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The stench IS instantly recognisable :lol: ...yes, disembodied heads on.... wait :unsure: ...is that a leather skirt????? ...ain't no kilt :lol:

Surely you have men walking around in these.

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I did not question Luc. Perhaps tomorrow. . ....... . . .but now, perhaps it's too late.. . ....... :huh:

too late because they're not coming back? or too late because....there's that unwritten rule about the phleeting window of opportunity to question a Frenchman about his ballcock? :lol:

Was out weeding the front flower bed, when Lefty, after careful contemplation, decided I was cold, so he came and draped himself around my neck. This resulted in a lot of giggling (me) and a severe work slow down (difficult to lean and pull when you're trying to avoid sudden movements that might require stabilization by claws).

I dumped him off, and he sat under the car watching me, reassessing the situation. The next conclusion he came to was that I wasn't cold, I was merely lacking in fur, so he sprawled on my lap in varying poses trying to achieve the most coverage per body part. The upshot of this was more giggling and a complete work stoppage.

:wub: Lefty's ALMOST the cutest (we know who really IS the cutest, now don't we?)

I wanna be interrupted like that whilst gardening!

A Weezel can do this for you also. :) She doesn't drape herself over me shoulders, but she does like to interrupt quite a bit.......

OH NOOOOOoooooo food shopping @ the pound shop 99 cent (no symbol) STORE young lady!!!

T'is a dangerous habit with unpredictable outcomings :blink:

:unsure: OMG 'tis true - see Janet's comment -

If memory serves me correctly . . . I do recall an incident which involved digging in the rubish bin for caramels from the 99 cent store . . . :lol:

:o

:lol: :lol: excellent memoreigh, Jan-it! Had forgotten that one meself! Alas, those caramels were from the dollar store, that much I do remember. The Dollar Store is actually quite posh compared to the 99 Cent Store.....gads. I discovered both of these stores last summer, and was briefly titillated.....cannot go back to 99 cent store again....it makes me depressed. I told my friend whom I was with with whom I was who was with me, last time I was there (a year ago) that, life is too short to make yerself to go depressing places by choice. :lol:

Ok . . . more from the book . . . the lead character ended up with some sort of rash on her arm from wearing some sort of patch (Bev) and also one of the characters is an avid gardener (Judy). Still looking/reading for frozen balls.

<_< Yer book is startin' to sound like Tall Tales by Em. :lol: I can believe the gardener part but.....the heroine with a patch and a rash? :lol:

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Ok . . . more from the book . . . the lead character ended up with some sort of rash on her arm from wearing some sort of patch (Bev) and also one of the characters is an avid gardener (Judy). Still looking/reading for frozen balls.

.......Anybody scooting along the floor, yet?

. . . . . What does the heroine's toaster sound like?

:rolleyes::lol:

Well, Sillies..... .got meself another job today. I'm teaching ESL and TOEFL prep to some of the teachers in training at The Ripper's Montessori school. Just a few hours a week. This is good news.. .. . . . .we have a hot tub and new windows for which to pay! <_<

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. . . . or too late because....there's that unwritten rule about the phleeting window of opportunity to question a Frenchman about his ballcock?

Ahh! Finally!! Someone else who knows of this obscure life tenet! :lol:

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I wonder where Lisa Goosey's been?!?!

HERE IS AM! And I'm proud to say that I have been making Peter's balls. I covered them with Classico Marinara Sauce and lots of Mozzarella and Provolone. Boy they were good, finger lick'en good. :P

I highly recommend them!

Hello to Julie and all.

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Ahh! Finally!! Someone else who knows of this obscure life tenet! :lol:

:lol: Yes, all the frenchmen and their ballcocks here.......how could I not?

HERE IS AM! And I'm proud to say that I have been making Peter's balls. I covered them with Classico Marinara Sauce and lots of Mozzarella and Provolone. Boy they were good, finger lick'en good. :P

I highly recommend them!

Goosey! Well seems Peter's balls are quite popular! :P I find the balls too laborious myself, am just going to make a delicious herbed meatloaf........

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B) Ok....here I sit with ten minutes to spare, so I decide to check in on my old friends here....o.m.g. this thread....Frenchmen's balls...Pleeting windows of opportunity...Dingo ...Mtndoggie...Patti...and even Judy..I am pshocked, yes pshocked and full of apallousness at the way you all have become so ....so......sigh...words fail me.

