Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Where's Waldo?

Inspired by everyone's favorite red-and-white-striped, bespectacled missing person, Waldo.













7 comments:

emily said...

I love all of these!

Claudia said...

I the where's Wally theme ... excellant

Claudia said...

I love the where's Wally theme ... excellent

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Lasgirl said...

Xoxoxo! I <3 This! Thanks soo much!

Sunnyizzy said...

Yay! I love Where's Waldo <3

quang ba website said...

"Waldo, that random dude with the striped shirts and blue pants turned 21 this year, and to celebrate, the constantly misplaced one decided to attend a couple of fashion shows. I’m guessing they’re trying to make Waldo seem cool and hip cause he partied with walking venereal disease Lindsay Lohan and her shim “friend”.
While it’s great that Waldo is finally trying to fit in, it’s weird that for his relaunch he didn’t get a new look. The red and the blues need to go and those nerd glasses are officially over. Plus, why are they trying to market this dude to the fashion set?
If you really wanted to bring him back from the 80s, he really needed an updated look and possibly a blockbuster movie attached. I see Waldo as a Swiss spy who uses a special transporter to enter various periods in time in which he must collect secrets and remain incognito amongst crowds of thousands. Then at various periods of the movie you’d scan back and have the audience attempt to find Waldo. Oh, joy. That would be a movie I’d consider adding to my Netflix cue."

quang ba website said...

"Waldo, that random dude with the striped shirts and blue pants turned 21 this year, and to celebrate, the constantly misplaced one decided to attend a couple of fashion shows. I’m guessing they’re trying to make Waldo seem cool and hip cause he partied with walking venereal disease Lindsay Lohan and her shim “friend”.
While it’s great that Waldo is finally trying to fit in, it’s weird that for his relaunch he didn’t get a new look. The red and the blues need to go and those nerd glasses are officially over. Plus, why are they trying to market this dude to the fashion set?
If you really wanted to bring him back from the 80s, he really needed an updated look and possibly a blockbuster movie attached. I see Waldo as a Swiss spy who uses a special transporter to enter various periods in time in which he must collect secrets and remain incognito amongst crowds of thousands. Then at various periods of the movie you’d scan back and have the audience attempt to find Waldo. Oh, joy. That would be a movie I’d consider adding to my Netflix cue."