Friday, February 13, 2009

Kiss Descriptions

Thanks for your Valentine Day suggestions for the missus and I. Not sure which one I'm doing even at this late date, but there were several possibilities.



"A kiss is a few bits of love compiled into a byte."

"A kiss is two divided by nothing."

"A kiss is a contraction of the mouth due to an expansion of the heart."

"A kiss is the reaction resulting from the interaction between two hearts."

"A kiss must be considered an investment that is profitable when returned."

"A kiss is one of those things for which the demand is always higher than the supply."

"A kiss is persecution for the child, ecstasy for the youth, and homage for the old."

"A kiss is divine."

"A kiss is a clean, green, renewable energy resource that works best when recycled often."

"A kiss is an oral stimulant taken by mouth that can often cure what ails you."

"A kiss is when the party of the first part and the party of the second part have reached a mutually beneficial understanding that two (2) pair of lips shall co-exist in, for all practical purposes, the same space and time for a temporary period."

"A kiss is that which will cost your career if experienced with anyone other than your spouse."

"I'm sorry. I'm not familiar with that word."

[selected from with lots of additional material by Mark Raymond]


I love Valentine's Day. Not because I'm a big romantic lug or anything, but because when Valentine's Day rolls around, it usually means that Spring Training is right behind! Woo hoo!

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