what a stitch! The painting such a disconnect from the sentiment
Moi, may I use ya comment window?TROLL!!! Hep me--cain't leave a comment under yore bridge cause the required comment sign in don't "see" me. I'se havin' BIG blogger troubles--but left mah Haiku entry on the Front Porch.(Thanks, Moi)
I like the sentiment. So does Master Basho's ghost.Aunty,I'll check it out and you'll remain eligible for the Badge-Of-Great-Honor even if you can't post.
tequila it rulesblissful family jewels head dont hurt eithergood one moi! and, so true. so true.
Aunty: It's one of my favorite works of art, and one of the earliest visual commentaries on marriage as an emotional as well as financial bond.Troll: Master Basho's ghost must be married.K9: Hah! Or (with apologies to Joan Osborne):we've been together so long, I hope it wasn'tjust the anejo
Oh why oh why did no one tell me of this Cuervo cure three decades back? I may have missed a lot of bliss.
if I only knew how to write a haiku. I would devote it entirely to vodka.
Fishy: It's never too late to start. Wait a minute. You've been with Blowfish for 30 years? Better start now.Boxer: Or coffee. Aunty's haiku reminded me of that hallucinogenic stuff you made at Blogger Summit '10. When we got so woozy in the car? That was some mighty head trippy stuff.
Good afternoon Moi,Humor and ignore are the big ones, the Cuervo just helps you get there.
Karl: And stay there. Shiny objects help, too.
I won't tell you about the Mrs and Cuervo. I like how van Eyck the painted the couples reflection in the mirror. I'm sure there's so deep meaning too - I just think it's cool.
Buzz: And Toto, too.
Oh yes, I imported the fabulous "Pegasus" to the Blue Ridge Mountains. I call it "Mother's Milk".
Boxer: And I call it, "Crack Cocaine."
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