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Well, I'm just joking around of course, but it is true you get that image of someone in your head based on their avatar.

I always wonder what people think of me


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I always wonder what people think of me

We think the guy in your avatar is your fiance because we always forget he's not. :lol:


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I am going to bury my head for this but...I did one of those bathtub toots once....and John heard me all the way out in the living room. :ph34r:

Just copying in so you can't change your mind and delete it later! :lol: :lol:


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I am going to bury my head for this but...I did one of those bathtub toots once....and John heard me all the way out in the living room. :ph34r:

:lol: :lol: :lol: I have never done that, I think simply because somewhere in the back of my mind I have this fear that instead of a fart... ok, nuff said! :ph34r:

-Sarah


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--Son, Lucas, age 7. Gluten-free since May 2007

--Son, Ezra, age 5. Gluten-free 10/13/07. Bipolar tendencies, massively improved on gluten-free diet! He's also allergic to a jillion antibiotics.

--My mother has Celiac Disease, dx'ed by Positive Blood Tests and Biopsy. Diagnosed Sarcoidosis 6/08.

--Myself, Gluten-free since 8/07

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We think the guy in your avatar is your fiance because we always forget he's not. :lol:

John is a few years younger and is not as rich :)

I am waiting for the wedding to change the avatar. :)


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Just copying in so you can't change your mind and delete it later! :lol: :lol:

Carla!! Wickedness! Now it's set in stone.

I always wonder what people think of me

I have thought, oh what a cute couple :lol:

Ooops, not the right couple :blink:

Based on all the avatars on this board I get the impression there are a whole lotta cats running around out there in this world with celiac :lol::lol:

It seems cats are the most popular avatar subject......

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OK maybe I shouldn't bother .. . . .but it WAS a funny silly day! :lol:

...Did he leap up in the air, and it squished against opposing player's deltoid?

:lol:

<pulls up chair and reaches for another handful of popcorn> B)

:lol: :lol:

. .. and when he asked him what his hobbies were, Ryan said practising trumpet. My grandpa and I almost died laughing!

ROFL :lol: :lol:

. .. .. He was in fact teabagged to death by chuck Norris.

So sayeth the Queen!! :lol: :lol:

I always wonder what people think of me

I always wonder what your fiance thinks of how far you can stretch a grocery dollar. :o


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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.

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I have thought, oh what a cute couple :lol:

Ooops, not the right couple :blink:

You know what I think about all the avatars here on this board? Seems to be a whole lotta cats running around out there in this world with celiac :lol::lol:

I think cats have to be the most popular avatar subject

Well, that settles it . . . Amanda, you need to trade in your Danny (No, that is not my fiance) at Wegman's av for your furball Lucky cat av! :lol:


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Oh...I'm confused! :rolleyes::huh: Need some clarification, or play-by-play of my own, here. I read the definitions of T-bagged, then tried to imagine a player T-bagging another player on the shoulder. Huh? Cannot configure this...Did he leap up in the air, and it squished against opposing player's deltoid? I need a flowchart!

Wow . . . that was today? Seems like so long ago . . . must be time for bed (in the eastern time zone). SOME people have to go to work in the morning!!! . . . not me, but SOME people . . . ;)


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You should see the rock climbing ones, it's quite a skill to climb AND carry the glass of wine without spilling a drop.

:lol::lol:

:o:lol: the skydiving one was impressive too!

And the steeplechase and the cartwheels.

Nary a spilt drop. :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

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Perhaps your purpose is spreading the word on the oft-ignored gluten/mental health connection.

You'd do it well.

that's what I thought, too.

:( But....I'm....too.....tired. Seriously. Why didn't God take gluten out of my life a decade earlier, when I had all my FIGHT and STAMINA???

(oh sorry - too serious - - will take up elsewhere, or not at all, as it were, when menstrual hormones are spent) :ph34r:

I am just in a ferociously cranky mood tonight. HARUMMPH!!!!!!!!!!!

Oh, boy :rolleyes: ....I'm a piece of work. In the context of this thread, I find it all hilarious: machine guns, yetis and their poop, T-bagging, 38 longs, Gay Chuck and the gang... nothing disgusts me.

Can I be saved? <_<

No. There IS something wrong with us, definitely. :lol:

Our Maine Coon is actually a Maine Coon mix of some sort, he is 1 and 1/2 and he is huge! He weighs about 14 lbs. He is so loveable.

OHHH!! a fourteen-pounder!!! My beloved dead Cookster Kitty was 15 pounds, all her life. Bit fat fabulous and fearless ball of Him-ahl-yan fun. No cat like her in the world. She was wildly popular - two of my friends had pictures of the old girl up at their desks at work. :huh: When she died, 14 years ago, is when I said to myself, there will never be a cat like that again. I must get a dog.

