Love is Blind?
Phil, a smart and handsome young man, walked into this local pub.
He noticed a woman gazing at him without blinking her big eyes.
Phil felt flattered, so he walked up to the woman and said in his
deepest voice, "I'll do anything you wish, beautiful lady, for just
$20, but there is one condition."
The woman appeared to be trapped in the moment and asked as if
in a trance, '"What's your condition?"
Phil answered, "Tell me your wish in just three words."
There was a long pause, the woman opened her purse, counted out
the money and handed it to the man along with her address. She
then looked deeply into his eyes and whispered, "Clean my house."
Be My Valentine
It was Valentine's Day and Jim and Danielle's first date. They sat in
the darkened cinema waiting for the film to start. The screen finally
lit up with a flashy advertisement for the cinema's concession stand.
Jim and Danielle realised that there was no sound. The film began, but
the silence continued.
Suddenly, out of the darkness, an irritated voice in the crowd loudly
shouted, "Okay, who's got the remote control?"
A Garden Valentine
Cabbage always has a heart;
Green Beans string along.
You're such a Tomato,
Will you Peas to me belong?
You've been the Apple of my eye,
You know how much I care;
So Lettuce get together,
We'd make a perfect Pear.
Now, something's sure to Turnip,
To prove you can't be Beet;
So, if you Carrot all for me,
Let's let our Tulips meet.
Don't Squash my hopes and dreams now,
Bee my Honey, dear;
Or tears will fill Potato's eyes,
While Sweet Corn lends an ear.
I'll Cauliflower shop and say
Your dreams are Parsley mine.
I'll work and share my Celery,
So be my Valentine.
- Author Unknown