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The Funny Pages - Tickle Me Elbow - The Original
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OK, do we need to return to songs that get stuck in our heads or jingles? We are NOT boring!!! Just burnt out. Perhaps we all need to have a glass of wine at the same time and that will bring back our pfunnies (and yes I know I overdid the wine the night before the funeral).

Anyone here follow Rachel Maddow? Evidently there's someone on the internet who has decided that she is a lesbian vampire (yes she is a lesbian but I don' personally care). So she has two moles on her neck that appear to be where a vampire bites. Now I don't think it's pfunny (other than how ignorant the man on the clip is), but it's not boring. Some of these are repetitive. Ii think that the first two are different. I find the man accusing her of being a vampire to be both pfunny and scary but not boring.

Loey

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hxbtrckfo4

http://www.queerty.com/rachel-maddow-recycles-lesbian-vampire-accusations-to-debunk-internet-myths-20101105/

http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread612171/pg1

http://www.bing.com/videos/watch/video/rachel-maddow-lesbian-vampire/6irr7tr

i just watched the first one. That can't be "real". He was doing it to be funny or get on TV. (I hope :unsure: )

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No ark or arc but that's a good thought.

Gah! I only slept about 4 hours last night woman! :P

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Welp, since I didn't see Rachelle volunteering to jump in her car and deliver me up some goodies, guess I'd better do homework so's I deserve a reward later. :P

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Welp, since I didn't see Rachelle volunteering to jump in her car and deliver me up some goodies, guess I'd better do homework so's I deserve a reward later. :P

You haven't started it yet ???? :lol:

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You haven't started it yet ???? :lol:

:lol: :lol: I'm half done.

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:lol: :lol: I'm half done.

I shoulda know'd! :rolleyes:

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Any signs of an arc being built somewhere.....

So where did Noah keep the woodpeckers on his ark?

:unsure:

:lol:

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So where did Noah keep the woodpeckers on his ark?

Great question!!

I have a beautiful cockatoo. I should have name him "Houdini". We broke a couple of the ceramic bowls, so I bought new ones. Same thing but plastic.

Well, he figured out how to get the plastic bowls out of the place where they go, then how to take off the hook holding the part of the cage closed where the bowl goes, then how to take off the whole section of cage off after the hook was removed, so that he can get out.

I think I finally outsmarted that bird .... I put bottle lids underneath the bowls so he can't lift them up at an angle to get them out.

So I'm wondering, how did he keep any of the birds on the arc at all? They surely only stayed there if they wanted to!!

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Well, if the drawing in children's books are any indication, they flew along side the ark. Duh...... :lol::lol::lol:

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So I'm wondering, how did he keep any of the birds on the arc at all? They surely only stayed there if they wanted to!!

Well, yeah, but where would they fly to?? :rolleyes: Even the godwits only fly for 9 days - 40 days is a bit much for any bird methinks :D

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Used to have a rabbit that would open his cage door. The cage was on a table, so he had about 3-4 inches of table when he got out. He would then hop on top of the cage and wait for me to get home and feed him.

Several neighbors dogs get out of thier yards and come sit on my front porch.

Just like Carla's bird, they were bored but didn't really want to run away!

I suppose that Noah's birds would have to rest on the ark at some point. I'm assuming he didn't need to take any ducks or pelican or that sort of bird?

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Yes, my bird just wants out. He doesn't like being caged up. He's been out all day, so he's happy.

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And he wouldn't have to worry about the Kiwis flyin' - they need a plane :rolleyes:

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Any signs of an arc being built somewhere.....

GAAHHH! NO arcs are being constructed here!! DS is struggling with his advanced grade nine mathS, and if I see one more arc, hypotenuse, tri-frickin'-somethin-er-others, tangents and cosigns (wait.. . . . ... . that's my daughter's advanced functions).. . .. :unsure:. . . . ....hell! Get thee to a tutor, she screams!

i just watched the first one. That can't be "real". He was doing it to be funny or get on TV. (I hope :unsure: )

People don't really do that, do they? <_<:rolleyes:

So where did Noah keep the woodpeckers on his ark?

....Or the termites?

Well, he figured out how to get the plastic bowls out of the place where they go, then how to take off the hook holding the part of the cage closed where the bowl goes, then how to take off the whole section of cage off after the hook was removed, so that he can get out.

