Faith is not certainty so much as it is acting-as-if in great hope.
Premium binders are on sale at the local office supplies store. Shall I buy several binders and fill them with premium men?
Certainly, if you can find any.
Of course, I'm not a poacher, so the men must be unattached, which narrows the field considerably. For instance, you'd be ineligible, Paul (A.). What a loss!
Paul (A.) --lol!
Having not yet met a man who does not rate himself as premium, could you be a tad more selective and do just the ones who feel compelled to legislate my reproductive parts? Thus, single is not a consideration ... and then shelve the whole lot!
... and then shelve the whole lot!Worthy of consideration, surely. If I added "good-looking" to the mix, the binders might then make nice picture books.
Premium men are scarce, indeed. Since Mimi and Margaret and I already have one each, we should perhaps not be greedy. Still, a binderful could be handy now and again.
Still, a binderful could be handy now and again.Indeed, cher Paul. You never know...
Like.And the pictures are certainly a good idea!
A man of quality does not fear being equally binder'd.;-/
JCF, that's very good.
JCF--Amen to that! And, very good indeed.Inquiring minds want to know if they have to be three-hole punched?
Whatever's on sale, Bonnie.
Bonnie, more likely two, premium or no.
Well, if there MUST be piercings, so be it ... but we draw the line at tattoos unless it is an actual Navy man ...
Genette, I can't very well exclude men with tattoos, since I have one myself.
Tattoos generally INVOLVE drawing a line, and then sometimes filling in the area.
Whatever works for you, dear Grandmere ...
I think we're close to the line.
I thought that counting holes put us over the line.
True Paul (A.). I didn't like to say...
Premium men? You can use a 1/2 inch binder and still have lots of room to spare! Part of that is due to the fact that Paul (A.) is not eligible.
Careful whiteycat. We don't want all the compliments to go to (Paul A.)'s head.
What compliments? My ineligibility is due to my being "attached", as Mimi noted above. So it doesn't matter whether I am of "premium" quality or not (a matter open for discussion -- just ask Catherine (A.) on a bad day).
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