Your soles are dirtyThe path you walk clings to youYour souls are not free
Actually I have new shoes, I haven't worn them outside yet, so my soles are completely clean.
Mine as well....
Now what makes you think I was talking about you?
Because you used Collective nouns, to give the impression that you were addressing an audience or at least multiple persons.
Impressive ryan, and welcome back by the way How was your vacation?
My vacation was excellent, I watched TV for the first time in weeks..... it's not all that bad.
Yes, but clearly the audience intended doesn't include someone as squeaky clean as yourself.
I guess not
But thanks for making my first post such a lively one
you were talking to me weren't you..... no slippers on feet filthy
Well, I guess that depends on the path you were walking when you acquired said dirt on your feet?
Love a good HaikuFingers tap out every lineAgain and again(always enjoy a haiku)
haiku: five are herethere are seven on this lineand back to five now
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