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The Funny Pages - Tickle Me Elbow - The Sequel
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I've decided something....

Rice chex is far more superior to corn chex....

I mean its okay and doesn't bug me but.... i don't know how to explain it... Or perhaps its just a preference after only eating the rice variety for the past year and a half...

We actually like the corn better. But when stomachs have been sick, Rice Chex is the first food choice of my gluten eaters.

Aren't you done with school? When are you going home? My hub flew to Denver this morning and J picked him up & they are in Avon/ Beaver Creek to ski a few days before driving back.

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I'm going home on monday. :)

Classes are over, my last final was done on wednesday. Now its the wait for the grades :blink::lol:

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lmao -- great one K :)

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You have to catch them on the Internet and then turn them loose here.

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I snorted in my tea :)

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I snorted in my tea :)

First rule of Psillie Thread ---- put down the drink before reading!

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I snorted in my tea :)

You and IrishHeart should get together and discuss this problem. She has solved it by depositing the tea in the computer or keyboard, or both. You may be more adept?? :rolleyes::D

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I doubt it. Last time my mac was on repair they asked me if I'd ever spilled anything on the keyboard.

I gainsaid. And fluttered my eye-lashes.

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I doubt it. Last time my mac was on repair they asked me if I'd ever spilled anything on the keyboard.

I gainsaid. And fluttered my eye-lashes.

Been there, done that; fixed on warranty :D

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re: gift

Random rubber object found in hottube.

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Oh dear :ph34r:

Indeed :unsure:

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Random embibbed collegiate.

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that was strange :blink:

Someone just knocked on my door.

Did you see who?

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Yes, i didn't open it though. Nobody I knew and it was after 10pm sooo :(

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Unpronouncable liquiors from overseas in bright colors in odd shaped bottles :o

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Yes, i didn't open it though. Nobody I knew and it was after 10pm sooo :(

Maybe they were there to drop off some bugs..

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Or maybe the wasps are getting bigger and more adventurous :o

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If you ask who's there, and you hear "land shark" -- DON"T ANSWER!

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shhh.... i haven't seen any bugs since that major freeing we had (below 0) :ph34r:

Generally, if its not someone i know personally or an RA at that time of night, I don't open the door.

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If you ask who's there, and you hear "land shark" -- DON"T ANSWER!

HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!

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I just put my coffee cake thing in the oven. :lol: I was good i didn't eat any of the batter (used to do this alot as a child), but i did take a few bites of the crumble on top (rice flour, brown sugar, and butter). I had to make sure it would come out right :) I may post a picture on here when its done :lol:

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I just put my coffee cake thing in the oven. :lol: I was good i didn't eat any of the batter (used to do this alot as a child), but i did take a few bites of the crumble on top (rice flour, brown sugar, and butter). I had to make sure it would come out right :) I may post a picture on here when its done :lol:

Way to go Shadow....should be smelling heavenly there in a few minutes :)

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Way to go Shadow....should be smelling heavenly there in a few minutes :)

I don't doubt it will be :)

Oh i can't wait. I haven't had something with a crumbly stuffs on top since before i went gluten free. Muffins and coffee cakes of this nature used to be my all time favorite before then too. Granted, the crumbles are a bit smaller than what the recipie i followed said (gluteny one) but it should come out fine :)

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Make sure you post the recipe! :)

I went to the supermarket to buy a bar of Michel Cluziel chocolate. A random gentleman in coat, shades, and hat screams at me in the aisle: "where's the mayonese???"

I jerk, and falter "It's, uh, erm, I think, maybe that way... I... I... I don't know, I never bought mayonese!"

"Oh, don't bother. I thought you worked here."

I work in a market wearing (runner's)training gear? :blink: People are weird.

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