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The Health Complaint Thread October 1, 2007

Posted by skinbad in Personal Experiences, Women Ranting.
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I don’t know if I have a lot to say about this. There seems to be a need for people to share, though. I’ll dedicate it to the memory of my late Grandma R. She moved to Utah from Virginia when she was a young, married lady. She lived with our family the last few years of her life. Each morning, she’d maneuver her walker into the kitchen (ka-thunk, slide-slide, ka-thunk, slide-slide) to get her Folgers and groan “My bowels is jest turrible.” We know about hunchy and her poor spine, anyone else need to get something off the sharp pain in their chest?

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1. Bart - October 1, 2007

The back and sides of my legs hurt from deadlifting.
My elbows hurt from bench pressing.
My wrists and forearms hurt from everything.

2. daveintexas - October 1, 2007

and here I thought he’d be telling me his eyes hurt.

and he’s been working out.

THAT IS SUPPOSED TO HURT

3. bmac - October 1, 2007

My soul hurts, from man’s inhumanity to man.
Oh…. and left nut. Not sure what that’s from.

4. Bart - October 1, 2007

My eyes DO hurt.
And the pain I have is “old person’s pain,” not good pain.

5. Cathy - October 1, 2007

I have fibromyalgia.

6. Michael - October 1, 2007

Bart, just get to your test of the Focus Night & Days. I told you this already in the ICGYWYW thread. Cathy did the research and got me to try them. It will be a liberating experience for you.

7. Lipstick - October 2, 2007

Ow. My lumbago!

8. sandy burger - October 2, 2007

My head hurts, probably because my sleep cycle has been flipping all over the place these past few weeks.

9. PattyAnn - October 2, 2007

Cathy, not to intrude, but how do you cope? What works for you? How the hell do you stay so darned sweet?

10. daveintexas - October 2, 2007

I have a friend with fibromyalgia.

It sucks.

I suppose I could offer up a knee update; short story is I’m doing fine. Probably about 85-90%. No complaints.

11. Cathy - October 2, 2007

not to intrude, but how do you cope? What works for you?
A healthy spiritual life.
An understanding hubby and good communication.
Relentless effort to learn more and apply what might work.
Light exercise, like yoga and walking Casey the Crimefighter.
Good nutrition and clean eating. (I presently take no drugs.)
Periodic toxic cleansings.
Active lifestyle.
Focus on things other than self.
A sense of humor.

How the hell do you stay so darned sweet?
I can come out and play. See #209 @ CSOC.
I did it for you, Babe.

12. geoff - October 2, 2007

Yeesh, that fibromyalgia sounds like the sort of thing that would reduce me to a quivering fetal ball. You bear it very well, Cathy, but it seems so unfair that you should bear it at all. I hope there’s relief in your near future.

13. skinbad - October 2, 2007

Bart, does what you’re doing for your muscles outweigh what you’re doing to your joints? Honest question.

My lower back has had a good year. I’m grateful. I usually get a couple of episodes a year of walking around clinging to counter tops for a week or so. Hope I’m not overdue. Here’s wishing good health to all my pretend internet friends.

14. Cathy - October 2, 2007

Thanks Geoff.
Ask Michael about the quivering fetal ball.

Applying what I’m learning has helped me to experience more good days than bad, but still get whacked down periodically into the “quivering fetal ball” for little apparent reason. Go figure.

I won’t stop trying. I’m bent on staying away from the drugs, believing many cause more problems like weight gain and internal toxicity.

15. Cathy - October 2, 2007

Skinny
Not knowing what you do for exercise and building/maintaining muscle I’ll throw this one out.

Several good friends who are physical therapists have stressed to me over the years that MOST lower back problems are due to lack of abdominal muscle strength.

It was explained to me by one of them that our bodies are like tall buildings that need strength in the structure on all sides. When the back hurts we need to ask ourselves if the extra strain is due to the front not bearing its part of the load.

