Humour and beauty,
The two so combined,
In Sandra, I seek
A piece of my mind
That sources the living,
The loving I find
That no other woman,
No one can compare, to
Sandra, my Bullock,
I look and I stare
At beauty and talent,
So often revealed
In images conveyed
Where nothing’s concealed,
In pictures on screen
Where I must confess
I worship the woman
Who one day may bless
The life that I lead;
Spirit filled with reality
Becomes heaven on earth
With Miss Congeniality.
Photo credit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandra_Bullock
I would too, Mark. shit! Did I just say that out loud?! Lol. 🙂
FAIR’S FAIR! 🙂
I am highly amused by many comments. I am just never quite sure how far to go.
And, I can feel and see myself shrug at some comments made to me.
Nothing offensive. People here are way too polite for that.
Just where is the line and how do you decide it?
I should probably have added this to my previous post. Ho, hum. Blame it on the Grouse and a Friday.:) x
P.S. http://thevanillahousewife.wordpress.com/2013/08/09/finally-friday-august-9th-thirteen/ knows what I mean about a Friday. Don’t know about the Grouse. But, I hope one day to meet her at the kitchen portal and discuss it in great and humorous detail.
Is there such a thing as differences in humour between cultures? I’m asking because I have noticed that there might be. I may have to stop making certain comments that suggest, to me, that I am highly amused but may, in fact, seem facetious. It also works in reverse. Has anyone else noticed possible discrepancies? And, if so, any particular reasons why?
I don’t want to start a debate about this but I am genuinely curious. Is it down to cultures or just personalities? Is it modesty? Is it …shit….I don’t know what.
This could make a significant difference in the comments we all make.
I will not tell, at this point, what amuses me in comment but I would like to avoid offense! Both giving and receiving. Just askin’. 🙂 x