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Old 12-07-2013, 08:38 PM   #21
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It's OK, she put them in the dish drainer, so they've been washed, Cat.

Oh dear.



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Old 12-07-2013, 08:55 PM   #22
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Dinner is fried catfish fillets (recipe later), Lakisha's seasoned green beans, cornbread muffins, and corn on the cob.

I'm still working on American southern foods.

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Old 12-07-2013, 09:44 PM   #23
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Macaroni pizza casserole tonight.
As always.....fantastic.
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Old 12-07-2013, 11:30 PM   #24
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We went to the local Mexican restaurant after the town tree lighting festivities. We had Steak Fajitas for two. It was quite yummy. DH had a couple of Dos Equis and I had Modelo Negro. Went down well with the fajitas.


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I made lemon jello and am gelling it in urine specimen cups to take to a co-worker party tonight, Thanks Dawg! I also have two bed pans for chips and salsa. I have no idea what else we will be having. I heard something about Sangria, meatballs and a veggie platter.

We will be using urinals for Sangria pitchers...
My mum once had a party where she served wieners, all still attached, in potties. She smeared mustard on the edges of the potties and hung the chains of wieners over the edges. I don't remember all the things she did, but the napkins were toilet paper. This was before she was married, so I only got to hear about it.
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I had a turkey dinner tonight.
How did it turn out?

How is the newest member of your family fitting in? We haven't hear much about her for a while.
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I do hope these have not been used for their original purposes?

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I worked at a hospital where the student nurses were liable to take a test at any time. It was to see if they believed they had sterilized the bed pans properly. It went like this: that bed pan over there that you just cleaned - eat your lunch out of it.
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I worked at a hospital where the student nurses were liable to take a test at any time. It was to see if they believed they had sterilized the bed pans properly. It went like this: that bed pan over there that you just cleaned - eat your lunch out of it.
Oh! That will teach people to clean things properly, yes?

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Old 12-08-2013, 12:18 AM   #29
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I worked at a hospital where the student nurses were liable to take a test at any time. It was to see if they believed they had sterilized the bed pans properly. It went like this: that bed pan over there that you just cleaned - eat your lunch out of it.
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I worked at a hospital where the student nurses were liable to take a test at any time. It was to see if they believed they had sterilized the bed pans properly. It went like this: that bed pan over there that you just cleaned - eat your lunch out of it.
Urk!
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