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Old 10-10-2005, 06:53 PM   #861
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i assume the next person needs a grocery of some sort.
(LOL, I think I could say this even if I lived in a grocery store ) But the one staple I've just ran out of is honey, so that's a must get! (Cool assumption, luvs )

I assume that the next person has a pet cat?
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Old 10-10-2005, 07:44 PM   #862
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We have the best most perfect cat in the world.

I assume that the next person would like to
have a nice cuppa tea and a brownie for a snack?
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Old 10-10-2005, 07:51 PM   #863
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Yummy, great snack combo. I would definatley love that! Something really dark and chocolatey, with a herbal tea

What's your cat's name? They are sooo special! I'm a grown woman but I can't help but still call cats meow-meows, something my native Italian DH picked up and now does too (he gets very creative English help from me, lol )

I assume that the next person had a tree fort/tree house as a child?
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Old 10-10-2005, 08:02 PM   #864
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Our cats name is Lily Lily Queen of cats. She was born on Easter sunday 12 years ago.. so we named her after the Easter Lily. She's the most important member of the family!
When she was younger she used to steal our other cats kittens so that she could mother them. It was so cute. She's always bringing us "gifts". Mice and rats and bats and snakes and bunnies, chipmonks, birds..any thing she can get her little paws on. She likes tomato and split pea soup but won't touch bacon! Feta cheese makes her happy but it's the only kind she likes. She likes milk but only if it's left over from cereal and she won't drink water out of her bowl... it has to be in a mud puddle or in a plant dish. She's a little weird but we Love her to pieces!
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Old 10-10-2005, 08:07 PM   #865
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Our cats name is Lily Lily Queen of cats. She was born on Easter sunday 12 years ago.. so we named her after the Easter Lily. She's the most important member of the family!
When she was younger she used to steal our other cats kittens so that she could mother them. It was so cute. She's always bringing us "gifts". Mice and rats and bats and snakes and bunnies, chipmonks, birds..any thing she can get her little paws on. She likes tomato and split pea soup but won't touch bacon! Feta cheese makes her happy but it's the only kind she likes. She likes milk but only if it's left over from cereal and she won't drink water out of her bowl... it has to be in a mud puddle or in a plant dish. She's a little weird but we Love her to pieces!
That is sooooo precious! what a sweet name too As a child we had one cat that liked odd people foods too, she'd nibble on black licorice and nacho cheese corn chips amongst others.
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Old 10-11-2005, 01:29 AM   #866
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I love cats!!! Thanks for telling us about them.

I assume the next person is not watching a tear-jerker movie like I am.

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Old 10-11-2005, 01:41 AM   #867
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correct! Watching the "Rome" miniseries on HBO

I think the next person has little ones that are very dear to their heart.
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Old 10-11-2005, 02:02 AM   #868
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Nope! my 'little ones' are 20 and 25!!!

I assume the next person is a chocoholic!
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Old 10-11-2005, 03:50 AM   #869
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Nope.............No chocolate here. Sorry

I assume that the next person likes raspberry jam on buttered toast
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Old 10-11-2005, 04:55 AM   #870
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Yes although i prefer it on scones.

I assume the next person has at least one indoor plant.
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