#ThursdayDoors — They Speak


“I am a door, but only in the event of an emergency.”


“Remember when I was a door?”

“Nope, but maybe this gal does, cause she may have been a window once.”


“I’m just a gate, don’t ask me.”


#ThursdayDoors is part of an inspired post series run by Norm Frampton. To see other doors of interest, or to share your own, click the link and find the frog.

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40 Responses to #ThursdayDoors — They Speak

  1. bikerchick57 says:

    I guess I’ll never ask a gate for its opinion. Very nice play with doors and the written word, Joey.

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  2. Very entertaining :). Where are these? One looks like Chicago

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  3. Ally Bean says:

    Doors that are blocked kind of freak me out. Seems almost sinister, but not quite. Great photos.

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  4. Great arched stone doorway, and window. I love the flowers by the gate they frame it nicely.
    Fun post speaking for the doors, and window. You made me smile all through the reading of it. 🙂

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  5. loisajay says:

    You are so clever! I like this.

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  6. Brilliant twist on the theme.

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  7. Benson says:

    Clever. Nice post.

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  8. Such a funny post. “I am a door, but only in emergencies.” I love it.

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  9. Ha ha…love the captions !

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  10. Dan Antion says:

    I love the arched-not-door that used to be a door. Nice approach to Thursday Doors 🙂

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  11. Norm 2.0 says:

    Well that was fun. Thanks for the chuckles. I mean gates, really…pfft. What do they know?

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  12. Oh that’s clever. Love it, Joey!

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  13. Love this one. 🙂 Many, many homeowners up here in New England choose to not use their front door so they will have a plant or an outdoor decoration at the top of the steps so you don’t mistakenly attempt to use that door. The other day I actually saw one where they had put a fence across. I did have to laugh at that one.

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    • joey says:

      I’da been amused, too.
      We know some people who blocked off their front door inside, but no evidence of it from outside, and that’s how they know who’s come to call.
      Whereas I will FREAK OUT if someone comes to my side door.

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  14. Perfect captions! I always wonder what happened for a door or window to lose their place. That specific door space had some beautiful architecture surrounding it. I’m sure a lovely door once filled its space. 🙂

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  15. Hehe, excellent dramatising, and lovely door-gates too. 🙂

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  16. Really cool stuff this time.

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  17. prior.. says:

    oh this was wonderful….
    and it always puzzles me as to why certain doors and windows get covered – and curiously – the window here looks like it had original stone in there – like it was built that way… (like, sike….)

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  18. Joanne Sisco says:

    Nicely done! … and the photos are great too, especially the window-that-was 🙂


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