Mad Dogs and Englishmen #3

Mad Dogs and Englishmen _3

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lol .. do brits cry???

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Brilliant ! English Haiku a la Spike Milligan !

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This makes me smile Davy…☺

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Amusing, pointed, and so cleverly worded, Davy. Perhaps it is that we Brits show our emotions best in our poetry rather than our tears.

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I came back to read it again. You really do have a way to pack it densely with meaning in so few words! I agree with Yasmin 🙂

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Wow….this evoked a smile – and awe at your ability to capture the sentiment. 🙂

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Here in America, the college kids now have to have a safe zone where they can go when someone hurts their feelings. The rising ocean level is not from global warming. It’s from all the tears shed because their toast is too brown.

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    We are not far behind that in the UK Jerry. My neighbours daughter school sports day was cancelled recently because the grass was too wet.

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      I think that’s a new standard. Even for us wussies here. I could only imagine what my high school coach ‘Earl the Squirrel’ would have done to us if we would have mentioned something like that. I would probably still be running laps and listening to him yell, “pick up the pace you peckerwarts, my dead grandma can run faster than that.

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      Ha ha ha Jerry. Earl the Squirrel, I think I could have won an Olympic medal with a coach like that. The funny thing about the school slip incident was it was a teacher who slipped on the grass and decided to cancel the sports day.

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      And then he probably went to play golf instead.

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