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Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Thanksgiving Erotica: Basting the Turkey

To all who celebrate Thanksgiving, enjoy your feast. To all, I appreciate you.
May you be thankful for too much to say, and generous with leftovers.

32 comments:

  1. lol can't go wrong with seconds and thirds, until you see Martha's head, then things may go dead.

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  2. clever. So nice to see so many gathered around your feast. I think Martha's been spraying the whipped cream into her mouth. Have a good long weekend, Robyn.

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  3. Aw, an image of Ahnold. What a buzz kill! But I do love your sacred Thanksgiving poetry. It's like being with the Puritans.

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  4. Oh, sweetie, that's too good.

    Love,
    Janie

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  5. You are soooooo good at these! I love it! Happy Thanksgiving Robyn!

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  6. Love it. I hit the bed when she leaves too! Lol. I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Any special plans? Ray and I are cooking dinner for just the two of us then it's set up for art fair this weekend.

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    1. Where's the art fair, Barb? I've wanted to come to one for quite a while. My son might be willing to bring me on Saturday or Sunday. Email me, please.

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  7. Hey Robyn,

    As pawmised, oops, as promised, I have made it over to your blog site. Once again, I so deserve bonus points for commenting at almost two in the morning. Bloody time zones!

    You are a walking,talking innuendo, Robyn!

    All the baste, um, all the best to you and have a delicious American type Thanksgiving!

    Gary :) x

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  8. "I do the job. You do your game." Haha! You are so clever. :D Happy Thanksgiving to you, Robyn!

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  9. Love your poems. I hope you have a terrific Thanksgiving.

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  10. Happy Thanksgiving.
    I hope it is hot, steamy and sweaty. And the clean-up is minimal.

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    1. Well, clean-up was minimal. Smiles.
      But I'm grateful for too much to say. Thanks, EC.

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  11. Wow - love this. Are you making chocolate holiday sauce for the asparagus? Ha!

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    1. No, but I melted chocolate chips in with my sweet potatoes. Mmm mm. Does that sound weird? Probably. It's yummy, though.
      Thanks, Dixie.

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  12. Terrific and forceful verse! And the picture of Arnold is well-placed. He turned out to be a lot better governor than I thought he'd be --certainly better than Darrell Issa who got poor bookish and beloved Gray Davis recalled. The Kennedys sent Schwarzenegger in to save our butts and I'm still thankful for that. Thankful for your fine online company too, Robyn. My compliments and admiration.

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    1. I appreciate you very much too, Geo.

      Also, I just want to say that I think Arnie is a big turkey. Thus his placement near the top. Smiles.

      Hope you had a great Thanksgiving.

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  13. That sounds about right. Nicely done breasts and juicy thighs my oh my what a surprise!

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    1. Serve me dark manly thighs, Jeff, with just the right amount of gravy please.

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  14. Grab the bone and make a wish,
    As long as you are the main dish.

    You have written the perfect holiday poem Robyn. I will be distracted all day.

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    1. Ah thank you, Jono.
      I'm flattered. Sure you don't want a bite of Martha?
      Happy Turkey Time.

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  15. love your great sense of humor!
    happy thanksgiving!!
    hope your thanksgiving is filled with blessings and joy and great food. xoxo

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    1. Thank you, dear Betty. Many blessings back to you.

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  16. You are brilliant! I love your saucy poems which could give new meaning to butter balled turkeys but I also love the pictures all around it especially the flabby mid section of good ole Martha

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  17. I hope you're going to recite this poem in public so men can look into your eyes when you say "I squeeze and baste". It might cause some of them to howl like wolves!

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  18. This one made me chuckle :). Hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving.

    Sorry to leave a link, Blogger won't allow my wordpress comment:
    Daily (w)rite

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