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There for a moment I thought he had a Mohawk hairdo. Then I realized he just has a tree on his head.
It's not "just a tree". It cost me $500!

No one has ever told me to my face that they don't like it.

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I have two $50US dollar gift certificates and see nothing I like. Well, there was one but it sold out before I could order.
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Lost interest in this thread after the attention turned away from The Deadly Road Emu.

I was finally someone!

Oh well....



Have a nice life everyone.. thanks for my moment in the sun...

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Lost interest in this thread after the attention turned away from The Deadly Road Emu.

I was finally someone!

Oh well....



Have a nice life everyone.. thanks for my moment in the sun...
Aren't you supposed to drinking my ties in fuji...or something like that?
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Why would he want to drink your ties? What about the rest of your suits?`
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Scott doesn't have the rest of his suits.
They were eaten by Deadly Road Emus.
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Hey duckies - I'm feeling unmudgily good today.

Was due to go to an appointment an hour's drive away, and just before I had to leave home got a phone call and everything was sorted over the phone without me having to take the roadtrip

I then tried out a new recipe for coffee sour cream cake with chocolate icing and it turned out good if I do say so

Might even take some to my Franciscan meeting on the weekend if there's any left
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Hey duckies - I'm feeling unmudgily good today.

Was due to go to an appointment an hour's drive away, and just before I had to leave home got a phone call and everything was sorted over the phone without me having to take the roadtrip

I then tried out a new recipe for coffee sour cream cake with chocolate icing and it turned out good if I do say so

Might even take some to my Franciscan meeting on the weekend if there's any left
Or you could just eat it all yourself....
I'll never tell.....
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Lost interest in this thread after the attention turned away from The Deadly Road Emu.

I was finally someone!

Oh well....



Have a nice life everyone.. thanks for my moment in the sun...
Here goes, Edmundus, just for you:



Never say I haven't done you any favors.
And if that's not enough:
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Hey duckies - I'm feeling unmudgily good today.

Was due to go to an appointment an hour's drive away, and just before I had to leave home got a phone call and everything was sorted over the phone without me having to take the roadtrip

I then tried out a new recipe for coffee sour cream cake with chocolate icing and it turned out good if I do say so

Might even take some to my Franciscan meeting on the weekend if there's any left
First off, anything with chocolate is going to be good. Second, a sour cream cake is a very mudgy like thing. Being tasty, is just a side effect.
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If you send them to me, I'd be glad to spend them for you.
Not so fast, bucko! I actually did find one top online that I've had my eye on. For the rest, I'm waiting for stock to turn over. I think women's clothing designers hate women or they wouldn't make thing that look so bad on most of us.
I want some of that cake! Chocolate, coffee, sugar! I might add some cocnut.
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Here goes, Edmundus, just for you:

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Thanks for that, Zooey. Very creative! It was a pleasant surprise to come home to after a long day!

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And if that's not enough:
That could be Dr Edmundus in Fiji or Zooey after a visit from Ciousin Alberto - or both.. Either way..

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I suggest you have another look at the size of the emu head. Don't expect any long term memory...


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I then tried out a new recipe for coffee sour cream cake with chocolate icing and it turned out good if I do say so
"Thanks" for that too, LilyM.....It was just the "icing on the cake" after my day of strenuous dieting... (Well, at least it wasn't a picture of the Chinese meal I gave up on the way home!).
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Not so fast, bucko! I actually did find one top online that I've had my eye on. For the rest, I'm waiting for stock to turn over. I think women's clothing designers hate women or they wouldn't make thing that look so bad on most of us.
I want some of that cake! Chocolate, coffee, sugar! I might add some cocnut.
Ooh, coconut! There's an idea. I topped mine with chopped hazelnuts, but grated coconut would be nice. Like a giant lamington (that's an Aussie slice of cakey choccy coconutty goodness for the non-Australians here)
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