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Tag Archives: sarcasm
Bloody hell. Where did women come up with these rules? Did they keep them in a book somewhere? Sometimes he wondered if women were all lawyers, with an extensive code of Romantic Law that they kept stubbornly hidden from men. … Continue reading
Filter free. Be more honest. Say what you mean. Mean what you say. But do people really mean that? Do people really want to hear what we have to say? What is going on in our heads? Or do they … Continue reading
-There’s been a lamp burning in the window for ya, honey… here. -Oh, I jumped out that window a long time ago. –Cary Grant –Rosalind Russell/His Girl Friday
Mmmmm I hope it is a tuna casserole with peas and potato chip crumbs on top, yummerific. I love these Barbie postcards. They are goofy and silly and biting and lovingly photographed with the vintage Barbies, I adore them.
I adore Sendsomething.net because there is nothing more fun than a surprise in the mail. A surprise such as a great Taintor postcard that is just a fun smile every time I see one in the mailbox.
In my mailbox was a great Taintor postcard from one of my favorite postcard bloggers, Chris over at Girls go Postal! Gotta love a little sarcasm in the mail. Naturally I dug through my collection and sent him back another … Continue reading
We have been exceedingly busy ever since you went away. In the first place we have had to rejoice two or three times everyday at your having such very delightful weather for the whole of your journey… —Jane Austen
Perfect! Fabulous! Originally uploaded by girlzoot I just bought these Barbie postcards, they are fabulously sarcastic.
It’s wildly irritating to have invented something as revolutionary as sarcasm, only to have it abused by amateurs. —Christopher Moore/Lamb