Home Blog Post Give a Vetera... Blog Post Give a Veteran a Kiss Day By Larry-Lambert - November 11, 2014 308 18 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Can a US Flag be considered to be mistletoe? Many veterans of both genders say YES! Clearly it should be the case on Veteran’s Day. Today is veteran’s day. Give a veteran a kiss. Maybe two. Tongues optional. Will I get a kiss today? Very doubtful, but I’m not one who goes out to spoil the good fortunes of fellow warriors who served honorably under the standard. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Blog Post Open Forum Blog Post Tanks, for the Memories Blog Post Sermonette 18 COMMENTS I'm puckered up LL, come and get it. Hey! We're still here. I was thinking of sending Bambi and Leather over to the wood working shop to allow you to snatch a kiss or vise versa, but I'm reconsidering it now… No love, Wo. No love. sounds like a far more worthy tradition than the mistletoe business! Hope you get some kisses! If not, it's clearly for lack of publicity. I do believe this would be a cause that many would rally behind. Happy Veteran's Day! Thanks to you and all your readers who served us. Thank you for the virtual smooch, I think. ha– I just blew a kiss in the general direction of California! 🙂 It should arrive sometime next week. LOL, I wouldn't be saying that in Kali… 🙂 Thanks for your service LL! Thank you for your service Lar! I kissed a 91 year old vet today, and got a wink & a hug in return. Thanks too to my brother, my daughter, and my grandson for their service to our country. Thank-you for your service. I also offer a Hand Salute. MWAH! Here's a kiss Larry. BOOM. Bet that knocked ya off your feet, eh! :* I might get the wrong sort of attention? I'm not in San Francisco. Kissing the 91 year-old vet must have made his day/week/month/year Salute returned (with a snap and a flourish) Ahh. I have red lipstick all over my cheek. You sent it by US Mail, did you? You could have overnighted the kiss by FedEx if you wanted it to arrive on time and in good shape. Just saying… Either way, I expect it'll die of hypothermia before it gets out of the tundra that is Texas. Tragic. Where the hell's all the global warming they were promising us? They lie…as usual. Comments are closed.