Skip to content

Announcements

i'm a little coconut.
sitting in a coco patch.
somebody came and stepped on me.
i am squished as you can see.
i'm a nut.
i'm a nut.
i'm a nut. i'm a nut. i'm a nut nut nut.
cutesies :D
avatar
skypper posted:
Reply
 
avatar
slik_kitty responded:
awwww
If your car could travel at the speed of light, would your headlights work - steven wright
 
avatar
snowyowl33 responded:
that's tooo cute!
 
avatar
ibex7 responded:
See Snowy n' Kitty. Cookie said she couldn't imagine any Romance in the Cocopatch! . . . (notice the little girl's hand and the boy's necktie)

(That's pretty suggestive romance, Skypper. We need more of this kind of coconut behavior to warm up to).
Bravo!!
 
avatar
bpcookie replied to ibex7's response:
 
avatar
slik_kitty replied to ibex7's response:
romance in the patch???? gasp!!!!!
If your car could travel at the speed of light, would your headlights work - steven wright
 
avatar
skypper replied to slik_kitty's response:
uh huhhhh, yeah kitty you know you just can't stay away from those gnomes
 
avatar
skypper replied to ibex7's response:
That's the good kind of romance goat
 
avatar
bpcookie replied to skypper's response:

I think the dog better check the cats I.D. first. I dont think its old enough to be dating.
 
avatar
skypper replied to bpcookie's response:
awwwwww thats such a sweet pic cookie i love it ))


Spotlight: Member Stories

About Me I live in sunny, steaming hot, Arizona. I've been married for 10 yrs and have a daughter who is 17. Also my dog who was 20 yrs old. just...More

Helpful Tips

real useable smilies part 1
these will knock your socks off. snowy finally got her drooling smilie! copy the url below. click on add image above the posting window. ... More
Was this Helpful?
16 of 26 found this helpful

Helpful Resources

Be the first to post a Resource!

Related News

There was an error with this newsfeed

Report Problems With Your Medications to the FDA

FDAYou are encouraged to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit the FDA MedWatch website or call 1-800-FDA-1088.