Wonder Wench Writes

The e-coli virus in Europe has mutated far beyond what anyone ever expected.  And I KNOW HORSES!  Do not ever believe that what an animal has cannot be caught by a human.

 

PLEASE

BE

CAREFUL …

 As for that Louie-Louie Lad of mine … I dunno what his problem is … he sure tastes good to me.  Oh … that’s not what he meant …

 Now look, Big Louie, good taste is usually in the eye (or the mouth) of the beholder.  Fart machines are REALLY not part of ordinary life … or even unordinary life … I oughta know, one of my relatives thinks it is fun and heaven help him if he ever tries it around me.  Is it just that guys have a much lower sense of “cute” ?  Burps and farts and other noises from various body parts do nothing to amuse me … and anyone who projects that sort of fun only gets my goat … or horse, if you prefer …

 I must admit that my Louie-Louie Lad very seldom goes that far on purpose (that I know of) and he projects good taste all over the place.  How else can even Big Louie His Own Bad Self explain the gentleness and care with which he looks after me?  It’s been nearly three years since I decided to dismount while in motion and the roof is beginning to fall apart for me in some ways … but that good tasting Louie-Louie Lad of mine just smiles and says, “Okay, so we can’t run the marathon … but we can climb in our little airplane and fly somewhere for lunch …” and he never says “Get a grip” … or “Grow up” …

 He is beyond good taste …

One Response to “Wonder Wench Writes”

  1. Betsy says:

    LWW, I found a book on “weird and wondrous words” on the second hand shelf of our library the other day, and ironically I opened it right to this word — BORBORYGM. It is “the noise made by gas in the bowels. Yes, a fart. ‘Mom, Quentin’s doing Work Experience in Social Welfare Studies this term. He goes round a different suburb every Thursday afternoon leaving borborygm’s in phone booths.’ ” 😉

    I’m not sure what you meant by “the roof is beginning to fall apart for me in some ways.” I hope you’re OK and glad you’ve got someone “beyond good taste” in your corner.