Tolerance, good temper and sympathy — they are what matter really, and if the human race is not to collapse they must come to the front before long.
- E. M. Forster
I thought it was riding my bike past a nice-looking house in the summer and, instead of checking out the yard or driveway for chicks sunbathing or washing cars, checking out the landscaping and thinking "Hmmm, looks good, I think I could do that at my place..."
Ouch!How sharper than a serpent's tooth!But... You're right.I guess I should look at the bright side.200 spandex-clad honeys a-bouncin' and a-jigglin'...But then, spandex is a privilege, not a right, and some of the girls hadn't earned that privilege yet...There I go again, looking a gift hor e in the mouth. I guess I AM a bitter old man...TBG(oh, here's that "s" I misplaced above.)
TBG, you made me laugh twice today ... ;-)
I almost spit my beer into my keyboard when I hit the end of that link BP.You guys crack me up.
Meh. I've already done it - saw a teenaged girl walking down our street and my first thought was "Hey, she looks old enough to babysit!"
Hyuk! I knew I was getting *aherm* older when I thought the Oliver Reed in Gladiator was actually way hotter than Russell Crowe. Wow. When did THAT happen?
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