Good God Judy! Why is it that my mind is in the gutter looking at two knotted pieces of rope?Ok.......here's my answerprimitive pasties for sailors in drag.
haha I like the answer above, but my thinking is that they could both be part of a single, very rustic-style doorknob. OR... the one on the left is an elephant and the one on the right? If you Google (image) "extraordinary chickens" ... that's what that might be! hahah
two pieces of rope, one more fancy than the other
Soap rope with no soap? Nope.
I would try to guess, but blogger does not open up half of the pictures for me....oowww, that makes me so mad!!!!!So, I will guess....a dog?
Props for a sexual education class...LMAO
It's such a relief to know that I'm not the only one thinking what I'm thinking about those ropes.
Only idea comes to mind...Signs for Male and female loo doors!
Oh My...You DO NOT want to know what I am thinking.I am ashamed of myself...As if it were THAT easy!;)
It's a frayed knot.
Grannymar, you were the first one to say it - although I think that others thought it!! It is signage for men's and ladies bathrooms!!See all of you later in the week.
I had also guessed correctly...but of course, just had time to read this today! Oh well. Still an odd thing on a bathroom door.
I would never have come up with the right answer.EVER.;)
It isn't what I think it is, is it?
I am so glad I read the comments!This is hilarious!!Enjoy your time off.:)
I think it's a really weary elephant....A picture of his tired trunk on left side and the right side is his fanny & tail.
Shucks, I got here too late. I was thinking it was someone's Locks of Love donation gone wrong.Oh, and thanks for the wonderful time last weekend - dinner at our place nextime!
a frayed knot/afraid not
I had knot a clue.
These are Rope Sculptures that are 'Works Of Art', hsnging in a Gallery....Very imaginative--(If I am right...lol)
LOL, LOL...I just read the comments...! Very clever "signs"....!
Uhhhh uhhhh....what I thought what Dana thought
They look like pulls on a window shade. ?
I thought it was modern "art".
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