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The Funny Pages - Tickle Me Elbow - The Sequel
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Btw....good to see you Soozle :wub:

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A little humor to put a smile on your face:

 

My 3-year-old granddaughter walked in on her mom in the restroom

 

"Mommy, do you have a boo-boo on your jay-jay? Is that your band-aid?"

 

"uuuhh......yes.....that's exactly right."

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Damn. I get to this thread and I have no words. So much history....Shroomie...... she was one of our own, a silly with all that that means. You guys understand.

What happened?

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Wow, I had received an email that she had a stroke and was recovering... but nothing since then. :|

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Very harsh.  I still can't quite accept it.  Every now and then the world seems a little dimmer when someone wonderful moves on to their next adventure.

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That is horrible. *snicker*

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It is customized to fit your active lifestyle!

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Can you imagine the looks on the Robotics kids faces when I whipped that out? It might be worth it to buy one!

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Ummm....Is Karen the new Queen? :D

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Ummm....Is Karen the new Queen? :D

I wasn't paying any attention this time around, but yes, page 100 has arrived and with it, Her Royal Majesty, Queen Karen.

 

Fanfare, please.

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Hail to the Queen, Karen

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Ummm....Is Karen the new Queen? :D

YEP!! Phew... close call for me!

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I wasn't paying any attention this time around, but yes, page 100 has arrived and with it, Her Royal Majesty, Queen Karen.

 

Fanfare, please.

 

WOW! Me and my big mouth!

 

I refuse.... :ph34r:

Off with her head!

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WOW! Me and my big mouth!

 

Off with her head!

you... and what army? :P

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Hail Karrignne!!

Let 'em eat cake!

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Hail Karrignne!!

Let 'em eat cake!

 

 

This shall be my proclamation!

 

Let them eat gluten-free cake!   object-emoticon-0082.gif

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Liking the new queen already!!

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I request the Queen give her officious blessing and royal approval for her subjects to participate in the March Against Monsanto, 25-May-2013.  As the illustrious and most gracious Queen knows, GMO foods are bad for her subjects interior digestion and often are present in royal snubbing cookie packages without any pictorial representation of her glorious personage on the cover.  Further, some uncouth people are known to consume such GMO cookies without even any tea!  This must cease at once-like!  By the Queen's leave, of course.

 

http://www.march-against-monsanto.com/

 

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I request the Queen give her officious blessing and royal approval for her subjects to participate in the March Against Monsanto, 25-May-2013.  As the illustrious and most gracious Queen knows, GMO foods are bad for her subjects interior digestion and often are present in royal snubbing cookie packages without any pictorial representation of her glorious personage on the cover.  Further, some uncouth people are known to consume such GMO cookies without even any tea!  This must cease at once-like!  By the Queen's leave, of course.

 

http://www.march-against-monsanto.com/

 

 

 

Make it so, GeeEFF!

 

Now if my face was on the packaging..... ;)

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***********************ALL HAIL KWEEEEN KHERRIGHNNE!!!!***************************

 

I think we shouldn't just MARCH against Monsanto...we should organize an anti-Monsanto PARADE! We have quite a history of that in Psillyville..... :D

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