Dingo--your behavior reminds me of something...words to a song...I think by Johnny Rivers.....

Patti--flying by the seat of your pants, girlfriend... :P

Mtndoggie..omg...you Helles Belle wild thang... :lol:B)

and most of all ...Judy..omg...... and I thought you were an angel...Unbend that halo girlfriend!!!! :)

LOL LOL LOL :lol:

Just a drive by .... LOVE YOUSE GUYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GLULESS/AKA POSTER FORMERLY KNOWN AS ROBBIN :lol:

gluten-free since 2005 member since 2005

Low Oxalate 2007

formerly a complete mess..now a smaller B) mess, lol

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Gluless!!!!! WELCOME!!! Welcome.....back?? You were.. . . .. Robbin before?. . . . Have you officially been a Psilly? Perhaps before I came aboard? Regardless..... . . . . . . . now that you're here, stay and revel in the madness!! :):)

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Hee!! Robbin found our little piece of the universe :lol: Yeah, we let loose here and have lots of phun!! :P

Pop (or poop, as we say) back more often :D

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...Judy..omg...... and I thought you were an angel...Unbend that halo girlfriend!!!! :)

LOL LOL LOL :lol: Just a drive by .... LOVE YOUSE GUYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

formerly a complete mess..now a smaller B) mess, lol

OMG..........open the flood gates...........our gluless is back :o:lol:

I can't tell how how this warms to cockles of me heart!

I got up from my 'sick bed' :ph34r::( just to open the door for you

Please don't stay away long....Promise ?????

I still feel like "what patti" said.............it's the best description of me body functions right now.

QUOTE (jerseyangel @ Sep 15 2008, 02:32 PM) Poor Judith--you sound like you were eaten by a werewolf and sh!t off a cliff yerself :( I think it was the evil watermelon that got ya......I hate how normally safe, healthy foods can turn us inside out :angry:

Had to go and find this for gluless.......... B)

been reading today but just not posting.

love you guys.

judy

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I still feel like "what patti" said.............it's the best description of me body functions right now.

been reading today but just not posting.

love you guys.

judy

Glad you're hanging around, Judy! Quiet, but here...... . . ...hope we've brought a smile, even a little one, to ya today. Take good care o' yerself.... . . :)

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Pheel better, Judith! We can't have you pheeling like you've been shat over any cliffs, now can we? :P

Well Sillies....I used fresh garlic tonight. I made a delightphul melange of zucchini, onion, fresh tomato and garlic sauteed in olive oil. Very delish, except now everything smells like garlic :lol: Pungent stuff!

How you holding up tonight, Em? Soaking the tootsies? :D Will the gang be back again tomorrow?

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ah :( you guys are so sweet

I went to find Patti's quote and bless her......she'd already posted it for Robbin.

you guys are tooooooooooooooooooo fast for me. :blink:

I'll get me silly back some day soon i pray.

must get my 'warrior' armor on you all ;) and maybe me diapers :o Hell watch this show up on a google search.

God spare me.............

hugs to me buddies.

judy

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Oh poor Judy! :(

Honey, take the laptop into the bathroom just in case loud gut-busting guffaws lead to unexpected exoduses :ph34r:

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Honey, take the laptop into the bathroom just in case loud gut-busting guffaws lead to unexpected exoduses :ph34r:

:lol:

...Unexpected exodii..........

<_<:rolleyes:

Yes, Judy....... . .. ..laptop in bathroom!

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thanks Jess, Em and Patricia...........me makes Mt St Helen's eruptions like a whisper in the woods.......

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I keep forgetting to tell you guys, ya know my nekkid cat? Well, when they shaved him, for no reason that I understand, they left, uh, adornments on his, uh, backside. :blink: As if, for the next few months, he can strut around pretending he never had THAT surgery. :huh::lol:

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thanks Jess, Em and Patricia...........me makes Mt St Helen's eruptions like a whisper in the woods.......

