Originally Posted by Pippi 'Twixt morn & even, a twinning of lattes... 'Twixt morn & even, a twinning of lattes sufficed my appetite to assuage:
One of honey-lavender and another of almond beflavored;
After an hour's-plus commute, my glutt'nous appetite was inflamed.
Then supped I for reals, upon sweets and dumplings, which I savored.
Pouffe of dough with chocolate filling! Creme croissant with strawberries!
Hot dog wrapped in pastry bun. Such yummy, yummy delicacies!
Originally Posted by Pippi Once upon a time(...) Once upon a time, there was an aggressive lady named Naked Nancy. She wasn't naked all the time, however. It took a lot of provoking to get her to chase after you naked. One time, this happened at the donut shop. Nancy wanted to purchase two dozen donut holes because her in-laws were coming to town. She walked down to the donut shop pleasantly enough, smiling & nodding to passersby the way neighbors sometimes do. But when she got to the donut shop,
Just kidding! Originally Posted by Pippi Remember the INFP
Who wrote succinct poetry?
Not really, but anecdotally.
Originally Posted by Pippi This poem is rather profound.
Its nuances truly abound.
The timeless depths
Are bound to impress;
Its elegance, guaranteed to astound!
This poem, too, is amazing:
The insights; its fiery, blazing
TRUTH! Yes, you'll find
Its reviews blow your mind: "Uplifting!" "Superb!" "Spirit-raising!"
Originally Posted by Pippi It was a dark and windy night, but that was why we went out in the first place. Why would you go out on a night that was still and bright? Therefore, we waited until it was moonless, starless, cloudless, and altogether photonless, with a howling ocean wind screeching past our ears. We put a blindfold over the dog's nose so that she couldn't smell as much, too. We weren't taking chances.
Out we sailed, into the bay and past the islands bordering it, until we reached the last one.