Thursday, February 14, 2013

Valentine's Day - It's Cupid Season

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18 comments:

  1. WOW! Just...wow- I can't wait to see what's in store for the leprechauns next month!

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  2. I thought the traditional weapon of the season was a bow and arrow...

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  3. Happy black powder Valentines to you, Brigid!

    Vic303

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  4. Love it! Happy Valentine's Day to you, too. :)

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  5. I was a hopin' you would repost this pic today. It helps me get thru the day. ;)

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  6. Now that's funny. I'm glad we share feelings on "Valentine" day.

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  7. Nice caplock. What (large) caliber of roundball for Cupid?

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  8. That meddlin' little bass-turd had it comin'.

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  9. Keep the focus on what's important: the front sight. Happy hunting.

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  10. I have to ask: The hammer and front sight don't seem like a common match. May I ask what kind of firearm is involved?

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  11. Haha! Taking on Cupid with a caplock??

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  12. It's a kentucky long rifle. . :-)

    And intomflint - being mostly Irish I might get in a wee bit of trouble if I blow up Leprechauns with a Howitzer. Still. . .

    Lois - thank you. I hope you have a lovely day and time with your husband.

    Midwest Patriot - I hope the day is good.

    Rev Paul - hmmmm. decisions, decisions.

    Pink - but of course.

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  13. Happy Valentine's Day Brigid!

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  14. Hope you all had a happy Valentine's Day (I ended up going back into work after supper)

    Hopefully your Valentine came through and you got more than a copy of 50 Shades of Grey and a Pool Noodle :-)





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  15. Heh. Love it. Seriously, if you need a special day on the calendar to show your loved ones that you love them, you should re-evaluate.

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  16. Love it!! Hope you had a great day! :)

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