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Thursday, August 28, 2008

Kiss Me Now, Marry Me Later

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This means Kiss Me Now, Marry Me Later and rabbit ears.

Who told you that?

Vicky's sisters.

It means Peace or rabbit ears.

Oh.

6 comments:

Mim said...

Well, you learn something new every day....

At least she's not turning her hand around and explaining about English archers taunting the French with their arrow firing fingers and how that makes it ok to make rude gestures at people. Serves me right for teaching my kids some history.

Tracee said...

Is that wear "the bird"comes from? Now I learned something new!

PunditMom said...

I'm so confused! ;)

Yaya said...

even the peace sign is being ruined by tweens! Lol!

Rick said...

When I was a kid, the bunny ears did mean "kiss me now, marry me later". It spread all over primary schools.

Not sure it's still used today though...

Tracee said...

Really, how old are you? Maybe it's regional. I never heard this one as a kid.

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Kiss Me Now, Marry Me Later

P8160047081620080046.jpg

This means Kiss Me Now, Marry Me Later and rabbit ears.

Who told you that?

Vicky's sisters.

It means Peace or rabbit ears.

Oh.

6 comments:

Mim said...

Well, you learn something new every day....

At least she's not turning her hand around and explaining about English archers taunting the French with their arrow firing fingers and how that makes it ok to make rude gestures at people. Serves me right for teaching my kids some history.

Tracee said...

Is that wear "the bird"comes from? Now I learned something new!

PunditMom said...

I'm so confused! ;)

Yaya said...

even the peace sign is being ruined by tweens! Lol!

Rick said...

When I was a kid, the bunny ears did mean "kiss me now, marry me later". It spread all over primary schools.

Not sure it's still used today though...

Tracee said...

Really, how old are you? Maybe it's regional. I never heard this one as a kid.