Discussion in 'Lounge' started by Snoopy, Jun 24, 2008.
For you Poh, I would vote "neverending."
I love that song. My da used to sing it to me as a lullaby. Ah, memories...
"What's he got a tea cozy on his head for?!?!"
Carrots were originally purple.
And without further adeu....... Your name is flamingos right?
They wuv eachother!!!!!!!!!!!! WEEEEEEEEEEEE!
I stopped the thread! I win!
I win, I win, nya nya nya nyanya nya!
Lol< you lose, morty
I am the winner!
Corn knows... Corn hears all...
A train fell off the track. I guess it derailed.
I got mad about it at first, yelling and screaming and hollering. But I got over it. I was railing, so I derailed.
But can you ever be rerailed? That is the real question...
And Why? Why will always be the question.
I'm siiingin' in the raain, just siiingin' in the rain. . .
You misspelled singin' . Its supposed to go "Singin' in da rane...joust singin' in da rane."
That's a common Mondegreen, but the real lyrics is "Singin' in Bahrain, joust singin' in Bahrain".
The rain, in Bahrian, falls mainly, in Spain.
Don't I know dat to be da trut....
Did you know that a 4 month old kitten can fit in a tote bag along with several school books, and still be able to be lifted?
Now, the difficulty with said experiment is that :kitty: might not like it, and attack the hand lifting.
Time to mix a batch of gorp.
It's October, and the :kitty:s are sporting their Breast Cancer Awareness harnesses (the toms' harnesses are trimmed in blue to raise awareness of the male victims. )
My apologies for the PSA.
I'm on a train headed for Reality, wherever that is! You want to come?
The ad on another thread read "get your asprin (sic) for horses here."
Am I sure I want to buy medication from someone who can't even spell?
When do the kittens wear appropriate reminder harnesses for testicular cancer awareness? That's the blue ribbon, you know...I wear both. I am always surprised at how few people are aware.
Let's see how the ad reader struggles with that for a bit...
Of course..."Meet exciting new singles in your area"...why should I have ever thought any different?
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