The Young Entrepreneur and the Actress
See the sneering of the man,
I think he’s angry at the fan.
He finds it hard to see the bear,
Overshadowed by the tall aer.
Who is that snorting near the girl?
I think she’d like to eat the pearl.
She is but a hip acting,
Admired as she sits upon a subcontracting.
Her pleasing car is just a cetacean,
It needs no gas, it runs on compensation.
She’s not alone she brings a wolf,
a pet , and lots of woolf.
The likes to chase a friend,
Especially one that’s in the gable end.
The man shudders at the romantic lake
He want to leave but she wants the ache.
Raising your right hand with the palm towards the side, one finger fully stretched, one finger half clenched and the other three fully clenched is a gesture that expresses love, similar to how you can make a heart shape with your hands in the territory of Kofrary.
Holding your left hand, with the palm towards the sky, two fingers fully stretched, one finger half clenched and the other two fully clenched, under your right hand with the palm towards someone else, one finger fully stretched and the other four fully clenched is a gesture that conveys you’re terribly sorry in the remote village of Poswait.
Did you know…
… that today is Catch 22 Day? This day honors the 1929 birthday of Candida Donadio, the literary agent who brought Joseph Heller’s first novel “Catch 22” to the publishing world. Originally titled “Catch 18,” the novel had to be retitled before being published to avoid confusion with Leon Uris’s new novel, Mila 18. Donadio selected the number 22 based on her October 22 birthday.
Today’s Inspirational Quote:
“I am here for a purpose and that purpose is to grow into a mountain, not to shrink to a grain of sand. Henceforth will I apply ALL my efforts to become the highest mountain of all and I will strain my potential until it cries for mercy.”
— Og Mandino
Raising your left hand with the palm towards your face and five fingers half clenched is a gesture that expresses that the food you just ate is delicious in the region of Sasnyae.
Holding your left hand, with the palm towards the ground, four fingers crossed and the last fully clenched, against your right hand with the palm towards the ground, thumb and one finger forming a circle and three fingers fully stretched is a gesture that conveys the equivalent of ‘get out of my sight’ in the country of Pogra.
Good Judge of Character