Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Saint Patrick's Poetic Erotica


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  1. LMAO You are so awesome. And clever. George is a lucky man.

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    1. Aw, thank ye, JoJo. I'll tell him we must celebrate St. Pat's for the next week and well beyond.

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  2. Irish cream for two - priceless.
    Time to fess up Robyn. You wrote the lyrics for The Bloodhound Gang's song The Bad Touch, didn't you?

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    1. As soon as I comment, I'll be googling that one, Alex. I know I'll be laughing too.
      Thank you.

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    1. hahaha I love that you took it as a compliment. Happy St. Patty's Day to you too (as if I even had to go there). :)

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  4. A lucky, and licky Saint Pat's to all.
    Off for a cooling shower now. Perhaps two.

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    1. A licky and lucky shower for two to you too, EC. Oh, that's not what you meant. But I did. Smiles.

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  5. Saint me day sounds delightful, if only someone would rid the saint out of me then I could play.

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    1. Yer saintly ways are clear, no doubt
      Your day is near.
      "Happy Saint You!" we'll shout.

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  6. I didn't exactly know what to expect with that title! I did now know when I moved near Savannah last summer that the city hosts one of the major St. Patrick's Day (it should be days) in the country--that rival New York and Boston's celebration.

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    1. You live in a spirited city, Sage. Lucky lad!

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  7. Oh my goodness - we have the bathing suit! The same body? The same boat? Hey - did you photo shop this?

    Um, can I borrow the poem for five minutes on the 17th? It would a smashing impression. (You can keep the photo -smile.)

    Too funny!!!

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    1. Since I borrowed your boat, bathing suit, and figure, DC, you're most welcome to the poem any time. Smiles.

      Thank ye.

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  8. Oh Irish cream mixed with whipping cream....ooh la la:) Such a great naughty poem. Here's to being lucky!

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    1. You're cute, Birgit. I'll try the ooh la la combo with George. But don't tell him I said so. He might run scared. Smiles.

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  9. "Insert good luck"... well, there's another new name for it...

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    1. It's also an optimistic name, Chris.
      Happy St. Patty's.

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  10. I don't think I've ever gotten jiggy. Will you please explain how I should begin?

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. Find WDW's shamrock, and the rest will flow naturally, JJ.

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  11. That's very funny...wait a second, "Suck McFlurries"? Not "Shamrock Shakes"!?! Where's the truth in this art?

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    1. Oh Pickleope Von Pickleope, you must know that a woman licks her Shamrock Shakes and Sucks her McFlurries. That's the way of the world. Anything else is creative b.s.

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  12. A gift for the naughty blarney. Love it!

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    1. Thank you, Melly. So glad to see you here. Love ya.

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  13. Amok . . . amok . . . quick, get me a rhyming dictionary!

    Another work of genius, Robyn! On St Pat's Day, I'm posting a naughty limerick my sister wrote for me. More shenanigans!

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    1. That's going to be good, Debra. I can't wait. Thanks.

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  14. The pot of gold sounds delicious, Robyn, but tearing the beef through to the bone is very rough! It makes we wonder whether you've seen hyenas mate.

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    1. I haven't seen hyenas mate, GB, but they've stopped to watch me on occasion or two.

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  15. Dang, saluted St. Pat before rubbing the charm again. Could I just number these instructions?

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    1. Hahaha, oh, Geo. Premature salutations - huh? Awkward. Feel free to number these. I hate for you to further embarrass yourself.

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  16. Is it bad that I giggled my way through this at my age?

    I suggest creme de menthe filled chocolates for rewarding yourself.

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    1. Bad to giggle? Nonsense me friend!

      Thanks for that and the yummy suggested reward.

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    1. Why Mac, I appreciate you noticing. You've made me laugh - GREAT comment. But yes, it's amazing what a little treadmill and some green liquor can do for a gal's figure.

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  18. Wanna see my good luck charm? Maybe with enough whiskey on board? Erin go braless!
    Please make me stop this!

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    1. What have I started me lad? And how shall I make ye stop? Er, don't answer that. Just tell Erin to put 'er bra back on, else she might get lucky.

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  19. Robyn, these posts just make me smile. Thanks for that!

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    1. I'm happy to make you smile anytime, Robin. Thank you, and you're most welcome.

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  20. aye, we're all Irish on St. Pat's Day. You've been tipplin' a bit, but this is more than a wee bit fun. Excellent

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    1. Thank ye, O'Joanne. Aye, we'll all be Irish tipplin' on the 17th.

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  21. Well, now we know why Irish Eyes Are Smiling...

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  22. Now I suddenly have an urge for a Shamrock Shake topped off with hot fudge of course. I'm still laughing from "insert good luck!" Another holiday classic, Robyn! George must laugh him self silly around you!

    Julie

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    1. George has yet to hear this one...tonight I'll deliver it at Smiles. A shamrock shake topped with hot fudge sounds amazing, Julie.

      Thank you.
      Cheers.

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  23. As Saint Patrick's Day comes once again
    I'm proud to say I'm Irish, my friend.
    I know there'll be lots and lots and lots of beer.
    The beverage of choice? Guinness, I hear.
    Corned beef, cabbage, a potato, or two.
    Then back to the beer for me and maybe you?
    Then, at the end of the night (cause it sure ain't daily)
    Mrs. Penwasser at the end of me shillelagh?

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    1. Haha. Oh Al, I was hoping you'd drop by with poetic verse. I love it. How does one pronounce "shillelagh"? Then again, Mrs. Penwasser doesn't pronounce it whence at the end of it, unless she's really, really talented. No doubt, she is. She's married to you.

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    2. Oh, that's why Shil has a big smile on her face!
      Lee must be really good.
      Hee hee.

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  24. It's amazing to me the things you can do with commonly used, innocent sounding words. Well done, Robyn. :)

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    1. I appreciate it, BabySis. Yeah, there aren't any racy words in this. Why would anyone get hot and bothered (in a good way) about it? Smiles.

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  25. Hahaha! Another wonderful addition to your growing collection. :)

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  26. Something tells me George is in for a real Irish Blessing this year ;)

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    1. Irish cream is made for two, right, Theresa? Smiles.
      Thank ye.

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  27. This is so funny and cleverly saucy without being x-rated!

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    1. Thanks, Rosalind. Good to see you recently.
      Stay well.

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  28. Hahahahaha love the double entendres. :-)

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    1. Thank you, Misha, and thanks for dropping by. Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers.

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  29. Good luck with the insertion! lol
    Btw, never kiss the Blarney Stone - the locals lads piss on it.. true story.

    ps good body pic! lol

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  30. Yuck, thanks for the warning, Anthony.
    Thanks for the compliment too. Wink.

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  31. https://medium.com/@naklafshdmam/

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