Sunday, March 08, 2009

I wish you weren't charming.

This is post 621. (I'm almost typed "This is poet 621," which would have been a completely different kind of entry.) I keep thinking I should "celebrate" the big numbers, but I never think of it when it is a big number. Maybe at 1000 I'll find something worthy of post 1000. (Please feel free to suggest what would be worthy of post 1000.)

This post (and poet) has nothing to do with the number 621. This post, before I realized it was too late to be writing such an argument, was about men. Men and their gift for sudden moments of charming-ness. And these are real men too--no fictional characters on the stage tonight.


Th. said...


I have 1000 coming up fast (next week?) and I'm not sure what to do. I've forgotten nearly all the big numbers though. I think I've done 100, 200, 300 and 600.

Anna B said...

wait! who was charming? what happened?

Lauren said...

I second Anna's comments! Who's charming??

mlh said...

Prince Charming? (And why is it that Charming is his distinguishing characteristic? Why not, for example, Prince Handsome? Prince Smarty? or Prince Financially-Responsible? What is it about "charming" that slays us ladies in the aisles?)

I need more story about dish.

ambrosia ananas said...

i really love that rendition. i just listened to it like fifteen times.


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