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Those are HILARIOUS!!! I'm sitting here all alone and laughing like a fool. Thank you!!!

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I L-O-V-E it! :lol:

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Heeheehee.... heeheeheee...! Somebody gets it! Heeheee heeee....

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Hahahaha this is awesome!

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so true! thanks for the laugh !

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Hahaha, great way to start my day, coffee and laughing out loud. Thanks :lol:

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I'm laughing my butt of at work -- thank you!

The supermarket face...and the soy sauce revelation...hahahaha

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This is freakin HYSTERICAL!!

Thanks so much for posting it.

At first I was like

:D

then I was like

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

and I sent it to everyone in my email world....gluten-free or not.

you get a big ole kiss for this!

MMMWWWWAA!!!

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

I sooooooooo needed that.

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

I sooooooooo needed that.

:lol: :lol: :lol:

See, now, don't you feel better?

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:lol: :lol: :lol:

See, now, don't you feel better?

Oh Yeah!

I'm sitting on the couch with Hubs laughing and,

He's all, what is so funny? As he is chowing down a sub.

I'm like, it's celiac humor, as I look at the sub, you wouldn't get it.

:lol:

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HAHA! Great find! Just read 10 pages of it.. then like "I really should get some work done..." :)

I see that despite my "poor directions", you managed to find this thread. :huh::P

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Oh Yeah!

I'm sitting on the couch with Hubs laughing and,

He's all, what is so funny? As he is chowing down a sub.

I'm like, it's celiac humor, as I look at the sub, you wouldn't get it.

:lol:

Tell him to keep his crumbs, his paws and his lips off you until he scrubs up. Tell him you need a hazmat suit :lol:

Think of that actor Jeffrey Tambor yelling NO CROSS CONTAMINATION! NO TOUCHING!! ... :lol: :lol:

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Tell him to keep his crumbs, his paws and his lips off you until he scrubs up. Tell him you need a hazmat suit :lol:

Think of that actor Jeffrey Tambor yelling NO CROSS CONTAMINATION! NO TOUCHING!! ... :lol: :lol:

He is really good about de-crumbling himself. It's the kitchen he has trouble with. It's understandable because he has always cooked and I always clean up. :D

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He is really good about de-crumbling himself. It's the kitchen he has trouble with. It's understandable because he has always cooked and I always clean up. :D

"de-crumbling"...good word!! :lol:

I know, honey, I'm just teasing ya. Trying to get yer mind off....ya know......hey, how about this heat?

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"de-crumbling"...good word!! :lol:

I know, honey, I'm just teasing ya. Trying to get yer mind off....ya know......hey, how about this heat?

OMG. The heat is getting to be too much for me. If I step out with the dogs, I can't breathe and my limbs get weak. It hit 100 again today.

Hey. I had a yummy dinner. I had leftover chicken, leftover rice, leftover baby red potatoes. I mixed it all together on my plate, nuked it then shredded a bit of cheddar on top. Not bad eh? That's cooking to me. I have a ways to go in that department. :D

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I see that despite my "poor directions", you managed to find this thread. :huh::P

Yes, well I used my GPS and iPhone with Google maps... but I got here in the triple digit temps anyways! ;)

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OMG. The heat is getting to be too much for me. If I step out with the dogs, I can't breathe and my limbs get weak. It hit 100 again today.

Hey. I had a yummy dinner. I had leftover chicken, leftover rice, leftover baby red potatoes. I mixed it all together on my plate, nuked it then shredded a bit of cheddar on top. Not bad eh? That's cooking to me. I have a ways to go in that department. :D

Hey, I can't cook either, but except for the potatoes (can't do nightshades), that is pretty much the way I eat every day. And it tastes pretty good. :)

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Aawwww....IrishHeart. :D I'm glad everyone enjoyed it. my best friend is also gluten free and she absolutely loved it. Her dad, who is not gluten free, did not understand. I find myself reading it ALL THE TIME.

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That site is hysterical! Thanks so much for posting it!!

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Looks like I got my night cut out for me! In bed reading all of these until I fall asleep! aww I love this!! When I see sites like this it make me feel a little less alone in this!

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