Sunday, March 13, 2016

St. Patty's Erotica

I massaged this annual poem, and I hope you enjoy.
Happy Saint Patrick's Day-Week!
May it be lucky for us all. Wink.
Take care, my dear sillies!

45 comments:

  1. Erupt, Explode and Expose! Wonderful word selection as always, Robyn, although it's interesting that 'Expose' is last. Might need a clean pair of pants! 'Tuck me in nice and tight' is a line your fans will be longing for you to recite. ;)

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  2. Yep, time to pluck... clovers. If that's what an Irish cowboy looks like, I'm moving to Texas, Ireland.

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  3. Hey, pluck me over!
    Kiss me green rear...
    Finger me clover
    Tuck it in tight right here!

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    1. Haha. Perfect, Cranky. Luv yer lil rhyme, 'n I may give it a whirl some time. Thank you.

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  4. Oh, Robyn you have such a funny twisted little mind. I knew it would be funny when the rhyming words get to rhyme with "luck".

    Have a great St. Pat's week and hope you get some luck of your own.

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    1. Thank you, Cheryl. My brain is so very twisted, I can't stop with this erotica madness. A good week to you too.

      PS Celibacy is the new lucky, right? Smiles.

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    2. Hahaha..celibacy certainly can be the new lucky. Lots of leprechauns and trolls in the world.

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  5. I will wear green.
    Unbutton my jeans.
    Don't wanna sucky.
    Just wanna get lucky.

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  6. St. Patrick's Day sounds quite good to celebrate and love green

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  7. You always make holidays sound like such fun! May the road (or something) rise up to meet you. :-)

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  8. How can you defile my father's birthday this way? I see I'm still not on your list of favorite blogs. Just wait until you write another book, and then you'll be so glad you didn't include me.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. I finally notice "A Paralyzing Pain" and read it. I've been there. Crawling on the floor because walking was too hard. No one ever asked if I was okay, no matter where I went.

      Love,
      Janie

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    2. Oh Janie, thank you for reading, and sharing, and relating. Hugs to you.

      PS I haven't given my blog a makeover in a while. When I do, you'll see your blog in that column on the left. Promise. =)

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  9. I should be so lucky! It's a good thing I like corned beef because Ancestry says I'm 44% Jewish and 11% Irish. Whodda thunk?

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    1. 44 and 11 percent? That's interesting mathematics. Is one full ear included in the Jewish portion? How about your entire...never mind. It's all good, and so are you, Jono.

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  10. massaged the poem and more. A tip o' the hat to ye, lassie. Happy St.Pat's week

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  11. Saint Me Day never had it so good lol

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    1. That's right, me Saint.
      You get em pinches. We'll hear no complaint.

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  12. Robyn's holidays are really hated
    by Puritans who deplore them for being X-rated.
    The rest of us prefer them to candy,
    especially when they make us randy.

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    1. Your rhyme's quite charming
      And not at all alarming
      So glad to have inspired
      A fun verse - as I've desired
      In addition to lots more
      And we shall see what's in store.

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  13. Well, kiss my shillelagh and blarney stones.

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    1. Alright, but only if you keep yer shamrock to yourself. And do kindly lock the bathroom door, Al. Geeze! You think we're all perverse voyeurs? It's just me.

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  14. Plucking clover, sounds like fun, (smile).

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  15. "Pinch me slow"?
    Better make it quick,
    Lest I scream
    and drop my... uh, green beer...

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    1. Just don't drop it on your shamrock, Chris. You know, shrinkage possibilities.

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  16. Green DOES mean "go!" That might be my new Twitter bio. By the way, is Matt Damon Irish. He is in a slew of Boston-based things, but does that make you honorary Irish? The surname Damon sounds about as Irish as a McFlurry.

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  17. I'm glad I'm not the only one who finds McFlurries to be erotic.

    Also, that collage is great, but I feel like you clipped the wrong Matt Damon head.

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  18. Insert good luck throughout the night...hahaha. I think I've had that line used on me a time or two. LOL

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  19. I did marry me an Irish man, so there better be some pinching and McFlurries in my house today! Otherwise, his ass will be going back to the home country.

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    1. If you don't get some luck tonight, send him over here. He will regret it. And he will remember that you're in charge. (Happy wife, happy life and all). =)

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  20. My Irish cream is made for two baahahaahaha.. brilliant.
    I wanted to expose my shamrock on the day but the boss said it was a sackable. I said I was happy to expose them too...
    ah some ppl have no funny boners. But you do!
    Thanks for the laugh lovely!
    xo

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    1. Thank you, me friend, and I love yer funny bone. xo

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  21. I hope your St. Paddy's day was a lucky one! Maybe you found your Irish Mr. Right? Or just a four leaf clover? As for us, we had corn beef and cabbage :)

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    1. Mmm, corned beef sounds good. Cabbage, not so much. Be well, Elise. Always great "seeing" you. PS Celibacy is the new lucky, right?

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  22. I hope you had a good St Paddy's day--you should visit Savannah as it has the second largest festival in the US--it is kind of crazy

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  23. Ooh this poem. Hahaha.
    Happy St. Patrick's to you!

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