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Monday, 01 May
Sorry, Ladies, This Boy Is Taken

Do you remember, my love?
A few hours ago, I turned
To you and asked you about
Panty liners.

"What's the deal with
Panty liners?"
I said.

I had just watched a commercial
With a dancing lady.

And you explained to me about
Panty liners.
About variable flow and spotting
And that sort of thing. And it all made sense.

It was a pretty stupid question--
And I've never met a woman who buys
Panty liners
(not that it would come up in casual conversation)
(and I hear that they do not bunch up when
you are dancing! So that's nice)
And now I know a little more about
Panty liners.

In a few days, love, we will
Have our three year anniversary, and
(I languidly sit in my big ugly chair and reflect)
I still love you so, and learn from you
Every day
Every moment
A few moments ago it was about
Panty liners.

I am o'er the moon now for
Panty liners

As we enter our
Third year of marriage stuff
And prepare for our trip to
(O Yakima . . . O wine country . . . O Superman)

I will remember this night
Our night of
Panty liners
Gazes closely met

And think of things like
The Forty-Niners
And Shriners
And roadside diners

Things that rhyme with
Oh, you know, you must see it . . .
Panty liners.

And so I compose this verse for you.
On this third year of marriage to, uh, tu.
You taught me a little about
Panty liners.
And for me, every day, nothing could ever be anything but totally


canz plz

shantih shantih shantih

XOXOX | Skot | 01 May, 2006 |

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Awwwww. T. Stearns E. would be proud.

Comment number: 007253   Posted by: Bill Hooker on May 2, 2006 06:39 AM from IP:

What about "selah"?

Comment number: 007254   Posted by: Kate on May 2, 2006 07:16 AM from IP:

Ah, SK, you're such a sentimental old fuff.

Comment number: 007255   Posted by: beige on May 2, 2006 09:47 AM from IP:

Where all are you going while in my motherland?

Comment number: 007256   Posted by: cory on May 2, 2006 11:10 AM from IP:

Where all are you going while in my motherland?

Comment number: 007257   Posted by: cory on May 2, 2006 11:12 AM from IP:

I see romance is not dead...

Comment number: 007259   Posted by: maarmie on May 2, 2006 12:04 PM from IP:

Dunno, Cory. In the spirit of Not Planning, we're pretty much just winging it. It seems that you can't throw a rock over there without hitting a winery, so . . . I guess we're bringing rocks.

Comment number: 007260   Posted by: Skot on May 2, 2006 12:10 PM from IP:

awwwww...that's so niftishly sweet...

Comment number: 007263   Posted by: Lythea on May 2, 2006 06:43 PM from IP:

awwwww...that's so niftishly sweet...

Comment number: 007264   Posted by: Lythea on May 2, 2006 06:52 PM from IP:

It doesn't get any better then that. Bless you

Comment number: 007265   Posted by: Todd on May 2, 2006 08:33 PM from IP:

I'm sure wherever you are staying will have a handy winery guide. I would reccomend doing the rattlesnake hills tour that runs through the zillah area...if for no other reason you get a punch crad and once you have visited enough wineries to fill that punch card you get a free "rattlesnake hills" souvenier glass!

Comment number: 007267   Posted by: cory on May 3, 2006 08:39 AM from IP:

Yakima. I can't believe that people actually want to go there now. In Ye Olde Golden Days of Yore, it was God's own toiletbowl on Earth, as far as we were concerned. I hope He flushed before they started growing grapes out thataway.

Comment number: 007270   Posted by: Squidley on May 3, 2006 05:56 PM from IP:

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