Create "short sentences using the last word"

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Jan 6, 2013
 
Mornings are ideal for meditation.

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Jan 6, 2013
 
meditation,'i' didn't know squirrels did that?

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#2544
Jan 6, 2013
 
That is a NUTTY statement.

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#2545
Jan 6, 2013
 
Statement made by a politician is subject to change.
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#2546
Jan 6, 2013
 
Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
Statement made by a politician is subject to change.
Change wears holes in pockets.

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#2547
Jan 6, 2013
 
Pockets...you ever heard the song his pants were full of pockets and his socks were full of holes?
Barefooted boy with boots on - Google it..
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#2548
Jan 6, 2013
 
Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
Pockets...you ever heard the song his pants were full of pockets and his socks were full of holes?
Barefooted boy with boots on - Google it..
It is good for a laugh.

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#2549
Jan 6, 2013
 
It's a real song!
A barefooted boy with boots on came running down the street
his pants were full of pockets his boots were full of feet

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Jan 6, 2013
 
My mother sang this to me when growin up to put me to sleep:

“The Barefoot Boy with Boots On” is one of many wild and woolly songs composed by the late Asa Martin of Irvine, Ky. Asa was, for much of his early career, a talent scout for several east Kentucky radio stations...back when live broadcasts were the rule rather than the exception. His inventive guitar style made him much in demand for recordings (he recorded extensively with Doc Roberts) and for fiddling contests. Probably Asa’s most well known songs is “Hot Corn, Cold Corn,” the very first surrealistic bluegrass song, recorded by Flatt and Scruggs. Asa died in his garden last August, ending a life of great vitality and music.

The tune I use here is not Asa’s but rather “The Death of Floyd Collins,” as inspired by Tracy Schwarz. The last verse is lifted from “The Dying Fishermsn’s Lament” or “The Raving of Sir Rupt.” Take your pick.

Oh, the night was dark and cloudy
The moon was shining bright
The stars were casting burning rays
On the storm that raged that night
Lightening struck the cowshed
And the cows all chewed their cud
Moonlight set the prairie on fire
In the middle of the woods

Oh, the barefoot boy with boots on
Come a-shuffling down the street
His pants were full of pockets
And his boots were full of feet
He was born when he was a baby
His grandma’s pride and joy
His only sister was a girl
And his brother was a boy

He never was a triplet
But he always was a twin
His legs were fastened to his knees
Just below his chin
And his feet were fastened to his ankles
Several inches from his shoulder
And when he grew up he became a man
And everyday got older

He married him a woman
Who quickly became his wife
For you see he could not marry her
And maintain a single life
Her head was full of notions
And her mouth was full of tongue
They raised a dozen children
All born when they was young

Six boys, five girls
And then another child
They never tried to raise them right
Just let them grow up wild
And late in the evening
They’d send them off to bed
Not sure if they was living
And they wished they all was dead

The youngest was a baby
But the oldest was one first
The good one was the bad one
But the bad one was the worst
They never knew their ages
No, they never seemed to care
‘Cause they knew they had a birthday
And it came ‘round once a year

They never knew their father’s age
But they always had a hunch
That he was born before their time
Was the oldest of the bunch
And when they died they could not speak
Their names they could not tell
The girls all went to heaven
And the boys all went to

The organ peeled potatoes
Lard was rendered by the choir
When the parson rang the dishrag
Someone set the church on fire
“Hole smokes!” the preacher shouted
As he madly tour his hair
Now his head resembles heaven
For there’ll be no parting there

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#2551
Jan 6, 2013
 
Feet are useful if you want to get around on foot.

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#2552
Jan 6, 2013
 
PS: KY heritage doesn't suck!
'i' know things no-one else knows
and 'i' just proved it!

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#2553
Jan 6, 2013
 
Vee wrote:
Feet are useful if you want to get around on foot.
Foot & Mouth disease can be
a pain for farmers concerned...

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Jan 6, 2013
 
Concerned over what kind of economy we will have this year, I shudder to think, hopefully,only positive outlooks will suffice.

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Concerned about Prof. Vee, could this be his problem? Don't know about the foot part?

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Jan 6, 2013
 
Part is something you will never see in the hair of bald people.

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Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
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Thankful my computer does NOT have smellovision.But a shovel might be helpful.

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#2559
Jan 6, 2013
 
Vee wrote:
Part is something you will never see in the hair of bald people.
Where do you (HH) come up with some of these pictures?

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People are more fun than most animals.
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#2560
Jan 6, 2013
 
quilterqueen wrote:
<quoted text>Where do you (HH) come up with some of these pictures?

Back to the game...

People are more fun than most animals.
Animals are more furry than most humans.

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Humans can bite worse than animals can.

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