"It is not necessary for the public to know whether I am joking or whether I am serious, just as it is not necessary for me to know it myself."
-- Salvador Dali
Thank you Mr. Bissage for providing another fine momentary diversion on the road to the grave.
I consider a visit to your site similar to stopping by a garage sale. I never know what I'm going to find. On today's foray I... -learned more about anal glands -picked up a new cartoon strip -searched for and found the hidden owlI was also reminded of an old Mary Jane joke where she laughed and laughed over something the dirty old man suggested, because she knew her money was in her shoe. Like Mary Jane, I continue to fall for the hook, for the fun of laughing and laughing as I pick up and look at the weird, useful, useless, interesting stuff on display, all the while convinced my money is safe inside my shoe.
Welcome, MamaM. They say that life is like a garage sale: one man’s junk is another man’s joy.Please feel free to think of me as an old Hamilton Beach Joe Namath popcorn popper (in groovy 1970s avocado) that’s in perfect working condition but still nobody is willing to pay $3.50 so it goes back in the garage until next time.We’d like for you to keep laughing. And you can keep your money in your shoe. Everything on display here is free for the taking.
At Suddenly Bissage, I feel like every day my birthday.Feel free to use that in your marketing materials.
I'm glad for that, TM. Birthdays should be special.And you're very kind but I don't see any marketing materials in my internet crystal ball.We're strictly half-assed amateur here in USDA zone 6b.Ha!
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