morning babble / Thursday 07-21-22
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HAPPY FRIDAY EVE!
164 days until EXIT PLAN
Where’s Brodie? Wearing his pineapple booties so he doesn’t slip n slide across the kitchen floor.
Pineapples . . . not so innocent. A symbol that has been around for centuries, the upside down pineapple has a long and varied history. It is most commonly associated with hospitality and welcome. In fact, it is often used as a sign or decoration in hotels, restaurants, and other places where guests are welcomed.
Some believe that the upside down pineapple originated from Hawaii. The state is known for its pineapple plantations, and the upside down pineapple is said to represent the locals’ friendly hospitality.
If you see a pineapple upside down, it could also mean that there is an upcoming swinger party. The symbol has been associated with swingers for years and continues to be used in public areas today.
Pineapple meaning—sexually—is about appreciation for those who choose to join in on the fun. It’s not just about sex, but rather love and connection with others, whether they be swinging couples or single people looking to get involved.
Upside down pineapple cake – brings a whole new meaning
Married with benefits sticker on someone’s car – within a pineapple logo
Let’s play spin the pineapple
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QUOTE OF THE DAY:
“With imagination, I can be anything I want.” – by SpongeBob SquarePants