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Sunday, April 1, 2018

The Holy Trinity: Robyn, Bernie, and the Pope

Happy Easter.

I'm spending my day with (my) Bernie...Alright, I confess, that was a poor attempt at an April Fool's Day joke. Don't fall for any of those. You won't; you're too smart for that. (I always do, though.)

Be well, Silliest of the most Silly.

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  1. Smiling broadly here. With only one line I dispute 'I hate to ask for more;'
    Now that is a shameless fib.
    Be well, be happy.

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    1. Alas, my readers know me far too well.
      Thanks for making me smile. You never fail.

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  2. It's just not a sacred holiday without your shameless erotic poetry! Families everywhere should read it around the dinner table, I think.

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    1. Ha! I agree, it should be required reading for family "bonding" time. Wink.

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  3. A fine sin to be had any old day. Is it worth double if it happens on a holiday?

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    1. Yes, double lay, double pay.
      It all happens on a Holy Day.
      Least, that's what I say.

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  4. Robyn, that was delightful. But for the first time I am compelled to wonder: How can we take this holiday seriously if they schedule it on April Fools Day? Is anybody working on this?

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    1. Right. Did He rise or not? The unleavened bread did not, I can tell you that.
      Hope it was a great Easter weekend, Geo.

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    1. I think it's always a good time for naughtiness, and April Fool's Day was scheduled in a timely manner for me. Thanks, Sherry.

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  6. Well I actually did fall for a couple april fools articles. One saying an Olive Garden was going into Boston's North End....which is thick with actual authentic Italian restaurants. The other was that there would be a Harry Potter movie of 'The Cursed Child' (which is a play now), starring Dan Radcliffe. That was actually wishful thinking.

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    1. Those are good pranks. I fell for a fooling FB status report immediately after reading someone else's FB post "Today, people analyze posts' validity before reacting." Yep, naive I am.

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  7. April Fool and you are no fool
    your erotic poem is a worthy writing tool
    treats should abound, however impure
    eat lots of chocolate, that is the cure

    Happy Spring - holy Easter bunny, pope, and Bernie - tis the season of joy (I've become Catholic for Monday - I need Villanova to win March Madness and I win Ray's company's bracket pool. Pray with me on this , sister!)
    Cheers, my friend!

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    1. Your poetic responses keep getting better. Thanks, Joanne. I drowned some matzah in melted chocolate, in celebration of Easter. It was divine.
      Thoughts and prayers on the March Madness win. Smiles.

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  8. Remember, an original sin is difficult. Poked a badger with a spoon no longer cuts it. (Name that pop culture reference!)

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    1. Man, Alex, that's a good one. I'm stumped but going to cheat and do some googling...Thank you.
      PS Yes, how to be original when sinning - that's a fun, fun challenge.

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  9. I could use a little sin in my life and your poetry inspires me. Maybe I'll get lucky. Happy April Fool's day!

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    1. Hope it was a silly, foolish and even lucky one for you, Jono.

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  10. A perfect Passover, Easter and April Fool's Day combination! You just get better and better! Glad you made some chocolate matzo! Happy Passover!

    Julie

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    1. Thank you. Chag Pesach, Julie. Keeping you in my thoughts.
      Take good care.

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  11. It's better than chocolate for me.

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    1. For me, Diane, it depends on the brand (of the chocolate and/or the giver). =)

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  12. If I saw an orange carrot coming in-for the kill to me, I would be running. That is no Biden but something orange, gross and talks stupidity. Love your poem as always

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    1. You are silly, and that's why I like you. Thank you, Birgit.

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  13. I spent my Easter suffering from the most wicked bout of constipa...okay, I've said too much.

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    1. You mean, you ate the matzah? I warned you, Al.

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    2. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.................matzah with peanut butter...........if that's what did it, it was worth the agony.

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    3. A matzah pb and j is good, Al. I like it with cream cheese and jelly too. And by "it," I mean matzah. Or do I?

      Okay, cutecop and Al, no more bantering on my blog. This isn't the place. Getting tired of deleting or reading comments that aren't a response to my posts. Carry on, but elsewhere. Thank you.

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    6. Exactly. What did you do to deserve this? LOL
      Cream cheese? Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm..................cream cheese.

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  14. Lots of subtle imagery there! (As well as some that was not-so-subtle!) I keep wondering why that white outfit in the lower left looks so familiar to me...

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    1. Ha. Did we date, Silver Fox? Maybe that's why it looks familiar. Wink.

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    2. Maybe! I've been around a lot. And if we did, I hope I didn't do anything to get lumped in with all the losers you've encountered in your past.

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    3. Nah, I remember the losers. The nice ones don't stand out or give me good writing material.

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    4. So, if I'm not a loser, I'm forgettable? Waaaahhh!

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    5. I know, right? A guy who dates me fares poorly no matter what, Silver Fox. But he does way better than do I, so that's kinda good. Right? Sort of?

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