Meat Helmets and Lazy Chestnuts

austin powers

Can therapy save this family ? Austin Powers. International Man of Mystery.

Once in a while, it’s just about hitting “Pause” and having a laugh. This was sent to me today.  From a monologue in group therapy, this is Mike Myers as the troubled Dr. Evil; a “typical” childhood.

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2 Responses to Meat Helmets and Lazy Chestnuts

  1. Maria says:

    Love it! Thank you for sharing, made me smile 😊

    • You are so welcome. I’ve found so much “weight” in the way we all write. It’s important to me to have some levity. Glad for your smile…it’s good for our spirit, and… those facial muscles ! ☺

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