Deeds and words

She wanted something
He got her before asking

He wanted something
She got him before asking

They never said ‘I Love you’
They never needed mere words!

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    1. Some wise man did say so! Thanks for reminding and glad this post got a comment from you.. 😉

      PS: I am sorry I couldn’t read your posts.. Hope everything is good with Ray and you..

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    1. You, as a female of the species, possess the right to protest anything you wish my dear ! The onus is only laid upon me, a male, to report it ! ; ) BTW are we playing pat-a-cake on the playground young lady !?

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    2. My google search revealed that to be a kids’ game, where people clap hands in tune to the rhyme.. 😉 😛

      So thanks for the clarification.. 😉 And maybe we are doing just that.. 😛

      Keep it coming and I will soon be using them to you.. 😉 (With proper meaning and of course after a long explanation from you explaining the meaning.. 😛 )

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    3. How generous of you bro! Please do comment more often with more slangs then.. 😉

      (That’s the way to earn double treats.. 😉 A comment on my blog and a new word to me.. 😉 )

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    4. Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, baker’s man.
      Bake me a cake as fast as you can;
      Pat it and shape it and mark it with “B”,
      And bake it in the oven for baby and me

      We used to skip (with a rope) to it.

      I have never heard of it used in the slang context, but then English slang is often very locale based, or even “created” by Hollywood!

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    5. Thanks for typing it out for me.. That is a catchy rhyme and skipping to it would surely be fun.. 😀

      And as for slangs, I totally agree.. If it’s not locale, will it be still a slang? 😉 “Created” by Hollywood?! Then I will have to be cautious using the ones, I learnt through it..

      But I always think, that the Hollywood movies too rarely depict reality, as much as, the movies from India depicting a very different or a very narrow view of the lives here. And it extends to the slangs too..

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