“Teach not thy lip such scorn, for it was made for kissing, lady, not for such contempt.” William Shakespeare

Not . . . quite . . . sure I want to do this . . .
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The History of Mistletoe in Pictures

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Photo courtesy Library of Congress

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  1. Ah, what a world when men were misogynists and women loved it.

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    1. Lol! Though I do find that men and women get along better when they leave out the scorn and kiss more. 🙂

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  2. Well said whoever that Shakespeare guy is. Also applies to men. Where ever do you find these obscure writers.

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    1. There are these things called books . . . lol.

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      1. Oh yes books. Those things I put on top of papers to keep them from blowing away. You mean they have words in side. You learn something new every day :).

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  3. gpcox says:

    I never knew that mistletoe went back that far.

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    1. I never knew what mistletoe really was. 🙂

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  4. Excuse me while I kiss the sky ! (Jimi Hendrix) ..under the Mistletoe..of course!! Ciao Adrian! 🙂

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    1. Oh, Jimi. He had some good tunes. The Wind Cries Mary being my favorite.

      All the best!
      A

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      1. Beautiful song!!! i like it too….
        “A broom is drearily sweeping
        up the broken pieces of yesterday’s life.
        Somewhere a Queen is weeping,
        somewhere a King has no wife.

        And the wind it cries Mary.”

        Have a WONDERFUL DAY! :)))

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