Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Cherry Bomb

cherry chocolate covered meltA word of advice to the more poetic young men out there: Beware the symbols you choose to impress your young lady.
     For instance, imagine you’re both still virgins, and that you’ve done everything you can to set things up so as to remedy that situation, and that you’ve even purchased two overpriced cherry truffles to consume sometime after the culmination of said remedy . . . well, you might just want to back away from the silly symbolism, because things don’t always work out as well as you plan, and that expensive chocolate might just leave a bitter taste in your mouth.

Photo by Akilah Nadia.

12 comments:

  1. absolutely love this. Just great.

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  2. Ah! Sage advice, indeed. And you've made a good case for the second person as used for just that purpose...giving advice! Thanks for sharing this one, Roy.

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  3. bitter taste in your mouth....

    mirrored

    verification makes it really hard to comment. you'd get more comments if you turned it off

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  4. ha...err....yeah there might be some side affects of the symbols you choose...smiles...

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  5. Fun to see this again, Roy...but now I'm ready for some LITERAL chocolate-covered cherries!

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  6. Yes, yes very clever... the photo is a great enhancement... I liked the line about the desire to remedy the situation...

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  7. What an image..cherry bomb, was a surprise ending ~

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  8. The cherry, apple, bannana, I wonder why we choose fruit symbolized sex?

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  9. Imaginary chocolates don't always match the real thing but sometimes expectations can be exceeded too. Hehe:) smiles love ya later...

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