:huh:

and then dingos entered my life.

I absolutely believe that it's genetic. In my case, I got it from my father, who I think may hold the record for the longest fart in the history of the world. Or at least since Chuck Norris last had beanie wienies.

-Sarah

:lol:

Did y'all know I can do the longest BURP in the entire world? such a special talent....can only say a portion of the alphabet though. workign on that. ;)

OK, I have to bring this up now. Maybe some of you guys that have been around awhile have seen other pictures of Susie. But to my recollection, I've only seen this one with her holding a glass of wine. So now I have a picture of her in my head of her Larry King interview while holding her glass of wine. In fact that is how I always picture Susie . . . because thats the only picture I've seen. Holding a glass of wine while she does her yard work. Holding a glass of wine while she walks the Dingos. Holding a glass of wine while rummaging through her trash. And sometimes I think . . . "Susie! You really shouldn't be drinking at 8:00 in the morning! Put down the glass of wine for Pete's sake!"

The hell you say!!!!!!!!!!!! Put the glass down? WHAT? :lol:

Well, I've seen LOTS of pictures of Susie Q, and you are right, in each and every one she is holding a glass of wine.

You should see the rock climbing ones, it's quite a skill to climb AND carry the glass of wine without spilling a drop.

a true talent and skill, I tell you.

Oh, Oh, Oh . . . a debate!!!! Nature vs. Nurture. Is humoUr (and the type of humoUr preferred) hereditary or environmental?
'

Well, I was raised in a family that disallowed all scatological humoUr.....it just made us worse and worse. :lol:

By the way... :ph34r: Christian farts are funnier. :o

GAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!! good one!!! yes they are.

You know what I think about all the avatars here on this board? Seems to be a whole lotta cats running around out there in this world with celiac

oh my Lorrrrrrrrrrrrrrrd!!!!!!!! So true!!! :lol:


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

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Have I told you lately how much I love this picture?!?!?!

This is what set in motion I believe the "what do you want to do when you are better/now that you are better" question in OMG.

A rock climbing adventure is inspiring :D

OMG, I am addicted to TLC programs. My favorite is Little People Big World and John and Kate + 8. THose crazy Rollofs and now John and Kate and their 8 kids.....good times!

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OMG, I am addicted to TLC programs. My favorite is Little People Big World and John and Kate + 8. THose crazy Rollofs and now John and Kate and their 8 kids.....good times!

:lol: I like the shows about the Duggar family... they just keep having kids, and more kids, etc...

Plus I like anything to do with medical mysteries, and I'll watch anything that shows a surgery :huh: I know, I'm a little strange...

-Sarah


-Sarah

--Son, Lucas, age 7. Gluten-free since May 2007

--Son, Ezra, age 5. Gluten-free 10/13/07. Bipolar tendencies, massively improved on gluten-free diet! He's also allergic to a jillion antibiotics.

--My mother has Celiac Disease, dx'ed by Positive Blood Tests and Biopsy. Diagnosed Sarcoidosis 6/08.

--Myself, Gluten-free since 8/07

Time heals all hurt of heart... but time must be won.

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Is there a genetic component to "bathroom humour," which only some have? (perhaps the same marker that lets only certain members of population detect the bitterness in cruciferous vegetables?)

I think there is :lol: ..and lets remember,if everyone found cruciferous veggies bitter then there wouldn't be quite so much excess wind in the world ;)

Well, everyone has something that bugs them. I'm horrified by the machine gun references, but I understand that people see things in different ways and if someone can find a way to make guns funny, then more power to them. We need more laughter in the world.

Agreed - guns kill people - farts don't.....wait :unsure: ......maybe Chuck Norris farts kill.

Oh, boy :rolleyes: ....I'm a piece of work. In the context of this thread, I find it all hilarious: machine guns, yetis and their poop, T-bagging, 38 longs, Gay Chuck and the gang... nothing disgusts me.

Can I be saved? <_<

Nope - no hope whatsoever :P

BEV! ...Thongs and Depends??????? :o

...........NERDVANA???????...... :lol::lol: ...excellent!!!!!!!!


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Well, Christian farts may be funnier, but Agnostic farts are smellier. (I dunno WTH that means...! :lol: )

A genetic predisposition to bathroom humour...yes, definitely...something that was not passed on to me. I have never been able to figure out why my family and I never found poop and farting humourous, when the world guffawed around us. But that makes sense--generations of hard-wiring. May have to hit my reset button for this thread!

What fascinating personal genetic markers can we share with one another?

