You could say this was appropriated, borrowed, or usurped, but it was actually stolen from Monty, who stole it from Poopie, who stole it from who knows whom?
If you read this, if your eyes are passing over this right now, please post a comment with a completely made-up and fictional memory of you and me. It can be anything you want-good or bad-but it has to be fake.
....Then copy the paragraph above on your own blog.
Truth be told, I was a little hesitant to follow her request and apprehensive about the results. However, she was a trooper, as was Poopie, for doing this. After all, I did post a comment about a fictional (fictional?) memory of Monty and me, so I guess in all fairness, it was only right that I followed through.
As for the picture above, it wasn't really that cold this morning. It was 7 above, so I guess it was just frigging cold! All I can say is, "Thank God I'm not a Brass Monkey!"
While on the subject of the appropriating, the pic here was "borrowed" from the recent post of Miss Cellania. It was just to funny for me to ignore the temptation of posting it here. Do you say "Thank You" for lifting pics from one's site? Or do you flash some tongue and say, "Nyah-nyah?"
Hmm ... Should I? Or shouldn't I hang some mistletoe from my belt buckle? Should I, or shouldn't I delete the previous interrogative?
I'm not saying it was cold this morning, but my tongue stuck to the hot cup of coffee I was drinking!!!
Joke Time: A man in the first class section of a plane is seated beside and elderly woman. The woman suddenly sneezed, took out a tissue and gently wiped her nose. The man was about to say "God Bless You" when the woman began to shudder violently for 10-15 seconds.
....Satisfied that the woman was okay, he turned back to the magazine he had been reading. The woman suddenly sneezed again. Again, after wiping her nose, she went into a fit of the same convulsions as before. The man's curiosity was starting to get the better of him, but once again he said nothing and returned to the magazine article.
....The woman sneezed several times more followed by the same violent shuddering. After the last bout, he could not help but to turn to the lady. "Are you all right, Madam? Every time you sneeze you start to shake all over."
...."I'm sorry if I am disturbing you," she replied. "I have a rare medical condition. Every time I sneeze, I have an orgasm."
....Although he was embarrassed, he was even more intrigued. "I've never heard of that before. What are you taking for it?"
....She looked at the man and said, "Pepper."