Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Hedders form a prelude

I don't know what "hedders form a prelude" means, but judging from the picture, it must be hillbilly-speak for "prosthetic udder."

7 comments:

Stephen said...

I see armor for an octopus.

Jenny said...

What. The. Fuuuuuuu ....

Seriously. I am going to have nightmares about that thing!

Lara said...

OK--this one REALLY made me scratch my head, so I googled it and was embarrassed to see it comes from my hometown craigslist. I showed it to my husband and he says it's a car part, possibly a exhaust manifold. I think the headline is supposed to read "headers from a (honda) prelude."

TK said...

Duh. "Hedders Form a Prelude" is a Guided by Voices song. This is obviously a scuplture done in tribute to the song.

Anonymous said...

http://philadelphia.craigslist.org/zip/992891421.html

Ahahha ... ahaha ... aha ... haahh.

Wait, you're serious?

Frank said...

udders form a prelude

Frank said...

armor for an octopus is my new jam band name.