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The Funny Pages - Tickle Me Elbow - The Sequel
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How do I post a picture to the silly thread?

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I'm pretty sure it has to be on the internet first.....at least, that's the only way I've been able to do it. I've put a pic on fb, then copied the location and pasted it here...

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We had better add this to the Newbie 101 thread! We need gluten-free cars! :)

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This is a billboard I saw while in Baltimore recently. Look how mainstream our mockery

has become! I actually laughed pretty hard when I saw it....

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This is a billboard I saw while in Baltimore recently. Look how mainstream our mockery

has become! I actually laughed pretty hard when I saw it....

I think it is really funny. Then I picture someone asking for a gluten-free car! :)

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LMAO!!!! I think we should get a large gluten-free van and drive to pick up all the Psillies for Psummit 2

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Laugh all you want... it is working - everyone is talking about it in this thread and that is all the advertisers want.  :lol:

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This is excellent........ :lol:   :lol:

Man, I wish that modern cars were anything BUT gluten-free....wouldn't it be great if wheat could be the base for a gasoline type (like corn is) and the world could start using it to fuel our vehicles and heat our homes? Get it out of our food system..... <_<   <_<  

Yeah, that would be good.....

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OK - Loey has some bragging (or kvelling) to do! Tony scored a 170 out of a possible 180 on his LSAT's. Yesterday he was accepted into NYU Law School. He wasn't supposed to hear from any of the schools he applied to for several months. He also didn't expect to get into NYU. He's got his heart set on Ca & applied to Stanford, UCLA & Berkley, as well as several other top law schools. The cost will play into his choices as the cost of law school's on him. NYU would cost $$300,000 by the time he gets his degree. Anyway, thanks for letting me share - you are my extended family!

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WOOO HOOOOO, Loweeeee!   :D    :D    Good for Tony -- what a smart kid you have. Any scholarship possibilities? ( I ask because know that he is bloody brill)....

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YAY!!! WAY TO GO! WOOT! 

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Wahoo, Tony!

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THIS! THIS! is what ASL (American Sign Language) looks like when properly done! In many ways I find it superior to English! Watch the little girl tell the story, its well worth the 4 1/2 or so minutes! Wish I still lived near the church that was teaching ASL for free...only learned some of the basics.

 

http://mentalfloss.com/article/54306/9-reasons-little-girls-sign-language-version-twas-night-christmas-great

 

 

She. Nails. It. To. The. Freaking. Wall. :D

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THIS! THIS! is what ASL (American Sign Language) looks like when properly done! In many ways I find it superior to English! Watch the little girl tell the story, its well worth the 4 1/2 or so minutes! Wish I still lived near the church that was teaching ASL for free...only learned some of the basics.

 

http://mentalfloss.com/article/54306/9-reasons-little-girls-sign-language-version-twas-night-christmas-great

 

 

She. Nails. It. To. The. Freaking. Wall. :D

 

 

Oh btw she is only FOUR YEARS OLD. 

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Hello my sweet Psillies,

Wishing you all a Merry Christmas (and to those who don't celebrate Christmas I wish you a happy holiday). I hope you are surrounded by those you hold most dear. May the New Year bring you all health, happiness, & success.

Love & (((hugs))),

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I agree! Merry Christmas!

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What a beautiful video, Vyncenght....Thanks for sharing that -- the perfect thing to watch early on Christmas morning.   :)

 

MERRY CHRISTMAS, PSILLIES!!!  :wub:   :wub:

 

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Merry Christmas everyone!  or Happy Holidays too!

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Merry Christmas!

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I finally converted an old recipe to gluten free and every one loved it.

 

Cheesy potato Deluxe

2 pounds of hashbrowns ( thawed)

1 stick of butter

4 ounces sharp cheddar cheese

8 ounces of sour cream

2 cans of cream of (potato, chicken, or mushroom) soup

1 medium onion fined chopped

salt and pepper to taste

 

mix all ingredients in large mixing bowl, place into 9 by 13 baking dish. Bake a 375 degrees for 1 hour.

 

Finally found boxed gluten free cream soups,Pacific organic brand!  Meijer's started carrying this brand and it is a much better price than the health food stores.

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It is New Year's Eve, a time for reflection.

This board has now been running for 10 years. It went online to the world on December 31, 2003.

I joined on December 28, 2004, so it is nine years for me. I have have been honoured to be a moderator since 2007.

The year now ending has been an eventful one for me--some good, some bad.

As 2014 dawns, I wish all my friends here a prosperous and happy New Year.

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We are all so lucky to have you as our moderator for all these years, Peoter. This forum has enriched my life in so many ways. It's the silver lining in this crazy celiac world. I love my Psilly Phamily and wish you all a year filled with good health, good times, good people and only the best life has to offer! I'll see you all next year!!!

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Here's a simple prayer for all psillyaks to enjoy a blessed and fruitful New Year.  May the good Lord bless you in many ways this coming year, in Jesus mighty name, amen.  :)

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