The Internet is misbehaving today. I am tired of watching the hourglass spin, and spin, and spin, so I am going to keep this brief. I am going to share some puns...fun little sayings that you, too, can use to amuse the women who come to your website to shop. Remember, laughter is a great way to start a friendship.
Therefore, I encourage you to use these witticisms as a way to get personal with your web visitors. Everyone, men and women alike, enjoy a good laugh--especially at someone else's expense!
On the subject of love and height:
"Better to have loved a short girl, than never to have loved a tall."
From "In Hazard," a novel by Richard Hughes (1938--published by ???)
"Presently she told Dick she had a cat so smart that it first ate cheese and then breathed down the mouseholes, with baited breath, to entice the creatures to come out." (I especially like this one as it uses the name Dick properly--which means, in 1938, people would immediately understand what Dickless means, and not equate it with---well, with what they equate it with today.)
Another good one, and one I may borrow when the time comes:
"When I am dead, I hope it may be said:
His sins were scarlet, but his books were read." (written by Hilaire Belloc as his own epitaph.)
From popular punster Alan F. G. Lewis:
"Backseat driving is a form of duel control."
"If a man asks a woman to help him with a crowbar, it's because he can't lever alone."
"When the witch said Abradacabra, nothing happened. She's a hopeless speller."
Now, as Porky Pig would say, "That's all folks!"
Leave'em laughing and they'll come back for more.
What's not to like about that...hmmmm?