Holy crap.. .. . ... . is he doin' the dishes yet? Laundry? Can he endorse yer cheques? :rolleyes:

40 days is a bit much for any bird methinks :D

... . . and nights. .. . . . . ...I somehow suspect, from what we've heard so far, that Jyesssss may well be up to it.. . . .

:lol:

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Woah! Something wierd is going on! Our Supreme Celiac Board Leader, Scott, just responded to a 5 year old post! What is happening? :ph34r:

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Mygawd, but you guys are booooooooooorrrrrring. . . .. . .. :rolleyes:

It's 6:02 pm on my puter. Just sayin.

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3:08 Time to make cake.

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6:15 here--I'm makin' dinner.

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12:31 p.m. here - I am going over the hill for shopping, may never come back :o

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OK, do we need to return to songs that get stuck in our heads or jingles? We are NOT boring!!! Just burnt out. Perhaps we all need to have a glass of wine at the same time and that will bring back our pfunnies (and yes I know I overdid the wine the night before the funeral).

Anyone here follow Rachel Maddow? Evidently there's someone on the internet who has decided that she is a lesbian vampire (yes she is a lesbian but I don' personally care). So she has two moles on her neck that appear to be where a vampire bites. Now I don't think it's pfunny (other than how ignorant the man on the clip is), but it's not boring. Some of these are repetitive. Ii think that the first two are different. I find the man accusing her of being a vampire to be both pfunny and scary but not boring.

Loey

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hxbtrckfo4

http://www.queerty.com/rachel-maddow-recycles-lesbian-vampire-accusations-to-debunk-internet-myths-20101105/

http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread612171/pg1

http://www.bing.com/videos/watch/video/rachel-maddow-lesbian-vampire/6irr7tr

Hmmm, watched the first two. Rachel Maddow is hot. I guess all female vampires are hot. Yummy! But I am not sure I want to live in MexAmeriCanada though. I can't hardly remember the words for one national anthem let alone three!

Now my computer says it is 6:37 pm. Seriously!

I am on my 3rd day of vacation and I have had to work every day of it so far. Called my doc and he said I am probably not diabetic but am low on vit D still. So got to up it some more, 800 units isn't enough it seems.

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Hello everyone in the funny room I'm new to this place and need a few laughs so my only friend here (she sobs uncontrollably) GFinDC invited me on over where the crazy people live. I think I'm going to like it here... Talked to my doctor again to day (sheesh I think he's in love with me or something he calls every day) and couldn't help but remember the look on his face when he said my gastric emptying study was normal and I said ok so were the eggs in the terlet in the morning normal too.. WIDE EYED DR... :unsure: LOL I chuckle everytime I bring that image back. Sooo, hence more testing and now I am here with the crazy people. Last I'll say on the reason for being here!

I have two cats, they let me live here with them and pay the bills for them.. Aren't they just precious to do that for me? :P

*Judy

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Hello everyone in the funny room I'm new to this place and need a few laughs so my only friend here (she sobs uncontrollably) GFinDC invited me on over where the crazy people live. I think I'm going to like it here... Talked to my doctor again to day (sheesh I think he's in love with me or something he calls every day) and couldn't help but remember the look on his face when he said my gastric emptying study was normal and I said ok so were the eggs in the terlet in the morning normal too.. WIDE EYED DR... :unsure: LOL I chuckle everytime I bring that image back. Sooo, hence more testing and now I am here with the crazy people. Last I'll say on the reason for being here!

I have two cats, they let me live here with them and pay the bills for them.. Aren't they just precious to do that for me? :P

*Judy

Welcome Judy. Kareng brought me here and I'll warn you - it's addictive!!!! But it's also the best medicine!

Loey

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Welcome Judy. Kareng brought me here and I'll warn you - it's addictive!!!! But it's also the best medicine!

Loey

Thanks Loey, I've been addicted to humor since I can remember. Like the time my Dad made my Mom so mad that she threw a plate of spaghetti at him and he ducked and it hit her 'brand new' white curtains.. I laughed for days over that one and I was only 7 LOL

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And bring the cats. They keep us settled down.

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And bring the cats. They keep us settled down.

We can be settled down??? Off to watch some TV with Klark.

Loey

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