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Laurie Ellen
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PostPosted: 09/20/03 - 10:22    Post subject: Raisen Bran
Bran has a taste
sort of like paste

Turns to mush in the bowl
But it's good for the soul

Keeps everything moving
Which is certainly soothing

Just add some fruit
for that extra toot
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PostPosted: 09/20/03 - 10:38    Post subject:
Or Raisin Bran even Wink
Laurie Ellen
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PostPosted: 09/20/03 - 11:13    Post subject:
AlaninTX wrote:
Or Raisin Bran even Wink


Oh, Alan, I like you
I honestly do

Thank you for seeing
My spelling poo-poo

I sit here abashed, and
a lesson's been learned

I now wonder how
all those nice A's were earned
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PostPosted: 09/20/03 - 11:41    Post subject:
Oh! Laurie of Ellen
Your posts make us smile

Creativity pays no attention to rules
And spellcheck takes awhile.

Wekends here are slow
So rhyme on Ohio muse

I must end this now
Because I need a snooze.
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PostPosted: 09/20/03 - 18:17    Post subject:
i usually pick out all the raisins and eat the bran...

or with chocolate raisins, i suck off all the chocolate and toss the raisins!

i do not like raisins! blech!
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PostPosted: 09/20/03 - 18:28    Post subject:
crazyfrog wrote:
i usually pick out all the raisins and eat the bran...

or with chocolate raisins, i suck off all the chocolate and toss the raisins!

i do not like raisins! blech!

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PostPosted: 09/20/03 - 20:48    Post subject:
What is this bunk?
Are all of you drunk?
Laurie Ellen
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PostPosted: 09/20/03 - 20:59    Post subject:
Believe me, dear Monk
I am most sincere

You rhymed bunk and drunk
Most cleverly here

If only more riffers
felt prosey tonight

We'd be entertained
in a manner most tight
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PostPosted: 09/20/03 - 21:07    Post subject:
My legs are tired
my brain is numb

If I try to rhyme now
It'd probably sound dumb
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PostPosted: 09/20/03 - 23:34    Post subject:
monk25 wrote:
My legs are tired
my brain is numb

If I try to rhyme now
It'd probably sound dumb


thats affirmative! Wink
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PostPosted: 09/21/03 - 01:58    Post subject:
My old grandfather (God love his little red socks) was living proof of the benefits of bran, still stringing fences at age 97
But I could never come at it.
Apparently one is less nervous when bran is introduced to the gut. But that is true of Bundaberg rum. I have mixed the two substances and felt neither nervous nor relaxed, just idiotioc.
Bran is not unlike a bowl of cocky grit. If man wore a beak instead of a nose perhaps there would be a point to it. But damit, man is no cocky. Wink
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PostPosted: 09/21/03 - 15:11    Post subject:
Phar lap wrote:
My old grandfather (God love his little red socks) was living proof of the benefits of bran, still stringing fences at age 97
But I could never come at it.
Apparently one is less nervous when bran is introduced to the gut. But that is true of Bundaberg rum. I have mixed the two substances and felt neither nervous nor relaxed, just idiotioc.
Bran is not unlike a bowl of cocky grit. If man wore a beak instead of a nose perhaps there would be a point to it. But damit, man is no cocky. Wink


You know, I really like you...
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PostPosted: 09/21/03 - 18:33    Post subject:
Now I'm blushing Laurie.
Laurie Ellen
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PostPosted: 09/21/03 - 19:58    Post subject:
Phar lap wrote:
Now I'm blushing Laurie.


In my experience, a little bit of a blush really enhances the looks.
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