I Ran A Yanny/Laurel Experiment And You Won't Believe The Results!

06/16/201884 Comments

So I found a bunch of Yanny/Laurel-type audio illusions in the online dictionary. Who knew? Can you find any others? Leave your suggestions in the comments below!

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  1. Gaslight says:

    Yes, I found another James.

    I clicked the dictionary pronunciation for Karma and got; “popularity contest”

    …courtesy of Merriam-Webster-Corbett

  2. scpat says:


    Your bitterness towards the new Karma system makes me smile with glee. I love that you are getting what you deserve.

    • Gaslight says:

      Oh yes,

      I’m just devastated over the silly human endeavor to hand out kama here (yawn)

      Take care now Sunshine

      • scpat says:

        You keep bringing it up unprovoked, so your prior comments indicate you are pretty concerned about it. I can understand why someone with your agenda would be concerned. It means you won’t be noticed as much with your trolling. I don’t feel bad for you, bud. I am pretty entertained by your frustration though.

        • Gaslight says:


          The same silly gaming James complains about is now his format.

          …but somehow I’m the one getting what he deserves?

          lol!!!..think again shit-for-brains. James is now reaping his Karma due to his staggering hypocrisy in story after story.

          …off to bed with you now Pumpkin…’at a girl. Big Kiss~

        • I Shot Santa says:

          IF you don’t feed it, you can watch it shrivel up and die. I like to watch trolls starve while I eat an empanada. JimBob who learned a thing or two about socialism.

          • scpat says:

            I like your thinking Santa. That is what I plan to do actually from here on out. I feel satisfied now having called him on his shinanigans. My work here is done.

  3. The Last American Vagabond says:

    That was great James. One of my favorites!

    • Gaslight says:

      The last American Vagabond

      The man who exclaims; “morality is an entirely subjective thing”

      You may or may not understand the corrosive and dangerous rhetoric you purvey…but I do. Cut the new age nonsense.

      • zyxzevn says:

        This comment is out of context.
        Cut the witchhunting.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Say guy…
        Sometimes you can really be hyper-critical. It is strained criticalness. Very strained.

        When you point a finger, you might look at the three pointing back at you.

        There is a lot to be said about “balance”…
        …and there is a lot to be said about “If you don’t like how something is or what someone does, then start your own ‘something'” (i.e. take responsibility for bettering conditions).

        I am not going to get into a flame war with you.
        I like “The Last American Vagabond” and many others. I don’t like seeing them unjustly ridiculed.

      • VoiceOfArabi says:

        Hello Mr.Gaslight,

        HomeRemedySupply is giving you good brotherly advice, which I think many people on this community agree with, myself included.

        I know it is hard as i struggle with it myself, but the ago-old saying of “if you don’t have anything good to say, say nothing” works best majority of the times.

        (i am making this statement based on all the comments I read from you!)

  4. geof.h says:

    “Pension Fund” comes out “Pigeon Farm”…with a Jesse Jackson accent.

  5. ktrammel says:

    Excellent satire James. Got a good chuckle out of this one.

    • phonicphotonic says:

      Thanks for the clarification. As I went to “Dictionary,com” and tried the experiment myself. All the words were as they should be.
      Satire similar to “thejuicemedia”. For a second there I thought Maybe this is a Hack/Meme only in the Northern Hemisphere? Phfhew. (deep chuckle)

  6. raymondkitchen says:

    I found “health” is pronounced “sterilization”. It also sounded like “carcinogen” but that’s just what I might of heard. Good for a laugh James!

  7. wall says:

    Corbett, what do you think of this?



    Communism was about putting the guns (aka coercive power) and factories/farms (aka capital power) directly in the hands of the citizens?

    • Duck says:

      I read how the chinese communists used the police and other government folks when they took power. They then began to register and remove guns AND DOGS (which barked when the guys came to talk others away) since they wanted to be able to create the world exactly as they wanted it.
      As far as I can see communism was against the individual being treated as a being with person desires and choices and all about the corperate body of the working class and their needs AS DIRECTED by THE MIDDLE CLASS folks who were the movers of the partyy in all the cases that I’ve read about)
      In Nietzschen terms communism is IN PRACTICE about the weaker members of the ruling class using the slave class as their ‘army of the undead’ (lol, sorry someone told me they did that in the walking dead) to over throw the stronger ruling class

      • Gaslight says:

        Communism is funded by one the ruling class to overthrow another.
        It hijacks the working class to do so, and is the ultimate goal of today’s elite, .i.e.; a one world, socialist, totalitarian governance.

