ITS VALENTINES DAY!!!

NOTE TO MALES: It is the policy of MOL to assure that our male followers always “Get Their Girl”.  Since Valentine’s Day is coming up, we urge you to include the following words in your next communication (text, E-mail, or letter) with the love of your life!! Romantic “success” is guaranteed to follow!!

Look what has happened with just one kiss, I never knew that I could be in love like this.

~Mike Hawker and Ivor Raymonde, I Only Want To Be With You, performed by
Dusty Springfield (a Celt and humanity’s prettiest overly eye made up, gay,
evening gowned, dusky voiced, bleached and teased blonde haired female per-
former).

There is always someone, for each of us they say, and you’ll be my someone, forever and a day.

~Tom Springfield (yup, Dusty’s brother, also a Celt), I’ll Never Find Another You,
Performed by the Seekers

My love is warmer than the warmest sunshine, softer than a sigh. My love is deeper than the deepest ocean, wider than the sky.
My love is brighter than the brightest star that shines every night above.
And there is nothing in this world that can ever change my love.

~Tony Hatch, My Love, performed by Petula Clark (a Celt)

Or, for the more cerebral paramour:

To be, or not to be: that is the question:
Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to fight and suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune,
Or to just agree and head to the boudoir.
~William Shakespeare (also a Celt), Hamlet, Act 3, Scene 1, performed by Hamlet

Last (and certainly least), for the rap crowd:

Bend over and spread ’em girl; show me those p—y pearls.
Rub that ass and play with that cl-t; you know I like that freaky sh-t.
~Luther Campbell, David Hobbs (not the racer), Marquis Ross, and Christopher
Wongwan (hopefully a fictional last name) (probably not Celts), Pop That Coochie, performed by 2
Live Crew

Alan Bianco
Alan Bianco

I am a retired lawyer living south of the Mason Dixon line. I have always wanted to write on politics and now I do. I write with a twinkle in my eye and in my posts. I hope reading my commentaries makes you think. . . and laugh.