for my clan the Zen masters to balance and harmonise the universal forces of nature. Drewnogal, Tabitha and lolof please join my clan to bring natural harmony to the Zen masters, it may not work without you - kind regards Robbie
The Zen Masters - lessons in etiquette, ethics and chess.
Originally posted by MyFinestSuit how much MDMA is in the water?
Its all natural my friend, no psychedelic kaleidoscopic visions of marshmallow skies and tangerine trees .
Although i do wish the sky was made of marshmallows, the sun would toast it and when it rained you could go outside with a cup of hot chocolate and fill it up with tiny marshmallow chucks, mmmm hot chocolate and marshmallows 😀
Originally posted by Tabitha Marshall Try the Cork mud, sticky and slippery with plenty worms on the highway, chicks love it. 🙄
Yes I've seen them in magazines with it on their faces and cucumbers covering their eyes and thats exactly what i thought, wow, chicks must love mud and cucumber slices. It must make then relaxed for they seemed to be relaxed with all that mud and cucumbers slices on their faces😲
Originally posted by robbie carrobie Yes I've seen them in magazines with it on their faces and cucumbers covering their eyes and thats exactly what i thought, wow, chicks must love mud and cucumber slices. It must make then relaxed for they seemed to be relaxed with all that mud and cucumbers slices on their faces😲
Add yogurt to the cucumbers and you get yogichicks for breakfast! 😉
Originally posted by Tabitha Marshall I am thin and I float so for that, thanks for referring to me as a thin raft. On the other hand, I wonder if it means something, and if so, what is it?
LOL perhaps i had better rephrase that! I heard it in a song by Jim Morrison and the Doors in which the poet stated, 'I love the friends I have gathered together on this thin raft.'
I canny remember the exact song though and if anyone knows perhaps they can relate the details. It appears to me to be a metaphor for the fragility of everything, like a thin raft on a journey down a river, who can say what may transpire 🙂