Michael Edwards

EFFORTLESS WHIMSY (2)

 

 

Sleek and simple

I like it that way

a minimalist me

or so the girls say.

Comments6

  • Goldfinch60

    Simplistic minimalism editorializing conscientiousness.

    Andy

  • dusk arising

    I can't speak for what isn't there but my bread's buttered when it's this uncluttered.

    • Michael Edwards

      But do you know your a**e from your elbow? 🤔

    • orchidee

      Good write and pic M. Simplistic wotsit...... wot Goldie said!

    • ANGELA & BRIAN

      BRIAN HERE ~ Afternoon Uncle Mike ! Loved the Poem & Picture - both very inuendoic !

      Blessings & Love to You & Yours
      Brian - Angela - Smokey ! ! !

      • Michael Edwards

        Thanks A&B. Love the word 'Inuendoic' - have you copyrighted it? Can I use it?

        • ANGELA & BRIAN

          MORNIN* Notre Oncle Mike ~ Pleased you liked the word *INNUENDOIC* its out there now *free for all !* WE have informed the Oxford Dictionary with the Definition "Any spoken or written word or picture, that contains or suggests an INNUENDO* Example *The Barmaids ample bosom suggested that she would always serve a Full Measure*

          Love Angela Brian & Smokey ! ! !

        • MendedFences27

          Took a while but it finally dawned on me, the meaning in your drawing. The expression is different over here.
          Being a minimalist does have its shortcomings.- Phil A.

          • Michael Edwards

            It's a common expression over here - Can't tell his arse from his elbow.
            I'd be interested to know the equivalent your side of the pond.

            • MendedFences27

              From a hole in the ground. Don't ask, I have no explanation. Weird, how different the language usage becomes. After living with my wife for nearly 50 years, I told her I want to be a translator of English into English (American).

            • L. B. Mek

              yup, all would be just grand if we all could tell the difference between a Trump and a triumph: at first glance
              glad Glenit finally getting some luck, a buzzing med school lecturer suits him I bee

              • Michael Edwards

                He's a bee of many hats (see previous cartoon)
                Thanks LB.



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