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#61 shadowicewolf

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Posted 25 November 2012 - 08:30 AM

.... i swear....

I spoke too soon guys.... discovered wasp #8 this morning (right after i woke up no less and by my bed). It wasn't acting right though... so yay for electric bug things?
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Posted 25 November 2012 - 09:15 AM

Or maybe you got a wasp with celiac :) :o
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#63 shadowicewolf

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Posted 25 November 2012 - 09:22 AM

nah, it acted like it was somewhat drunk.
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Posted 25 November 2012 - 09:45 AM

.... i swear....

I spoke too soon guys.... discovered wasp #8 this morning (right after i woke up no less and by my bed). It wasn't acting right though... so yay for electric bug things?


Maybe maintenance sprayed while you were gone?
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Posted 25 November 2012 - 10:35 AM

Or maybe you got a wasp with celiac :) :o


nah, it acted like it was somewhat drunk.

It's like a mini cross-species celiac quiz! :wacko:

And the answer is .. ... ..[hey what's a King gotta do to get a drumroll around here??????] [Not to be confused w/ a durum roll]
. . . ....Ataxia!

I might be inclined to appoint a Royal Commission . .. . .hmmm .. .the Wasp Ataxia Special Project . .. .yeah, I did it.
Is it the poison or the zapper or a uniquely ratioed combo?
Is the ataxia wasp in throes of death or a superwasp survivor, stumblecrawling away to find a supermate, rendering future EMF attacks innocuous? Yours may be the wasp world's Cornelius in Planet of the Wasps . .. ..
Gotta launch these things early in an administration. Not sure when lame duck/drunk wasp status begins.




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And just how lame IS a duck if it's just his foot? Am I missing a wing-only connotation?
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Posted 25 November 2012 - 10:51 AM

And just how lame IS a duck if it's just his foot? Am I missing a wing-only connotation?

Yes. Clearly a lame duck has either a left- or right-wing injury.
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Posted 25 November 2012 - 11:00 AM

Maybe maintenance sprayed while you were gone?


sure smelt like it when i walked in after being gone for a few days (only to spay a gnat and a lady bug flying around).
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Posted 25 November 2012 - 03:39 PM

Shrooomie, are you really a cool, hip, nineteen-year old New Zealand hottie?


My gawd, I am so cool and hip and hot I am afraid to post a pic as my av due to the reactions it may engender. And I am espoused to a super sugar daddy which allows me to spend my days on idle frivolities (and keeping my trophy-wife bod in shape :P (my night-times are of course committed). Think Hugh Hefner and a cool hip playboy bunny (Ewwwww :unsure: ); think.....

:huh:

I am having a hard time coming up with another example; Silvio Berlusconi (no, the sod's a carouser) Jacques Chirac (nah, they're both too corrupt) -- well, anyway...... I is kept (for the moment).

Yes. Clearly a lame duck has either a left- or right-wing injury.


A lame duck can be a very precarious state, whether on the left or the right :rolleyes:
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Posted 25 November 2012 - 03:56 PM

Whew!!!!!! I found me psillies!!!!!!! Is everybody present and accounted for?????

sure smelt like it when i walked in after being gone for a few days (only to spay a gnat and a lady bug flying around).

:huh:

Wellllll...........I suppose that's one way to reduce the population. Is that done with a microscope?



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#70 shadowicewolf

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Posted 25 November 2012 - 05:36 PM

can you tell i'm tired :lol:

At any rate, i did something stupid... i left some water on to boil as a makeshift humidifyer right? It was fine when i last checked on it (like 20mins ago) right? then i start to hear this pop pop sound. I get up and the enamal (which was already weak to begin with) poping off all over the place. Luckily, my pot of soup in front of it had a massive lid on it completely sealing it from the poping enamil going into it. Lucky lucky, i would have had to toss it out otherwise (the lid is about a half an inch bigger than the pot is so it goes over a bit on all sides and it also lips upward, normally this lid is used in a fry pan).

The pot was already ruined by the dishwasher (took the main layer off, leaving a rough texture). So no big loss there (i should still be able to use it as a water pan though, its cast iorn underneath kinda looks like the pot in this http://www.bedbathan...0568744&RN=816 (actually my bigger one is exactly like that :lol: )).

soooo glad for the lid on the soup, else i'd be without dinner right now (of course i took the lid off after i fixed the other pots issues just to check :blink: ).

Lesson learned.
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Posted 25 November 2012 - 06:55 PM

I got a little humidifier at CVS for travelling, it's a sound-wave humidifier, no filtration,
you just tip a bottle of water into it and turn it on. It has a little adapter thingy for the
bottles of water. I think it's fantastic. Plus, no boiling! :P
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Posted 25 November 2012 - 06:57 PM

Mygawd..... .. . .popping enamel, ataxia wasps, durum rolls, Jacques Chirac and hobbling ducks... . ... ..just another page in the New Psilly Annals....

:rolleyes:


Well, looks like the Toronto Argonauts are gonna annihilate the Calgary Stampeders in the Canadian Grey Cup game.....








Isn't that fascinating? :rolleyes:
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Posted 25 November 2012 - 07:01 PM

And in the immortal closing wurdz of Leesur (GottaSki) in the Funny pages thread that was laid to rest:

"No hangover here"

Such an inspiration! Quite a goal for us all to strive for Lessur! Yes, we now have a new standard of eggzallence to stumble towardz, or crawl towardz in some cases, for this holiday season. :)

OK, for those so encumbered by the seeking of konwledge on the post card eggschange proejct, I started a thread for it here:

http://www.celiac.co...-card-exchange/


Not my choice of parting words for the best thread ever -- and no promises of lack of holiday hangy-overs here.

Hey Peter -- you there? It seems we need another edit...we need a link to this thread at the end of the ORIGINAL Silly Pages.
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Posted 25 November 2012 - 07:01 PM

I got a little humidifier at CVS for travelling, it's a sound-wave humidifier, no filtration,
you just tip a bottle of water into it and turn it on. It has a little adapter thingy for the
bottles of water. I think it's fantastic. Plus, no boiling! :P


Personally, I do not like those. They leave a film on everything in the room. I do not know what that film is, but I sure rather not breath it in. I much perfer cool mist, even if you have to keep up with the wicking filter.
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Posted 25 November 2012 - 07:03 PM

Personally, I do not like those. They leave a film on everything in the room. I do not know what that film is, but I sure rather not breath it in. I much perfer cool mist, even if you have to keep up with the wicking filter.


It does give a cool mist, and I know the film of which you speak- this one has not
done that. I am, however, giving it filtered water. So, I dunno.
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