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The Funny Pages - Tickle Me Elbow - The Sequel
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I don't know, they make really good music. If that's how they got their talent I can't say it turned out all bad.

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LOVE LOVE LOVE this!! thanks, Addy!! 

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My husband and I were goofing off, he did something only he found amusing and said "I'm funny." I agreed with him, gave it a few seconds then added "but looks aren't everything." Sometimes I crack myself up. :D

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That's a good one!  Do mind if we borrow and make t-shirts?

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Folks, be aware of this. Lawn flamingos may seem kitschy and adorable, but they can pick a T-Rex clean in under 90 seconds at this time of year. Be careful. Use a trusted anti-flamingo spray before venturing outdoors. Let's be safe out there.

 

 

Saw this Public Service Announcement on Facebook.

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I kept almost talking my husband into lawn flamingos for our garden this year. Thankfully he kept talking me down... I never knew they were so dangerous! :ph34r:

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LOLOLOLOLOL

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Pink flamingoes are scary!  Good one Crayon!

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:lol:  :lol:  That really is fantastic....

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Flamingo's in yards scare me... :ph34r:

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I just hope they don't do Men's Hairy Butts.. :lol:

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Those are actually kind of cute.

 

We have a peach tree in the yard. I was wondering if I could find a way to make little peach underoos and sell packs of peaches in panties at the market when they're ready.

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Because nothing is more educational than Bea Arthur and a unicorn.

 

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LMAO...Good point Nic.

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I'm with you nvsmom!  Just seems creepy.  I will be cutting open all peaches and eating them sliced from now on.

 

Second guessing my plan to plant that peach tree.....

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Hi Dee Ho...was catching up on some threads and saw something interesting....Peter is on post number 6999 :)

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 A famous Viking explorer returned home from a voyage and
found his name missing from the town register. His wife insisted
on complaining to the local civic official, who apologized profusely
saying, "I must have taken Leif off my census."
 
^_^
 
Evidence has been found that William Tell and his family were avid
bowlers. Unfortunately, all the Swiss League records were destroyed
in a fire, ...and so we'll never know for whom the Tells bowled.
:rolleyes: 
 
A skeptical anthropologist was cataloguing South American folk remedies
with the assistance of a tribal elder who indicated that the leaves of a
particular fern were a sure cure for any case of constipation. When the
anthropologist expressed his doubts, the elder looked him in the eye
and said, "Let me tell you, with fronds like these, you don't need enemas."
 
:mellow:  :D 
hey, I don't write em, I just pass em on.
Karen likes silly punny ones and I like to keep her happy.
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