Just sayin’

16. kevlarchick - October 2, 2007

Cathy you are SO right! I have painful degenerative arthritis in my lower back, and finally went to a specialist. She immediately put me into physical therapy. The focus is building core strength and reverse spinal flexibility (like being able to do a backbend).

After only three weeks, I feel like a young thing again. The pain is almost abated, and I know how to control it. It’s wonderful.

17. skinbad - October 2, 2007

Cathy,

The front part of the building doesn’t have much overhang, but the strength could certainly be improved. My good intentions need to become actions more often. No doubt about that.

18. Cathy - October 2, 2007

KC
So glad to hear that PT is working for you! Building core strength. Yeah!

Pilates and/or Yoga are also good for that if you haven’t tried them, consider taking the plunge if/when the physical therapy sessions come to an end.

With any degenerative challenge, there is a need to have ongoing maintenance. Good luck and please keep me posted.

Looking forward to IBSBP.

19. daveintexas - October 2, 2007

Pain is weakness leaving your body.

ok, I couldn’t really pull that one off without GLAR, so, anyway. I tried. My motto has always been “No pain, hey! No pain”!

KC, good to hear that the therapy is getting you some relief. I’ve never really suffered from chronic pain (I don’t put the knee in that category), but I know many who do, and it’s sad to me.

Backbends?

I’ll be in my bunk.

20. Sticky B - October 2, 2007

I’m suffering from a severe Mexican Food addiction. And to be quite honest, the Mexicans are winning in a landslide. I expect that obesity and it’s co-morbidities will follow.

21. kevlarchick - October 2, 2007

Cathy, we’ll do some sun salutations, catbacks, cobras, tree poses, warrior poses, and down dogs. I love yoga.

22. lauraw - October 2, 2007

I just had a pastrami reuben with extra kraut, and now my breath smells like hot garbage.

23. lauraw - October 2, 2007

Does yoga really make you strong?

24. daveintexas - October 2, 2007

I like frozen yoga.

25. wis...ummm...anonymous - October 2, 2007

I like the yoga with the fruit on the bottom.

26. Yoga - October 2, 2007

Do or not do. There is no try.

27. kevlarchick - October 2, 2007

yoga makes you peaceful and strong. Untouchable.

28. Yoga Bear - October 2, 2007

Can I get me a pic-a-nic basket with that? Yeaah aa eeee!!

29. Frank Sinatra - October 2, 2007

I’ve got chunks of guys like you in my stool.

30. Mr Minority - October 2, 2007

we’ll do some sun salutations, catbacks, cobras, tree poses, warrior poses, and down dogs.

Aren’t those Karma Sutra positions?

31. geoff - October 2, 2007

Cathy, we’ll do some sun salutations, catbacks, cobras, tree poses, warrior poses, and down dogs. I love yoga.

…and one-foot cranes. Duh.

Aren’t those Karma Sutra positions?

Everything’s a Kama-Sutra position.

32. Tushar D - October 2, 2007

One of my newborns wants to be constantly held. Mommy is not up to speed, so I have to gingerly hold him all night, and the thought of accidently hurting him keeps me awake all night. I am trying to think of a body part that is not hurting from lack of sleep. I think my hair and toenails are doing ok.

The makers of kitchen platforms, cribs and changing stations have conspired to make these items too low for a man to use properly. My back hurts constantly. And stupid drug laws won’t allow the really powerful painkillers available OTC. Must ask some friend to bring the good stuff from India.

I need slee…e8ow7 tyc0856 zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

33. wiserbud - October 2, 2007

^ heh. welcome to the party, pal!

34. Mr Minority - October 2, 2007

CLAP!

Tushar, welcome to parent-hood!

Just wait until the first time you change a diaper and little Tushar decides to wizz straight up into the air, or your face. Many aches and pains coming your way dude, so be prepared.

35. pjmomma - October 2, 2007

Tushar!!! The first couple months are hard. You won’t remember any of this very soon.
Sear into your brain their sweet little facial expressions and their coos. I loved it when my kids would make this little “O” with their mouths. And when they yawn how they stick their little booties out. It goes oh so quick.

