The post’ll go up tomorrow,

Bet your bottom comment that tomorrow there’ll be blog.

Tomorrow, tomorrow!  I’ll blog ya, tomorrow,

It’s only a post…aaah…waaaaaaay!

Oh, and if you didn’t see xpat’s link to the WWII Facebook page in comments,  you should pay more attention.

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I've accepted that all of you are socially superior to me. But no pretending that any of you are rational.
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10 Responses to Tomorrow

  1. Edohiguma says:

    One day more…
    Another day, another destiny…

    • wormme says:

      Ooooh, very nice, thanks.

    • Xpat says:

      That’s a great cover of Susan Boyle’s song!

      (No, but seriously, I didn’t know where that song came from until now.)

      So, continuing in the category, “songs with ‘tomorrow’ in the title”:

      • Edohiguma says:

        You. Have. Never. Seen. Les Mis……


        • Xpat says:

          Yeah, well.

          What can I say?

          I can’t even pronounce it.

          Loo me say RHRHRHAAA bluh?

          • Edohiguma says:

            Can’t say anything, still fainted…

            I rather give you epic Javert

          • Xpat says:

            I . . . appreciate operas and musicals from afar, but have never been able to get into them that much, even though I’ve played in a lot of them for local productions!

            I understand that this deficiency is totally my own (the same way I lack the “poetry appreciation gene” and the “sports fan gene”).

            But for Edo’s sake, I’ll put loo me say RGHRGHAA bluh up on the “to see” list. OK?


            Edo? Edo?

          • wormme says:

            Likewise deficient on the masterpieces of musical theatre. I love Pirates of Penzance, after that things get spotty. Thankfully the Looney Tunes introduced me to a few classics.

  2. Xpat says:

    Russia to Germany: “Suck on that ice cold popsicle of awful.”

  3. Xpat says:

    This doesn’t make up for my musical transgressions, and it doesn’t have the word “tomorrow” in it, but, by gosh, it’s funny.

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