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The Funny Pages - Tickle Me Elbow - The Original


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#31 nikki-uk

 
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Posted 01 October 2006 - 11:06 AM

Well, off to second lunch ... I'm really a hobbitt.


With hairy feet???? :blink:
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Posted 01 October 2006 - 11:08 AM

With hairy feet???? :blink:

NO!!! :lol: I look more like an elf! :lol:

Patti, just saw your comment about rationing donuts ... guess we posted at the same time .... I'm not supposed to have ANY sugar, so I was being a naughty girl having any. Guess that's what made it sooo good!
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Posted 01 October 2006 - 11:11 AM

Patti, just saw your comment about rationing donuts ... guess we posted at the same time .... I'm not supposed to have ANY sugar, so I was being a naughty girl having any. Guess that's what made it sooo good!

I know :( How do you feel after eating it and having the coffee?
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Posted 01 October 2006 - 11:14 AM

I know :( How do you feel after eating it and having the coffee?

Absolutely fine. It's never bothered me. I'm just not supposed to have it because of my adrenals.
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Posted 01 October 2006 - 11:45 AM

Mmmm S'mores. I always liked making them in the coals. I'd assemble it then wrap it in foil and stick it in for a couple of minutes. Mmmm it would melt the chocolate all over the place :D

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Posted 01 October 2006 - 11:51 AM

Mmmm S'mores. I always liked making them in the coals. I'd assemble it then wrap it in foil and stick it in for a couple of minutes. Mmmm it would melt the chocolate all over the place :D
heeheehee :D

That sounds really good! We used to roast the marshmallow on a stick over the fire, then squish it between 2 graham crackers lined with Hershey bars.

Mmmm S'mores :P
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Posted 01 October 2006 - 11:59 AM

(Who let the dogs out?)


Just had to say, you let the dogs out!!!!!

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Posted 01 October 2006 - 12:00 PM

That sounds really good! We used to roast the marshmallow on a stick over the fire, then squish it between 2 graham crackers lined with Hershey bars.

Mmmm S'mores :P


I used to make them that way but was always mad that the chocolate wouldn't melt all the way. My cousin and I tried many different methods including trying to skewer the entire s'more and roast it over the fire....as you can probably imagine, it didn't work :rolleyes:
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Posted 01 October 2006 - 12:12 PM

I'm a bit late coming to this thread. Looks like everyone has moved on from the music stuck in the head theme, to chocolate. While on chocolate, I ate a small bar 50g last night, and had the most awful night sleep, bad dreams, but so restless and I then something a bit like a sleep paralysis. Just so horrible. Actually I fared better the night before when I dreamed I was an actress and acting dead! I acted dead pretty well, as I remember thinking while sleeping that I was doing that pretty well, and I woke up all stiff, A physcologist could have fun with my dreams. But I don't want to know.

But have to relate to you when I was small, and that song "Raindrops keeps falling on my head" kept going round and round in my head one night.
We had eaten mushrooms, picked fresh of the farm, there must have been a bad one in there as I just could not get that song out of my head, and of course I had D through the night. But then who here doesn't get D or C?
It still gives me a shudder when I think of the song even even now.

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Posted 01 October 2006 - 12:21 PM

Catherine, my mom was a music major in college and has a wonderful voice. She was in the local follies every year and one year sang Raindrops .... I can STILL hear it and that was well over 30 years ago! So, I know what you mean!! She was singing it ALL the time!
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Posted 01 October 2006 - 01:00 PM

I have to add this.........

Ice Ice Baby!
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Posted 01 October 2006 - 01:02 PM

With Tim spiing to "I will Boast" by PK7 off there 2006 "Unleashed" celiac disease, I get to hear it 100's of times a day! LOL but its better then alot of other songs he could have picked hehe.
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Posted 02 October 2006 - 07:34 AM

(wanders in and checks the smoldering campire)

Did everybody get a smore?

Sorry I had to bolt the party yesterday. I was typing along and I heard them most gut wrenching sound. My little one was screaming in pain, so I bolted. Turns out she got her little fingers pinched in the door. Nothing too serious, but she pinched them pretty good. A lot of hugs and kisses, some ice and a couple of Dora band Aids and she's better today.

I just had 3/4 of my chocloate donut (Maddy "Lefty" ate the rest). Yummy! those donuts are more like round brownies!

Maddy (2yo) and I are having Daddy & Maddy day today. We've been out shopping for a fridge this A.M. She is in charge of opening the doors and checking for food. Would you believe we didn't find a single one with food in it? Maddy couldn't either! What good is a fridge with no food? We've already got one of those!

Seriuos question, does anybody have one of the newer fridges w/ the pull out drawer freezer? My wife REALLLLY wants one, but I'm not sold on the idea. I'd rather spend the money on a nice side-by-side with h20 and ice in the door. The whole drawer thing looks like it would end up like another one of my favorite drawers - the junk drawer. <_<
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Posted 02 October 2006 - 07:44 AM

I was just thinking it was awfully quiet around here without you today!!

Refrigerators .... ugh. In our old house I had one of those nice, large GE built-in Monogram refrigerators. This house is 90 years old and has to be the coolest house I've ever lived in, but needs a new kitchen in a very bad way.

We have two rental properties. When we bought the second one a couple months ago, we bought new appliances for it, gave our refrigerator to the other rental (theirs was leaking), and took the operational, but lots of broken parts refrigerator out of the new rental and brought it home. So, I have the refrigerator that wasn't even good enough to make it to our rental property!!! :blink: We did that only because we're going to remodel this kitchen ... but I haven't felt up to it, so we won't start working on it till I do. I'm actually thinking of buying a new refrigerator and stove for this house, then putting it in our next rental purchase after we remodel this kitchen!!

I like big, side by sides .... I just don't see how a drawer would be big enough. Sounds like things would be too hard to find. Now, I like the idea of those crisper drawers ... if you could have one near the sink to keep the produce in, but I think that in 10 years it's going to be one of those things that "dates" your kitchen. What I'm trying to do in this house is make it look like it would have originally -- we just did the downstairs bath -- of course, in the kitchen, we'll do a "mission-style revival" no one would want a kitchen how they were 90 years ago.

I was no help, but you got to hear me ramble!! ;)
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Posted 02 October 2006 - 07:59 AM

I like big, side by sides .... I just don't see how a drawer would be big enough. Sounds like things would be too hard to find.


AHA! I knew I liked you!

The fridge we have now came with the house. It's small (18 Cu ft.), old, and there is no shelf in the freezer, so we have invented a dance to avoid the falling chicken breasts, peas, and cool whip everytime we are looking for something to eat. We both agree we need a new fridge, but we are at odds as to what kind to get.

For the longest time she thought side-by side was a good idea, but too pricey, so we waited. Then we stayed with friends who had a small side-by -side and she hated it - to cramped. Last week her mother's fridge died, so they went looking and she's all googly eyed over the bottoem drawer fridges. She says they're cheaper, but she's looking at the ones that are the same size as what we have now. I'm thinking if the one we have now is too small, won't a new one of the same size still be too small? :huh: I can see a teaching trip to the various big-boxes in our near future. :P

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