        Study the Wall Street funding of Trotsky, Marx, and the Bolshevik revolution.

    • Gaslight says:


      Be sure to take note upon your return of what “scpat” is saying about you here.

      You’ll want to take some sort of action with Corbett admin if you want your individuality cleared due to the actions of this paranoid lunatic

    • wall says:

      Also, Corbett, what do you think of this?


      These 3 articles are striking and interesting. I would just like to know your opinion.

  8. wall says:

    And why do you now have a Karma system? Are you socially engineering us?

    • Gaslight says:

      Allow me to explain wall,

      I’ve only been here a few weeks and the board seems to think the new karma system’s been implemented to keep any criticism I offer at the bottom of the thread, i.e. praise your way to the top. I’m quite sure they’re correct, but they’re conversely wrong if they believe it upsets me in the least. Mr. Corbett may want to refer to his own material and understand the staggering hypocrisy here with his new format.

      I’ve also pointed out (and sourced) the danger of marijuana to the mind and body including it’s fertility lowering properties (Web MD and many other sources). James C. then discontinued the regular, weekly (New World Next Week) promotion of pot. The Pilato-ites are reeling over this.
      Is it my fault for pointing out the obvious? Of course not. Corbett’s fault for taking my cue and putting a stop to it? Of course not. Facts cannot be escaped.

      It’s the Pilao-ites fault for letting pot define them to the point where loss of the weekly promotions upset them.

      Anyone who thinks wide-spread use the world’s most popular recreational drug is beneficial to the culled/dulled masses does not (or should not) have children.

      So without further delay;. All aboard the dopamine train folks! The Corbett report is not on facebook…it is facebook.

      • UKJC says:


        I’ve been here for some time (years) and have no karma score, whatever that is?

        I’ve no idea what it might be – perhaps it is templated into the latest blogsite code?

        I’m pretty certain none of the many regulars here care about it – I don’t – should I?

        • Gaslight says:

          Hey there UK,

          I’m just observing, only you can answer your question. Let’s take (for example) the lunatic directly above us here by the moniker “scpat”. He’s suddenly convinced that “wall” and I are one in the same. I suppose he’ll need to go ahead and accuse the same of your account as well.

          Unfortunately “scpat’s” mentality is indicative of many here.

          • scpat says:

            I don’t know for sure, but it seems very likely that “Wall” and “Gaslight” are the same person with the intent of trolling, or causing division and disruption here.
            1. They both started commenting on the Corbett Report around the same time
            2. They both came out swinging, with outrageous comments that are aimed to provoke (“wall” with “cover parkland!!” for no apparent reason, and now “Gaslight” with provocation after provocation) which from my observation is very unusual in this comment section.
            3. A couple comments ago “Wall” lobs a softball comment up for “Gaslight” to answer with more nasty and unconstructive things.
            4. The Corbett Report website has a very good track record, at least since I’ve been here, of thoughtful people with something positive to offer. Wall and Gaslight’s activity are very unusual and out-of-character to say the least.

            • Gaslight says:

              …time for your meds Sunshine

              • scpat says:

                Keep it up buddy. No one is buying your act.

              • Gaslight says:

                Dear luna-scpat,

                I’m sure “wall” will contact Corbett directly to regain the individual identity you’re trying relieve him of.

                I’m also quite sure he’ll have no problem whatsoever in doing so.

                You can then clear the egg from your face, re-up on your meds, and sleep your whole, wasted day off…

      • scpat says:

        Having a conversation with yourself Gaslight? On your other account called “Wall”? That’s a bit odd. Trolling game weak.

    • Duck says:

      I think he’s running a joke and is going to do a video on how the Karma system effects zero in the real world but how it effects posting behavior….as far as I can see it doesnt even hide your posts if your zero’d out.
      People will do weird stuff to be liked… or to be not liked. People are weird.

      • Gaslight says:

        I don’t believe he’s running a joke or study of any sort here Duck.

        That would make his audience the subjects, and that would never fly.

        Positive praise of James shall be elevated to the top of the page going forward.

        I agree with your position on those who rate things with these silly “like”/”don’t like” buttons. Especially here, where Corbett is operating under the pretence that humans can hand down natural law.

