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After, that is, I scoop up the yeti poop in my back yard.

Will this be turning up on eBay? :ph34r:

High value stuff from what I've read. :P


Richard

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How is that for gardening? Or maybe keeping deer away?

...and what of the logistics? Does one need a shovel? A trowel? Or is a grocery bag inside-outed on one's hand sufficient? :huh:


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How is that for gardening? Or maybe keeping deer away?

Yeti poop, in case you don't know, is a useful garden mulch and smells of Froot Loops.

Alas - deer not a problem here, 'tis a gated community adn they don't know the code.

:lol:

Will this be turning up on eBay? :ph34r:

High value stuff from what I've read. :P

Yes, ebay possibly after I fashion it into a shape......it's not unlike Spam for moUlding marvelous sculptures.


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Yes, ebay possibly after I fashion it into a shape......it's not unlike Spam for moUlding marvelous sculptures.

I can see the exhbit now...Scat as an interpretive artform. Look out Paris! Make room at the LouvRe!


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I can see the exhbit now...Scat as an interpretive artform. Look out Paris! Make room at the LouvRe!

Having been to the Pompidou and seeing some truly...fascinating..."interpretive" art exhibits, I'd say it's likely been done.

Actually, poop has appeared in some of the post-Modern guys' works. Pollock comes to mind, and Van Gogh was known to incorporate some strange materials into his canvases. :huh::o

Let's take an enviornmentally responsible course here, and use any yeti poop as confetti when the lovebirds leave the church. What say you, Amanda? Will your dress be scotchguarded? A lovely bit of symbolism, here, as well...the secret magic of the stuff, festooned on the young lovers for posterity...

Now, if we follow the train of thought that has run through our parade dialogue...Let The Yeti Lead...hey! He's gotta be the first one down the aisle. Someone's gotta teach him to walk the aisle-walk...no furtive, forest-stamping stuff. This is a church!

I, also, would be happy to measure the yeti for his tux. Inseam measurement causes no fear, here. It's when the neck measurement needs taking...anywhere around those teeth... :o


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oh yes, fabulous idea, SCATtering the yeti confetti onto the newlyweds.

That gave me a little snort, and it's a good thing - I am on day two of crankiness, boredom, and ennui. :mellow:

Say something funny, everyone.

:lol:


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NO!

:lol:

-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 have a twenty-something who just started working in the lab as a fill in after finishing university (somebody's friend's kid) and I just traumatized him by informing that no, he didn't get paid to eat lunch.

The next big shocker will be the "no, you don't get paid to sip lattes in the lunch room".

How can anyone be so uninformed?


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In response to Richard's pirate - I've decided to counter with one of my own!!!!

You're next Sarah - I've got a Darth Vader, too!! - Just not sure where I put him at the moment . . .


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Okay, upon thinking further on this...

When I hear the word "scat", I think of small animal droppings, i.e., that of a mouse, cat, rabbit, etc. This, I am certain, folks, will not be scat. Our yeti is rumoured in legend to be over eight feet tall. So, we're talking about another whole category of fecal matter. We will have enough confetti for several weddings and a couple of bar mitzfahs. Anyone got any other events coming up that require special confetti? :lol:


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!

The great are great only because we are on our knees.

--Pierre Joseph Proudhon (1809-1865)

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Alas - deer not a problem here, 'tis a gated community adn they don't know the code.

:lol:

Unless the code is "howhighcanyoujump", they're 'scat outta luck'.

Yes, ebay possibly after I fashion it into a shape......it's not unlike Spam for moUlding marvelous sculptures.

Gaaaaah!!! I didn't even GO to the site and still dislike any reminder of ratemypoo.com!!

thouse dang U's pop up EVERYwhere!!

Now, if we follow the train of thought that has run through our parade dialogue...Let The Yeti Lead...hey! He's gotta be the first one down the aisle. Someone's gotta teach him to walk the aisle-walk...no furtive, forest-stamping stuff. This is a church!

:lol: :lol:

oh yes, fabulous idea, SCATtering the yeti confetti onto the newlyweds.

That gave me a little snort, and it's a good thing - I am on day two of crankiness, boredom, and ennui. :mellow:

In the 80s, a little snort took care of the rest.

Yeti Confetti, that magical stuff.

When poopy's froot-loopy, one can't get enough.

In ceremony solemn,

Parading in column,

A Yeti well-fed he's happy not gruff.

(Feel free to replace lame last line!! :D )

tho I like that "well-fed he" rhymed w/ confetti :P


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Unless the code is "howhighcanyoujump", they're 'scat outta luck'.

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Yeti Confetti, that magical stuff.

When poopy's froot-loopy, one can't get enough.

In ceremony solemn,

Parading in column,

A Yeti well-fed he's happy not gruff.

