The end of a rainbow...
February 15, 2009

What's at the end of a rainbow? Is it a pot of gold? A leprechaun?

No, it's a black hatchback.

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EmP EmP - February 15, 2009 (06:51 AM)
Fool! The gold was in the boot!
wolfqueen001 wolfqueen001 - February 15, 2009 (09:25 AM)
I am confused. Haha.
honestgamer honestgamer - February 15, 2009 (09:24 PM)
Not by Emp's use of the word 'boot' to refer to what Americans would call the 'trunk,' I hope? You should be used to that by now, so I'll assume it's something else.

Anyway, it's neat to see an end of a rainbow like that. I'm always so far away from the base of one that it did feel somehow mystical.
Suskie Suskie - February 15, 2009 (09:38 PM)
I've never heard of that.
wolfqueen001 wolfqueen001 - February 15, 2009 (10:56 PM)
No, well, that definition actually never crossed my mind for whatever reason (he actually never used it around me, I don't think, but I have heard it elsewhere), so I actually did think the literal definition when reading that. In fact, I was actually more confused by Lewis' use of ther word "hatchback". However, the real source of the confusion was the fact that I didn't really see the car until just now (though I did see the one to the far left, but that's not where the rainbow is). Just looked like it hit the middle of the street. Or like it hit something else that didn't look like a car. =/

Is this pic real, though? Part of me thought this was some huge joke that I didn't get, so that's also why I was confused. If it's real, however, that really is cool. Like you never see the end of one. I didn't even think they actually touched ground.

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