a litany of woes*

don't expect the worst* it'll seem better in the morning*
Dr Pepper! what's the worst that could happen?**

(*to quote my mother***)(**to quote a rather bizarre advertising campaign)(***it is the morning!!! why doesn't it seem better???)(ok, so I know the worst isn't going to happen. . . but still. . .)


Dave said...

I don't think I've ever tasted Dr Pepper. Or Irn Bru (does it taste of iron, I wonder? Does Dr Pepper taste of pepper?).

Christopher said...

Taking this and your previous post together, I think I should like to write a book in which every page contained something to make both you and Dave feel cheerful and vibrant with sweet content. I think I'll start it now...

I, Like The View said...

Christopher you're a sweetie - but really, I'm responsible for my own happiness!


however, I do like words that make me smile. . .

. . .and I smile whenever I get comments from you and Dave. . .

. . .so, just carry on as you are and that will do nicely - thank you!

Dave I think that Dr P and The Bru were designed for men who need to prove themselves

or those women in Newcastle who wear boob tubes and bandages for skirts in the middle of winter

so I have no idea what they taste like either

(I know that was a bit of a risque comment, but go with me)

Dave said...


Mel said...

I'm a Pepper, he's a Pepper, she's a Pepper, we're a Pepper, wouldn't you like to be a Pepper, too....lalalala

An equally bad ad campaign--but stuck nonetheless.

Never liked it, never will.
k....with my luck it's a case of 'never say never'. LOL

((((((( ILTV )))))))))

Sun's comin' up--new day! :-)

Mel said...

And rawrrrrrrr that the comment I thought I made yesterday got consumed by Moofie!


mig said...

I've never tasted Dr Pepper either. Eldest used to consume more of it than could possibly have been good for all of us put together so I thought it best not to.
The sun's out though?
See you soon.