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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Must head over to Da Book.... . . ..check it out......I'm ready to larf....

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You guys seriously have to watch the video I shared on FBook, it's so funny it made me cry.

That's never happened before. Might have something to do with the flu, but hey....

:D :D :D

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I try not to overly dwell on this, or overburden you guys with it, but thought that almost two years on you might be interested in the state of our city.

http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/opinion/8140685/Christchurch-from-an-outsiders-eyes

I'm interested and thankful you shared - rising from the rubble - you have experience both personally and now your city.

The best is yet to come for you both!

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You guys seriously have to watch the video I shared on FBook, it's so funny it made me cry.

That's never happened before. Might have something to do with the flu, but hey....

Sure! Right away... oh yeah, thats right, some of us cannot do that because not all of are on your Facebook friends list. :( :(

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Having realized I am a horrible person, here is the link to the funny video I was talking about:

If that doesn't work, the video is called 'One Grain More' by Michael Bihovsky

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I was prepared to pay the "No FaceBook" penalty, but thank you Vydorscope and Bunnie both!! Who can't relate to that !!! Hilarious.

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Heard from the college boy last night. His chocolate milk kit Xmas gift was a big hit. They only have plain milk at his frat. I got him this type of bottle and Nesquik chocolate syrup. http://www.dietdirec...ker-bottle.html

Nice bottle Karen, that should really shake him up! :)

Having realized I am a horrible person, here is the link to the funny video I was talking about:
If that doesn't work, the video is called 'One Grain More' by Michael Bihovsky

Thanks Bunnies, that's a good one!

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Having realized I am a horrible person, here is the link to the funny video I was talking about:

If that doesn't work, the video is called 'One Grain More' by Michael Bihovsky

I wish I did not understand that!!!!

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..off to find an oat to milk..

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There is far too little activity here lately for someone home with the flu.

Someone do something funny! :P

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The link didn't work, but I looked it up on my own- very funny!

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Happy New Year!! Vacationed for 9 days!!! Then came back to find out that my lab hired a new tech, and suddenly I'm expected to change my schedule now. Um... Seriously??? I'm praying so hard that my supervisor figures out a way to keep me in this current schedule. As it is, the longest I go without seeing my kids is 2 days. This would mean I'd not see them for 5 days out of 7 every other week. This would be tragic on so many levels. I'm trying not to panic... Trying...

My kids are so funny and Maddie has that dry sense of humor that comes out of nowhere sometimes. Her, Captain and I are sitting at the table playing cards last night. A knock at the door and their dad comes in. Looks at Captain, Captain stiffens up, then he walks back to Max's room so Max can show him his newest Lego creation. Maddie looks at Captain and I and says, "Well, THIS is awkward..." I just about died laughing. She's such a nut! :wub:

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Maddie looks at Captain and I and says, "Well, THIS is awkward..."

:lol: Awesome.... . . . ...we really DO need kids around us....

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If that doesn't work, the video is called 'One Grain More' by Michael Bihovsky

:D

Thanks Bunny - That is great!

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The link didn't work, but I looked it up on my own- very funny!

My link worked for me?

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Its not going to snow.... they said...

Its going to pass us.... they said...

Its snowing....

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Its not going to snow.... they said...

Its going to pass us.... they said...

Its snowing....

Guess they gave you a snow job.

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Guess they gave you a snow job.

:lol::ph34r::lol::ph34r:

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I have been sitting here on my butt for hours reading stupid stuff on the internet. Anybody have any motivation to send my way?

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I have been sitting here on my butt for hours reading stupid stuff on the internet. Anybody have any motivation to send my way?

Haven't seen any lying around recently. If I were to, I might use it myself though :P

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