Lord know if I’d remembered the lack of sleep I wouldn’t have four kids.

36. pjmomma - October 2, 2007

Oh man, I want another one now.

37. skinbad - October 2, 2007

Tushar, They gave your wife some good meds. Don’t let her hold out on you. And for Vishnu’s sake, don’t tell your wife your body really, really hurts.

38. Dave in Texas - October 2, 2007

If you haven’t already, get a good rocking chair. Don’t go cheap.

Your back will thank me. And you might avoid having to do backbends.

39. kevlarchick - October 2, 2007

Tushar, I would hold that little angel for a few hours for you if I could. Babies seem to love laying across the big wide chest of their daddies.

40. Tushar D - October 2, 2007

Thanks for all the tips guys…
One of my boys rotates around in the crib like a clock hand, and both can turn on their sides. One of them even stood up while he was lying flat, and I was holding his head up. He pushed hard on the bed using his feet, and literally stood up. Is this normal behaviour for week old babies, or have I spawned some kind of freaks?

41. Tushar D - October 2, 2007

>>Babies seem to love laying across the big wide chest of their daddies.

Yeah, he does seem to like snuggling with me.

42. Tushar D - October 2, 2007

Mr Minority, I have been doing diaper duty even when they were in the hospital. I have experienced all horrors, and learned much. Surprisingly, I am not revolted by their poop as I expected.

43. Tushar D - October 2, 2007

pjmomma, get rid of that freaky eye of Sauron. You are creeping me out.

44. Dave in Texas - October 2, 2007

speaking of health problems, do you guys know anybody with tour…SHIT! FUCK! AGAGGAGGAGGG…ASSS!

45. pjmomma - October 2, 2007

I have tourettes. CO@#$ SUCK@# MOTH@#$ FUCQ#W$R!

46. Mr Minority - October 2, 2007

“I loved it when my kids wife would make this little “O” with theirher,/u> mouth.”

That’s better.

47. Dave in Texas - October 2, 2007

I am not revolted by their poop as I expected.

wait till God puts the smell in it.

48. Mr Minority - October 2, 2007

Damn, blew that underline tag!

49. See-Dub - October 2, 2007

Tushar–

First, belated congratulations.

Second: You need to start bellowing at the one who “needs holding”. It’s never too early to start with the positive reinforcement. He needs to hear now that he needs to cowboy up and be a man about it. That’s how he’ll know you love him. (Even though he’ll probably know that you love his brother more.)

I do this with my kids all the time when they get “clingy” or “hungry” or “frightened by mean Rottweilers”. They’re girls, but they understand what I mean.

50. Tushar D - October 2, 2007

Wife got prescription Percocet. She does not like to use painkillers, and will probably not use them all. Is it a good pill to have around? I might stash some away.

51. Tushar D - October 2, 2007

See-Dub,
have you thought how spending thanksgiving alone in your old age will feel like?

52. Dave in Texas - October 2, 2007

I didn’t scream at my kids enough either, and they’re both a couple of pushovers now.

53. See-Dub - October 2, 2007

Thanksgiving is deer season. As long as I can get a home health care worker to wheel me out in the woods and hand me my rifle I’ll be happy.

54. Tushar D - October 2, 2007

See-dub, you are tough.
BTW, at what age are kids allowed in the gun range?

55. See-Dub - October 2, 2007

Gun ranges are for dazzling urbanites. We have a rec room for that.

I only allow rimfires, though, and there’s no hard liquor allowed in there. When the kids are around.

56. pjmomma - October 2, 2007

I never used my painkillers Tushar, cuz I didn’t like to use them while nursing, but they sure do come in handy later. Like when the kids start talking.

57. Tushar D - October 2, 2007

pjmomma, did you ever have C-section? If you have a C-Section and lived without painkillers, you are not human. And for Gods sake, get rid of that freaky eye!

58. lauraw - October 2, 2007

Yes, percocet is a good pill to ‘have around.’

In case of ‘emergencies.’

