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Old 12-08-2004, 03:36 PM   #101
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Berries sound good, as long as there's some chocolate, too. I welcome you to join us!
Thanks, we have an excellent local chocolate maker here in Eugene named Euphoria. I will bring that as well with the berries, or I could just get their chocolate covered Oregon wild blueberries or coffee beans, or both.
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Old 12-08-2004, 03:39 PM   #102
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I'm feeling better already!
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Old 12-08-2004, 03:42 PM   #103
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I'm feeling better already!
Me too! Just bring it all, Norgesog! :D
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Old 12-08-2004, 03:46 PM   #104
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After yesterday, DH would prefer my mouth to be sealed shut. I had a PMS moment.
speaking of pms, the priest in my church had a sermon last sunday that stated that anything in life that you could ever experience, anything you will ever know has a lesson or a corresponding bit of wisdom about it in the bible.
after mass, a woman, somewhat embarassed, went up to the preist and said "father, no offense, but i've never heard of anything in the bible that has to do with, well, you know, pms..."
the preist thought about it for a minute, then turned to a passage about the christmas story and read aloud "and mary rode joseph's a$$ all the way to bethlehem"... :D
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LOL, buckytom! Sounds like you have a very cool priest!
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Old 12-08-2004, 03:58 PM   #107
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I'm feeling better already!
Me too! Just bring it all, Norgesog! :D
you guys got it, and aint we gonna have fun in wasabi's high rise.
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Old 12-08-2004, 04:29 PM   #108
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AND NO MEN ALLOWED!
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Old 12-08-2004, 04:32 PM   #109
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awww, wasabi. can't we have just a litte one - to tease?
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We have a perfect evening in the making!
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Old 12-08-2004, 04:33 PM   #111
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After yesterday, DH would prefer my mouth to be sealed shut. I had a PMS moment.
speaking of pms, the priest in my church had a sermon last sunday that stated that anything in life that you could ever experience, anything you will ever know has a lesson or a corresponding bit of wisdom about it in the bible.
after mass, a woman, somewhat embarassed, went up to the preist and said "father, no offense, but i've never heard of anything in the bible that has to do with, well, you know, pms..."
the preist thought about it for a minute, then turned to a passage about the christmas story and read aloud "and mary rode joseph's a$$ all the way to bethlehem"... :D
Buckytom you never cease to amaze me, that is like saying G-d loves baseball - first verse in Genesis, In the BIG INNING
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AND NO MEN ALLOWED!
YEAH Ladies (lehunies?? ladies in Hawaiian) night out.
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awww, wasabi. can't we have just a litte one - to tease?
We could just invite buckytom so he can wait on us and clean up afterwards and shinny up and down the ladder if we run out of something.
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lehunies? Me thinks norg has gotten to the wine before us. Wahini is the word for the ladies.
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Old 12-08-2004, 04:41 PM   #115
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lehunies? Me thinks norg has gotten to the wine before us. Wahini is the word for the ladies.
Norg, you better save some for us! It'll be awhile until I get there!
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lehunies? Me thinks norg has gotten to the wine before us. Wahini is the word for the ladies.
I knew it has an ini on the end, sorry wasabi and thanks for correcting my boobooini.
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Old 12-08-2004, 04:57 PM   #117
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You can call me anything you want....Just don't call me late for dinner.....ba dum pum
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Old 12-08-2004, 06:26 PM   #118
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Buckytom you never cease to amaze me, that is like saying G-d loves baseball - first verse in Genesis, In the BIG INNING
rofl norgeskog. gonna "steal" that one, ok?
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Buckytom you never cease to amaze me, that is like saying G-d loves baseball - first verse in Genesis, In the BIG INNING
rofl norgeskog. gonna "steal" that one, ok?
go for it buckytom, i borrowed it from a Rabbi who made that quote from the pulpit on the high holidays as he wanted to see the world series and couldnot cause he was in the pulpit and it rained out so he figured there in was a message.
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vodka and a pretzel nugget. i'm up for some pork rinds but i can't find any so maybe some pretzels in cheese soup from dinner.
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