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deadcarp    Posted 01-26-2005 at 21:07:47       [Reply]  [No Email]
well i figure there are big joys in life and small ones. and one of my helper gals tells me - if it works and makes you smile, that makes both of us happy. well what kinda tightwad should i be anyway? boy i sure don't need much encouragement at times!

oh i get depressed too and impatient and outright unfit but i got a ticklish stretch along my ribs on one side, you know how dogs kick their leg when ya scratch them? well now i understand that - suzn gets to scratchin just right sometimes & i give her 1/2 hour to knock that stuff off - she laughs & sez i'm too easy - i just thank god for the small joys. don't bother with egg in my beer i tell ya, sometimes they treat me like downright royalty. :)

Alias    Posted 01-27-2005 at 02:53:40       [Reply]  [No Email]
Deadcarp, Have you ever heard that old expression, "Scratch my belly and I'll follow you anywhere"? Well sir, that pretty much sums up how I feel about physical contact. That gal can do things with her hands that cause old men to lay back and take it like lazy dog.

Which reminds me of the tale about the slow talking hillbilly boy who was sitting with his girlfriend on the porch swing. Seems her daddy's ole hound dog was laying out in the yard ascratching his back. And the boy said, in a typical slow drawl " I s u r e w i s h I h a d s o m e b o d y to d o t h a t
f o r m e.

But, by the time he finished his statement, the dog had quit scratching and had started licking his test ticles.

Oh much for country love......gfp

Darryl - MO    Posted 01-26-2005 at 22:44:43       [Reply]  [No Email]
<< i tell ya, sometimes they treat me like downright royalty. :) >>

I'm not Alias and I don't play him on TV but hey DC, you've had some tough times and I'd say you deserve a little 'royal' treatment once in a while. Go ahead and let 'em spoil 'ya a little. Keep up the fight and keep improving.


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