Redefining misanthropy for a fresh generation. Standard posts begin with a definition from Ambrose Bierce's The Devil's Dictionary followed by a modern adjustment. Miscellany on Wednesday and storytelling on Saturday.
You've got some cheek, mister!The baroness is a cow. The nerve!If you were British, I'd have you hanged, drawn and quartered by now!
I am not following my own plan. I haven't anything but comments this morning. Oh, that is writing though, right? Yes, I'm a very deluded person.I'm off to read your story.
I think the cow was udderly justified.
No cow-ardice there. She's a brave one and angry! Hell hath no fury like a cow scorned!Sailing sailing over the bounding main! Love your dialogue by the way.
He could have named her Lady Camoolot. This is wonderful cowmedy. When you do the voice version you might play cowntry moosic in the background. Moo'velous tale.
BTW, I have to ask: Have you gotten a life or sumtin? You don't have time for us anymore.
TLP is in rare form, and so are you.
LOL TLP!!! "Have you gotten a life or sumtin? You don't have time for us anymore." is a real classic in the online world.
Minka, all of me has been halved into three quarters.Nessa, cows lead to puns more often than calves or milk.Thanks, G.TLP, I'm trying to gut out burnout until a second wind.Sis, did you feed her extra?Ariel is there fear that I will leave the colony and be run over by a horseless carriage, you think?
Cowabunga Dude! This morning we had just skim milk, but now with the voice version we have half 'n half.You don't sound burned out.You've earned yourself a moo-tini. I'm buyin'. And I'm a big tipper too. Cow tippin's big fun.
Doug, I admit I didn't find TLP's words funny in regard with you but in general. At least it sounded hilarious to me. :-)Aw, what's happened to the horses?
Do you need cyber CPR?
All hail the new baroness! I can't really think right now, cuz Icy's wearing those fabulous shades.
wow Icy! Hey, you sure listen to your blogger-mama, aren't you young man. I believe I detected country music in the recording, and if I am not absolutely mistaken, it was Merle Haggard's "The way I am". ???
TLP, Cow-tippin is a good time.Ariel, the horses? The ones the King of kings didn't bring?Icy, a Saturday off maybe.She looks cool, doesn't she, Actonbell.Good ear, Minka! Right you are.
Icy believes the future's so bright, she needs shades. Cool Icy. xoxo
I'm happy to have laughed for the first time today.Do I know that cow?
We used to run through the cow pastures bare foot so we could squish the patties between our toes. Fresh was best.
Nessa, that's so funny. We used to love to play in mud but made faces at any forms of the faeces. If I'd been a child with you, I would have thought you were so courageous for running through cow pastures, fresh even!
Ariel: I have always been the adventurer of mess.
in my (humble) opinion, the cow makes as great a case for vegetarianism as this story does for bachelorhood. just sayin'... by the time your royal couple say their "I do's" to each other, they'll be too old to "do" anything else! ; )
Mireille, Icy's so cool M&Ms melt in her hands not her mouth.Cooper, it wouldn't surprise me.Nessa, coffee?Ariel, this is why America leads the world.Neva, there are two things you are never to old for. One is perseveration.
TLP's comments cracked me up!!The cow is most certainly the star in this week's episode.
JD, Cow's and TLP are stars whenever they show up..
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