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...