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Nope.  I can't sleep if I'm wearing socks.  Bare little toes for me, please.

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I do once in awhile if it is cold at night.

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No I rarely sleep with socks on.

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I sleep in socks when it's cold, but otherwise I prefer to sleep barefoot

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In Winter I Love Bed socks , big fluffy ones :)

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With socks, of course.

There was a young lady from Brest,

Whose orgasms weren't the best.

She tried wearing socks

And was in for some shocks:

"Sacré bleu, they've become manifest! "

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About cold feet

When feet are chilling "on the rocks",

wishing wrappers cannot be "crocks";

namely a pair of fluffy socks

can help in case of freezing shocks,

and silence these ignorant mocks,

while nightly rain pours on the docks ...

:)

And:

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https://fr.wiktionary.org/wiki/sacrebleu

https://fr.wiktionary.org/wiki/ventre-saint-gris

https://fr.wiktionary.org/wiki/sapristi

https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tonnerre_de_Brest


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Marianne, I'd JUST like to say,

'Sacrebleu! ', 'mille sabords! ' are OK.

But 'ventre saint gris'?!

'Tis MOST plain to see

My belly, though holy, ain't gray!

    — La Tonnerrette de Brest

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"Sapristi," similar letter change in French as in "sapperment" in German. :)

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:angel: :)

The belly can be sanctified,
or, possibly, objectified;

it could have belonged to "grey" saints,

and Good Friday, as daylight faints;

to keep away the vulgar thought

from pious minds, for which we sought.
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Poor St. Francis casts his glances

Quite askance at I've Solved stances,

'Cuz the lewdness here advances

Quite beyond his wildest trances.*

* well, maybe not when he was young; cf St. Augustine. :)

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Der alte Muhammad beim Oktoberfest

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"Potz tausend Sapperment noch amal! "

 Bruellt der alte Muhammad im Saal.

"Es soll NIEMAND vergessen,

Kein' Wurst darf i' essen,

Und Bier?!  Das ist AUCH nicht halal! "


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Lol :D :D !


There is an emergency solution: switch to genuine (remember Mr. Haney in Green Acres) North African merguez sausages

Link (merguez): https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2016/mar/12/merguez-recipes-kebab-potato-bake-scotch-egg-yotam-ottolenghi

or Tofu sausages

Link: http://www.edibleperspective.com/home/2011/11/22/italian-tofu-sausage.html


and non-alcoholic, low-alcohol or "near" beer:

Citing:

At the dawn of the 21st century, alcohol-free beer has seen a rise in popularity in the Middle East (which now makes up a third of the market).[4] Part of the reason why it has grown in popularity is that Islamic scholars issued fatwas which permitted the consumption of beer so long as large quantities could be consumed without getting drunk.[5]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Low-alcohol_beer


But in strict "environments", women have to stay at home.



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Oh yes :)


Francis was a jolly fellow,

he was rich, but also mellow,

causing his father to bellow,

and the old "skins" to turn yellow.

Citing:


Although many hagiographers remark about his bright clothing, rich friends, and love of pleasures,[15] his displays of disillusionment toward the world that surrounded him came fairly early in his life, as is shown in the "story of the beggar". In this account, he was selling cloth and velvet in the marketplace on behalf of his father when a beggar came to him and asked for alms. At the conclusion of his business deal, Francis abandoned his wares and ran after the beggar. When he found him, Francis gave the man everything he had in his pockets. His friends quickly chided and mocked him for his act of charity. When he got home, his father scolded him in rage.[19]

from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_of_Assisi


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:D

If there's an urgent need for beer,

because of Santa's drunk reindeer;

don't let impudent pranksters sneer,

try some cool Kvass and let them cheer.

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Some places have a pork-free menu,

But at THIS Oktober venue,

Halal Wurst could NOT be had,

And THAT made old Muhammad mad.

And as for alcohol-free beer?

'Twere SACRILEGE in Munich's sphere!

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For the true Bavarian measure,

that would be a loss of pleasure;

as for pretzels or potatoes,

he could add, perhaps, tomatoes

and become a vegetarian -

but is that really proletarian ?


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"Ja, die Brezeln mit Potacken

Und Tomaten, frisch gebacken,

Koennte ich darueber schnacken,"

Sagt Muhammad — "Doch waer's summus,

Mit ein bisschen scharfem Hummus."
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Gastronomen mögen's lecker,

in der Branche ist man kecker,

zudem hilft das Lebkuchenherz,

auch Süssigkeiten sind kein Scherz;

Pfefferschoten sind zwar heftig,

doch die Bayern mögen's deftig.

 

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there have been times in the past where it was cold enough to wear them to bed, yes.

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Nah. It doesn't get that cold in my part of the world.

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Yes, my feet get cold.

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Nope, I'm not wearing anything..

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