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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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The Funny Pages - Tickle Me Elbow - The Original

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Thank you all very much!!! :D

No problem!

We're here to help!!

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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Look at us, moving along. 26 posts already since the Big Phlipover! Acting as if there is no inpending doom!

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Look at us, moving along. 26 posts already since the Big Phlipover! Acting as if there is no inpending doom!

We're goin' down with the ship!

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Thank you all very much!!! :D

We aim to please, Madame :)

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We're goin' down with the ship!

^She's funny!

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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We're goin' down with the ship!

Whistling in the dark?

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I hear a trickle :ph34r:

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:lol:

I just finished deep cleaning my apartment. Room checks are this week :ph34r:

At any rate, I wanna nap but... you never know when the RA's (resident assistants) will show up to do the check :blink: I'll wait till my dishwasher turns off.

Its supposed to get cold guys! i'm soooo looking foward to it :)

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Its supposed to get cold guys! i'm soooo looking foward to it :)

Me too! Good sleepin' weather ;)

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I saw a car driving thru downtown Reno with 4" of snow on its roof :unsure: It's 52 degrees today and yesterday - why are we still here??? :blink: If we wuz up at the lake we would be snowed in :rolleyes: Ten more days....

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Ahh a classic Paddeighism :P

True dat!

I can't speak for everyone but I know I'd be ptickled (psilly ptarmigin-pstyle silent p gets short shrift) if you're ptwenty thou pinnacle post were another "True dat!".

Only 12 to go!

#hatchbattening

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#hatchbattening

It's not keeping out my trickle :blink:

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It's not keeping out my trickle :blink:

Still trickling, Shroom? Better nip that in the bud, considering :PB)

These days, all it takes is an unexpected sneeze for me..... :ph34r:

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Still trickling, Shroom? Better nip that in the bud, considering :PB)

These days, all it takes is an unexpected sneeze for me..... :ph34r:

No kidding! And God help me, my kids love those gyms that are wall to wall trampolines... "Come jump with us Mommy" :ph34r:

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No kidding! And God help me, my kids love those gyms that are wall to wall trampolines... "Come jump with us Mommy" :ph34r:

I had a cold last summer with a bad cough that lasted like 4 weeks. A cough. 4 weeks. :ph34r: :ph34r: :ph34r:

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I had a cold last summer with a bad cough that lasted like 4 weeks. A cough. 4 weeks. :ph34r: :ph34r: :ph34r:

I am so sorry!!! :unsure:

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Ummmmmmm. . .. .. .. . ...:unsure:... . .....why has Patti's post count stayed at 19,993 for the past three pages?..... . .Perhaps word has gotten out to Skaughtt, and to ward off impending phluid apocalypse he has put a stop to the automatic post-count..... . ...

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Ummmmmmm. . .. .. .. . ...:unsure:... . .....why has Patti's post count stayed at 19,993 for the past three pages?..... . .Perhaps word has gotten out to Skaughtt, and to ward off impending phluid apocalypse he has put a stop to the automatic post-count..... . ...

:unsure: Tis odd. Oh well, it's making me kinda nervous anyway. :lol: I tend to lose track, and I want the big 'un to be on this thread :D

After all, I couldn't have done it without ya's B)

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