I was a long jumper in track and field. I tried football for most of a season but was too thin and light. I got the crap knocked out of me every day.
Happy Birthday, Korvo One
(And lest this happen again next time, let me a wish your a happy birthday for 2018 while I'm thinking about it---"Happy Birthday," Korvo One.!!)
Cherry for me, Otis. Orange is acceptable. Grape is for re-gifting.
Cellophane (and duct) tapes make life livable.
Staying together (marriage) requires a choice, a promise, and a commitment.
Any two normal adult human beings are capable of having a good marriage.
In truth, I can't limit myself to just one motto. I doubt this surprises anyone.
-No moment is as important as this one and no word as important as the next one;
-Since you're awake, do something useful;
-Crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and hear the lamentation of the women.
This turned out to be a delightful word upon looking it up---one meaning is Scottish slang.
exhausted, out of breath, unable to function due to extreme tiredness (as in “Playin’ wi’ thae weans has gote me wabbit“). [similar to puggled]
And I can't top that with my own sentence....
You have asked your question in the first sentence you wrote.
The answer is "Yes."
Now you need to develop a philosophy of life that allows you to realize that living is indeed worthwhile.
Escargot for me.
No brothers---I'm an only child.
Scavenger hunts never appeal to me and I was never in one.
Sounds like you are doing OK---but just ask the doctor or his nurse..
I don't need anything else capable of slipping through my hands.
Yes, I did have one.
I was really good at the first half of "walking the dog"----but it was usually not intentional and I seldom got him back home.
You only need to remember two things: 1)---don't sweat the small stuff and 2)---everything is small stuff.
My first sentence was going to be, "I prefer not to use a rebus in written communication."
After reading the above answers, my sentence is now, "Seeing a rebus makes me think I am taking a 6th grade IQ test---I hate them."
Nope. And only saw one personally for the first time about a year ago. (And I'm 71).
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As The Z said above.
(Cool, I now know a famous person---you invented a new word and now you have an honorary title conveyed upon you for your service to the site.)
A title that is well-earned.
Talking to dogs and babies is similar in that neither one can understand what you are talking about---so the important thing is that you are interacting with them and acknowledging their existence in a caring way.
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