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Katie! Good to have your name. :) I do hope you know I was only kidding about teh middle-aged man stuff. ;)

Oh folks.....I have what we call the TRIPLE THREAT or HIDEOUS FEMALE TRIFECTA today. :(

Thrown out lower back, a glutening from last night's OUTSTANDING Ethiopian food (and this confuses me since there have been THREE intentional cheatings recently with NO reaction whatsoever), and ALSO started my period today. :angry:

the pain in the lower torso is indescribable - sorry to the guys but imagine JUST your gut and lower back killing you - then add a uterus that wants to exit your body. :huh: ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh my friend came over to walk the dingos, thank God, I am out of commission all day. (maybe magic place later on from drugs, we will see.)

carry on.....dingo OUT.


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"I like nonsense. It wakes up the brain cells." ~Dr. Seuss

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Awwww, Susie, sorry to hear you out of commission. :( If you brought home a dingo(doggy) bag from the restaraunt last night . . . THROW IT OUT. . . and don't pull a Constanza and go rumaging after it in the trash bin later! . . . Oh, I know you would NEVER do that! :lol:

Hope you're feeling better soon. :)


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Oh folks.....I have what we call the TRIPLE THREAT or HIDEOUS FEMALE TRIFECTA today. :(

Triple darn :(

Rest up and take good care of yoursef, I hope you feel better soon.

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. . . .. . a glutening from last night's OUTSTANDING Ethiopian food (and this confuses me since there have been THREE intentional cheatings recently with NO reaction whatsoever)

I wondered if Ethiopians use teff for bread. Thought I'd heard that.

Annnnnnnnnnnnd Pseu-zee .. . . :( secret experiments :(

If we gave them a silly name could we hear about them? ^_^

:) to no reaction anyway!!


>>>>>>> tom <<<<<<<

Celiac 1st diagnosed as a toddler, in the 60s. Docs then, between bloodletting & leech-tending, said "he'll grow out of it" & I was back on gluten & mostly fine for 30yrs.

Gluten-free since 12-03

Dairy-free since 10-04

Soy-free since 5-07

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"Why can't you just love me for who I am and not for the things I buy you?"

:lol:

... if you REALLY want to call me by my real name...

Ummmmm thx but no thx Light. One stalker accusation per lifetime is enough. :o

Funny DLB stuff!! :lol:


>>>>>>> tom <<<<<<<

Celiac 1st diagnosed as a toddler, in the 60s. Docs then, between bloodletting & leech-tending, said "he'll grow out of it" & I was back on gluten & mostly fine for 30yrs.

Gluten-free since 12-03

Dairy-free since 10-04

Soy-free since 5-07

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Awwww, Susie, sorry to hear you out of commission. :( If you brought home a dingo(doggy) bag from the restaraunt last night . . . THROW IT OUT. . . and don't pull a Constanza and go rumaging after it in the trash bin later! . . . Oh, I know you would NEVER do that! :lol:

:ph34r: oh you know me too well. Got up this morning, ate it PROMPTLY for breakfast. :ph34r: Had not thrown it into trash so Costanza was not necessary (though do we not all know that I am NOT above that :lol: ). It was just too yummy and we all figured out the problem last night - - there were NINE vegetarian items, one had toasted wheat berries = I AXED them to leave that one off - they didn't. I ate around it. :ph34r: One of the owners of the restaurant is a doctor - she kept telling me things about Celiac and I asked how she knew so much - - finally she confessed. I LOVE her!!!!!!!

Well, come on now! figured eating around the wheat berries would be okay since three recent intentional cheatings resulted in NOTHING!!!! :huh: *yeah, half a pizza, and NOTHING??? WTH)

okay so - - update - - had a BRIEF period in bathroom this morning - five minutes? - glutening? I dunno. Mostly it was lower back and menstrual malaise today. All will be quite well by tomorrow. :)

Julie - - LOVE that bird kicking his leg up. Like the coach I love from MadTV. :lol:

and nighty'night!!!!!!


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"I like nonsense. It wakes up the brain cells." ~Dr. Seuss

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Wow, Snowball has got him some rhythm! And I had to go look (I'm a softy when it comes to animals), he has been adopted.

OK, SueZee, we are expecting to hear from you today.