59. Tushar D - October 2, 2007

On a side note, your first photo on Slublog’s photo page, the one with the little one, was the best. No subsequent one measures up to that. I will soon send Slu a photo with my little ones.

60. wiserbud - October 2, 2007

What, it’s happy hour again? Already??

EMERGENCY!

61. lauraw - October 2, 2007

Hey- wait- is today Tuesday?

‘MERGENCY! Hurry~!

It’s getting worse…!

62. pjmomma - October 2, 2007

nevermind Tushar. I didn’t know she had a C-section. Kick down man. On my block they go for about $4 a pill. Want me to take them off your hands?

And Tushar, interesting that you and Rosetta are the ones that have a problem with my eye. It’s my freaky eye btw.

63. pjmomma - October 2, 2007

I fail to see this as any kind of emergency, unless you’re out of alcohol.
PIG FART COW DUNG!

64. Tushar D - October 2, 2007

I am sure your eyes are beautiful, but that close-up is a bit creepy. If you has used a close-cropped photo with both eyes, it would be nice, and not freaky.

65. pjmomma - October 2, 2007

I’m just thinking you and rosetta feel guilty about something…….

FINGER STINK CARCYCLE

66. See-Dub - October 2, 2007

They used to burn people with freaky-eyes like that.

67. lauraw - October 2, 2007

Great now PJM is offering to BABOON BUTT CORNHOLER turn a new father into a drug dealer.

Way to go, pjm.

SALTY FECES

68. wiserbud - October 2, 2007

damn, dropped that stupid pen again.

CODE RED!!! GET THIS MAN A PERCOCET, STAT!!!

69. Tushar D - October 2, 2007

SALTY FECES? That is a bit too much even for a Tourettes patient.

BTW, to rehash my recent joke, Rosetta suffers from a combination of Munchausen and Aspergers syndromes. They call it the Assmuncher syndrome.

70. wiserbud - October 2, 2007

They used to burn people with freaky-eyes like that.

BURN HER!!! BURN THE FREAKY_EYED HERETIC!!! AND GET ME ANOTHER PERCOCET!!!!

71. See-Dub - October 2, 2007

Since we’re on the subject, this may have been the funniest thing Dave at Garfield Ridge ever posted:

72. See-Dub - October 2, 2007

Obviously, content warning on the audio there.

73. Pupster - October 2, 2007

Tushar,
Pupster boy 1 was born premature and had some issues that required him to live in the infant equivalent of intensive care for the first 7 days of his life. When we finally got to take him home, he immediately got spoiled by being held 20+ hours a day. We finally figured out how to wrap him tightly in his little blanket and lay him down in his first car seat, which made him very happy. All he was looking for was that surrounded feeling, and I got the feeling back in my arms after a few days.

Second DinT’s rocking chair suggestion, we bought a glider which was worn out by the time Pupster boy 2 came around.

74. pjmomma - October 2, 2007

Out of choice I held all my baby’s 24/7, only for the reason I couldn’t put them down.

My oldest is 9 and this year was the first time I’d ever been away from ANY of my kids for longer than hours.
My children are neither needy and are very independent. Babies just love being held. Is that so wrong? And glider rocking chairs great

PISS BULLOCKS!

75. skinbad - October 2, 2007

Hey Tushar, I told my wife you had twins and each weighed over six pounds. That’s all any of our single servings weighed. She gave your wife a moment of silence to honor her achievement. Really. Her mind could not comprehend such a thing.

76. kevlarchick - October 2, 2007

The more you hold your babies, the less they need to be held.

That was my motto. But those years were a complete blur.

77. Tushar D - October 2, 2007

Skinbad, 6’9 and 6’10 actually. And my wife is 5’2″. In the ninth month, she was looking a bit freakish. But she was active right till delivery. Even offered to drive on the way to the hospital.

I think I will get the glider. They are a bit too expensive, though. I have already blown a pretty bundle. All right, one more thing. May have to sell the motorcycle.

