Yesterday is goodbye…
Photo courtesy of Brian Rubrecht.
Shirt spotted in Tokyo, Japan.
T-shirt maker is already hi, there.
It must be time to feed the budgie.
Yesterday ends to goodbye
Kitty says hi
September 19th begins to ARR!
“Only dull people are brilliant at breakfast”.
And it ends with ” ____ __ and the horse you rode in on”.
I hate these reformed alcoholics…today begins with a hangover.
Well, waddaya know – a talking date!
“Hello” has only become a greeting in the past century and a half-before, it was an expression of surprise and the standard greeting was “Hoy, hoy”.
Well! Hellooo sailor.
@DnT. 0606. ‘Tis the opening date that is most worrisome.
Come to thnk of it. If your date is talking, it is probably because she has nothing in her mouth to keep her quite (as they might say in Japan)
…and then it all just goes to hell.
@Long Tom 0740. We can be lucky, it could have been “yo” as in Yo yo.
Yo (Esp) = I
Strange for us though. The Spanish often the eliminate the personal pronoun, with one of their many weird verbs: hablo = I speak
ie. Hablo Espanol un poco = I speak Spanish a little. Which would probably comfirm I am a “furriner’ .(gringo?)
More correct I guess. Would be; Hablo un poco de Espano. = I speak a little Spanish. I don’t know Spanish grammar well enough.
EDIT : Ok Ok Castellano. For the customary Spanish speakers.
EDIT: Espano = Espanol. mil disculpas.
Like all days, it must be going. Maybe it will leave some Animal Crackers.
As my mother used to say. “Be careful with the enamel crackers, they may break your toothy-pegs.
Today begins to hello when yesterday begins to goodbye.
Tomorrow ends to Goodbye
Sign on the local pub: FREE BEER TOMORROW.
Thirsty patron. “But your sign said, ‘free beer tomorrow’!
Publican. “And it still does, for it is now today.”
Lewis Carroll would have told them to jam it.
@Marum: In Spanish-speaking countries, the word for “hello” is “hola”, but the telephone response is “alo”.