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#13021 tom

 
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Posted 23 April 2008 - 05:04 PM

.. ... and stop eating sugar, carbs, and alcohol. So no more fruit, rice crackers, wine. Nothing that I can just throw in my backpack and take to work.

Oy .. . .I feel for ya Jess

Eeeek - rant away m'dear
...not much advise on the phoody phront (I suspect Phatauoghmn can help here)

I don't do much of the pack'n'go.
More than a few times, I've resorted to bringing a spoon & a jar of almond butter.
Or a bag of nuts.
My cold-smoked sockeye (no sugar) might travel ok. Not sure how long it's ok w/out refrig - maybe pre-freeze?
Hummus maybe - but I usually use the brown rice tortillas.
(Ack! I don't know how to do food-on-the-go at ALL!)
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Posted 23 April 2008 - 05:15 PM

:lol: :lol: :lol: OMG....

Okay...Jack has another tough question for us all to debate.

Another choice to make:

You must choose either option, or you will be dead. <_< :huh: :lol:

Would you rather have:

A small (but unproductive) butt on your forehead....

OR

Two little feet dangling from your chin?

:lol: :lol:

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Posted 23 April 2008 - 05:29 PM

Oh Peter - quelle heinosity, this Bell Canada debacle. So glad they have it fixed for the moment but yeah, Em's advice:

"Look...I'll have you know that I hold official Oracle status. I therefore do NOT suffer fools gladly..."

You mention the Oracle designation, and watch them snap to attention. ;) :lol:



:lol: :lol: :lol:

by all means use the word Oracle, and see what happens.


:lol: :lol: :lol: OMG....

Okay...Jack has another tough question for us all to debate.

Another choice to make:

You must choose either option, or you will be dead. <_< :huh: :lol:

Would you rather have:

A small (but unproductive) butt on your forehead....

OR

Two little feet dangling from your chin?

:lol: :lol:



oh dear gawd

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

how to choose this time? A non-functioning arse-in-fore'ead - - or the feet from the chin........

I really am goign to have to ponder this one.

Death, you say?


:lol: :lol: :lol:
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Posted 23 April 2008 - 05:59 PM

I gotta take chinfeet over butthead. <_<

Bet chinfoot toenails are hard to trim.
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Posted 23 April 2008 - 06:24 PM

I used the word "yetis" in an online Scrabble game with my best friend last night. B)
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Posted 23 April 2008 - 06:36 PM

ScrabbleYeti woohooo!!! :lol:
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Posted 23 April 2008 - 07:17 PM

:lol: :lol: :lol: OMG....

Okay...Jack has another tough question for us all to debate.

Another choice to make:

You must choose either option, or you will be dead. <_< :huh: :lol:

Would you rather have:

A small (but unproductive) butt on your forehead....

OR

Two little feet dangling from your chin?

:lol: :lol:


OMGAWWWWWDDDDD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yes!!! I can tell he is YOUR son!!!! Quite the family resemblence . . . so to speak!


Decisions, Decisions . . . like tom said, guarenteed to be called ButtHead but also think of the fun telling people to kiss your arse!

Speaking of fun . . . how about being able to buy tiny shoes for your tiny chinfeet that coordinate with your outfit . . . minnie versions of the shoes that you are currently wearing . . . oh, but the cost of wearing specialty made shoes and the pedicures . . . the butthead would be cheaper . . . hmmmm, I'll have to sleep on it . . . Oh and what about athlete's (chin)foot??
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Posted 23 April 2008 - 07:46 PM

I gotta take chinfeet over butthead. <_<

Bet chinfoot toenails are hard to trim.


:lol:

but.....a vestigial arse.......I dunno. It could get really flabby, start sagging, cellulite....other things....sweaty between teh cheeks on hot days..........

*snort*

that Jack, I tell ya. <shaking head> He is KOOKIER than his mother, I think........ :lol:


I used the word "yetis" in an online Scrabble game with my best friend last night. B)


:lol:


Speaking of fun . . . how about being able to buy tiny shoes for your tiny chinfeet that coordinate with your outfit . . . minnie versions of the shoes that you are currently wearing . . . oh, but the cost of wearing specialty made shoes and the pedicures . . . the butthead would be cheaper . . . hmmmm, I'll have to sleep on it . . . Oh and what about athlete's (chin)foot??



gawd :lol: :lol:
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Posted 23 April 2008 - 08:18 PM

How quickly one can get behind in this thread.....


Was that stack of laughs here a minute ago--or have I completely lost my mind :blink:


Stack of Laughs, very fun to say, must sprinkle into conversation more often.

:lol: Patti, pay no attention to the woman behind the curtain with her stack of laughs


Sillies - - I was in a terrible vortex all day yesterday............and I'm emerging from it now....... I missed such hilarity!

Julie - - I just LOVED your ladybug analogy of - yesterday? Mentioned it to Kissey last night - - we had the most wonderful, long chat - - he could NOT have been more dear as I was gently crying over the paltry state of my life - and he agreed, I need a ladybug to come to me, I simply canNOT look for a job, pretty much ever again. It will have to come along, and Kissey has a lead about which I am most excited. :) Stay tuned.


Sorry about the not so great day yesterday Susie :( but I am so glad to hear you had a good talk with Kissey and that you were in a much better frame of mind today!

I'll be anxiously awaiting news about the new development with that job lead :D :D


Chinese Sillies......

Chillies!!


:lol:


Well sillies.......a major portion of yesterday's dark vortex can be explained. :ph34r:

Got my period today, two days early..............

Psorry to our menfolk, Peter and Ptaum.


That explains a lot :lol:


Okay, here is the rest of the tale of the telecommunications mess in my life.

