Quite a hunk

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Lance was quite a hunk. Sadly, the only thing holding the eyes in his head was the vacuum inside.
Credit:
Nimchira sent this to me in a slightly different version via email.  I modified the caption, a little bit.
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30 comments on “Quite a hunk

  1. Geneviève Ariès says:

    Hahaha……!
    That is the best and funniest poem ever written!
    Brilliant!

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  2. OOOOO what has Dear Husband been doing? Hmm? Has he got you all riled up?

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  3. willowdot21 says:

    OH!! that is most gorgeous males…. not all I conceed but most!! 😉 xx

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  4. cindy knoke says:

    hilarious!!! I went on a few dates with guys like that back in the day….don’t tell anyone I said that. Not pc I suppose!

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    • I laughed too!! hahahaha

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      • Brenda says:

        Sounds like an ideal male. LOL

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        • I don’t, personally, know anyone like this, but I have heard such conversations: Baaa baaa. Baaa baaa.

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          • Brenda says:

            I’m surrounded by geniuses most of the time… but once in a while I meet someone uncomplicated and sweet, and I feel refreshed.

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          • Many extremely bright people are uncomplicated and sweetly refreshing, has been my fortunate experience. Most have complicated lives, but they, themselves, are not. It is just too much bother to be deceitful when everything is so tangled up anyway. Why make it all worse? That is for jealous others, the deceitful mediocre, the hurtful nasties. There is political and social and personal manipulation that is quite clever …. but I can’t call it the work of genius or gifted or the blessed. That is something else.

            Bright folk and True. Yes. We are blessed to encounter such persons 🙂

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          • Brenda says:

            Yes, I agree for the most part, but many bright folk are ambitious, and sometimes it turns ruthless. Luckily I have the sweet, thoughtful, rational type in my life. (Mostly)

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          • I have found genius is often impatient, rather then ambitious, but the merely bright are ambitious and willing to step on others, take what they are jealous of, manipulate and take credit for the work of others, denigrate, black ball, and in some cases drive to madness and/or suicide —-but to me this is not genius this is a lesser something that feels unblessed. Then again, genius, have such complete understanding of their own approach to what ever they are working on are also, often, gifted teachers. those who are not so bright, but are close enough to know it, are the ruthless ones denying others access as if knowledge is a possession to accumulate and count rather than to use, as genius does.

            You are right in that the world of grant funding and competitive corporate studies is often manipulated by the merely very bright ruthless types who manipulate and sometimes enslave the true genius or forces them into fields of study they would prefer to avoid or a least approach in a more productive or healthy manner. Really, if one is NOT genius and NEEDS genius to accomplish some goal or the other, the easiest way to HAVE genius is to OWN a genius. It seems to me that when genius is corrupted by circumstances to act ruthless, it is corrupted to be less, it has becomes something else. If the joy in understanding goes, so does the genius.

            But I am in first person contact with that world only indirectly now. I haven’t been involved for many years. So I probably don’t know what I am talking about, except in the small circle of persons of genius and good hearts with whom I have been blessed to associate.

            When I read about poor Lance, of the thick skull, I first thought how glad I am that arranged marriages are passé (and it better stay that way!!) in our part of the world. 🙂

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          • Brenda says:

            Yes, I get your point, and I come to agree. The things you talk about, I am sheltered from, here on my ivory footstool. Impatience better describes what I deal with. Many blessings to you and yours, Wise Grandmother. 🙂 Brenda

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          • Wise-ass more like 🙂 thank you XXOO

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          • Brenda says:

            LOL Copious laughing. XOXO

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