Okay. I’ve seen enough. Put on some clothes. Please
So, so, so love this ! GOD BLESS AMERICA !
I remember that old chestnut. My granny (born 1886 – that explains a lot) added it was only lucky if heads up. She wouldn’t let us pick up a penny heads down. Said we were picking up someone else’s bad luck.
Awww. They’re so cute ! We’ll take one. He’ll make the perfect companion for the woolly unicorn we bought last week.
Many years ago I used to walk through the local large department store, spot a kid, toss the pennies on the floor under displays (clothing), and walk away. Now when I have change in my pocket a find a kid, ask the parent if I could give them the change, telling them I worry when I hear the jiggle in pocket, thinking my hip is loose. I always get a smile and a yes.
They eat there so often they’re paying the college tuition for the counter guy’s kid. Not the greatest joke ever seen here
Grow old if you must, but never grow up
In the morning I make more noise than a whole box of Rice Krispies
Obviously, you have never thrown shoes into the water to kick off summer
also the shelf above the sofa, , the picture frame (though picture changed), the coffee table (some changes but table the same), and the outside of toy box