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Old 10-31-2008, 03:46 AM   #2381
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if he's a picky eater then eggplant is definitely a smiling achievement for any cook..........if you've gotten him that far next time grill it for him..........my hubby loves it that way!! As they say "Kiss the cook"
He's not a picky eater at all really (just won't eat liver or lamb), but he had never had eggplant and was never too sure about trying it. I didn't tell him what we were having. I just served it, and he ate it. He said it was good. I will definitely have to grill it sometime.

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Old 10-31-2008, 03:48 AM   #2382
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This pic makes me smile every time I see it! Plenty of time to roll up the windows! LOL!

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Old 10-31-2008, 03:55 AM   #2383
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Getting a PM from Quicksilver and finding out she and I both lived in Livingston, NJ at one time and at the same time. And now we both live in FL. Hey, will you stop following me! HA HA
Hey, respect your elders, ya here?
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Old 10-31-2008, 05:21 AM   #2384
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This pic makes me smile every time I see it! Plenty of time to roll up the windows! LOL!

Like the Peter, Paul, and Mary song.....do you think the answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind? too funny of a sign........that would make me take in air, too..........
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Old 10-31-2008, 08:17 AM   #2385
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This pic makes me smile every time I see it! Plenty of time to roll up the windows! LOL!


I find that sign to be quite sexist. I can pass gas just as good as any man out there. Just ask my DH. He once said that I may have been born with a built in whoopie cushion.
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Old 10-31-2008, 02:17 PM   #2386
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I find that sign to be quite sexist. I can pass gas just as good as any man out there. Just ask my DH. He once said that I may have been born with a built in whoopie cushion.


Thanks for making ME smile!!
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Thanks for making ME smile!!
I made one person smile today. My work here is done.
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hmmmm......

1. this is pretty mean, but it was funny at the time:
last night myself an a lot (20 or so) of bikers were riding around the city on a haunted tour. we had stopped and were looking at a building, listening to a haunted story about it when all of a sudden from the back of the group my good friend yells (sarcastically, and very loud), "Hey yo! Dibs on the ****!" and no one laughed because no one got it and all of a sudden two girls and a guy walk up next to us and the two girls are dressed as **** police women (as costumes). it made me crack up... my greatest apologies if this offends anyone.

2. the sunrise. corny, I know, but it really looked amazing this morning.

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the red eyed dog with the syrenge in its mouth on the thread titled "Boo".
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Old 10-31-2008, 05:04 PM   #2390
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Watching the OPRAH show today. What a glorious surprise!

She had ANDRE BOCELLI sing! I love him!!!!
Only thing though, he sang some in english, and as much as I love him, it just ain't that romantic italian that gave me goosebumps. Although I did smile the whole time he was singing.
Thank you, OPRAH!
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