Goggled v2


Davy, I know this has depth but allow me a giggle at the word Goggle instead of Google. The three humans in the sofa so transfixed into another world, whatever it may be.
May we choose carefully what we goggle at or what we Google.

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Ogglers lol goggling lol , this hits the mind as you read. Good one , Davy. Never fail to amaze with your creative thought.

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Excellent, Davy. This haiku prompted several rereads because of the story it tells, and the sketch is perfect. Kudos!

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They certainly look like blank minds in your drawing Davy. Best comment on Gogglebox I’ve heard.

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The temptation to just zone out is great these days. God bless our young minds.πŸ˜ŒπŸ™ƒπŸ˜‰

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Oh! So so so true, Davy!
This made me laugh, as I often call “Google” “Goggle” or “Giggle”. Just to see what reaction people give me. πŸ˜€
I guess anyone can become internet-famous these days! And that can be baffling, sad, weird, etc.
And there is a gaggle of blank minds goggling at Google!
HUGS!!! πŸ™‚

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    Thank you Carolyn and I am glad you picked up some of the irony in the poetry. Over here in the UK we have a TV programme called Gogglebox, which is people filmed watching television programmes. I wonder where entertainment will take us next?
    Maybe I will Giggle it πŸ™‚ I won’t be able to get that out of my head now.

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      HA! I did not know that about Gogglebox! That is funny and weird. No offense. πŸ˜€

      Yes, I say that, “I’m gonna’ go goggle that” or “go giggle that” and people look at me funny. But, I’m used to such looks! o_O πŸ˜›

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Yes! Goggled and mind-boggled. πŸ™‚

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