a bad poem
is made worse
the longer it gets
Ha! This is sometimes true for me. 🙂
Haven’t laughed that much for ages! Thank you 🙂
You’re welcome 😉
So true! It’s like a special edition of “Drive”; it’d just suck even more!
You’re right. That movie was horrible.
yeah, that scene in the elevator? he was dead, how much stomping did you need? and what was with that long stare? someone yelled out O-H!, my school’s cheer, during the show, it was so boring. we laughed so hard that was the high point of the email.
It was so un memorable I don’t even remember that part.
lucky you. i felt i’d wasted my entire evening after i watched that movie. makes me wish i had a neuralizer like out of Men In Black
Oh…this made me laugh out loud…thanks!
Love it, love it, love it……:-))
Thank you thank you thank you! 🙂
great wit 🙂
So true. — Yet, some writers continue to lengthen their pieces, in hopes that more words will distract the reader into thinking what they’ve read will have been worth the effort by the end.
Like that sentence? Hey now, I kid, I kid…
Still, I laugh… knowing that I have brought wisdom to those who do not lack.
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