The Elves are Santa's helpers.
And this is true because.
According to English Grammar
They are a Subordinate Claus.
Dog - Er - Ill
A mixed breed is now a 'Designer Dog'
However, there's a big 'But'.
Not so very long ago that pup
Was referred to as just a mutt.
In math it's taught Pi R Square
But this is what I've found
No matter how you slice it
Pi is usually round.
Off The Hook
OFF THE HOOK
My kids don't like fish very much
But I could not be happier.
They aren't eating at home tonight
So I'll make Salmon or Tilapia.
It's a very frustrating feeling,
When one can enjoy some "SALSA",
If one needs to come up with Oak
And all one has is Balsa.
Looks, position and some wealth are
The main dishes on the dating platter.
And if one has the last one as a rich dessert.
The first two courses won't much matter.
Well, it's over and I am single
Yet my hopes are not dimmin'
To find someone special in my life,
Sends my imagination swimmin'
A romantic re-start with a loving heart
And with some serious 'Shein' ' and 'Himin' '.
But this I learned about divorce court,
It's a bad place to try and meet women.
So, What's Noose?
SO, WHAT'S NOOSE?
There's a magazine about weddings
That is named, "THE KNOT".
It has articles about marriage
And bridal fashions that are hot
There's focus on the Bride - to - be
And about having her special day.
Here's pre-marital advice for the grooms,
Is just leave off the "K"
When it comes to getting married
There is this lesson to learn,
Beware of toasting flutes that say,
"To Whom It May Concern".
Another version that can cause stress
Or might leave one quite perplexed,
Would be the matched pair of glasses
That refers to you as, "NEXT".
There is some things we do in life
We wish we could retrieve
The one action that triggers another
Having a result we can't conceive
That includes a hope or dream
That does not come true
Or, just not in quite the way
In which we would like it to
One of those moments I'd take back
That can still make me sigh and grieve
Was buying her a 'Good Fortune' bamboo plant
Never thinking that she’d ever leave