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Stream of Consciousness Monday: Wondering about Pairs

Stream of Consciousness Monday: Wondering about Pairs

I barely play poker. I play it at casinos on the slot machines where I wage five cents at a time. One thing I knew was that pairs were a good thing. And two pairs were even better. I do not know much more than that. I know that Doublemint gum was big at one point and they had these commercials featuring twins.  I would watch that and pray I never had twins. When I was pregnant I had a grand fear for bout a week tat I was carrying twins.  Thankfully, that did not happen. When I get a snickerdoodle cookie I just can’t eat one. Two is more my speed. What I would do for a snickerdoodle cookie, right about now. Why are they so difficult to find? I come across oatmeal (yuck too healthy), peanut butter (yuck, should be spread with jelly) and sugar cookies (not bad in their simplicity) all the time. Yet no snickerdoodles to be readily had. That is why when I come across one, I need two. Who knows when my tummy would see another again. I was just watching Mission Impossible III where there is a scene with two Phillip Seymour Hoffmans. For an action flick, it is actually not bad. I came to two realizations.  One, Phillip Seymour Hoffman always gave it his all even in a summer blockbuster movie. Two, even though he is a loon, Tom Cruise usually does a good job entertaining one.

Anyhoo, here are some random photographs of often mismatched pairs from around the world.

what are those globes?

what are those globes?

Spooky mismatched curtains

Spooky mismatched curtains

Tour guides taking photos

Tour guides taking photos

Cuban mismatched buildings

Cuban mismatched buildings

Cruise ships in Caymans

Cruise ships in Caymans

Have a cup or two of coffee or a couple of cocktails today.

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