Light, I have a DLB, too. We couldn't stand each other until we both had moved out. Just me being gone wasn't good enough because he was such a sloth and took terrible advantage of my parents (or so I thought). Now that we are both OLD and he has lost a LOT of hair (hehe), we get along a lot better and I wish I could see him more often. We do act pretty juvenile when we are both visiting the parents at the same time . . . some habits die hard. We even got yelled at by mom and were told to set a better example for the grandchildren (he started it though . . . he ketp LOOKING at me and he crossed over the line to MY side of the seat).


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wow we are a pretty quiet bunch this Saturday night.

The whole thread is pretty quiet on weekends. That is because most of the contributors write when they are "working." :lol: :lol: :lol:

Feeling MUCH better today! :)

I highly recommend Ethiopian food for Celiacs. They do use teff (an ethiopian grrain high in protein) and for their own pancake-like bread, they mix it w/ other flours. For mine, she just used teff and olive oil.

I don't know if I was glutened yesterday or not. :huh:

Just know entire torso area was not a happy place.

Am feeling like quite the dullard today, got nuttin' funny to say. And dingos are starting to stare.

CARRY ON SILLIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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"I like nonsense. It wakes up the brain cells." ~Dr. Seuss

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Hey, Katie, one of my kids is just like that. He was the first kid to be expelled from any home school whatsoever! We sent him to boarding school for the second semester because we didn't know what else to do with him at that point .... he got "the talk" at the boarding school -- "We've never had to expel someone and we don't want you to be the first"

He's still a pain in the rear end, but he's a senior, so he can be his own problem soon.

Since I'm so sick, my kids do all the cleaning and laundry around here .... they all have to pitch in. Seventeen year old son is in charge of the yard since he can't get along working with anyone ....

Susie, sorry you're feeling bad ... QUIT eating gluten! It may not give you digestive issues anymore, but eventually it will build up. I don't think you want to be in the mental place you were before even if the bathroom issues aren't bothering you .... [/end of I can't help it I'm a mom rant]


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Had not thrown it into trash so Costanza was not necessary . . . . .

:lol:

Well, come on now! figured eating around the wheat berries would be okay since three recent intentional cheatings resulted in NOTHING!!!! :huh: *yeah, half a pizza, and NOTHING??? WTH)

mmmmmm peeeeeeeet-zuuuuuuhhhhhhhh <drool>

Was it at all disappointing like Carla's?

I'd forgotten all about a conversation I had many yrs ago w/ a long-time celiac. I was still yrs away from 100% gluten-free.

He said he cheats every 6 months w/out repercussions.

mmmmmmm vicarious cheeeeeeeating <drool>

donut? pie? :unsure: croissant?

(he started it though . . . he kept LOOKING at me and he crossed over the line to MY side of the seat).

:lol: oh TOO funny! :lol:

Really brings back the memories . . .. :lol:


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Celiac 1st diagnosed as a toddler, in the 60s. Docs then, between bloodletting & leech-tending, said "he'll grow out of it" & I was back on gluten & mostly fine for 30yrs.

Gluten-free since 12-03

Dairy-free since 10-04

Soy-free since 5-07

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Well, come on now! figured eating around the wheat berries would be okay since three recent intentional cheatings resulted in NOTHING!!!! :huh: *yeah, half a pizza, and NOTHING??? WTH)

hmmmmm, I might have missed it, but I don't recall any previous conversations about pizza. :huh:

oh TOO funny!

Really brings back the memories . . ..

I'm one of five. Even though my younger brother and I argued a lot, we were the two youngest. At times, it was necessary to team up. Talk about unsupervised . . . I think the phrase "You're not the boss of me! :angry: " started at our house. :lol:


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I'm one of five. Even though my younger brother and I argued a lot, we were the two youngest. At times, it was necessary to team up. Talk about unsupervised . . . I think the phrase "You're not the boss of me! :angry: " started at our house. :lol:

I have six ... I hear that phrase! Usually it's the girls against the boys in our house, though the girls will fight amongst themselves and so will the boys, but they team up when it's a boy/girl disagreement.


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I may be the only one who finds this video anything more than mildly amusing but I saw it today and I laugh harder every time I watch it.

I'm having post-gluten grumpiness so my fiance has been finding me funny clips on youtube to watch and for some reason this one found my funny bone. I think I've even seen it on TV before and didn't find it that funny but seeing it today was a different story.

