Barb in trouble again. You have to admire her tenacity and the force of her convictions though. :confused: :rolleyes::roto2cafe: This is why you want to be "light" infantry. When things get bad it is easier to get out of there. "She who fights and runs away, lives to fight another day."...
No. Now that you ask. I don't think my wife even notices my snoring
One of the challenges great composers face
Who says old people can't learn new tricks?
Senior swim at the Gym
Born to be Wild in Arkansas!
There is a somehow fitting story in a German newspaper about the family of a female German journalist. This family possibly owns the oldest preserved German chicken in a bottling jar of the wartime year 1914 / 1915, possibly preserved on Christmas 1914 in preparation of even harder coming years with possible times of starvation etc.
The glass with the chicken was never opened and this family is now telling its story with a new kind of calendar as you can read at the end of this story:
Went for a walk with my new girlfriend and we saw dogs mating.
She said: "How does the male know when the female is ready for sex?"
I replied: "He can smell she is ready. That's how nature works."
We then walked past a sheep field and the ram was mating the ewe.
Again my girlfriend asked: "How does the ram know when the ewe is ready for sex?"
I replied: "It's nature. He can smell she is ready."
We then went past a cow-field and the bull was mating with the cow.
My girlfriend said: "This is odd. They are really going at it. Surely the bull can't smell when she is ready?"
I said: "Oh, yes; it's nature. All animals can smell when the female is ready for sex."
Anyway, after the walk, I dropped her home and kissed her goodbye.
She said: "Take care and get yourself checked out for Covid-19."
Surprised, "Why do you say that?" I asked her.
She replied: "You seem to have lost your sense of smell."