Let's see...I'm something of a boring wasteland. I can fold my tongue in half...I have perfect pitch (gone, now, I believe! :( ), my second toe is a good deal longer than my first, and oh! Anyone else have dimples above their bum?


Emily

diagnosed type one diabetic 1973

diagnosed celiac winter 2005

diagnosed hypothyroid spring 2006

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11 year-old Son had negative blood panel, but went on gluten-free diet of his own volition to see if his concentration would improve, his temper abate, and his energy level would increase. Miraculous response!

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Jon and Kate plus 8, those sextuplets were born in the hospital I work at :)

I am trading my picture in soon, I want to get a nice wedding one to show everyone here :)

16 more days to go :)


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I always wonder what your fiance thinks of how far you can stretch a grocery dollar. :o

You lost me here :)


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The hell you say!!!!!!!!!!!! Put the glass down? WHAT? :lol:

Susie, I like the new av . . . however, we REAAALLLLY don't get a clear view of you right hand . . . you could still be holding a glass of wine. :lol:


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Oh, boy :rolleyes: ....I'm a piece of work. In the context of this thread, I find it all hilarious: machine guns, yetis and their poop, T-bagging, 38 longs, Gay Chuck and the gang... nothing disgusts me.

Can I be saved? <_<

No you cannot Emily and that is why we LOVE you!!!!!!!!!!!! (Insert devil emoticon) :P

Janet:

OK, I have to bring this up now. Maybe some of you guys that have been around awhile have seen other pictures of Susie. But to my recollection, I've only seen this one with her holding a glass of wine. So now I have a picture of her in my head of her Larry King interview while holding her glass of wine. In fact that is how I always picture Susie . . . because thats the only picture I've seen. Holding a glass of wine while she does her yard work. Holding a glass of wine while she walks the Dingos. Holding a glass of wine while rummaging through her trash. And sometimes I think . . . "Susie! You really shouldn't be drinking at 8:00 in the morning! Put down the glass of wine for Pete's sake!"

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: I think she climbs with wine too but I guess it takes one to know one :ph34r:

Tom- love the new avatar and the Buddhist hot dog joke "One with everything!!!!!!!!" :lol:

OK- you guys have to see this- hysterically cute/somewhat gross:Lip Balm Kissing Test

OMG- Lucky is SUCH a beautiful kitty!!!!!!!!!!


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Well, Christian farts may be funnier, but Agnostic farts are smellier. (I dunno WTH that means...! :lol: )

A genetic predisposition to bathroom humour...yes, definitely...something that was not passed on to me. I have never been able to figure out why my family and I never found poop and farting humourous, when the world guffawed around us. But that makes sense--generations of hard-wiring. May have to hit my reset button for this thread!

What fascinating personal genetic markers can we share with one another?

Let's see...I'm something of a boring wasteland. I can fold my tongue in half...I have perfect pitch (gone, now, I believe! :( ), my second toe is a good deal longer than my first, and oh! Anyone else have dimples above their bum?

Hmmm . . . I can roll my tongue, my earlobes are free (remember that one, do they dangle (free) or are they attached - I hesitate to use the word dangle on this thread with all that has been said before), and when I was younger, I could lay on my stomach, arch my back and bring my toes around and touch my nose - that would put me in the hospital now.

I wonder if bathroom humour is associated with the Y chromosone - it sure seems to be predisposed to development by men more so than women. (An argument for genetics, then, eh?)


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Tom- love the new avatar and the Buddhist hot dog joke "One with everything!!!!!!!!" :lol:

Yes Tom, perfect timing on that picture. Anybody we know?

OK- you guys have to see this- hysterically cute/somewhat gross:Lip Balm Kissing Test

OMG!!! That'll teach you for using a blindfold!! And who taught those chimps to kiss like that?!!?


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OMG- Lucky is SUCH a beautiful kitty!!!!!!!!!!

Thank you! He has brought us so much joy. He was a stray.


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We, however, think we're QUITE funny. :lol:

:lol: So true...

Turns out they had a surprise bridal shower for me.

That is so nice :D

but it is true you get that image of someone in your head based on their avatar.

I know I do... B)

I am going to bury my head for this but...I did one of those bathtub toots once....and John heard me all the way out in the living room. :ph34r:

:lol::lol:

OK- you guys have to see this- hysterically cute/somewhat gross:Lip Balm Kissing Test

I got your email earlier and watched that while eating breakfast :P


Patti

"Life is what happens while you're busy making other plans"

"When people show you who they are, believe them"--Maya Angelou

"Bloom where you are planted"--Bev

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they just keep having kids, and more kids, etc...

That was me a few years back! I'd have more if my health had been better ....

Agreed - guns kill people - farts don't

No, people kill people ... farts might make you want to die though ...


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