2005-02-17 07:57 am (UTC)
I must admit, that made me chuckle. ;)
I'm not gonna touch this one.
You've never touched a "hot dog" ?
Hee. Look North owns. I am so proud of being a Yorkshire girl.
I wish I was a Yorkshire girl.
I wonder if it was a foot long?
I think she wishes it was. More hot meat, more warm feelings.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO THE SWEET, FUNNY, CLEVER, WITTY GIRL WHO IS RANDOMPOSTING!!!!
Aww! *HUGS* Thanks babe. :)
oh my fuck what is the world coming to??!?!
(note: i am trying to use surprised there like "bam!" or "pow!" in a cartoon...yeah...surprised....not working...but i didn't have the heart to change it)
gotta love those perverted double entendres...
it's your birthday??
happy birthday to you,
happy birthday to you,
happy birthday dear queen of the world,
happy birthdday toooo yooouuuu!!!!
Happy B-Day sistah-friend!
Thanks, honey! It was a good one.
BIrthday !!! today?!??!!
mmhmm Soo what is it a randomly picked birthday date as well? =p
heheh hmm hotdog i could go for some... er... hey that's a dirty joke! =o
hmmmm birthday.... hot dog.... hmmm HEY! does that mean ya want a hotdog today??
*goes and finds a big long hot dog for you*
No, I don't want a hot dog. A not-dog perhaps. I'm a vegetarian. :) -- And nope, no random birthday, though perhaps there should have been. I didn't think that far ahead.
Yeay! Birthday, Birthday, Birthday!
Woooo Aquarian! Have a great birthday lovely.
Thank you! :) It was, in fact.
2005-02-18 04:36 pm (UTC)
Re: Sometimes, semantics are important.
Hehe. I enjoyed it.
and on another note.....
Which note? C Flat? :)
And thank you.
awww.... that touches my..........UTERUS!
hee hee <3
So wrong, and yet, so funny.
I'm probably a day late with this, but oh well. It's the thought that counts... or something like that. Happy Birthday (I would have written it the way Owl writes it for Eeyore in the AA Milne book Winnie the Pooh but my friend borrowed the book last year and has yet to return it... so yeah... again, thought counting, I think
Oh man. I remember the Jay Jay the Jetplane commercials that would run around here, and me and my friend Dan (way back when I was in middle school... ages ago) would run around the halls shouting "ZIGGING AND ZAGGING! FORGIVE ME FOR BRAGGIN! BUT GEE, HOW I LOVE TO FLYYYYYYYYYYY!!" and pretending we were planes, just to piss people off.
Thanks sweetness, I appreciate it! I have a lot of Winnie The Pooh books for my kid, but I don't think I've come accross that one yet, I shall do some searching.
That wouldn't piss me off. It would amuse me. :)