Cute Overload :D
Hard to find.
Hop o’ the mornin’ to ye, Worldomonation
Hoppy Saint Patrick’s Day!
There are seventeen shades of green in one frog alone!
The shamrock is a is a three-leafed white clover and is the symbol of Ireland and so it is not hard to find so I think you meant a four leaf clover. 🙂
A spamrock is hard to find…
HAPPY SAINT PADDY’S DAT TO YA , EVERYBODY !!!!
OH! and ribbit !
Yikes ! I misspelled DAY ! Sorry about that !
OMG. Have they actually got their little feetsies tucked under kitty-style?! OMG. That is soooo cute. 🙂
That’s exactly what I came to say – Hurray for pedantry! x
not that easy to find in the US; I’ve never seen one in its natural
habitat here in New Jersey and in Pennsylvania. Only at a florist.
I HAVE seen then growing in Ireland of course.
just looked up shamrock: true shamrocks are/were a plant that according
to tradition, grew only in Ireland. Today, varieties of oxalis (clover) are
called shamrock, and what is sold in pots is probably wood sorrel from
So. America. Anything that is tri-lobed is called “shamrock” these days.
Like any tradition, through time, it gets tweaked and dluted. ( How am I
doing in the Pedantry Dept.?)
howcum my spacing has gone berserk?
why the Mod Lounge?
Comme c’est joli et comme c’est vert!!!
for some non-Outrageous Frawnsche that says “it’s pretty and it’s green”???
Perfect picture for this quote….
Monica, I’m a green with ya!
No worries Bob Drummond, we all knew what you mean t;)
Would it be because of your use of “comme”
I’ll try let see.
oh, well, at least they eventually released me from the Brig on the same day.
I think I just figured out wha’ happ’.
I had quickly & erroneously typed badly and typed “Bifrle” instead of “Birfle” in the screenname.
*admiring snerk for pyrit’s word acrobatics*
Because of the first word in your sentence which has a… well a naughty connotation