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AHAHAHA!!!! LOVE this one!
More informative by the day.
Oh I do hope this flu flies away. Far away.
Best one yet!Breeze
PERFECT!!!! LOL!!!! ~Janine
If I get hit with the swineI'm sure I'd do nothing but whine
Everyone has to be extra alert :)
What a lovely pun, David! And I cheerfully refer you to the popular, Caldecott award winning children's book, "Tuesday" where upon the last page pigs do indeed fly. :-) Cheers!
Bravisimo!! This is one of my favorite types of poetry. Just little bits of rhyming fluff with a double entendre thrown in for good measure!
Carry a sturdier umbrella.
That is good!
Thanks for stopping by my blog, David, and leaving a comment. And yes, great minds think alike and all that. Not sure I qualify for the equation but I went for it anyway!
Hard hat and rain coat would be added to your haberdashery!
AAAAAARRRRGGGGHHHH that was PUNishing:)
You'd see the doc who'd check your tempAnd ask you: "Have you met an imp,a microscopic entitywho launches mass infirmity?"And if your answer is "No way!"Chances are that you can say"I wash my hands quite regularlywhile singing Happy Birthday, me!"
The flu swines can fly away as far as they want, as long as they don't plan on making another pig stop! ;-)
The pig ran as fast as he could down the runwayHoping to get launched in the air in a fun wayHe jumped in the airBut crashed in depairAnd wandered around with flu in a stun way!Ouch!! sorry!!
David, I love these. And the comments are always entertaining as well!
If you knew that swine flu, You'd probably say "Ah-choo!"=)
haha.....charming!!!Thanks for the post of the day mention David! You made my day! I'm off to check out all the others mentioned.
Good One David!Hope you don't get it! I didn't at first! (The joke I mean!)
Topical brillance, David! We all need a good dose of light relief - thank you!
I've said it before, and I'll say it again!Pigs canNOT be trusted - they are evil! ;-)
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