(Feel free to replace lame last line!! :D )

tho I like that "well-fed he" rhymed w/ confetti :P

excellent work.


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My sources are unreliable, but their information is fascinating.

- Ashleigh Brilliant

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Okay, upon thinking further on this...

When I hear the word "scat", I think of small animal droppings, i.e., that of a mouse, cat, rabbit, etc. This, I am certain, folks, will not be scat. Our yeti is rumoured in legend to be over eight feet tall. So, we're talking about another whole category of fecal matter. We will have enough confetti for several weddings and a couple of bar mitzfahs. Anyone got any other events coming up that require special confetti? :lol:

You know, we could always use it in the parade . . . they usually toss candy or beads . . . we can have MJ throw it out . . . he's already wearing gloves and a mask.


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I believe you did a fabulous job as is . . . but since you've thrown out a challenge . . .

Yeti Confetti, that magical stuff.

When poopy's froot-loopy, one can't get enough.

In ceremony solemn,

Parading in column,

A Yeti well-fed . . .

. . .he's not so tough

. . . he's up to snuff

. . . he's lookin' buff (sort of :o )


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The next big shocker will be the "no, you don't get paid to sip lattes in the lunch room".

How can anyone be so uninformed?

I think you are dealing w/ that new breed of youth, who have helicopter parents and have this enormous attitude of entitlement? :huh:

I believe you did a fabulous job as is . . . but since you've thrown out a challenge . . .

. . . he's lookin' buff (sort of :o )

oh my gawd!! where did you find that Yeti we can shave????????????????????????

:lol:

the perfect activity for the time-waster.

Alas, I have decided just to take a trip to the dentist today, just for fun:

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21325760/wid/11915773?GT1=10514


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"Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Phillips gave Lew three new complaints, including one from a 31-year-old woman who said Anderson fondled her at least six times over two years."

Why did she keep going back?


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- Ashleigh Brilliant

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oh my gawd!! where did you find that Yeti we can shave????????????????????????

:lol:

Google is a wonderful thing :P


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"Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Phillips gave Lew three new complaints, including one from a 31-year-old woman who said Anderson fondled her at least six times over two years."

Why did she keep going back?

now WTH kind of question is that?

:lol: :lol: :lol:


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"Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Phillips gave Lew three new complaints, including one from a 31-year-old woman who said Anderson fondled her at least six times over two years."

Why did she keep going back?

I was just getting ready to post that . . . you beat me to it!!

Hmmmm, they didn't show his picture . . . maybe he's hung like a yeti! (OK, that's a bit crude for me, you guys must be a bad influence on me!)


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Holy Yeti Droppings my brain took a serious blow at the bank. A heavy perfuming :(

It wasn't even MY teller, but a neighboring one who came over to help. :(

I should've just left & driven the 4 or 5 mi to the Mesa branch. :(

Wish I knew how long this'll last. :(


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now WTH kind of question is that?

Hmmmm, they didn't show his picture . . . maybe he's hung like a yeti!

I guess that answers THAT question

:lol: :lol:


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- Ashleigh Brilliant

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OMG- I cannot believe Amanda is going to let this parade at her wedding with Yeti Poop, Care Bears, wayne Newton and what not! Emily measuring the Yeti for his tux- methinks she wants to fully investigate inseam :ph34r:

I could use the leftover scat :rolleyes: as decor for Halloween!!!!!!!!! Perhaps advertise it as brownies for those gluttonous gluten eaters at my next party.

Boy that Yeti sure looks better if we DON'T SHAVE him!!!! OMG...reminds me of frisking the wookie. Emily- I KNOW you were here for that. Must find it!!! Oh..here it is:FRISKING THE WOOKIE

now shall we think of all the innuendos that shaving your yeti brings? :lol: :lol: :lol:

Hug like a yeti :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: OMG.

Yeti Confetti, that magical stuff.

When poopy's froot-loopy, one can't get enough.

In ceremony solemn,

Parading in column,

A Yeti well-fed he's happy not gruff.

:lol: :lol: :lol: YETI POETRY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

There once was a Yeti from Spain

His inseam was giant it was claimed

Yet when Emily measured him

It accidentally pleasured him

And now he no longer

Complains!


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Hmmmm, they didn't show his picture . . . maybe he's hung like a yeti! (OK, that's a bit crude for me, you guys must be a bad influence on me!)

:o WHAT? WHO?

US???????

*snigger*

OMG all sorts of Yeti poetry........

good work sillies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Back to drudgery.

HARRUMPH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

:angry:


SUSIE

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I absolutely love you guys! This thread is what is keeping me from losing my mind on all the wedding stuff :)

So the wedding is beach theme so could we have someone in the parade hand out shell necklaces?


~~~~Gluten Free since 9/2004~~~~~~

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