Brought to you by the effects of Stockholm Syndrome from holding myself hostage for so many years.
Your writing is legible! All I can muster these days are scribbles I have trouble deciphering later...
The pirate joke is "nutty."
Wow, writing on realy paper! How retro of you.scott
I did this one because I thought that Blogger had lost the previous post. The two stories are the same, but some details are different--due to having to re-write them. I love telling that pirate joke. I never tire of it.Welcome to my blog, Chickybabe.
Wow, we really are getting to know you! We even know your handwriting now. haha.Yeah, I laughed really hard at the Pirate joke, too.
So I clicked on the image and when I started to read the side part, my friend walked in and watched me at the door laughing to himself. I guess I did look kinda silly with my head tilted to one side and then laughing when I was done :PI've never heard this joke before... Thanks for the laugh Grunt ^_^~K
Grunt,Your handwriting is still being analyzed by the Canadian Association for Possible Unibomber Slash Terrorist Organization Watchmen. Personally, I think it will come back "negative", but your "r"s might throw them off.Peterrrrr Saarrrrrrrrrsssgaaaaarrrdd!!V
Heh, I'm glad I could provide the handwriting sample for you, Vera. "K" You're not alone. Many people read my blog at work and it gets them in trouble. O-girl~That reminds me of that song from "The King and I".
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