Cute Overload :D
A staple of family driving trips during the 60’s and 70’s, Lake Wiki-Waki-Whatda delighted audiences with its “Orangu-Mermaid Spectacular” water ballet.
Wha? For really? I never saw the like! Could we go over that again? By the way, where are Parts 1&2?
This would be much faster if we didn’t go underwater, ya know.Giddy up, you hairless ape! I have appointments!
She’s got a monkey on her back.
YAY!!! BG WINS!!!!
Best one-liner CO response EVAHR
No, no Mike; not YOU, the OTHER Mike!! 😉
while I would ALMOST never presume to correct a CO admin type?
As a gal who dun BIN BORNDED in la belle Floride during the aforementioned 60’s………. and wid all DEW respec’ un stuffs???
Ah think whut yew awll had in mahnd, wuz thisHEEEYAH
(note: Hernando County en la belle Floride)
*has multiple tabs/ sub pages, folks…
❤ LUV Fird Birfle
ONWARD, MIGHTY STEED!
The Librarian swims? Discworld forever! Thank you Mike for understanding that we Flat Worlders need to see holiday snaps from home…….. All that’s missing is the Great A’Tuin flapping by….
This is an ape, not a monkey, oooh The Librarian would have you hanging upside down by your ankles by now…..
Must be breathing through his fingers. Or holding on to the top of the water to keep from sinking.
“…holding on to the top of the water…”!! What a great idea. As one who cannot float worth a flip, it never occurred to me to hold onto the top of the water. Can’t wait to try it out!
* golf clap *
I’m sure he can probably arrange it.. or something like.
It’s Fird! I’ve missed your comments, and btw where is Queen of Dork and the lovely Priincess?? Are you all banned from commenting or something??
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