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The Funny Pages - Tickle Me Elbow - The Original


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#49591 psawyer

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Posted 03 October 2012 - 10:01 AM

Last name is Trigili :D

Search by name of author. ;)
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#49592 VydorScope

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Posted 03 October 2012 - 10:01 AM

To me too, please.The last two chapters, where you have to tie the whole book together - I can see why you would need a clear head :rolleyes:

Sure!

Especially since this book wraps up a lot of the hanging threads from the first three! :)

Me three please, V :)



Done. :)
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Posted 03 October 2012 - 11:40 AM

Sure!

Especially since this book wraps up a lot of the hanging threads from the first three! :)




Done. :)


You know, Viktor-Vincent (I'm going with a hyphenated option now), if you should need a little "help", I'm sure we'll all pitch in. We've got reallllly good halucinations imaginations.

Got a yeti in this last book? I don't wanna pull rank or anything, but I am the Queen!! and I really think you should put a yeti in there.
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Posted 03 October 2012 - 11:48 AM

You know, Viktor-Vincent (I'm going with a hyphenated option now), if you should need a little "help", I'm sure we'll all pitch in. We've got reallllly good halucinations imaginations.

Got a yeti in this last book? I don't wanna pull rank or anything, but I am the Queen!! and I really think you should put a yeti in there.



Not in four, I will at some point consider the possibility of thinking about adding it to a future book at some as yet indeterminable date and time. ;)

In a more serious note, the only help I really need now is a couple-few decent pre-readers for book 4. I have a professional editor, but I like to get a few fans to read and comment before release.
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Posted 03 October 2012 - 12:11 PM

Got a yeti in this last book? I don't wanna pull rank or anything, but I am the Queen!! and I really think you should put a yeti in there.



In a more serious note, the only help I really need now is a couple-few decent pre-readers for book 4. I have a professional editor, but I like to get a few fans to read and comment before release.


Gawd, can you imagine us Psillies on V's test marketing reader team? " Not a single mention of a yeti"......"No reference to protagonist's thumb size".......""Um, do the aliens have anal glands? if not, why not?"... . . ...

:rolleyes:
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Posted 03 October 2012 - 12:12 PM

How many pages??? :ph34r:
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Posted 03 October 2012 - 12:40 PM

Gawd, can you imagine us Psillies on V's test marketing reader team? " Not a single mention of a yeti"......"No reference to protagonist's thumb size".......""Um, do the aliens have anal glands? if not, why not?"... . . ...

:rolleyes:



.....and don't forget the shwa

.....and in honor of my gun toting, walker-using, escapist FIL.......a kangaroo scrotum


Looks like our Queen may need to bring forth more stories from the Psillyville Chronicles :rolleyes:
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Posted 03 October 2012 - 12:50 PM

Gawd, can you imagine us Psillies on V's test marketing reader team? " Not a single mention of a yeti"......"No reference to protagonist's thumb size".......""Um, do the aliens have anal glands? if not, why not?"... . . ...:rolleyes:



.....and don't forget the shwa.....and in honor of my gun toting, walker-using, escapist FIL.......a kangaroo scrotumLooks like our Queen may need to bring forth more stories from the Psillyville Chronicles :rolleyes:


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Umm yeah... on second thought..... :lol:
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Posted 03 October 2012 - 12:58 PM

How many pages??? :ph34r:



Hmm with my current printer:

Volume I - 276 pages
Volume II - 288 pages
Volume III - 332 pages

Volume four has not gone to the printers yet, but should be similar in length to Volume III since their word counts are about the same. Better then 95% of my sales are ebooks these days, so I had to look up the page counts LOL. Printed books are slowly fading away across the board.
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Posted 03 October 2012 - 01:20 PM

.....and don't forget the shwa

.....and in honor of my gun toting, walker-using, escapist FIL.......a kangaroo scrotum


Yes, yes....shwas and kangaroo scrotums...... penis slings..... .ballcocks....hmmmm...starting to sound rather Fifty Shades of Grey-ish..... :rolleyes:

Vynceghnt, we have often spoken, through the past few years, about printing off this thread and publishing it in book form, as often it has been much more entertaining and clever than anything, quite possibly, on the New York Times Bestseller List. :lol:

SO THIS COULD BE YOUR BOOK # 5!! It's right here!
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Posted 03 October 2012 - 03:51 PM

....and for those who prefer a good mystery, there's the crutch tip in the ho' tub saga
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Posted 03 October 2012 - 04:01 PM

YES!





:huh: How in hell did that get in my ho' tub?.......
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Posted 03 October 2012 - 04:30 PM

I would have to go digging for it, but there was a picture one day of my balls. :ph34r:
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Posted 03 October 2012 - 04:32 PM

That and CanadianKaren's buckets... yeah... been some umm interesting things in this thread... :huh:
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Posted 03 October 2012 - 04:35 PM

I found it. It was more than four years ago.

Well, here is my input for Sunday evening.

Click here to see our gluten-free Yorkshire pudding recipe.

Today got off to a roaring start much earlier than planned when the phone rang about 8:15. Twas ADT, the alarm company, reporting an alarm at the store. Jacquie answers, then confers with me. It is a single-zone event involving the interior motion detector. We pass on the police response, and hustle down there, arriving at 9:00 and finding nothing unusual.

We went in and reset the alarm, then looked at the surveillance video around the time of the alarm. Seems like something startled Caramel (click to see her), and she was running around and jumped upwards and across the field of the motion detector. Sigh. :(

So we lock up and go back home.

It is fairly nice, although quite humid, and we go out and do the grocery shopping early afternoon. Serious rain is on the way, a gift from somebody named Ike. We expect up to two inches overnight, and it has started within the last hour.

Click here to see my balls! :ph34r:

Later we made a batch of gluten-free meat balls, which we freeze and then defrost as needed for such events as spaghetti and meat balls. Mmmm good. See link above for a picture, if you haven't already clicked it. :D

Now, I must go and start on dinner: salad and reheated gluten-free lasagna.


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