Monday, October 06, 2008

What about him?

Could he come and help?
Is he for hir? Or for her?

Or maybe he's for hire?

Or if he's not for hire,
maybe he'd think about hiring her?

Or, do you think that her is spelled hir?

If so than he would not be for her.

Which is it?

Because as you can see, I need some help.




3 comments:

Rita said...

Maybe hir is not for hire.

Maybe it's code for something....hmmm...what could "hir" stand for....my imagination could run wild with this one...

But it's probably safest just to guess it's supposed to say "not for hire", right?

Mother Goose said...

that is southern for hire.

You know, not for harrr

Mother 25 - 8 said...

I think he's just saying he's anti-Obama.