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Angling for a Complement March 29, 2014

Posted by nrhatch in Home & Garden, Word Play.
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The last time we walked down Pine Avenue, I noticed Kermit fishing.

“Hey Kermit!  What cha doing?”

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“Oh, hi there.  I’m angling for a complement.”

“A compliment?  What kind of compliment?”

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“Not compliment.  Complement.  I’m hanging around, dangling this line, and angling for my soul mate . . .  the divine Miss Piggy.”

“What a compliment for Miss Piggy!”

Aah . . . that’s better!

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1. Grannymar - March 29, 2014

I think I need a fishing line….! 😉

nrhatch - March 29, 2014

Reel ’em in, GM!

2. Pix Under the Oaks - March 29, 2014

Kermie! What are you doing THERE!!!

nrhatch - March 29, 2014

It’s Kermit’s doppelganger.

Pix Under the Oaks - March 29, 2014

Ha!Ha!!!

3. diannegray - March 29, 2014

Very clever word play! 😀

nrhatch - March 29, 2014

Thanks, Dianne. The English language is so full of these tricky rabbits . . . it’s a wonder we ever get it write.

4. Behind the Story - March 29, 2014

Love it. Short and sweet.

nrhatch - March 30, 2014

Seeing Kermit fishing made me smile.

5. Three Well Beings - March 31, 2014

I’m very partial to Kermit and Miss Piggy. My son will be 37 years old in a couple of weeks, and while cleaning I found his stuffed Miss Piggy–the one he took to the hospital when he had tonsils out at three years old. LOL! Yes, I’m one of those who holds onto things like that. I’m going to give it to my son for his birthday! I hope he enjoys it.

nrhatch - March 31, 2014

That’s the kind of thing I would keep too, Debra! At least for awhile. Then I would do what you’ve planned to do ~> give it to your son or a grandchild.

I have a LuLu doll that belonged to mom when she was a girl ~ I’ll probably pass it on to the first grand-niece that appears on the scene.

6. jannatwrites - March 31, 2014

Cute 🙂

nrhatch - March 31, 2014

Ribbit!


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