whoa, really? I bet she's just glowing with happiness. hahaha
Man, I bet you are a *royal* pain in the butt after thinking up a limerick that good. I bet it sounds even bigger converted to the metric system.
sounds a little inflated to me...haha.and breaking that suction seal can leave marks...
ummm...Yikes! and Ouch too!
hahahaRoyalty may begin to frownAs they continue from town to townFor you have made funWhich was so well doneThat they may want to stab you with their crown
Ha..ha... thanks for lightening up my day.Hey, I love that Royal Couple ~
Oh my...haha, absolutely splendid G-man. A naughty bit of fun.
Hmm she must be a happy princessThank you G man for your support of one stop - we are where we are because of supporters like you
12 inches, huh? Well, Enquiring Minds Want To Know... :)
Oh my, the secrets of William, unleashed...
one shot wednesday indeed....there's a double shot. got a towel?
LOL :D Lord of Limericks you are indeed, G-Man..!
Hmmm. So THAT'S what it is about princesses. All righty, then.:-)
Hey, G, they are British! That "12" is probably in centimeters. It's no big thing. ;-)
Of course he is, he is six feet plus!( My mind is not in the gutter...OM...)
Ah but I bet he doesn't use it as a rule. ;)
I knew there was a real reason we should have converted to the metric system forty years ago. Oh the bliss that could have been!!
I'm shocked! I think you can possibly be beheaded for that poem. ;-)
ahhhh the first one is tres mucho funny
Can't blame her for that smile then, can you!If I don't get back these ways again soon, it isn't cus I don't love you, but I am heading out to celebrate a long weekend EARLY! Happy dance
Wowzer...you like topped the meter of clever on this one..ruler! dang, that was fabulous! Second one was brilliant, too, but I think guys get a better kick out of that one, ha!
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