        • Duck says:

          dude, while I may not be the best person to say so… maybe you should just chill out a bit? Its his website… if he wants to do it why should I care? Why would you?
          Its a news site…not fakebook 🙂 I really doubt you or I or anyone else here will be sipping beers with anyone we might meet here any time soon.

  9. Stronghorse says:

    Government = Corporation

  10. LA Ed says:

    Hi James, I’m very confused. When I type in “PEACE” it comes out “PEPSI”. Is this a new sponsor. If YES then I will have to remove my measly monthly contribution of 2.67CAD. I can’t compete with PEACE…er I mean PEPSI. I don’t think I can trust your work any longer. The amount of SUGAR in so called “Soft Drinks” is killing more people world wide than any of the current political tyrants.
    You were such an inspiration to me. I will try to carry on without you.
    Thank you for your excellent work of the past.
    LA Ed

  11. zabigs says:

    I typed in Lion King looking for a Disney Image of a cartoon cat and it auto corrected to Lying King and had an image of Bibi

    I typed in Terrorist and it auto corrected to Zionist

  12. zabigs says:

    I typed in Terrorist and it auto corrected as Zionist

  13. Aphix says:

    Why does your shirt say “War” on it?

    • pearl says:

      Lol, that was hilarious.

      • manbearpig says:

        oh gosh. looks like I had an unwitting hand in detracting from the true sense of your comment.

        my witting apologies.

        on another note, it’s fun to type “lol” isn’t it?! lol!

        lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL!!

        Beats the xanax!

        • pearl says:

          You know, manbearpig, as soon as I “lol-ed”, I realized this entire post was lost on me since I have no idea what this Yanny thing is all about, and so missed completely its “excellent satire”.

          To top it off, I now have the giggles (thanks to you) and may qualify as the village idiot. 🙂 I’ll take that xanax, thank you!

          • manbearpig says:

            Well, frankly, not sure my loopy LOL hysteria is giggle-worthy, but it’s always nice to get one of your replies!

            For the gratuitous personal anecdote (that I’ll definately regret): my history with Xanax can be summed up by the following silly incident: Some 20 years ago or so, freaking out over an ultimately harmless but melodramatic jealous boyfriend event (involving a stage revolver nonetheless), I frantically dug up one of his Xanax and took half a pill. When suddenly it took effect, I was so afraid I was going to pass out I had to run to my ex-husband’s apartment where his young wife babysat me through metabolization…

            never touched the stuff again.
            And I don’t seem to have anymore jealous boyfriend events these days either…for some reason…maybe the peanut shells stuck in my beard…

            • pearl says:

              Scary! I love a good anecdote. Good thing you and your ex were on a friendly enough basis that you had that refuge. Very cool and rare.

              I’m actually a bit sensitive to drugs anyway. Anything heavier than aspirin/Advil/Tylenol, and I get this weird sensation in my legs during sleep, like they can’t stay still.

              You too with the peanut shells?! I hate it when that happens!

    • manbearpig says:

      woah! you see “War” written on that t-shirt???

      That’s scary…

      ’cause I see “escape” waving in the red white and blue…


  14. Tobacciana Maxima says:

    On the positive side:

    anarchy = freedom

    GMO labelling = freedom to choose

    Cigars = vitamins

  15. bladtheimpailer says:

    Well done. I think I’ll pass this one along to a number of children of the matrix I know and see what their reaction is.

    my auditory illusions…government = plutocracy
    politics = illusion
    global warming = illusion
    United Nations = illusion

  16. zapped says:

    Typed in “their” and received “there”. This seems odd.

  17. manbearpig says:

    Funny… I’d never heard of this “Yanny/Laurel thing”, (to my son’s incredulous dismay), I thought it was all just a big joke!

    So just to be absolutely sure I typed in “Blue Helmets” and holy connoli! I got “Mercenaries”! I tried “Eugenics” and I got “Environmental movement!” and I typed in “Youth programs” and I got “Pizzagate”!…

    I’m stunned. I mean, I use these pronounciation dictionaries all the time for my job… I can’t believe I’d never noticed this phenomenon… 😯

  18. wall says:

    Um, and the reason I keep bringing up Parkland is because it’s so obviously a false flag and it’s so obvious that Hogg is a fraud. Why hasn’t James picked it apart?

