Monday, February 6, 2012


Hear ye. Hear ye.

A bit of history relevant to the month of February 2012.

"...The first documentation of this practice dates back to 1288, when Scotland supposedly passed a law that allowed women to propose marriage to the man of their choice in that year. Tradition states they also made it law that any man who declined a proposal in a leap year must pay a fine. The fine could range from a kiss to payment for a silk dress or a pair of gloves..."

Finally are reason not to go into my VD hurricane hole.

Now then. If I ask as many men as possible to marry on February 29th and they decline? I could ask for a fine from each person who declines.

Hmmmm thinking, thinking, thinking...

I know, I could ask one of those guys in Australia. They're cute.

(the mention of the Adelaide Craig Ferguson.)

So what happens next?

 .:D. . < that would be another blue link...I'd click it. 

.:Or go back to the beginning...




  1. Yes, ladies, it is indeed that time of the century when asking a guy to marry you is not only Okie Dokie, it could actually be financially wise.

    .tee hee...

  2. As for me? I'd fall over and faint if anyone would actually accept.
    It's about the quick wit and the (good natured) decline AND the prezzie too.

    So get yer wits running and if anyone actually accepts? Keep the smelling salts and the parametics on speed dial....

    (for me...LOLOLO)