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The Funny Pages - Tickle Me Elbow - The Sequel
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Don't you love the google ads? A year or so ago, we were talking about having a dating service for Celiacs. Kidding around that we could start a section on the forum, etc. everyone started getting an ad for dating sexy Asian girls with basically naked pictures! admin was able to block it.

Ooooo.... Wonder if a dating site or hot sexy cabana boy site will pop up now?

Gluten free singles and a protein bar ad! Lol

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Hot sexy Cabana Boys works for me.  Imma start googling.   :D

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In your best Jeff Foxworthy voice....

 

If you know what I mean by “loose stool”….. you might be a celiac!

If you have gotten over the fear of pooping in public….. you might be a celiac!

If you have ever believed that your gut was going to explode….. you might be a celiac!

If you find yourself reading more food labels than emails….. you might be a celiac!

If you can read an ingredient labels in micro-seconds….. you might be a celiac!

If you take more Imodium than vitamins….. you might be a celiac!

If you use your inability to drink beer as a reason to drink top shelf liquor….. you might be a celiac!

If people don’t know your name but remember you eat gluten free….. you might be a celiac!

If you’re always asking your friends for the list of ingredients they used for dinner….. you might be a celiac!

If you notice you constantly use the word “rice” as a adjective….. you might be a celiac.

If the pantry is full and there’s nothing you can eat…literally!!….. you might be a celiac.

If you have to explain to every waiter what gluten is….. you might be a celiac!

If beer gives you more than just the “beer farts”….. you might be a celiac!

If you thought you were hearing voices, but it turned out to be the gluten you just ate….. you might be a celiac!

If you have more gas than a filling station….. you might be a celiac!

 

Colleen 

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 80533088.gif I loves bacon.

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Certainly the case in my house.....

 

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In your best Jeff Foxworthy voice....

 

If you know what I mean by “loose stool”….. you might be a celiac!

If you have gotten over the fear of pooping in public….. you might be a celiac!

If you have ever believed that your gut was going to explode….. you might be a celiac!

If you find yourself reading more food labels than emails….. you might be a celiac!

If you can read an ingredient labels in micro-seconds….. you might be a celiac!

If you take more Imodium than vitamins….. you might be a celiac!

If you use your inability to drink beer as a reason to drink top shelf liquor….. you might be a celiac!

If people don’t know your name but remember you eat gluten free….. you might be a celiac!

If you’re always asking your friends for the list of ingredients they used for dinner….. you might be a celiac!

If you notice you constantly use the word “rice” as a adjective….. you might be a celiac.

If the pantry is full and there’s nothing you can eat…literally!!….. you might be a celiac.

If you have to explain to every waiter what gluten is….. you might be a celiac!

If beer gives you more than just the “beer farts”….. you might be a celiac!

If you thought you were hearing voices, but it turned out to be the gluten you just ate….. you might be a celiac!

If you have more gas than a filling station….. you might be a celiac!

 

Colleen 

 

LOLOLOLOL!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Also, yes to bacon please!

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Bacon is the cure for everything!

Edit- it showed the video when I quote it! ( it's because I rubbed some bacon on it)

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:lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol: Karen rubbed bacon on it.  I gotta use that line on Hubs.  :ph34r:

 

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Bacon is the cure for everything!

Edit- it showed the video when I quote it! ( it's because I rubbed some bacon on it)

Love it!

A friend of ours had a great one...hubs uses all the time now.

Bacon, the duct tape of the kitchen ... There ain't nothing it can't fix ;)

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Every time I see the bacon dancing dude it makes me crave bacon.... Bacon must have endorphins in it...makes everyone so happy :D

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I love that idea.  Ski will too.  I like to make spritzers with my wine and always add ice cubes.  This could seriously work for me  :D

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http://www.asobubottle.com/iv2g-ice_vino_2_go.html

 

 

For all of us winos.  Even red wine can get too hot while floating in the pool.

Oh yes!!! Sign me up...I need more shit for hubs to make fun of. Not joking...I love to watch him when he thinks something is ridiculous ... Been thirty one years and he still doesn't know sometimes I do it just to watch him try not to be grumpy...mean? Probably ;)

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Holy crap.  I though that was a gimme... :blink:

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Lol...wonder if you'd end up with a blue child if he ran thru the sprinklers on a summer day?

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Every time there is a Darwin warning on something I have to wonder if it is because someone actually did something that incredibly stupid.

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I think if you turn the shirt inside out - the kid would fall out? So... If people don't read the instructions & don't turn the shirt inside out.....

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Maybe that is exactly what happened to the "Blue Man Crew" guys that do some sort of music.  They will be forever blue, sad isn't it.

 

Colleen

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