    This article shows at least 2 instances where David Hogg committed fraud. In one instance he admitted was at home and had to ride down to the school on his bicycle to get video of the event.

    In the second it’s shown that he recorded the video at 9:32am when the shooting happened at about 2pm. I don’t know how legit this site is, but the article points out some interesting and provable fraud that Hogg has committed.


    In these two you can see that there were more shots fired even after Cruz started blending in with other students to leave the building. This would have been the point at which, had he been the shooter, he would have already ditched the gun, so he couldn’t have fired anymore shots at this point. This basically proves that he was not the shooter since we all know there was only 1 shooter. No one can challenge that there was only 1 shooter since that’s the official narrative.

    “Is Nikolas Cruz innocent?”

    “Senior From Parkland, Florida High School Claims She Was With Nikolas Cruz During Tragic Shooting”

    In this video Cruz is called the nicest person.

    “‘He was probably one of the nicest people I’ve ever met in my life’”

  19. Octium says:

    I tried Laurel Canyon and got

    CIA Hippie Mind Control.

    • manbearpig says:

      Yea! I just confirmed your results!

      Then I tried ‘Alt media’ and got ‘Fake news’, the word “Intercept” got “Controlled opposition” and ‘Fourth Estate’ says ‘Operation Mockingbird’ of all things!! “Whistleblower” gets “Nurse Nayirah”!, “Lone nut” elicits “manchurian candidate” and “Palestinian Genocide” intones “Oded Yinon Plan”!!??

      Finally I typed “9/11” and they posted the following link!!!! :


      I’ve had to break out the Xanax…

      • candlelight says:

        Dear James,

        manbearpig, far and away one of your very brightest and intuitive subscribers, who happens to fiercely admire you as you may know, being quite witty and succinct, wrote the following in her post, above:

        “Whistleblower” gets “Nurse Nayirah”!

        Hopefully you won’t mind, but I’d like to share something which I communicated to you roughly two months ago – firstly with manbearpig, naturally, and then of course, with all others if they so wish:

        “Out of curiosity, I was interested to see the age difference between Sibel and Nayirah, the now infamous daughter of Saud Nasir al-Sabah, the former Kuwaiti ambassador. It’s a five year difference. Other than to satisfy my curiosity, it is of no significance. Although, Nayirah, a young Middle Eastern woman of high pedigree, coached to lie before an investigative committee on behalf of the Bush Sr. administration, was used as cover for a military invasion…. Now, it may be a stretch, I will grant you, have no doubt about that, but, however, do you see any parallels here?…. I do. In fact, I see Sibel as a five year older version, a much more well groomed, educated and sophisticated version, of the teary eyed, emotional Nayirah. I suppose we may laugh as we might, but the world is, indeed, rather odd, one cannot deny. And this might sound odd, too, but when I see Sibel, I cannot help but see Nayirah.”

        It’s unfortunate in my opinion, James – especially for yourself, as she was someone with whom you at times worked closely with – I no longer find it any stretch of the imagination that Sibel Edmonds, in reality, works in intelligence; that her entire story centered around her days in the FBI, e.g., co-workers being so-called spies (such claims were, by the way, never proven in all her hearings), together with the contents of the tapes she supposedly interpreted, is a complete fabrication crafted by those who drew the plans and executed 9/11. If she has any bragging rights, it is solely for that of being an excellent actress. And nothing else.

        Her PSYOP, and why she was so thoroughly rolled out before the general public via the MSM, soon after 9/11, was to cement in the public’s mind the idea that 9/11 was orchestrated by Muslim extremists, whose plans were overlooked by an inept Federal Bureau of Investigation.

        Hers was a script that was indeed complicated, involved and prolonged, and yet, it was a script that was flawless, and achieved its desired results.

        Anyway, I’d like to thank manbearpig for her insight, because like many other things, she happens to be right on this one, too.

        James, I wish you a very, very pleasant Happy Father’s Day, albeit, belatedly. Residing as you are in your neck of the woods, I believe I’m either a day late, or more than likely, you’re a day early. 🙂


  20. mik says:

    Some result I got:

    Freedom ——-> Human Rights

    Equality ——> Opportunity

    Technocracy —> Sustainability

    Mutualism —–> Socialism

    Weird results were coming out. I had to verify.
    How to verify?…. Yes…

    Socialism —–> Tyranny

    That is beyond weird.
    Well, it’s just post-truth world.

