Set a spell, take your shoes off, ya'll come back now, ya hear?
Ha ha ha!
And it's even tomato which is my favorite.
Well, it's all Greek to me too and I didn't even know I knew Greek. I think we were in the same class together. The "All Greek to Me" class. Ha
I can't tell you how many times I've used that lame line.You can imagine.
Greek must be universally taught
Well, you know how they separated the men from the boys in Ancient Greece, don't you?With a crowbar.Forgive me, Lord.
Soup's up!Be sure to stop by today Al...
I'm paying visits to all the wonderful people who stopped by.
My alphabetizing skills are rusty and I'll have the Alphabet song stuck in my head all month! Amble on over to...Curious as a Cathy
Me, too.And I thank you.
Ha ha ha....Al, Al, Al...you always crack me up.
I actually was inspired to write this when I got soup and salad bar at a...no kidding...Greek diner.
The U and V up there look surprisingly similar and the M/W looks suspect too.Good haiku to you, good sir!
I think it's a lot like M & Ms. Which can be W & Ws if you're ornery.
LOL. Had to stop by...Alex sold you perfectly and I just have to be a follower.
I'm best when off my meds.
You're off to another sensational start, Al! No slurping!Julie
Can I make dirty words with the letters, though?
When I was little, I thought LMNO was one letter. I recently discovered i was wrong.
Love your post! Too funny. I had to stop by after hearing about your blog on Alex's blog today. :) ~Jess
Thanks! That Alex is swell, huh?
You left out the Romans, for which the penalty is having your leg hairs singed with a hot walnut shell. Is that why you left them out?
It's because they peed on their togas to clean them. That don't seem right.
It's all French to me. Really… Great start Al - this post will be a hard act to follow. I feel sorry for B… I mean really, that bowl of soup… come on, how's that to be topped? It can't.Are we having fun yet? asked the impatient old bat, as she farted on her cat. (that rhyme is because I've caught the rhyming bug from Mr. Hatt)Day One done… can there be anything more fun! (stop me now!) LOLJenny, Pearson Report2015 A to Z Challenge Ambassador@PearsonReport
I wouldn't fart on my cat. And not just because his name is Claude Bahls.
I always learn something here, like that Cyrillic is a language or a part of alphabet soup that's influenced by the Greeks. I bet it's good and somewhat spicy too. Not that bland matzo ball soup liquid stuff my aunties used to make that we had to douse in salt just to give it some flavor. Where can I find some? You forgot to say that A is for Al Penwasser. Alex featured you today. He made a very smart choice. Great kick-off to the challenge, friend.
I really like mahtzoh ball soup. Plus, we can fling the balls at each other.Hee...hee...hee. I said balls.
Oh, now THAT was a challenging post...(hee hee)
25 more just like it!
funny. I shall be back to see what else happens for your A to Z
I hope so! I'm using 'Xerxes' for 'x.'He's my favorite despot.
I know the Greek one. Alpha, Beta...Charlie?
No, the name's Al, not Charlie.
I think Arabic is the most beautiful alphabet out there :) But Chinese is so fascinating with its intricacies too.
I'm not sure. Is our alphabet Arabic? Or is that numbers? Hmm...it's all Greek t...but I've already said that.
And it's tomato! You can't go wrong with tomato!Unless it's on jello.
Excellent. I love your brevity. Sorry mine is a bit long today, but I had to dole out the facts of my murder mystery challenge for bloggers to play along for a chance to win a Kindle Fire. I will be back tomorrow. Congrats for being honored on Alex's blog today.
Thanks! My goal was to be short and succinct for the challenge (my posts are normally a bit longer).
Hello Al!! Nice to meet you- got here from Alex's place. That soup is making me hungry...
Great. Now you got ME wanting soup!
So it is
And I thank goodness English is my native language. What a bugger it would be to learn.