Happy Saturday then!
Mago: Works for me. ;-)
Six Nations Rugby has been on TV all day - Tee Hee. Not even the programme schedulers are interested in Valentine harmony!Sx
Scarlet: As it should be, don't you think? Love and romance is too personal a thing between two people and shouldn't be so bloody commercialized that it becomes trivialized.At least, that is what I think... :-)
You had to mention the 6 Nations didn't you?.. Bloody French! Happy Saturday my arse.
Right on, sista!
Jimmy: Tweren't me that mentioned them... I don't even know what the Six Nations is, although I can hazard a pretty accurate guess! I take it your team, whoever they are, lost?Laurie: Ain't that the truth, though... It just seems so contrived these days...
No, P. My country lost the rugby, but my team don't play until tomorrow.Save me some of that Baileys, I might need it!
Jimmy: Well, I will send ESP waves to your team that they do well, okay?I have two flavours of Bailey's: Original and Coffee. Haven't tried the Coffee stuff yet but should be quite tasty. I will have plenty for you if you decide to pop round.
I kind of like to celebrate the day after Valentines. The drugstore sells the leftover conversation hearts for 50% off!BE MY ANTI-VALENTINE THEN!!!
Alright then... I will be your Anti-Valentine. But you have to explain to me what a 'conversation' heart is.... I've not heard that term here in Canada. I'm sure it's chocolate, just not quite sure what form. :)
These are conversation hearts. Maybe you guys have them by a different name? They're pure sugar, so there's that. Each has a Valentines-related word or phrase. i.e. BE MINE, LOVE, etc.
XL: aha! Now I know what you mean.... I just hadn't heard them called that. And now that I think about it, I don't really remember calling them anything in particular. And yet, I have eaten them for years.... strange.I have seen pics of anti-Valentine's ones... not sure if you can get them for real, but they say things like ALONE AGAIN, LOVE SUCKS, etc.Not saying I am feeling those things.... well, except perhaps for the Alone Again one....
Last year I sent Aidan a rose with a card that read "Happy February 14th". hehe. I don't usually even manage that much, but we were living apart at the time and missing each other... so it was kind of nice to acknowledge the day a saint was bludgeoned to death with big rocks :)
Stace: See? That is what it should be! You two were missing each other so it was a 'real' expression of your love, not like you felt you 'had' to do it because of all the media hype.
Ha! Indeed... and the same to you (sorry I'm a little late).
So you have something to say about all this, do you?Well, let's hear it, then!