    • manbearpig says:

      a perfect and timely post-truth meme indeed…

      Yanny/Laurel = blurring people’s hold on reality/fiction truth/illusion objectivity/subjectivity…



      Futures made of virtual insanity, now
      Always seem to be governed by this love we have
      For useless, twisting, all that new technology
      Oh, now there is no sound, for we all live underground
      And I’m thinking what a mess
      we’re in
      Hard to know where to begin
      If I could slip the sickly ties that earthly man has made
      And now every mother can choose the color
      Of her child
      That’s not Nature’s way
      Well, that’s what they said, yesterday
      There’s nothing left to do, but pray
      I think it’s time to find a new religion
      Whoa, it’s so insane!
      To synthesize another strain
      There’s something in these futures
      That we have to be told

      Futures made of virtual insanity, now
      Always seem to be governed by this love we have
      For useless, twisting, all that new technology
      Oh, now there is no sound, for we all live underground
      Now there is no sound

      If we all live underground
      And now it’s virtual insanity
      Forget your virtual reality
      Oh, there’s nothing so bad
      Nothing so bad, happy man
      Oh, yeah
      I know, yeah
      (Take it to the dance floor)
      I know I can’t know of

      Of this virtual insanity we’re living in
      Has got to change
      Will never be the same
      And I can’t go on
      Where we’re living in
      Oh, virtual insanity
      Oh, this world
      Has got to change
      ‘Cause I just
      I just can’t keep going on in this virtual
      Virtual insanity
      That we’re living in
      That we’re living in
      And that virtual insanity is what we have
      Futures made of virtual insanity, now
      Always seem to be governed by this love we have

      For useless, twisting, all that new technology
      Oh, now there is no sound, for we all live underground
      And I’m thinking what a mess we’re in
      Hard to know where to begin
      If I could slip the sickly ties that earthly man has made
      And now every mother can choose the color
      Of her child
      That’s not Nature’s way

      Well, that’s what they said, yesterday
      There’s nothing left to do, but pray
      I think it’s time to find a new religion
      Whoa, it’s so insane!
      To synthesize another strain
      There’s something in these futures
      That we have to be told

  21. Octium says:

    I tried “Greenhouse effect” and it gave me “Global Warming”
    Then tried “Global Warming” and it gave me “Climate Change”
    Then I tried “Climate Change” and it gave me “Pay up you peasant slave!”

  22. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I’m all grins. Very clever. And the shirt was a nice topper.

  23. mkey says:

    James, your home page link to this article is incorrect, it’s missing the “and” part.

  24. pcwise555 says:

    Doctor got me serial killer…

  25. pcwise555 says:

    Stock Market got me Three Card Monte…

    • manbearpig says:

      Reminds me of a TED talk with Dan Ariely: “Are we in control of our decisions” where he proves that our most sollicited sense, vision, is easily tricked so what are the implications for our “weaker” senses and perceptions such as cognitive ones…

      I’m curious as to what sort of tools and crutches he recommends to compensate for our “cognitive illusions”…

      • zyxzevn says:

        This video on “How much Free Will do we have?”:

        “Selective Attention Test”

        This latter explains why many people can not see the demolition of the twin towers and building 7. Their attention is directed towards the plane impacts. Even traumatized by the media’s reporting of it.
        We never get to see the full collapse of the towers in the media, unless you go study it. I never saw it before.
        This means that most people can not see that 911 is a clear false flag.

        And then we still have the fear and terror that keeps us from thinking clear on the subject. This combines with strong cognitive dissonance where our subconsciousness tries to tell us that we should not consider the truth, as it scares us.

        This trick is straight from the book of war propaganda.

        • Duck says:

          I am pretty sure that most people know the attacks were AT THE LEAST fore-known.
          Its not that people dont ‘know’ or see the evidence its that their minds are pushing the knowledge out because if its true the pain would be too much
          They would need to
          A)utterly rework their model of ow the world works
          B) Loose the fragile sense of safety constructed by their image of the world
          People KNOW that the government and monied interests often do all kind of bad things. You can show them clear evidence and they will erase it as quick as they can unless it fits in a world view they like.

        • manbearpig says:

          Interesting links zyxzevn! Thanks a lot!… At least now I know why my diet’s a failure…But truly, seriously, truly interesting, and others connected…8-) gotta hit the hay now…tomorrow morning…peanutbutter and jelly…zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz now I know why I associated Nurse Nahirah with whistleblowers….zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          I recently got the book by Melissa Gallico which talks about Fluoride (and acne and a host of other topics).

