Sunday, November 11, 2007

Silly Sunday, too!



One step closer to New York, Marilyn!
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*The term "Bronx Cheer" is used sarcastically because it is not a cheer, it is used to show disapproval. The term originated as a reference to Bronx, New York, and the call used by spectators in Yankee Stadium

5 comments:

Marilyn MonREOW said...

My darling Mickeybear,

*giggle, giggle, giggle*! Now I can give Mom the raspberry not only from my blog, but from yours, too! And thank you so much for educating me on what a Bronx Cheer is -- I know what you mean; I was indeed giving Mom a Bronx Cheer in the fullest sense of the term, *smile*! I really wish she would let me blog every day again -- hey, perhaps I could change the password on her computer so only I can get in...!

I keep trying to help her with her novel by walking across the keys but she says my contributions aren't advancing the plot... *sigh*. Picky, picky *wink*!

I think Mom will let me do a blog post for Monday, though -- and I am studying on what kind of poem I want to write for you next -- I am feeling very poetic!87 <===== (I just ran across the keyboard again!)

Much love and warm furrypurrs and floofsnuggles from Your Kittypie!

Marilyn MonREOW said...

My darling Mickeybear,

Ahhhh, but you are such a clever code-cracker, my dearest! That's indeed what 87 means -- I will teleport right over for snuggles -- and leisurely and loving whisker-kisses! *giggle*!

Worlds of love and many warm furrypurrs and floofsnuggles to come from Your Kittypie!

Henry Helton said...

Why don't ya come on over and see my new sister. She was my secret!

Marilyn MonREOW said...

Guess what, my dearest! I have given you an award *smile*. Come see, come see!

Love always from Your Kittypie!

Monica said...

Poor Marilyn was not taken seriously with her Bronx cheer. I hope she will get to write another poem soon.