And if you remember 1966, when the song was originally released (as I do), you’re definitely a rock old-timer! And hey, now that you have it going through your head anyway:
If you see something, spell it correctly.
2 of 2 — or you probably would prefer I say II of II.
1 of 2 — or should I say I of II?
“If by ‘Free Spirits’ you mean an open bar, then yes, I love Free Spirits.”
Plus, “ET-The Extraterrestrial” would be abbreviated ET-TE.
The matryoshka dolls, also known as Russian nesting dolls, were first made in 1890 by Vasily Zvyozdochkin (1876-1956). The name literally means “little matron,” and is a diminutive form of Russian female given name “Matryona” or “Matriosha.” There was a great matryoshka gag in Waynovision back in 2016.
Stupid me: I’ve been using mine for a doorstop! Thought this would be a good follow-on to Friday’s post. (When choosing categories for this one, I debated about whether to click “Religion” — and while typing this, I decided the answer had to be yes.)
Yeah, I know: you’re at the end of your rope when it comes to terrible puns, so I look forward to seeing the comments thread.
I know not everyone will “get” this one, but those who do will enjoy it. (Hint)