Monday, April 11, 2016

Care To Gamble On The Ramble?

The cat is back with R today. No, not the Great Post guy at my bay. Although he may think so. Maybe he can only type that at his show? Beats the heck out of me. R is for rambling, can't you see?

The rambling nuts,
Get stuck in ruts.
Even the cat,
Can ramble where we're at.

There can be a point,
Lost in a ramblers joint.
Their mouth flaps though,
So lost it may stay with each blow.

What makes a rambler?
Same thing as a gambler?
Is there a rush to ramble away?
Beats me at my bay.

I won and won and won on that thing.
It was a winning type of fling.
I won so much I can be a king.
Wow, did you hear I won on that thing?

Is rambling a repeating act?
Maybe repeating and rambling have a pact.
They both go together as one,
So the rambling is never done.

My house caught fire and it burnt down.
It then torched the whole town.
Soon it got the whole country side.
Next it went for a city ride.

Nope, no repeating there.
I guess no pact or care.
Can go either way with the ramble.
Which way can be a gamble.

The cat ate my shoe.
That cat was white not blue.
That cat was a big thing.
It must have been a cat king.

A mix of both.
Maybe that brings growth?
Couldn't just say the cat ate my shoe.
Eat is a strong word, probably just a chew.

A random ramble is there too.
Like how they got in a fight with a loo.
Or a mumble ramble is thrown out.
Then there is the ramble shout.

Any type of rambler at your sea? Which rambler would you be? Did you enjoy my ramble on the rambler today? Works for my a to z backwards bay. Got any good rambles to come to pass? You can tell my little rhyming ass.

Experience spring, have a fling.

95 comments:

  1. Replies
    1. No.#1, lurking pays
      Not setting the pace
      Just there
      Being aware
      Getting on for a place

      Hank

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    2. No.#1, lurking pays
      Not setting the pace
      Just there
      Being aware
      Getting on for a place

      Hank

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    3. Good Morning Hank
      you have the #1 Rank

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    4. Lurking paid
      #1 in the shade

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  2. I'm a rambler even though I try not to be. Yep that's me.

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  3. Care to gamble on the ramble
    Lest one gets but to fumble
    Being a chatter box
    Gets oneself locked
    Avoid getting it into a rumble

    Hank

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    1. Avoid that indeed
      As many may run away at high speed

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  4. Care to gamble on the ramble
    Lest one gets but to fumble
    Being a chatter box
    Gets oneself locked
    Avoid getting it into a rumble

    Hank

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  5. i have decided i will not ramble
    i will rather follow you and gamble

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    1. If you win big
      Share with me and we'll dance a jig

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  6. Ok now I have the song Ramblin' Man goin' thru my head. Tryin' to make a livin' and doin' the best I can....

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    1. That isn't a bad tune
      Unless it's still in there come noon

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  7. Most of the ramblers I know don't repeat, they just go on and on and on...

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    1. They start to make less sense too
      As on and on they go at their zoo

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  8. I've been known to gamble
    and on occasion ramble...

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    1. Rambling while gambling
      May be bad rambling

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  9. I love to ramble when the weather is fine,
    To breathe in the fresh air and survey the sunshine.
    To walk along the beach I love to ramble.
    I'd have to spend money were I was to gamble.

    Well done Pat on another good one.
    Yvonne.

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    1. That is surely true
      Better to ramble than lose money gambling at your zoo

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  10. Rambler? Well I'm so glad that I'm a blabber and not a rambler! Lol I guess that means that I won't shut up but at least my words have a point ??? Hahaha

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    1. haha a point you eventually get to
      As you blabber through and through

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  11. And now I'll have the song Ramblin Man stuck in my head all day. Thanks, Pat!

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    1. Happy to do it at my sea
      Enjoy it with glee

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  12. I can ramble sometimes if a bit stressed
    but usually try to keep my words few
    those that ramble all the time
    rarely say something new

    betty

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    1. Yep, same crap different day
      As they ramble away

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  13. One good thing about ramblers
    Is that, unlike gamblers,
    They don't notice when you stop listening
    You can go brush your teeth til they're glistening
    Or go run around the block
    Cuz all they care to do is talk.

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    1. haha that much is true
      Can even ignore while you use the loo

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  14. Ramble on and ramble down
    Ramble all around the town
    Ramble up and ramble wide
    Ramble with the coming tide
    Ramble pip and ramble squeak
    Ramble with a saucy little cheek

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    1. Ramble in, ramble out
      Let them go and kiss a trout

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  15. I have to admit I'm guilty of rambling at times.
    If no one listens to me that's just fine.
    Have a great week.

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    1. haha just let the ramble go
      Even if no one hears high and low

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  16. Not really a rambler
    In terms of talking
    But I do like to ramble
    When it means walking

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    1. Walking far and near
      Toning your umm rear?

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    2. Yup, makes it taut
      Firms up what ya got!

