Re: Word twists
- From: PJ <authoressss@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2009 07:54:56 -0500
Jackson Pillock wrote:
On 16 Feb, 00:23, PJ <authores...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:My grandkids spent the weekend with me and we had a perfectly delightful
time. We baked and frosted heart cookies, they made Valentines for their
mom out of lacy doilies and construction paper and stickers I had bought
them, we watched movies, ate pizza, and giggled a lot.
My granddaughter, Emma, is Precocious (capital "P" intended) and more
intelligent and insightful than any 10-year-old has a right to be. She
as also highly imaginative and funny, and has bestowed nicknames upon my
dog, Mia, whose name (much to her chagrin) has morphed into Mee Mee Mo,
Meemus, and Beemus Moker.
So today Emma asked me, "Gammy, how much do you spend on Beemus Moker?"
"Excuse me Emma," I answered, "but that is a personal question and one
you have no business asking."
Perplexed look. Head tilted sideways. Scrunched up nose. "But why? I
just want to know, that's all."
"Again Emma, that is a nosy question and Gammy isn't going to answer it."
Same body language, look, head, and scrunch. "Well okay, I was just
wondering because if you have some money left over you could take Beemus
Moker to this special dog party place on her birthday."
Gammy now has perplexed look, head tilted sideways, scrunched up nose.
Then it dawned on me. I thought she had asked, "How much do you spend on
being a smoker?"
Cracked me up, it did.
And now they've gone home and I'm going to collapse into bed
So...How much is it? Memus Moker, I mean.
Not much. She's a small dog, although she has a big attitude. Sorta like me.
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