          She repeatedly mentions that “Selective Attention Test”.

  26. Fawlty Towers says:

    And of course we mustn’t forget the age old aural disparities between
    parents and children. Parent: “No!” = Child: “Yes!” 🙂

  27. Tale says:

    potable water –> poisoned water
    good to eat bad to eat
    freedom ready to buy sth you dont need
    earth to grow contaminated zone
    “religion” enslavement
    creativity/ideas industrial usability
    food science more products to sell
    “organic” food sell the product even more expensive with nice picture/certificate
    live for rent gimme your ../.. money
    democratic socialist “nazi”
    farmer land baron (in service of state and/or pharmaceutical industry

  28. manbearpig says:

    History 101 in the Post-Truth world:

    Leo: C’mon, we gotta finish this oral report!

    Liam: Woah, guys, it’s your turn, I did all the work last time!…

    Lea: Awright! awright! Ok Siri! ummmmmmm How many towers fell in New York City on September 11th, 2001?

    Siri: Twoo…twoo…

    Lea: So, what did you hear?

    Liam: I heard two.

    Lea: And you?

    Leo: I heard three.

    Lea: I heard zero.

    Leo: Ok, sooo… what d’we say?

    Lea: Well, two of course!!

    Leo: Why do we say two?

    Liam: Yea? What else? We say two!

    Leo: But I heard three, and you heard zero…?

    Lea: C’mon Leo! We’ve gone over this a thousand times! It’s ’cause your ears are older than ours, you know that!!

    Leo: Yea, by a month and a half. Last semester when we did that kindle report about the Holocaust Siri said 12 million transgenders died…

    Lea: No she said 20 million,

    Liam: Yea, she said 20 million…

    Leo: Ok!? So why didn’t we say 20 million??

    Lea: Like! Oh my Gawwwd! you don’t remember??? Because YOU insisted that it wasn’t fair we always take Liam’s numbers!! And anyhow we got an A+ so what’re you complaining about??? Just trust me!

    Leo: Ok! Yea! I trust you! I just thought…

    Lea: Like OH! MY! GAWD! Look! I can’t believe it!! I was accepted at Harvard!!

    Siri: Congratulations Lea…Congratulations…

    Lea: Thanks Siri! Thanks so much!! OH MY GAWWWDD!!

    Liam: I TOLD YOU to wear that Black and Blue dress to the interview! Was I right or what!?

    Lea: Well, actually I wore the white and gold dress but who cares! I’m in!

    Leo: No you didn’t! You wore a red and orange dress!

    Lea: pfffff…Ok Siri!! What colour was my dress at the Harvard admissions interview??

    Siri: 20 million…20 million…

    Lea: You see!!??

    Liam: Yup! white and gold…

    Leo: Ok, ok…my bad…white and gold… I hate oral reports…

    Lea: Yea, history’s a drag! But at least we finished…I can’t believe I was accepted!!!!!! I gotta call Laurel!!! C’moooon! Answeeer!! Hello, Yanny?!!

    • pearl says:

      This is hilarious! There oughta be a prize, or at least voted up to god-like karma (I’m not worthy!).

      • manbearpig says:


        Sorry to just echo what you must hear every single day 32 zillion times a day but;

        You’re a Pearl.


        • pearl says:

          Actually, you’re the first! But it means all the more to me, thank you!

          Just for fun, here’s a side note about my pseudonym: I chose it because of the image I fell in love with when I first saw it about 10 years ago (and later got permission to use as my gravatar which I used for several years, off and on). It’s a photograph of a white spring lamb leaping in the air whose name I decided had to be “Pearl”. For my online presence (which I try not to take very seriously), it was the perfect fit because the bouncing bundle was playful, curious, and yes, immature:


          • manbearpig says:

            I didn’t know such beautiful bouncing bundles really existed…

            That photographer has some very moving shots and humorous framing…

            My gravatar is also a self-portrait that I took on vacation with my son some years ago in Gibraltar. I’m generally not that photogenic, especially with selfies but I was lucky that day…

            Serendipity as Mr Peters explains…

  29. NES says:

    Very funny! Good laugh.

  30. generalbottlewasher says:

    James, when will the peace occur in this year of the dog?

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