Pick me! Pick me! LOL Have you ever seen a cuter monkey grin?
I recently saw that monkey in the box on Pawn Stars. It sold for big bucks Karen. I naturally thought of you.
LOL....I had someone contact me through HubPages asking where they could buy one and I wrote back and told them there was a link on my hub about the story behind why I use the monkey as my avatar that had where you could buy a similar one on Amazon. They, or someone, bought one the next day through that link and I made a few bucks off of the sale.
By the way, guys........in case I don't "see" ya before Christmas.....hope you have an incredible one!
Merry Christmas Karen. And I'm glad you made some money on that deal.
My Favorites are Lela Davidson and Relache. It is difficult to choose between the two as both have an elegant and gracious smile. I am also a fan of their great work at Hubpages.
You're welcome. I'm doing well and since you're here, I guess you're doing okay too.
how could I forget prettydarkhorse, and lorlie6. I vote for them too. simplest and cutest. As if they are smiling at angles' company.
ralaches' smile has a different type of beauty that is sorta strong and bold. I also like her smile very much. probably the most graceful and aristocratic smile I have seen ever in my life yet.
this is Stan Fletcher he is a smiler for sure.
A lovely guy with a lovely smile, Daniel Carter
Well there sure are some pretty smiles on HP. I'm going with PDH
And now we've got the stupidest. Boo
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by Holle Abee 8 years ago
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