So if everyone else finds it to be rather lame, lets just blame it on my brain being affected by gluten.

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I have six ... I hear that phrase! Usually it's the girls against the boys in our house, though the girls will fight amongst themselves and so will the boys, but they team up when it's a boy/girl disagreement.

:lol:

I am one of two, so it was rather boring...and quiet....growing up. I had to come up with imaginary brothers and sisters for a while when I was really young :lol:

Carla, that's the same link I posted! Does your bird dance like that?

Alex, very funny video. I love those live bloopers, they try to get themselves out of it but the more they talk it often makes it worse.

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Carla, that's the same link I posted!

:lol: :lol: :lol:

That was yesterday when I couldn't keep up! I'm so busted .... I didn't catch up with all the links.

My cockatoo was dancing yesterday ... he had us all laughing ... they are funny birds.


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Carla, that's the same link I posted! Does your bird dance like that?

:lol: Phew! Thought I was having another out-of-body experience, and remember, they are just NEVER as much fun as you hope they'll be. ;)


SUSIE

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"I like nonsense. It wakes up the brain cells." ~Dr. Seuss

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Carla, that's the same link I posted! Does your bird dance like that?

Did you add the second sentence or did I just not see it??? Uh, oh, maybe the brain fog is getting worse. :huh:

My bird was dancing yesterday ... my son was holding him and walked into the family room ... the TV was on and the commercial had music that he apparently liked so he was hopping all around, bouncing and putting his crown up. It was hysterical. Then he stood on my son's head for a few minutes trying to take a nap! You know how birds stand on one foot and tuck their heads in their back .... but he kept slipping off my son's head!

He won't stand on my head because I'm the head of his flock ... he knows I'm boss. Birds are wild animals, so dominance is important to them ... and to you if you don't want to be bitten. :)


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*snigger* *snort*

Whilst we are all sitting here mindin' our own bidness (the dogs and I - mommy is wasting time on Itunes :ph34r: ), Stinker (aka Tika) let out a highly-audible fart, scared herself, jumped up w/ tail betwixt legs and ran out of the room.

:lol: :lol: :lol:


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"I like nonsense. It wakes up the brain cells." ~Dr. Seuss

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*snigger* *snort*

Whilst we are all sitting here mindin' our own bidness

Or shall we say bird-ness :lol:

(the dogs and I - mommy is wasting time on Itunes :ph34r: ), Stinker (aka Tika) let out a highly-audible fart, scared herself, jumped up w/ tail betwixt legs and ran out of the room.

:lol: :lol: :lol:

That is the FUNNIEST thing when dogs do that, they're like, "WHAT WAS THAT???" And they run off trying to get away from whatever it was.....

:lol::lol:

That was yesterday when I couldn't keep up! I'm so busted .... I didn't catch up with all the links.

You ARE soooo busted !!! It's all right, you get a brain-fog pass on this one .

I did go back and add that question a couple secs after I posted it, so you must have just missed it. So it's not you! It was me, didn't mean to raz your mind :lol:

So dancing must be a special talent of the cackatoo?

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So dancing must be a special talent of the cackatoo?

CACKatoo?? :o Is this a bird that poops whilst dancing? :lol:

"you dance and you caca, too??"

:lol:

I am a little delirious and silly tonight. :P


SUSIE

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"I like nonsense. It wakes up the brain cells." ~Dr. Seuss

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Gah I coulda used some of the youtube laughs today. Oh well . . .next month I'll get the pc back online in SJ.

. . .scared herself, jumped up w/ tail betwixt legs and ran out of the room.

:lol: :lol:


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Celiac 1st diagnosed as a toddler, in the 60s. Docs then, between bloodletting & leech-tending, said "he'll grow out of it" & I was back on gluten & mostly fine for 30yrs.

Gluten-free since 12-03

Dairy-free since 10-04

Soy-free since 5-07

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CACKatoo?? :o Is this a bird that poops whilst dancing? :lol:

"you dance and you caca, too??"

:lol:

I am a little delirious and silly tonight. :P

Ok, ok, I'll see your delirium and silliness and raise you a loopy and a slightly off-balance:

According to dictionary.com, cack (n) - a soft-soled, heelless shoe for infants.

So I can only deduce that a "Cackatoo" is a cockatoo that wears baby booties.

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