Mystery Photo #66

I’m starting to get the impression that my loyal followers are developing a love/hate relationship with the weekly mystery photo game :).  Everybody rushes to my Friday blog to see if they can identify the photo but are often left discouraged when they guess incorrectly or just have no idea whatsoever.

That’s the fun of it though isn’t it?  If I made it really easy each week, everyone would get bored for sure.  I am noticing though that we have had some new winners lately, and that should give everyone hope!  Just remember, one of these days it could be you who looks at the mystery photo and recognizes it right off the bat.  I have confidence in all of my blogging friends, and I really want you to keep trying because you guys make my Fridays awesome.  I am usually found laughing out loud at my desk on Fridays when I should actually be working LOL.  Keep up the great work!

So, it’s time – give it your best shot!  Ok, ready, set, go………..

Mystery Photo #66

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75 Responses to Mystery Photo #66

  1. This looks like that particular kind of plastic unique to cooler boxes juicers and the like so I’m going to go with it being the drainage plug on a colmans cool box ice box or whatever it’s called in your locale

  2. TBM says:

    Um, do you mean besides the screw at the top?

  3. TBM says:

    Um, I do believe I got it right. You didn’t say the whole thing. Screw. It’s a screw! Victory is mine!

  4. Mr Bunny could be onto something but I think it is the back fastener for Ms. Looney’s straight jacket (not sure that is how your spell it — is it strait as in the Straits of Magellan) as they have finally come and taken her away for providing such obtuse mystery photos–and, they will take away her chocolate forever.
    If it is the flipper thing to a cooler, it is from the one she keeps by her bedside filled with beer while she only lets her husband have virgin caesars.

    • Yes, I actually post from the insane asylum on the few occasions where they untie my arms LOL!! And stop talking about chocolate please because I’m on a diet and haven’t had chocolate in days :(. I’m going into withdrawal!!!!!! Love your cooler comment at the end there by the way – I’m going to wake up my son I’m laughing so hard!!

  5. Jeff Sinon says:

    My excuse is that I look at it on my iPhone, then want to get a better look on my computer at home, then I forget to… what was I just saying? 😛

    I’m thinking it’s the wall outlet for a central vacuum system like some hotels, motels have.

  6. Grrr, I still like the drainage idea but how about a cover for an electrical socket

  7. roythoman says:

    I suppose we were taking the loonybin thing literally. 😀 Please get this woman some chocolate! We will all be in the loonybin. I know what it is but I don’t want to end the game, so I’m not going to say. 🙂

  8. The top of the central vac receptical on the wall?

  9. beckyday6 says:

    Eeesh I’m a bit stumped!
    It almost looks like a plastic-ey thing that pulls down as if you were going to put like a cup on it or something. Kind of like you get on trains and planes to put stuff on but I don’t know what you would call that and I doubt it’s right lol!

    Ok, ok my last guess – is it the entrance to Narnia..? LOL. 🙂

    Can’t wait to see what the answer is to this one!

  10. yourothermotherhere says:

    Yep, that’s what it is – the top of a central vacuum receptacle.

  11. your brother here! the best and always right! says:

    Its a central vacuum cover/receptacle!

  12. the central vac thing could be it–but I think it is the hatch to a UFO that our own Ms. Looney is about to take to space tonight and come back with chocolate on her face

  13. now be nice to TBM and tell her she is right whether she is or not

  14. J. G. Burdette says:

    It looks like a plastic garden hose “caddy” to me.

  15. Phil Lanoue says:

    I can’t believe no one said screw yet. 😉
    Not sure what it is. 😕

    • I just laughed sooooo hard reading your comment. Actually, if you look right up at the top, TBM guessed screw first thing this morning, and I called her a smart ass. So, now I have two smart asses in the crowd??? LOL!!

  16. benzeknees says:

    This is the outlet where you plug in the hose for a central vacuum system. I love Mystery Photo so please don’t stop doing it! I rarely get it right but I enjoy the heck out of trying to figure it out!

  17. benzeknees says:

    BTW, I never look at the other answers until I have posted mine (unless I’m stumped & then I admit I don’t know).

  18. okay it is Friday afternoon and none of us want to be reminded of a vacuum cleaner outlet–I say we all put on our snowshoes and make for the nearest pub and toast our leader Ms. Looneytunes for giving us all so much fun on a wintry day (I will probably just go out to the fridge and pour a glass of wine as my snowshoes are getting fixed)

  19. says:

    all of you are just plain screwed up…lol

  20. Screw this I’m drinking wine, I’ve no idea what a central vacuum is but that now seems to be the general consensus

  21. Ok, the results are in. First place goes to Jeff Sinon who was the first to submit the correct answer. Yayyyyy Jeff! It is the wall outlet for a central vac. Also guessing correctly were Edith Levy, yourothermotherhere, benzeknees, and my goofy big brother, Jim. Great job everyone and for the ones who didn’t get it right, thanks for keeping me laughing all day long :).

    Now, for Mr. Bunny Chow, who doesn’t know what a central vac is, here is the Wikipedia definition:

    “A central vacuum cleaner (also known as built-in or ducted) is a type of vacuum cleaner appliance, installed into a building as a semi-permanent fixture. Central vacuum systems are designed to remove dirt and debris from homes and buildings, sending dirt particles through tubing installed inside the walls to a collection container in a remote utility space. The power unit is permanent and is typically installed in a basement, garage or storage room, along with the collection container. Inlets are installed in walls throughout the building that attach to power hoses and other central vacuum accessories to remove dust, particles, and small debris from interior rooms. Most power hoses typically have a power switch located on the handle.”

    There you go, Bunny. I hope you enjoyed your lesson for the day :).

  22. Hey, I guessed it too! maybe after a little consultation – but I verified that that was what it was–don’t you love me anymore Ms. Looney?

  23. I love you too-despite the fact that you will never let me win. I want another giant lego!

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