What is Common is Not What is Common 🤦‍♀️🤷‍♀️🤣

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"Should I go when the light turns green?"
"Is a phone used to make calls?"
"Will I be able to tell time with this watch?"
Too obvious?
Of course not!
Consider this ... 
We face people who can't tell the difference between a dog and candle
Each can light up a room
Both can put a smile on your face
Both can make you feel all warm and cozy inside
Seems realistic ~ however ...
The one sitting on your nightstand won't ever bark!!
Maybe it's high time when we accept the oxymoron in people
"The candle barked while the dog flickered as a flame"
Pure ridiculous but, amazingly, true

A Thought by Katherine Matthews

A Guaranteed Love?

Lyrics: Love, exciting and new. Come aboard, we’re expecting you. Love, life sweetest rewards. Let it flow. It floats back to you. Love boat! Soon we’ll be making another run. The love boat promises something for everyone. Set a course for adventure; your mind on a new romance. Love, won’t hurt anymore. It’s an open smile on a friendly shore. Yes, love! Welcome aboard it’s love! ……………..A course for adventure where love is going to happen? Now, who wouldn’t want a guarantee like that? I’d gather everyone. There are times we get so caught up that we forget about our deepest and greatest desire. We lose focus on the bigger thing because if you don’t work you don’t eat; can’t pay a bill; can’t make a comfortable life for self let alone loved ones. We need love! All things without love is like an empty corpse left out in the wilderness rotting away.

I’ve been into watching romantic comedies and have the slightest clue why (lol). They’re pleasurable insomuch that, hopefully, I’ll laugh. And, likely because of personal experiences, I like to see how the relationship will start, explode and possibly make-up. For instance, I watched Divorce Invitations about a young woman traumatized by divorce. She was raised by her grandparents because her parents split just before her birth. She gets engaged to her boyfriend of 4 to 7 months. Asks him to sign a prenup which he doesn’t read. This prenup, maybe 15 pages long (lol) has a contingency clause stating if either one wants a divorce they would have to have a divorce ceremony. All who attended the wedding had to be invited; at least 10% had to show. The tux and bridal gown had to be worn and both speak at the ceremony. The one requesting divorce must divulge why they wanted it!

Well, every movie theme has a reason for it. The interesting twists make the movie funny. Tell me what you think ….!!