“That’s What I Mean” for Fandango’s Word Of the Day – label – June 19 2019

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Fandango’s Word of The Day Prompt – label – June 19 2019

Write a post using that word. It can be prose, poetry, fiction, non-fiction. It can be any length. It can be just a picture or a drawing if you want. No holds barred, so to speak. Fandango


∼That’s What I Mean∼

 

“Hold on. Have you read this?”

“What’s to read.”

“You’re kidding right?”

“Oh Yah! It’s my turn to do stand-up

at the grocery store!”

“Ha! Ha! Ha!”

“What? Suddenly I have no sense of

humor. You always laugh at my jokes.”

“Well, yes. But this is NOT funny.

Look and read the label!”

“O.K. Mr. Inspector.”

“Stop with the jokes!”

“O.K. Let’s see.

Ingredients……. where are my glasses?”

“At the end of your nose.”

“Now who’s being funny. Ha! Ha!”

“Read!”

“I can’t even pronounce these words.

What do they mean?”

“Well, they mean……..I dunno!

That’s what I mean.”

©J.E.Goldie June 19 2019


 

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Jen Goldie

"Life is made up of small comings and goings and for everything we take with us, we leave a part of ourselves behind" - Summer of 42

16 thoughts on ““That’s What I Mean” for Fandango’s Word Of the Day – label – June 19 2019”

    1. Beats me. Maybe because I needed a free to use photo and that’s what I found. Fluff? I thinks its a horrid marsh mallowy (sp) spread and maybe Thanksgiving was close, so they needed extra pumpkin 🤔😊

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      1. Fresh meat is expensive here and for some out of the question. Especially for those on a pension. Unless you can drive or have access to a Fresh produce market you buy expensive imported produce occasionally. It’s not easy to always eat well unfortunately.

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      2. I feel for you. I can buy affordable local meat on the market. Though I have to pay more for organic. As to veg, again, the market sells cheap, and locally grown. Most of the farms that line the byways that feature the flowers I post on the blog, are organics. As you can tell when it comes to ‘muck-spreading’. Oh boy, that is a ripe smell.

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      3. I bet it is! You’re lucky to live where you do. Locally grown produce is offered at grocery stores but it, laughably isn’t cheaper, unless there is a sale on quantity only. 3 for 1 etc. Great for bakers and families! However life goes on and we do the best we can 🙂

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