I don’t want to do
What I don’t want to do.
That seems self explanatory.
Some things just don’t need done.
Like, eating liver.
That kind of thing.
Ha! You’re preachin’ to the choir sista.
Aaaah! I dislike liver too! 😛 My father makes it the Moroccan way but all those spices and parsley and garlic still won’t disguise that godawful taste. And you’re absolutely right, Colleen, self love is important.
Unless, of course, you don’t want to take the kids to school, in which case, you might have to 😉
I can’t imagine anyway to cover up or make that liver taste good.
And yes, the kids have to go to school.
But this is about so many more things. But the liver and kids, we agree on that! 😉
Hahahaha! I don’t eat liver either. That does NOT need to be done! LOL!
EXACTLY Priceless!!!!! 😀
I love the drawing and this is so funny! I have never eaten liver!
I never have on purpose. But I had to by force! (Parents who loved it!) Blech!!!
In the middle east people eat it allot!
I know lots who like it. I just can’t fathom the reason to like that taste. 😉
haha for some reason the look makes me say no!
I’m with you on this one…I’m glad eating liver is a choice. 🙂
Point well made! 😉 Liver? Nah!
TRIPLE NAH!!!!!! 😉
I can see you striking that pose Marissa!
Work it, and work it, and work it, and work it…
Liver ? Yes. Turnip fudge ? No.
I have to say, I don’t want EITHER of those.
I like those firm “No” responses and also, the crossed arms pose, dear friend! 🙂
Now, I will eat your liver with onions and/or bacon, Colleen. I won’t let you down though~ I will let you eat my fried potatoes with onions and cheese. I order this at a local diner. No green salad, either. Ha ha ha!
Perfect!!!!!! 🙂 Though I would eat the green salad. But it sounds like you get me!!! Potatoes and cheese and onions? Heaven!
And that’s final. grin.
🙂 I don’t know why eating liver needs to be done by anyone!
You are my kind of people PIF.
Word, liver is not a favorite of mine either. And profound too. Like the humor included. *smiles
Word. Love it 🙂
It is a good one.
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