I second that emotion.
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You might like this one of mine: https://kat5361.wordpress.com/?s=first+poem+of+2011
Very sound advice, I thought. Thoroughly enjoyed reading this.
Loved this! Very clever, with all kinds of possibilities for double entendre…,thanks for sharing.
I loved this! It was just plain fun and artsy. Loved the picture at the first, too.
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Ha ha, those WERE the days! 🙂
It’s all true….
“Coin operated is up all night
Waking up with lonely socks”
It sounds so bizarre, but that line really hit me.
It’s amazing what beauty you’ve created with something I would have normally thought mundane.
Wonderful write ! 🙂
Love it! ~♡~
FABulous and funny! 🙂
Hilarious humanization of the laundry In love and light Cheryle
Brilliant and inspiring
Enter Cycle. Dial 491. A warm condition intended to smooth those rotten creases. Elongate them. Stroke them. Stroke me. I’m your tumbler dryer baby. Your one and only.
I love poetry with humor and this is definitely funny. Who would have thought you could make such a great poem about washing and drying your laundry? I began to write one about cleaning the bathroom once. It is still a work in progress.
From a person who sucks at laundry, this is both baffling and amusing at the same time.
Nostalgia through and through.
Fan dam tactic! Nice work…
Very witty! Two thumbs up!
Omg I saw this and died laughing had to do a double take at the title well written my friend!
Thanks. There is a “double take” inside the title, isn’t there.
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Very sound advice heed it people! Never Tumble Dry With A Stranger.
Thanks for the reblog!
You’re very much welcome!
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Well, because its all about Elan, here is another post.
I Love this!!!
Reblogged this on Tell It Once And For Autism and commented:
LOVE it. Funny, thought provoking, clever. Dang..I wish I had written it! 🙂
I give it to you. Thanks
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