June 17, 2013 |
See complete forecast
Copy and paste the link:
That carol must be so popular they made a verb form of her name. Does it work like Google?
Get off my lawn!
Carol Ing? No, but I do know Anita Job.
Now I know why so many men sing out the name Carol when they see me coming. I never understood the progression of one thing or act leading to another before. It's the culmination I suppose - that coming together harmoniously....
Erline . . . ? That you cuzin?
When I was young my Sunday School class went carolling every year. I try every year to get my kids to go, but they're never interested. I think it can be fun. It beats sitting at homw watching TV.
Yeah but I was drunk and it was July. Told me to get off their lawn.
If memory serves, what many people don't realize is the source of this verbalization. Yes, we can conjugate Carol. This is the origin of conjugated visits; the first prisoner's wife was named Carol. Ironically, he was quite a singer and he told his buddies, "Last night I Caroled...for hours."
LOL Lets see someone top that!
No, people who have heard me sing say I give new meaning to the phrase 'living in the flat land.'
Bring me flesh and bring me wine, bring me pine logs hither.
Caroling seems to have become a lost art, sadly. As teens we took it quite seriously visiting the nursing homes, watching the elderly faces light up as we sang. Just the lovely expressions on the faces of those precious people (most of them terribly lonely) made it all worth our time. Thinking of my caroling friends (who are all still friends today) makes my heart smile. I know they remember, too.
and have been caroled to on the receiving end.
it is wonderful. I think the snow makes it sound even better.
12 hours, 39 minutes ago
---darn, had I known it was you Geekin, ... I'd have invited my dog to howl along with you!
Commenting has been disabled for this item.
Find more businesses on Marketplace
Arts & Entertainment ·