Still Water (Love)

A wedding will never be more important than the act of marriage. Over a hundred people may attend a wedding but most U.S. states require just one or two witnesses to be present. The cost and number of attendees do not dictate how special the ceremony is. A couple’s love does. Still Water (Love) (1970), by the Four Tops, reminds us that having love for someone else in our hearts is more important than proving it to the rest of the world. It’s short and sweet like a wedding should be.

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The Cemetery Industry Is Not Too Crazy About Me Either

If it wasn’t for the barber industry, I’d have no allies at all.

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People In The Diamond Mining Industry Want Me Silenced

It feels quite strange to know that my mother’s next diamond could be created as the result of either my hair or throat getting cut.

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It’s All Up To You

Choose strands from your ponytail and/or your pony’s tail.

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Shame On Them

Many cemeteries make an additional profit from selling people flowers to senselessly leave at graves that they overpaid for. I wonder if cemeteries will ever end up selling people grass.

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What A Treat

A number of people chose to be Heart In Diamonds just in time for Halloween. Their appearances will be so dramatic that only their loved ones will know it’s them.

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Listen To Your Heart All You Want

Buy a stethoscope.

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A Hole In The Head Can Be Deadly

The mouth is a hole in the head.

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Let The Truth Be Told

Ignorance is the common denominator of all opinions.

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You Will Melt If You Become Ice

It will happen beforehand but not afterwards.

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