In one of those genie-in-a-bottle stories, a poor man wishes for a million dollars, and he really should have been suspicious when the genie acceded so, shall I say, genially? to his request. Sure enough, the hapless hero receives one million gold coins in a showering cascade over the top of his head, resulting in [...]
Posts Tagged ‘unkind’
April 11th, 2012 5 Comments
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April 9th, 2011 8 Comments
I’ve heard some propose a national day of encouragement, and it’s not a bad idea. How difficult, really, is it to walk up to someone and say that the blue of their blouse brings out the blue in their eyes?
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