A Cringeworthy Sunday Leaf Reading Stamp!

Just found two leaves on the front door rug.

A lot of tongue I did see.

French Leaves they must be!

Yes! I do see, a Forever Stamp of all things!

Desperation does so abound!And speaking of stamps, below are butterflies and otherwise going postal!

Leaves? What leaves? They look more like dumb Potato Heads to me!

By the way, the plural of “leaf” is “leaves”, but the plural of “Leaf” is “Leafs”. 

What did you just say?

__________________

When in doubt find an irrelevant tree quote:

Why do you take off your clothes in the winter
and then cover up in the summer?
Baring it all,
Grandstanding, 
Not even one leaf, 
You naked tree

Charmaine J. Forde

17 Comments Add yours

  1. judybarbera says:

    Funny! But what do leaves have to do with French Kissing!

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    1. There’s tongue everywhere!

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    1. Thanks. And the leafs also thank you.

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  2. The artwork, are they your handiwork.
    I truly like them. They would make great posters for kids rooms!

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    1. Thanks! All my artwork…

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      1. You certainly have a gift as an artist!

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      2. Thanks again! I’m retired and over 95% of my artwork was done over the past 7 months! Thanks to neuroplasticity and learning to write with my left hand as well as with my right. This has caused a synchronization of both brain hemispheres (the logical and creative)!

        I kid you not!

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  3. Amy Barbera says:

    So Funny Dad! I love it! 🙂

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    1. I found two leaveso outside the front door and this immediately came into my mind!

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  4. judybarbera says:

    Nice revisions in content and art!

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    1. Halbarbera says:

      Thank you…I added the word ‘cringeworthy’ to this old post to see what would happen and the numbers have gone up. Why?

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      1. Rupali says:

        May be your lucky day.

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