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The Funny Pages - Tickle Me Elbow - The Original
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"Blanket Hornpipe". Hee!

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by Adrienne Crezo - September 4, 2012 - 1:52 P

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Face-Making!...Brilliant in its literal hilarity.... .. ..

Mental Floss is THEEEE best mag -- Jack and I are avid readers...

Speaking of which, Vincent, Jack the Ripper is my 15 year-old son who is a huge consumer of sci-fi fiction. He chatted at length with POeter while they were here about P's very famous multi award-winning brother who writes sci-fi novels... . ...always nervous about mentioning big names, here...:unsure:... . .Anyway, I have put Jack onto you, and he is very excited to have found another author that speaks to him! Do you have a facebook page?

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Any time a silly has come anywhere near here, I have met up with them.

So there:)

Oh yes! Patteigh even went a little out of her way to Texas just to meet me!

(In my little world of make-believe that was the ONLY reason for her and Mark to be there ;) )

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Hi all

I've reading along on the sillies thread for a couple weeks now.

So nice to see some things never change ;)

You can always count on the sillies to give you a chuckle

Patti, so glad you have Wills Eye near you

Glad it wasn't a detached retina

Give mark Jim's & my best keep us posted okay?

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"Blow the grounsils" sounds pretty literal to me! :lol: :lol:

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Face-Making!...Brilliant in its literal hilarity.... .. ..

Mental Floss is THEEEE best mag -- Jack and I are avid readers...

I have actually not read their mag... just their web site. Love it. Is there anything in the mag that is NOT on the site?

Speaking of which, Vincent, Jack the Ripper is my 15 year-old son who is a huge consumer of sci-fi fiction. He chatted at length with POeter while they were here about P's very famous multi award-winning brother who writes sci-fi novels... . ...always nervous about mentioning big names, here...:unsure:... . .Anyway, I have put Jack onto you, and he is very excited to have found another author that speaks to him! Do you have a facebook page?

Umm if I DID I could not link it here! :D BUT I'll PM you....

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hehe... I KNEW that Mental Floss article would find a welcome home in THIS crowd LOL!!!!

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Our two-stage tour covered 20 states for a total of 13,734 km, or 8,478 miles.

Here are some photos from the second part:

With Patti:

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With Emily:

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Yay! ...And POeter and Jacquie are back safe and sound....

♫ Home again, home again, jiggety-jig ♪ . . .. .....

Paghteigh, I keep forgetting to tell you that I've been thinking about Mark....thank gawd it's not a retinal problem......((whew)).....!

HAI, JOOOOOODIE!! :D :D

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Ditto what Em said.

Thanks for the "howdy" :)

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hehe... I KNEW that Mental Floss article would find a welcome home in THIS crowd LOL!!!!

Nice to know some things never change! :lol:

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Holy crap...only a few hours of sleep last night... . . ...we went to see Madonna's theatrical offering as it stopped off in its tour across Canada...

She is unbelievable in many ways, but mostly in the way her body looks, and MOVES, for a fifty-four year-old.... I was like this :blink: throughout...

Great phun... B)

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I have some news I feel I need to share with you psillies. Most of you are aware that I have been in a long term relationship with the same man for the past six years. Without getting into too many details here on the board, I will tell you that about a month ago I decided to break up with him, and he subsequently committed suicide.

While I very much appreciate (and need!) the support that I know I will get from you, I also want you to know that I am also sharing this as I have been feeling disingenuous on the board as of late. There have been a number of conversations I haven't joined as I would need to refer to my relationship in the past tense and I knew you all would notice. So just so you know what's going on, I will be talking about my 'past' relationship from now on on the board.

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Bun, I don't quite know what to say. I do understand your feeling of being disingenuous, though. When such a profound, life altering event occurs you are not the same person and it gets tricky communicating as we do on a message board.

You (both) are in my thoughts and I hope you know that I'm always here for you.

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{{{Hugs Bunzer}}} I am so sorry you're going through this.

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I have some news I feel I need to share with you psillies. Most of you are aware that I have been in a long term relationship with the same man for the past six years. Without getting into too many details here on the board, I will tell you that about a month ago I decided to break up with him, and he subsequently committed suicide.

While I very much appreciate (and need!) the support that I know I will get from you, I also want you to know that I am also sharing this as I have been feeling disingenuous on the board as of late. There have been a number of conversations I haven't joined as I would need to refer to my relationship in the past tense and I knew you all would notice. So just so you know what's going on, I will be talking about my 'past' relationship from now on on the board.

Wow. I am so sorry for you. {{{hugs}}

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Buhgnee, I am so sorry. May your healing keep you strong.....big hugs. :wub:

When such a profound, life altering event occurs you are not the same person and it gets tricky communicating as we do on a message board.

It sure does.....difficult enough communicating face-to-face with someone after something like this, let alone on a forum....we're all thinking about you, Bhun!

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I have some news I feel I need to share with you psillies. Most of you are aware that I have been in a long term relationship with the same man for the past six years. Without getting into too many details here on the board, I will tell you that about a month ago I decided to break up with him, and he subsequently committed suicide.

While I very much appreciate (and need!) the support that I know I will get from you, I also want you to know that I am also sharing this as I have been feeling disingenuous on the board as of late. There have been a number of conversations I haven't joined as I would need to refer to my relationship in the past tense and I knew you all would notice. So just so you know what's going on, I will be talking about my 'past' relationship from now on on the board.

Oh! Bunnie! I'm so sorry! How awful for you!

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Jeepers, Bun Bun, what a terrible thing to have happen. I am so sorry for what you have been going through. Thank you for sharing with us. {{{hugs}}}

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I'm so sorry, Bunbun. What a difficult and tragic thing to go through. And as Patteigh said ......life-altering. Many psillies have backed away while going through their own life-altering events, and it seems that most come back when they begin to heal. Although you may never quite feel the same....I know I don't......it is a comfort to be nestled amongst the psillies :wub: I hope this is a sign that you are healing. I hope to see you popping in from time to time so we can snuggle you up and give you a giggle once in a while. :)

{{{{GROUP HUG}}}}}}}

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Oh Wow, Bunnie . . . I'm so sorry. Hugs your way.

Shroomie, welcome back . . . we missed you.

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{{{{GROUP HUG}}}}}}}

There's nuthin' like one of Leighsua's group hugs :wub: :wub: :wub:

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Omg--yes Shroomie, you were missed! :)

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.....it is a comfort to be nestled amongst the psillies

I am going to go out and have this printed as a bumper sticker....

:D

Shrooomie, hope everything is okay with you......been wondering...glad to read you! :)

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Bunny so sorry !

Hope the healing hugs will help.

Yes it's so true, some of us old timers, who have to take

breaks, always find our way back to the thread when we need support,,

So happy everyone is here for you.

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