went to see MOM for MOTHERS day and jw dad showed up
par·a·graphˈperəˌɡraf/nounnoun: paragraph; plural noun: paragraphs
verbverb: paragraph; 3rd person present: paragraphs; past tense: paragraphed; past participle: paragraphed; gerund or present participle: paragraphing
- 1.a distinct section of a piece of writing, usually dealing with a single theme and indicated by a new line, indentation, or numbering.
synonyms: section, subdivision, part, subsection, division, portion, segment, passage More"the concluding paragraph"report, article, item, sidebar, piece, write-up, mention"a paragraph in the newspaper"
- 1.arrange (a piece of writing) in paragraphs.
I love you and your mom. I wish I lived by you. xoxo
I like you JYD you the man bro !
Yes kids the direct approach works best with the uber dub crowd. It's all good but watch your BP man
Maybe you could bring your Dad a bunch of good, tastyJERKY for Father's Day and not explain the symbolic significance of the gift until a few days after he'd eaten it all. Not the real hot spicy habanero stuff - unless that is what he likes. In addition to Beef, there is Pork and even Fish, not to mention the exotic meats you can get from Cabella's or other expedition suppliers.
I'm sure you get the joke, but don't tell him what it is until After he's eaten it all.
"Take, eat... this is my fish."