Friday, February 19, 2016

Object Or No? How Does It Flow?

The cat got it in his head after objection was said. Yeah, it was said by me. I can give ideas to myself at my sea. Is there a law against that? Pfffft I object where I'm at.

Some can't say no.
They always say yes.
Then they get tired head to toe,
And end up in a mess.

What's in a no?
Is it so scary?
Two no's in a row,
Could turn you bigfoot hairy.

That would be bad.
You'd get fleas.
No fun be had.
Whoops, said no at my feed.

So why suffer neglect.
Forget your inability to say no.
Instead pull out, I object.
Works on TV you know.

Would you help me?
I object to that.
What is that from thee?
I object where I'm at.

What are you doing?
I object to that too.
Are you going to start mooing?
I object to you.

You're a nut.
I'm out of here.
You don't make the cut.
I'm leaving your atmosphere.

See? You win.
Objection upheld.
You did them in,
And no wasn't spelled.

But why stop there?
Object to anything.
Who needs fair?
Object like a king.

I object to you being here.
I object to your price.
I object to your leer.
I object is so nice.

Now you don't have to say no. You can stay whelmed at your show. Just use I object a ton and away the nuts will run. I don't know where that came from but I didn't object to that rhyming bread crumb. I do object to you touching the cat. We can't have that. I object to mowing the grass. I could get used to being an objecting little rhyming ass.

Enjoy your winter, smash a printer.

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    1. 4 no.#1 in a row
      24 min late
      But still made it!

      Hank

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  3. A rhyming bread crumb? Now I've heard it all... lol Sometimes it's hard to say no, but you just have to do it!

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    1. Hard you say?
      You just said it there on display

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    1. Classy or out to lunch
      Maybe at brunch?

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  5. Ya gotta learn to say No.
    People take advantage at your show.
    If you object maybe they will know.
    What they want is a NO-GO!

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    1. Or they may be a schmuck
      And end up down on their luck

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  6. Object to lose, object to win
    Object to the mutt like Rin Tin Tin
    Why say yea when you say nay
    Just object, what the hay

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    1. Object a lot
      Hot to trot
      Nay for you
      More time too

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  7. Just popping in to say hi; typing is hard today.

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    1. Hopefully that gets better soon
      There at your sand dune

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  8. Object or no? How does it flow
    Go along so everyone will know
    Object when necessary
    Though it's not easy
    The way it nomally is though

    Hank

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    1. Easy it may not be
      But sometimes need such a spree

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  9. Object or no? How does it flow
    Go along so everyone will know
    Object when necessary
    Though it's not easy
    The way it nomally is though

    Hank

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  10. I should try using that, it'd surely drive the nutters away.

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  11. One thing about writing your blog so far in advance you do avoid the political scene. Nonetheless, I am impressed with how many things you can think up. Cheers.

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    1. I can still make fun
      If I feel like a political run

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  12. I can usually say no with no problem
    except to the kid
    so maybe I'll learn to say I object
    and see if that skids

    betty

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    1. lol could very well work
      May be a perk

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  13. It is hard to say no sometimes but the 'I object' might work really well. Adds a little class to NO.

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    1. haha yeah, spruces it up a bit
      Could be a hit

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  14. I was one of those people who always said yes. I still do most of the time, but I'm getting better at saying no. "I object" would be fun to say.

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    1. I object is more fun
      It just has to be done

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  15. Sometimes it is hard to say no,
    Saying yes eliminates a lot of woe,
    However the more you age and define your values and time,
    saying no feels pretty prime.

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    1. Getting too old for such shit
      Can sure make no a hit lol

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  16. Had Billy Ray pulled out
    it would have been most wily.
    We'd then all scream and shout,
    "HUZZAH! HOORAY! No Miley!"

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    1. Would we scream it though?
      Since then we'd never know

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  17. Had Billy Ray pulled out
    it would have been most wily.
    We'd then all scream and shout,
    "HUZZAH! HOORAY! No Miley!"

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  18. I used to have a lot of trouble saying no, especially when our kids were growing up. They liked to say I had "sucker" written on my forehead, because I kept getting pulled into leading all sorts of volunteer activities, until I barely had two free minutes to rub together. But not anymore! Once I learned to say no to every single solicitation and sad story, I regained the freedom to CHOOSE what I want to do. (And it ain't much!)

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    1. lol doing what you want to do
      Even if not much, works for our zoo

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  19. I think what in it for them...?
    what they really need is a fame?
    if you ask just: why?
    maybe no objection will be required...

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    1. Why may work out
      With no scream and shout

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  20. I know all about no and me no like!

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  21. Cook dinner? Do laundry? I object!

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    1. You have it down
      Give it a go at your town

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  22. orlin N cassie

    last time de food servizz gurl toll uz ...noe....

    we yelled bak...we object.....

    guess who winned !!!

    heerz two a flathead sculpin kinda week oh end ♥♥♥

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    1. haha guess you won under your sun
      And what you wanted was done

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  23. Yeah, I sometimes have that problem, oh dear!
    But after reading this the answer is, NO!

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  24. I don't object too much. Stupid people are the exception to that rule though, so I guess I probably do object more than I think I do ;)

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    1. Just don't notice it as much
      With the people who are stupid more than a touch

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  25. I never object to saying no
    that is just part of my mo-jo.
    I can yes,sometimes, as well,
    hmmm, I guess, with me, you never can tell.

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    1. lol a flip flopper
      No one will call a copper

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    1. Well at work you can object but, at the end of the day you will still need to do the task. So your objection is overruled.

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    2. haha that is true
      Screwed if you want to see the pay come due

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  27. I don't mind saying no
    it's part of the flow
    we can't always say yes
    that would make quite a mess!

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  28. What?!? The Cat says no
    To a head scratch or to the tummy below?!?
    Can't be a true cat, not at my sea
    Purr babies live for stroking attention from me!

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    1. lol may get the claw
      As he lays down the law

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  29. I've learned to say no
    and not feel guilty, you know.
    Used to have a hard time
    now I gladly ring that chime. haha.

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    1. haha a good way to be
      There at your sea

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  30. Never had trouble
    Saying "No"
    But I like "I object"
    For a change at my show

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    1. Object sounds more fun
      Gets the same thing done

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  31. I object when they say, "It can't be done!"
    Screw that as they spoil my fun
    Lazy ass politicians waiting till it's five
    Nothing can be done when you're not alive

    Hey, isn't that deep?
    As I write about some creep
    Pretending he's not asleep....

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    1. haha deep you went
      Politicians can get bent
      Or go pound sand
      I'm not so deep in my land

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