I love the caring, sharing world of the interweb. Every morning I have a plate of spam for breakfast.
This morning Eleanor Pook enquired if I would like 3 months supply of viagra. No doubt she was in cahoots with Barnabus Ribble who kindly asked if I would like a bigger dick (apparently I can make the ladies moan if I am adjusted accordingly).
In the old days spam came in the form of revolting fritters, packed full of dodgy bits of meat(?). Today it means that you get all sorts of offers from kindly people who are selling a multitude of 'must have' things - so exciting.
Many of these wonderful salespeople have not only been concerned with the size of my wedding tackle but they are also worried that I might not have a genuine fake watch. The worrying thing is that I appear to be sending myself some spam from my website - how did I do that, it's a miracle?
Now, some memish soup.....
Lee Lowe, bless her mortal soul, had tagged me. I should be spitting on her blog but I will do it, just this once because it's bookish (did I say that last time?). So...
1. Pick up the nearest book.
2. Open to page 123.
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the next three sentences.
5. Tag five people, and acknowledge who tagged you.
The Element Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells is my nearest book to hand (research, okay?). The 5th sentence falls under the title Papyrus Hieroglyph Spell...
Crocodiles, like snakes, are simultaneously fearsome, dangerous creatures and potent symbols of psychic protection. Pregnant Isis, after all, hid in the crocodile infested swamps of the Nile Delta. In ancient days the papyrus plant was a hieroglyphic emblem for Lower Egypt. It also served as a protective emblem from crocodiles, lending new meaning to Moses' cradle on the Nile, made from papyrus.
So now you know. A piece of swampy weed will keep you from losing a valuable limb, or two, and may allow you to grow up to be able to part more than just your hair.
Tag victims. Oh poot, I hate this bit.
Roberta - because I am just checking that she is awake.
JohnG - to test if he reads more that just dirty jokes.
Soubriquet - bound to be interesting
G&G - ditto, and he gives me some good reading tips.
Leslie - because she likes crocs and dragons
and the rest of you can spill your reading secrets in the box.