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    3. haha there you go
      What you got to show

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  17. I can ramble, if I really want to, but this is the A to Z and I've no time to gamble.
    Short and sweet, so I can meet, the crazy folks that participate!

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    1. That is a good way to be
      To get around the a to z

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  18. I don't think I ramble too much, although I do go off on tangents sometimes because I think of too many things at a time.

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    1. The voices in my head do that too
      As they yap away at my zoo

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  19. I have been known to ramble once in a while. It is fun to do especially if someone listens to you. And to ramble while walking is fine too.

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  20. ramble on in rhyme - quite clever. I do walk in a ramble - never a straight line. Ramble on through the week - very fun

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    1. Ramble on every which way
      A fine way at ones bay

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  21. I'm not much of a rambler or gambler. Succinct and to the point. That's how I roll.

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    1. Good way to be
      Point and no money lost from thee

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  22. I ramble here
    I ramble there
    To places so dear
    I'm "devil may care!"

    I've been to England
    I've been to France
    I've lived in Iceland
    While wearing underpants

    Except in the shower
    cause that would be silly
    Even though folks would cower
    when seeing my willy.

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    1. Cower in fear
      Or cower in disgust
      Would it be an "oh dear"
      Or is running a must

      Never mind that
      No need to know
      Rambling where we're at
      Hope it doesn't glow

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  23. I ramble a lot when I talk to my man,
    Mainly bc, stay silent he can,
    I often think he just wants some quiet,
    but I decide to talk a lot and just ruin the silence.

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    1. haha talking his ear off at your sea
      No silence when around thee

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  24. In my head, I'm hearing lyrics, "He's a ramblin' man," but I'm changing it to "It's a ramblin' cat."

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    1. A cat would work
      A fine ramblin perk

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  25. My husband does this. He talks way to much. lol

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    1. Just wants to make sure you hear
      When you are near

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  26. Rambling Rosey...that's what I call myself if I get too lengthy when I'm talking, posting, or in an e-mail. :)

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    1. I can curb that for you
      Just think 666 is in view lol

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    2. Use it a few times
      With my rhymes

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  27. I think we all ramble sometimes. I find myself rambling more in my writing than I do verbally though.

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    1. Writing I do sometimes
      At least we all aren't mimes

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  28. I'll admit, my wife is a rambler. Her stories are always full of "and then there was this, but that's beside the point." If it's beside the point, dear, then you're probably better off just not mentioning it in the first place. But alas, I'm rambling...

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    1. Maybe besides the point will lead to another point
      Then the points will end up joint

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  29. My daughter calls me from college and just rambles on sometimes because she's procrastinating something else. the things mothers do for love.
    Susan Says

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    1. haha doesn't want to do some work
      So rambling can be a perk

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  30. I'm one of those rambling nuts. I frequently forget my original topic because I get sidetracked on another:)

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    1. And then another and another?
      That may get an "Oh brother"

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  31. orlin N cassie...we noe all bout ramblers heer; dont we dai$y queen oh de run on sentence that makes NOE cents ta any one any wear any time knot even ta her self ~~~~~~~ ♥♥♥

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    1. That is a run on the goes and goes
      Causing even burds woes

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  32. Can I ramble about not being #1?

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    1. You can try
      But more than the blue guy?

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  33. Ramble is the code name I use
    For the journal full of words I choose

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  34. I think most of us ramble at some point. :) Some more than others...
    ~Jess

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    1. And you can sure tell those
      That ramble and cause woes

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  35. Someone here used to drive a Ramble, yep, he's old!

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  36. I only ramble to my husband, but I have a sneaking suspicion he tunes me out most of the time.

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    1. haha well at least you know
      A tuning he will go

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  37. Pacquiao vs. Bradley's ramble is what I enjoyed recently. :)

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  38. I'd rather ramble than gamble
    and it is better for your health too!
    (smiles)

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    1. That it may be
      Unless you ramble and someone shoots thee

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  39. Oh yes...I ramble
    But I nev gamble.
    My ex used to say, "Reader's Digest version"
    There is a reason he is my ex. If you don't like me
    Hit the road, I am ok being free

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    1. haha hit the road Jack
      Don't take none of his flack

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  40. I thought I left you a ramble this morning. Maybe I get that coveted number 1 tomorrow. Cheers.

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  41. Sometimes rambling can be boring....
    even induce snoring.
    Random thoughts are different, though...
    sometimes I give that a go.

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    1. Random thoughts can be good
      Everything depends on the hood

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  42. Immediately Donald Trump came to mind. He stretches anything he says by repeating everything in any speech he makes. I've heard a lot of him lately; especially since tv in Hawaii is soooooo far behind the East Coast. I was reduced to listening to late night infomercials or Fox News (with forays into CNN ~ but they repeat ad nauseam). That is a pitiful state! Thank God the NY primary will be over today! Thanks for giving me some comic relief, my friend!

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    1. No problem at all
      As Trump sure whines and rambles with every call

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