This too shall pass ;)

But not TOO quickly :lol:

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Hi Robbin :)

The stench IS instantly recognisable :lol: ...yes, disembodied heads on.... wait :unsure: ...is that a leather skirt????? ...ain't no kilt :lol:

:lol::lol::lol:

What?...overworked, underpaid,stress, stress, stress???? Nikki needs rescuing!!! Do you happen to have any Calgon there?!?!?

It's something you bathe in and it's supposed to take all that away :lol:

Ok . . . more from the book . . . the lead character ended up with some sort of rash on her arm from wearing some sort of patch (Bev) and also one of the characters is an avid gardener (Judy). Still looking/reading for frozen balls.

This is quite the page turner Janet!

Hate to say it, but if this were possible I'd be a size 2! B)

True dat Patti :lol:

Surely you have men walking around in these.

:lol: Jess, designer kilts!

I personally like the tool belt kilt, maybe Emily should enforce a strict dress code on her property for all work men that enter and/or work on the premises. I'm just saying ;)

Well, Sillies..... .got meself another job today. I'm teaching ESL and TOEFL prep to some of the teachers in training at The Ripper's Montessori school. Just a few hours a week. This is good news.. .. . . . .we have a hot tub and new windows for which to pay! <_<

This sound fabulous Emily!

I suspect though it will cut into Sillyville time?

HERE IS AM! And I'm proud to say that I have been making Peter's balls. I covered them with Classico Marinara Sauce and lots of Mozzarella and Provolone. Boy they were good, finger lick'en good. :P

I highly recommend them!

Hello to Julie and all.

Hi Lisa!!!!!!

Sounds yummy what you did with your balls!!

I find the balls too laborious myself, am just going to make a delicious herbed meatloaf........

A hunk of meat can be quite tasty as well!

Will someone explain the ballcock to me, I was absent from class that day

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I keep forgetting to tell you guys, ya know my nekkid cat? Well, when they shaved him, for no reason that I understand, they left, uh, adornments on his, uh, backside. :blink: As if, for the next few months, he can strut around pretending he never had THAT surgery. :huh::lol:

That's interesting.....wonder why?

I keep meaning to ask (maybe I missed it)--why did you have him shaved?

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That's interesting.....wonder why?

I keep meaning to ask (maybe I missed it)--why did you have him shaved?

He has thick curly hair and refused to be combed. Poor boy was so matted he nipped when his sides were touched.

Since he has been shorn, I plugged in the heated cat bed for him. Wee beastie never leaves it except to ask for snacks.

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Will someone explain the ballcock to me, I was absent from class that day

Did someone say ballcock? Why yes, I'd be happy to elaborate.....

It all started wif me cute plumber and whether he used a ballcock--which is an honest to goodness plumbing thing. Exactly what, I'm not sure....but I know it has somephin to do wif the works inside a toilet tank. ;)

Ok, maybe I wan't such a big help..... :huh:

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Well Sillies....I used fresh garlic tonight. I made a delightphul melange of zucchini, onion, fresh tomato and garlic sauteed in olive oil. Very delish, except now everything smells like garlic :lol: Pungent stuff!

Sounds delish Patti, but yeah that garlic can stink up the entire house :lol:

I'll get me silly back some day soon i pray.

must get my 'warrior' armor on you all ;) and maybe me diapers :o Hell watch this show up on a google search.

God spare me.............

hugs to me buddies.

judy

Oh Judy, hang in there :wub:

Big hugs!!!!!!!!

I keep forgetting to tell you guys, ya know my nekkid cat? Well, when they shaved him, for no reason that I understand, they left, uh, adornments on his, uh, backside. :blink: As if, for the next few months, he can strut around pretending he never had THAT surgery. :huh::lol:

Hmmmm, vedy curious <_<

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Did someone say ballcock? Why yes, I'd be happy to elaborate.....

It all started wif me cute plumber and whether he used a ballcock--which is an honest to goodness plumbing thing. Exactly what, I'm not sure....but I know it has somephin to do wif the works inside a toilet tank. ;)

Ok, maybe I wan't such a big help..... :huh:

Patti, this was a HUGE help, thanks!!!! :)

And of course in true Sillyville phashion, it's phunnier the more the word gets worked into conversation :lol:

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And of course in true Sillyville phashion, it's phunnier the more the word gets worked into conversation :lol:

Yeah--it kind of takes on a life of it's own! :D

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