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The Funny Pages - Tickle Me Elbow - The Original
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......and I noticed this guy looking slightly different, too :ph34r:

And this one looks like he just ate a lemon :wacko: ......or is constipated

Still no green guy.

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I love that this is what you two notice. :P This guy's tongue needs to be bigger.

(I didn't mean it like that Rachelle!!!)

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I love that this is what you two notice. :P This guy's tongue needs to be bigger.

:ph34r:B)

What in hell.......there are a bunch o' new li'l guys.....THIS guy :( looks sadder, somehow.... .. .maybe the other Li'l Guys are on strike, and these guys are scabs...

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My kids are going through job appitude testing.

I remembered my testing appitude said I should be a professional athlete, hairdresser, spy. I have collected a paycheck, been licensed and insured for the first 2 carrers of the list. I just haven't been paid for my spy technique.

My son's test results... a magician, solar energy technition, and electrical engineer. (he can't be an electrical engineer ~ he's red green color blind.)

Good luck with that storm. It looks like a huge monster that may even affect Michigan.

My kid got Navy officer. Why not Army? Elec Eng can be color blind. They don't actually wire anything much. They can change colors or patterns on the CAD programs to see them properly.

Looks like a lot of us are gonna have to batten down the hatches.

Oh gawd, ya think the phlipover had anything to do wif this? :unsure:

New avvy for my 1k post :lol:

I think we have had several phlipovers causing this storm.

I'm not seeing the smiley guys!

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Woah....stepping in gingerly and looking around. :mellow: What has happened to me fav lil' guy-- :D ? Looks like he's had a phew too many. :lol:

I suppose it was nice of Skought to give the board a whole new look, I'm sure on acounta my phlipover......but it's gonna take a while to get used to these two--. :ph34r: and :unsure: .

Went shopping last night to stock up on a phew things in case we lose power. Bread, water, and batteries were already picked over. (noticed the bread isle in passing)

Ooh--just got a pop up telling me there is a new reply. Fancy :D

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I think we have had several phlipovers causing this storm.

I'm not seeing the smiley guys!

Several phlips would make sense (and get me off the hook). The storm itself is an unfortunate hurricane/nor'easter combo--no?

The smiley guys appear across the bottom of the reply box when you click on the icon.

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Several phlips would make sense (and get me off the hook). The storm itself is an unfortunate hurricane/nor'easter combo--no?

The smiley guys appear across the bottom of the quote box when you click on the icon.

No they don't on the iPad. Sad

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Not sure what this guy is suposed to be <_< ?

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<_<

Annoyed i think.

At any rate, i may try my hand at baking today :unsure: I got that cake mix and the flour yesterday sooooo...

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No they don't on the iPad. Sad

Yeah, I need my smilies. Don't have them on the iPhone and always think I'm being either dull or harsh when I use it to post.

<_< =annoyed/come on, really?

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A new look. Harumph!

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Hoits my feeble blue eyes :huh:

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Hoits my feeble blue eyes :huh:

Hoits my feeble brain B)

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Mines too bright and too slow - where is the whiny emotion?

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My sad guy failed :'(

But I think I know how this little fella feels. :o

No idea where my smart(@#$

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So far, the only thing that really bothers me is the MultiQuote Button and the Quote Button on each post . . . the black w/shaded green background looks blurry. I'm sure it's not because of my poor eyesight ;)

Made some cute Halloween cookies . . . I'll have to take a pic . . . and I need to go post on that sugar cookie thread . . . and then somebody needs to hide the rest of these cookies :ph34r:

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I'll use the Hide button :lol:

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I'll probably post a pic of my creation once i fix it.

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At any rate, i may try my hand at baking today :unsure: I got that cake mix and the flour yesterday sooooo...

When I first read that I thought it said "try my hand at BARKING" and had completely the wrong idea... :D

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So far, the only thing that really bothers me is the MultiQuote Button and the Quote Button on each post . . . the black w/shaded green background looks blurry. I'm sure it's not because of my poor eyesight ;)

Nope you are right. Bad color mix choice.

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Guys, i think i accidently put my student I.D. in the washer :unsure: the machines lock so i can't get it open. Its on cold cycle. Think it'll hurt it :unsure:

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People in New England are insane. It's official. How many people are

going to buy bread, milk, and eggs? What are you going to do when

the power goes out? Make French toast? Numbskulls.....

Only thing I don't like about the new format is it's too big from left to right,

you have to scroll back and forth to read. I think it would be better if the

default made the post boxes narrower. Everything else I'll get used to. :rolleyes:

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I'll add that to the list--making it go narrower.

Scott

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