Monday, July 3, 2017

Saluting John Hancock, July 4th Erotica




Have a great holiday weekend, Dear Sillies.
To those in Canada, keep celebrating!
Love you all.

29 comments:

  1. Old Glory, raise it high! Long may it wave! (Hee hee, this is your best one yet, Robyn! Happy Independence Day!)

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    1. Haha! Thanks so much, Debra. May freedom rise to the challenge. =)

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  2. Have wonderful holiday celebration. Greetings!

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  3. Thanks for this. It just isn't a holiday without a little fun erotica from you. Take care and Happy Fourth.

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  4. Ran the flag up the pole
    Playing music loud with soul
    In theory we are free
    From a king of tyranny?

    Enjoy your 4th and stay safe. Great poeterotica

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  5. Hope you have a grand day with plenty of wieners coming your way. But don't neglect to inspect before the right one you select.

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  6. Well done, Robyn. That's a goody. Wave your flag high and proud.

    Love,
    Janie

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  7. Delightful Robyn, John Hancock did have a rather large uh signature, didn't he? Have a happy 4th!

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  8. I think 'the big gift of Hancock' may be my new favorite expression, ever.

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  9. Robyn, you have a way of making every holiday a special one. Ha! Hope you have a nice 4th of July! :)

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  10. To chew on our knees, Robyn? That's a step too far for me - I'm going to re-read the Declaration of Independence to check whether that's really a fundemental liberty!

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    1. You apes don't do that on a regular basis, GB? I thought that was one of your most honed skills.

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  11. Ah freedom. I'll run it up the pole and see who salutes it.

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  12. You always make me laugh and here is something for ya....the famous " We the people, by The people, for the people...." , well, my mom always would save her head and didn't like hearing it. As a kid, I didn't understand why. She finally told me about 10 years ago....people( the sound not the spelling and not sure if it is a German dialect), in German, means penis!

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    1. That's hilarious, Birgit! Thank you for telling me. I must use this new information to my advantage somehow. Smiles.

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  13. To chew on our knees, Robyn? That's a step too far for me - I'm going to re-read the Declaration of Independence to check whether that's really a fundemental liberty!

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  14. Hey Robyn,

    Nice one. Having read this, I might just have a celebration weiner.

    Hope y'all had a nice Fourth of July, which, eh, does indeed come after Canada's Day, eh!

    Gary :)

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  15. Darlings, I'm back from camping - with a few projects to tackle. Please excuse my absence and/or tardiness. I had a great 4th weekend-ish, and I'll be back in touch soon.

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  16. Just be sure to put that Hancock back in its proper quill.

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  17. This is so hilarious. Thanks for sharing!


    www.ficklemillennial.com

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  18. Its enough to put hand on my.. er, heart... and sigh,
    If only I could fly,
    that way
    it's simply be as easy as looking in the mirror you'd say
    Oh God, I think I need to pray.

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    1. Buwahaha. You are the silliest, Anthony. And quite poetic too. Yikes.
      Love ya.

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  19. Oh my, oh my, oh my. So I'm guessing there were a lot of...fireworks last 4th?

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    1. Haha, great response, Lux!
      Lots of...sparks -shall we say?- flew high that night.

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  20. I downloaded a kindle copy of your book and started reading it while flying back to Scotland and have enjoyed it. Sorry, I missed the 4th as I was where it wasn't celebrated.

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    1. You're wonderful for doing that, Sage. I really appreciate it, especially since it's not your typical genre. Glad you're enjoying it.

      A visit to Scotland is a darn good reason to miss the 4th of July.

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