"O God, I could be bounded in a nut shell and count myself
a king of infinite space,
were it not that I have bad dreams."
Act II scene ii
Two thoughts occurred to me.1. This is a picture of the law of diminishing returns.2. "He must increase, but I must decrease." (a reference by John the Baptist to Jesus Christ)
You have a very fertile imagination.
Nothing to see here. Move along please.
Okay lady. Don't push.
Did you just swat a fly?
That size? It could only be a baby midge ADDY.
Do you need new specs YP?
I don't wear glasses. Or did you mean "speck" with a "k"?
Are we supposed to insert our own words between those two full stops?
That's a good idea Mrs W. Make your own blogpost.
Do you think he's been at the cooking sherry again.....?
"He" has not you cheeky mare.
On the basis that the full stop comes at the point when one has nothing ore to say at that point I assume that you've run out of steam YP. Or are you exploring the boundless possible comments of those who read and comment upon your blog? Or did you just loses the plot? Qui sait? Qui se soucie?
Yes senor, I hev "loses" ze plot.
Huh? Am I missing something?As Thumper's wise mother once said to him - "If you can't say something nice, don't say nothing at all!" Perhaps this is one of those instances.
But I can say something nice Lee...Moonlight becomes you, it goes with your hairYou certainly know the right thing to wearMoonlight becomes you, I'm thrilled at the sightAnd I could get so romantic tonight
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