The infrastructure is old in this part of town, so another problem is not without possibility. Sunday morning a short developed in my line somewhere between the pole outside my store, and the telephone switching office about 1.5 miles south of me.


Peter, heinous! Hope it all gets ironed out soon.


Another choice to make:

You must choose either option, or you will be dead.

Would you rather have:

A small (but unproductive) butt on your forehead....

OR

Two little feet dangling from your chin?



Hmmm, I would have to choose the feet dangling from chin.

I don't want another butt (productive or not), that could potentially expand, and just think of the sanitary issues.

Mini feet would be easier to maintain, and gives new meaning to standing on your head.
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Posted 24 April 2008 - 04:00 AM

I used the word "yetis" in an online Scrabble game with my best friend last night. B)



and how many points did you get for that word? I hope alot, it was heniously creative!

Morning sillies...gosh darn legs are pretty sore from the walk Jen and I took last night. Still sleeping on my own too!!!!

Please keep positive thoughts for my new cubie mate Susan, she had been having bladder infections so they did a CT yesterday to rule out stones, and they found a growth (very large) on her one kidney, it takes up the entire half of her kidney. They are not sure if it is a cyst or tumor, she will have more tests very soon to find out. She is such a sweet woman.

A little background, about a year ago, this woman had been very tired and fatigued and at one point needed a transfusion and no one could ever pinpoint why....lots of tests were done including the pill camera and everything was fine....so this latest development is scary!

Carry on Sillies!
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Posted 24 April 2008 - 04:05 AM

Morning, All!

I have slept well, but I still remain uncertain about little hanging chin-feet vs. small forehead buttocks. I will ask the students this morning, and it will provide an opportunity for a lively, coloUrful and animated debate using some sound English vocabulary and likely the conditional tenses.
:huh: :lol:



I gotta take chinfeet over butthead. <_<
Bet chinfoot toenails are hard to trim.


Decisions, Decisions . . . like tom said, guarenteed to be called ButtHead but also think of the fun telling people to kiss your arse!

Speaking of fun . . . how about being able to buy tiny shoes for your tiny chinfeet that coordinate with your outfit . . . minnie versions of the shoes that you are currently wearing . . . oh, but the cost of wearing specialty made shoes and the pedicures . . . the butthead would be cheaper . . . hmmmm, I'll have to sleep on it . . . Oh and what about athlete's (chin)foot??


I know, I know...And apparently one dies if no choice is made!! Mygawd....must...make...a...choice....
Chin-feet = more expensive.....i.e., trimming, toenail maintenance, exfoliating, tiny footwear...Have to purchase those little sneakers you see in baby shops, I suppose.
However, you may want to put a pair of shorts on your tiny head-butt. And you would need to start having your hats custom-made to accommodate the little bum - - an added expense, to be sure.

Hmmmm.......athlete's face? cranial hemorroids?

I used the word "yetis" in an online Scrabble game with my best friend last night. B)


:lol: :lol:

I actually used SCAT not long ago. Not a big ring-up of points, but it was a nice affectionate nod to us Sillies.....
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Posted 24 April 2008 - 04:25 AM

I actually used SCAT not long ago. Not a big ring-up of points, but it was a nice affectionate nod to us Sillies.....

"affectionate nod" :D Quite charming!

Well, I'm entering the butthead vs. dangling chin debate late.....are we allowed to cover the butt with bangs (fringe to you, Nikki ;) )? That would affect my decision, although the fashion points of the dangling feet sound kinda interesting, too. Love the idea of the matching shoes--mine could have tiny Birkenstocks :lol:
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Posted 24 April 2008 - 04:51 AM

Morning sillies!!
..haves been mulling over the
Facial Arse vs Dangling chin feet dilemma

It could get really flabby, start sagging, cellulite....other things....sweaty between teh cheeks on hot days..........



That would affect my decision, although the fashion points of the dangling feet sound kinda interesting, too. Love the idea of the matching shoes--mine could have tiny Birkenstocks :lol:


Yep - it's gotta be chin feet methinks (although good idea on the fringe...well remembered Patti ;) )
T'was the fashion aspects + cannot allow 'sweatybumcrackonface' :lol:

The ripper truly astounds me with his quizzical thinking :blink: :unsure: :lol: (takes after his mother I'm sure ;) )


Amanda - positive thoughts for friend :)

Peter (Oracle)....heinous dealings my friend - hope you get them all done today :)


Still chuckling over the Chillies (Chinese sillies) :lol:

Julie's stack of laughs :lol:

Carry on Wackl's :D
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Posted 24 April 2008 - 06:42 AM

Good morn Sillies, tis a fantabulous spring day here!

Woke up and stretched next to the massive steel structure that is my new treadmill, thought that was another baby step towards actually getting on it :lol:


Please keep positive thoughts for my new cubie mate Susan, she had been having bladder infections so they did a CT yesterday to rule out stones, and they found a growth (very large) on her one kidney, it takes up the entire half of her kidney. They are not sure if it is a cyst or tumor, she will have more tests very soon to find out. She is such a sweet woman.

A little background, about a year ago, this woman had been very tired and fatigued and at one point needed a transfusion and no one could ever pinpoint why....lots of tests were done including the pill camera and everything was fine....so this latest development is scary!


Oh Amanda, your coworker will be in my thoughts!
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Posted 24 April 2008 - 07:45 AM

Well all I am escaping for lunch soon.... to the outside world so I can take in some sun...I's too pasty white now I need some tan, summer will be arriving shortly ya know!

So we got a hospital wide memo about internet usage so I may have to drastically cut back my time on here. I cannot listen to the radio on the net anymore....I miss listening to my buddy on the radio. His show is fun. We still email each other though so we can talk yet....but what if they take my silly vortex away....gee gads! what is a girl to do! do they expect me to work or something?????
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