I've seen a lot of Valentines Day posts this week by the folks on my blogroll. And others.
In fact, this evening I went to m. e ellis' blog to catch up on her recent nuttiness and found some ditties that made me snicker a bit.
"Roses are red, violets are blue, sugar is sweet, and so are you.
But the roses are wilting, the violets are dead, the sugar bowl's empty and so is your head."
What? You didn't think that was funny? Ah well, to each his own, they say.
But then Badabing's Badaboom made a comment about the pictures I posted here a few days ago of the big elk. He said that one of them was mooning me. (True. Look for yourself)
That (mention of the moon) put me in mind of another famous love song whose title I used for this post:
"When the moon hits your eye,
Like a big pizza pie,
To which I always add my own creation of a second verse:
"When you swim in the sea,
And an eel bites your knee,
That's a Moray!"
What? You don't think that's funny either?
Well, you must be in a bad mood, then. Come back when you're feeling better.