I Beg to Differ

I Love YouYou can absolutely say, “I love you,” too much. You can also hear it too much. When you’re, like, standing on line with a super gooey couple. Or someone is talking to their dog or horse in what may or may not be a reciprocal relationship and for whatever reason you can’t get away.

These stackable rings, which are not inherently a terrible idea, “arrive” in a “custom presentation case” with a “Certificate of Authenticity.” From the Department of Goo!

Who writes this stuff? Oh:  The “Bradford Exchange.”

About uppervalleygirl

Columnist, bloggist, short storyist, essayist, novel-in-progressist.

Posted on April 8, 2015, in Fashion, humor and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Kathryn Beaver

    I love you for writing this!!!!!

    ; )

    >

  2. I have to agree. I’m not a fan of gooiness, at the risk of sounding like a dried up old cynic…which I probably am! Haha. So thank goodness the world is not like me. Goo it up, people!

  3. Yes, I also hate super gooey couples, I prefer listening to a wise-ass couples having smart, cute bantering – much more adorable to me. But then again, I’m a bit jaded…. and who likes diamonds anyway, they have no energy. Give me an emerald or ruby any day : )

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