“I told him I had pleurosis. And he thought I said ‘Blue Roses’.”

Will news like this make that scene in Glass Menagerie obsolete??

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8 Responses to “I told him I had pleurosis. And he thought I said ‘Blue Roses’.”

  1. John says:

    Suntory: bringing you Beer, CC Lemon, and lue Roses. What a company! The only thing they didn’t bring is the Golden Godzilla Poop (left that to Asahi).

  2. MikeR says:

    The image won’t display in my browser.
    Perhaps Mother Nature has found a way to make her objection known…

  3. Dave E says:

    Great-Can’t wait to see what this will mean in terms of relationships. A single blue rose means I……?

  4. Patrick says:

    Sheila, I played Tom Wingfield in a high school production of The Glass Menagerie. :-)

  5. red says:

    Patrick: Of course you did!! “Blow out the candles Laura…” sniff sniff

  6. red says:

    Oh and Dave E: I think a blue rose would mean that your love for the lady is so rare and so fragile that, frankly, it barely exists.

    Or it means that your love for her is genetically engineered.

  7. Barry says:

    I thought the same thing, but couldn’t for the life of me remember the name of the play. I knew the plot, the setting, the characters, the names, even the “Gentlemen callers” thing, but couldn’t remember the freakin’ title.

    I thank you :)

  8. red says:

    Barry – you are quite welcome!

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