Saturday, November 19, 2016

Thanksgiving Erotica, Let the Basting Begin




Dears,
You're smart and witty. Perhaps you have insight into this random statement - one that equates me with a snowflake.
James Farmer Robyn Alana Engel you are so lost. Another snowflake in life. 

This means I'm a crystal of snow, but what do I know? I'm a native Californian. And I'd simply promoted lovingkindness on Facebook. Again. Snowflakes are beautiful, am I right? I haven't been so complimented by an insult since I was called a "provocateur" last week. I'm liking this hate; it's good for my ego.

Anyway, sillies, please take gentle care. Life is too precious and too challenging. And you're too important to me. 

Whether or not you celebrate Thanksgiving, may you experience sincere gratitude this week and season.

Love!  

38 comments:

  1. This makes me really want to go and baste that turkey! Very witty! I love snowflakes.....each one is an individual as no two are a like. When it's nice and crisp, the snowflakes glitter like diamonds. We all love to stick our tongues out and catch a snowflake. They can be light a fluffy but strong falling from way up high only to gently Landon the ground. Who doesn't love a snowflake??

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    1. You said it so well, Birgit.
      Thank you, be well, and stay warm.

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  2. Snowflakes are indeed beautiful. And unique. I suspect by accident the farmer in the dell got it right.

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    1. Haha, that farmer in the dell missed the target when attempting an insult. Something's wrong with his hoe, but I like the fruits of his stupidity. Excuse this weird comment. I should probably get some sleep now. Take good care, EC.

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  3. That snowflake comment is either really deep or really dumb.

    Love the poetry. Thanksgiving is such a day of indulgence, it really could go either way. (Food or sex. Or both!)

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    1. And perhaps in the reverse order, or simultaneously. Enjoy it all, Diane.

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  4. snowflakes remind me my childhood trip to snowy area where we hit each other with these soft balls

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    1. It's so much fun playing in snow as a kid. Thanks for sharing that happy memory, Baili.

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  5. Now thanksgiving would be grand like that, but didn't happen that way here, hmph, as we've been there done that haha

    Did that come from a fortune cookie? Maybe they were snowed in and had snow on their melting brain. Could be he wants you as a snow bunny? Or could have just be a snow job.

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  6. Yes, that is a compliment! Each snowflake is unique. That makes you a very special individual!

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    1. Thank you, kind lady. We're all snowflakes, aren't we?

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  7. Your Thanksgiving erotica poem is one of your best. You are so clever.

    As for the snowflake comment, I have no idea what he meant by that. Snowflakes sparkle--maybe he likes your sparkling wit? :-) Happy Thanksgiving to you, Robyn. Thanks for the smiles.

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  8. Holidays just bring out the lusty side of your creativity, don't they. You are so funny.

    As for the snowflake comment. HUH? I am lost as to what he meant. Let's go with the fact you are beautifully unique and one of a kind....oh and sparkly. If he was trying to insult you he failed miserably.

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    1. Thank you, Cheryl. Coincidentally, he's now liking my posts. I think the Farmer has a crush on me.

      Be well.

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  9. I didn't understand his comment; but then, I don't understand half of the ones I make!!

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  10. "I squeeze and baste" is a line I'd like to hear you say, Robyn! Would you let someone choose squeeze or baste if both were too much?

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    1. The idea is to do them simultaneously, GB, you know, to get the most pleasure out of the experience. As long as I build up a sweat, though, I'm not picky on the strategy.

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  11. A very happy Thanksgiving to you too Robyn! Hope you are feasting somewhere with friends or family!

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    1. Yes, fun and funny, generous friends who are like family. Thank you, JoJo.

      Blessings to you.

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  12. Happy Thanksgiving. I will not look at the turkey in quite the same way. As for snowflakes, they are unique and wonderful, like you. Happy Thanksgiving!!!

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  13. Funny, and so much truth in your poem.

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  14. Thank you, dears. A wonderful Thanksgiving to you too!

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  15. snowflakes don't get lost, they all have a place. And yes they are beautiful. Happy Thanksgiving to you!

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  16. Great poem!!! Oh Thanksgiving cant get here soon enough.
    To be a snowflake is compliment. No two are alike . Hope you have a wonderful holiday lady!

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  17. Your Thanksgiving is way, way better than mine. Mine just involves stretchy pants and many naps.

    James actually made a brilliant dissertation about you, a lost snowflake in the very winter of your own mental well-being, drifting aimlessly through the sky, unable to stop your rapid free fall toward the pavement that would invariably lead to your destruction (melting).

    LOL just kidding he's probably just a moron.

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    1. But it sounded so good until I hit the pavement, Bryan.

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  18. Happy Thanksgiving! Relish in the fun and festivities (in any order you desire :))

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  19. 20 Pounds! He's got a big one! Did it hurt?
    OMG - did you eat it????

    ;)

    xo

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    1. Bwahahaha, Anthony, I've recited this at open mic and when I got to the 20 lb line, I lost it! Oy vey - 20 pounds!

      Love ya. Thanks!

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  20. Happy Thanksgiving!

    I enjoyed this post and you are not lost.

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