Premise of a Promise…
Straight out of Romeo and Juliet.
(But of course, you’d know that.)
And know this too: Lance is in-love with being in-love—Just gotta find the right girl…. ‘Tis a life-long quest. Kinda like the search for the Holy Grail.
“O, swear not by the moon, the inconstant moon, That monthly changes in her circled orb, Lest that thy love prove likewise variable…”
And, surprise! I wrote a paper on this as well.
Got an A-Plus.
Then I moved in with my Prof, My Shakespeare Prof.
Got a B-Minus on that endeavor.
My Goal ‘Tonight’ is to catch up.
To catch up with my blogging friends.
I aim (good Texan verb, ‘aim’) to read and comment on one thousand! Posts! Shazam!! “Gall Eee Sargent Carter!”
Gomers found here
Now of course even y’all Yankees out there recognize that as hyperbole at best and bullshit at real.
Only people who use WP Reader can even ‘like’ a thousand posts a night with the simple-minded click of a simple-minded mouse. And Hell! It ain’t the mouse that is simple. It’s the mouse driver.
So, I just say: I will try (jes’ as soon as I post this here post) to get to readin’ ‘stead of writin’.
This is my goal and it is an honorable one. I may get to fifteen, but my likes and my comments are the real deal… so take that with some grain of… humble
And yes, I hope to prosper by my efforts (i.e., get more of y’all to read MY shit—tit for tat, eh? Yeah, that is what it is all about, ain’t it, Alfie?
Tits and tats
Or, my personal favorite:
It is always about tits yet, I am a ‘leg and ass man.’ Go figger her figure…
And I will be seeing you in all the familiar places (That is a song! Get yer minds outta them gutters, fer fuck sake!)
Since I seem to have swerved back into my Nat Wood kick….
And no. Nat did NOT do her own singing.
But, Y’all knew that too.
It was this Fine Lady:
Classically trained, Ms. Nixon was throughout the 1950s and ’60s the unseen — and usually uncredited — singing voice of the stars in a spate of celebrated Hollywood films. She dubbed Deborah Kerr in “The King and I,” Natalie Wood in “West Side Story” and Audrey Hepburn in “My Fair Lady,” among many others.