Playtime Nice (one of two)
“Kindly respond to your first impulse as to the previous post.”
Your cuteness is only exceeded by you awesomeness..
gracious! you are all so very very terrific! I just LOVE the way y'all talk and play! I have been loving you so long, and it is about time I told you how wonderful you are and how very, very thankful I am that you continue to delight me so! Gee!
and that's about as nice as IT gets today. used to love playing IT until . . .
so, yeah, huh.
Anyone play any instruments?
We could form a band
Compose a ditty
Winnie the Pooh
and Tigger too?
Phooey on Pooh
(I like Eeyore bestest!)
I'm really glad we're in the play-nice thread instead of the play-mean one, aren't you? I dare not go into that other one.
I lost my mind at a quarter to nine
No honey for Pooh, and Tiggers always outta line
Soon there was mayhem,Eyeore knew the score
Head for the hills ,far from the scholars
Run,laugh ,close your eyes and count to four
I'm not feeling the 'nice' today gggrrr, so maybe I should stay away until I do hey
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