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The Funny Pages - Tickle Me Elbow - The Original
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Does Rob have a brother? :lol: :lol: :lol:

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lol Bun!! I thought a lot of us could relate:-)

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I think if it had been the other way around - the guy with the stomach problem- that would have been the last date! Living in a family of guys, that stuff doesn't bother them so much.

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"OPEN THE WINDOWS!!!" :lol::lol: :lol:

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On an early date with the pirate we were all snuggled up on the couch, getting cozy, when I had one of those sudden LOUD farts. I was SOO embarrassed, but it was SOO funny I almost wet myself laughing. Fortunately the pirate thought it was pretty funny too.

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Living in a family of guys, that stuff doesn't bother them so much.

Yeah, they rather enjoy it :rolleyes:

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To quiet here, time for a corny joke!

Three men walked into a bar ... and it hurt! :o

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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To quiet here, time for a corny joke!

Three men walked into a bar ... and it hurt! :o

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

But....did it have gluten free beer? :unsure:

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But....did it have gluten free beer? :unsure:

Got some Bard's Tale Gold recently. Once I got the bottle open, it was pretty good. Most bottles here have twist-off caps. I kept twisting and twisting and twisting, and finally realized that there were no threads on the bottle--good thing I still have a church key.

The content was a decent lager with a strong presence of hops.

Emily: A crime of fashion by your husband witnessed on FB.

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Emily: A crime of fashion by your husband witnessed on FB.

:unsure:

:unsure:

:blink:

*snort* Yes, this was my face :blink: when I walked into the kitchen yesterday to that scene.....or perhaps more like this :o .. . . .....

It sure in HELL wasn't THIS !! ------> :wub:

Um, did Will commit such a crime while you guys were here visiting, POeter?.. . ....trying to recall.....gawd, I hope not. . ...but I'm certain if he'd walked out onto the deck like that I would have no trouble remembering.... ((((sigh))))

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Emily: A crime of fashion by your husband witnessed on FB.

I must confess....Mr. Jerseyangel :P is likewise guilty of said fashion crime :ph34r: He wears white socks wif his Birks regularly on the weekends. Now, his are not the through the toe type, but still.....

I went so far as to buy him brown ones that are made by the Birk peeps for this purpose, and he always "forgets" to put them on in lieu of the white ones. Any Saturday or Sunday morning, this debacle is on full display at Starbucks :o

Thankfully, when Jacquie and PeOter met us there, he was wearing proper phootwear :rolleyes:

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Em, I do not recall such a footwear combination being displayed during our visit.

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4 days with out a post... time for another corny joke!

KNOCK KNOCK!

Who is there?

BROKEN PENCIL

Broken Pencil who?

Oh, forget it, its pointless!

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;) ;)
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Hee!! Pointless. <snort>

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This one from a friend of my daughter's today:

Why did the chicken cross the road?

:mellow:

:huh:

:rolleyes:

To get to your house.

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Knock Knock.

Who's There?

The Chicken.

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Knock Knock.

Who's There?

The Chicken.

*snort*

And I'm only halfway through my first glass of wine.

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Why did the rooster cross the road??

:huh:

:blink:

To find the civkeb.

;)

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To find the civkeb.

;)

Umm... what is a civkeb? :huh:

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Umm... what is a civkeb? :huh:

OMG.....we need Jaghnutt to go back into the archives.....or Leeeesargh to give V a concise summary/recap....... ..Vynsegnt, it all has to do with Jyesss sitting, alone and drunk, one night in the wee hours before her computer, typing out a stream-of-consciousness post that at some point involved chickens, which she typed as "civkcebs"......man, did I guffaw my way through that group of posts.....Jaghnutt, ya need to find those! :lol:

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Civkcebs!!!! Good times:)

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Signs of changing of the seasons - no, not the leaves turning color here (they are either just straight out dying or still determinedly green), but the arrival of the godwits in Christchurch after their 7-day fight from Alaska eating their fill out in the river estuary, and the arrival of another kind of bird, a C-17 Globemaster getting ready for the first trip to Antarctica since the start of the long, dark winter. Christchurch's harbingers of spring. :) Oh, and a few more tiddler earthquakes to keep everyone on their toes. :D

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