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Just a bit of fun. I thought of it one day one some one told me pink and orange clashed. . .the I rememebered how God painted the sunset and I wondered if God likes it, who are we to disagree? LOL.
Do you ever wonder who ‘they’ are?
Your hear it all the time.
“They say it’s gonna snow” or “They say you should drink 8 glasses of water a day” or “They say blue’s in this year”.
WHO ARE THEY?!
And why do they know everything?
All my life I heard it over and over they, they, they–no one but God should know this much info.
I’ve tried to find ‘they’ on the internet, in the phone book–zilch.
I can’t find ‘they’.
Granny told me to change because ‘they’ said red and pink clash. Like I care what ‘they’ think. I don’t even know ‘they’.
We need to hunt down ‘they’, and when ‘they’ are found we must make ‘they’ tell us why and how ‘they’ know so much.
And if the ‘they’ won’t tell, then we must torture ‘they’ into talking by wearing blue and green together!
That shows ‘they’ aren’t as smart as ‘they’ think. Obviously God likes green and blue together.
HELLO, trees and sky–duh.
Take that, ‘they’!
I will not be silenced!!
One day we’ll find ‘they’ and when ‘they’ are found we can do what ever we want!
Hah, I’m not even waiting till then.
I’m gonna go put on a gold bracelet and a silver earrings right now!
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