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Wednesday, January 2, 2013

A Guy Fairy Tale!

 Once upon a time, a Prince asked a beautiful Princess... Will you marry me?
The Princess said, NO!    
And the Prince lived happily ever after and rode motorcycles
And went fishing and hunting and played golf
And dated women half his age and drank beer and scotch
And had tons of money in the bank and left the toilet seat up.
The End

13 comments:

gigihawaii said...

What a wacky sense of humor you have, Sylvia. Congratulations to your son and his lovely bride. My elder daughter married in 2004. Now we are waiting for younger daughter to finish grad school and find someone to marry. I love weddings!

Arija said...

Where do you find them? Wherever it is, I am eternally grateful to you for making us smile and/or LOL.

This is Belgium said...

hum... ha ha !

Dianne said...

So funny! You've made my day.

Lowell said...

Oh god, you got me laughing out loud. Love this one. I know some folks with whom I've got to share it.

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

Oh, my! I dated him between husbands!
Cheers from Cottage Country!

George said...

This is a great fairy tale. Thanks for the smiles.

TexWisGirl said...

and even the woman lived happily ever after...

Oman said...

Haha. I wonder what happened to the beautiful princess after.

Jack said...

That is all sounding pretty good, Sylvia.

Jillien said...

yes, but when prince got a small head cold and lay in bed moaning and acting like a baby no one was there to coddle and swaddle him like an infant, which is really the among the top reasons why men marry--to be fed and to be babied when ill.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Jillien hit it right on the head Sylvia, no young thing is going to put up with nursing a 'man cold' haha!!

Sridharan said...

Hilarious..Thanks for sharing Sylvia..!

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