Wife just called. The baby is ok if we put him down for some time now. He seems to have discovered his brother, and is secure knowing that he is not alone in the crib.

78. pjmomma - October 2, 2007

walmart has a glider with matching ottoman for $100 it has lasted me through many a kid

79. Tushar D - October 2, 2007

hmm… Walmart it is. Wife does not like spending money. I am the one willing to spend.

80. Dave in Texas - October 2, 2007

Looking back I wish I had done it more than I did.

I don’t think you can do it too much. And when it’s gone, it’s gone.

81. Sobek - October 2, 2007

Tushar, I hope you get the rest you need. I might eventually get some sleep if my wife will quit poppin’ em out every two years.

Rocking chairs are good, but my first was never a cuddler, so I didn’t get any use out of the chair until 2 and 3.

Having a kid who doesn’t like to cuddle is sad.

82. Sobek - October 2, 2007

I recently started running (wife and I are going to do a half marathon together) and my right knee hurts now. Also, I keep getting a blister on the bottom of my right foot. What’s up with that?

83. Dave in Texas - October 2, 2007

I can remember my eldest at from age 1 to 2, patting me on the back while I rocked her – I guess because I would pat her back when I rocked her.

Now she’s 21.

*SNIF!! HONK!!*

84. Tushar D - October 2, 2007

My kids don’t like being changed or sponged. They holler like they are being murdered. I guess the changing table is not comfortable for them.

85. Tushar D - October 2, 2007

Sobek, that hurt knee and the blister are natures way of telling you that you are getting old, and need to have a stiff bourbon, instead of running a Marathon.

Dave, I remember you once posted a photo of your girls in a field of flowers when they were little. That was cute.

86. Mr Minority - October 2, 2007

I guess the changing table is not comfortable for them.

Tushar, here in America our changing tables are not made from bed of nails. I suggest you get a regular changing table at Walmart also.

87. lauraw - October 2, 2007

Sobek, check the alignment of your heel in your shoe.

New shoes may help, or a pair of Dyna-Soles, which wrap around the bottom/back of your heel in your shoe and prevent knee pain.

At least, that did it for me when I used to do a lot of hiking. Glad I quit that tough stuff though, my knees feel better since I did.

88. Sobek - October 2, 2007

“…that hurt knee and the blister are natures way of telling you that you are getting old…”

That’s what I keep telling my wife, but she keeps pointing out that I’m only 31. She’s pretty crafty that way.

89. skinbad - October 2, 2007

I guess the changing table is not comfortable for them.

Wise father tip for you: Put the padded thing on the plywood.

90. skinbad - October 2, 2007

Way too slow with Mr. M. around.

91. Sobek - October 2, 2007

“Sobek, check the alignment of your heel in your shoe.”

I went to a specialty store where they video-taped me running and got me a custom shoe. I never had any problems with my knee (and my knees are generally bad anyway) until maybe a week ago.

92. daveintexas - October 2, 2007

Sobek, it’s probably prostate cancer.

You should get that checked out.

93. skinbad - October 2, 2007

IT”S NOT A TOOMAH!

94. Tushar D - October 2, 2007

>>Sobek, it’s probably prostate cancer.

Nah… blister on heel, you say? I suspect uterine cancer.

95. Tushar D - October 2, 2007

Mr Minority,
What kind of babies are these? Can’t even enjoy a bed of nails? They have become too Americanized and gone soft.

96. PattyAnn - October 2, 2007

Cathy, thank you for your answer. I really think I need to try the cleansing thing. And I saw and admired that fun thing you did on the other thread.

97. Mr Minority - October 2, 2007

They have become too Americanized and gone soft.

Indian babies may be soft, but American babies are HARD! all of the time, and BIG!

98. pjmomma - October 2, 2007

Hey, I’m doing a half marathon too Sobek. I’m training for one in Florida.

99. wiserbud - October 2, 2007

OT: Bart said he would never visit the Hostages unless he was able to see a specific video.

<Here ya go, buddy!

100. Bart - October 2, 2007

Good job, wiser.
:D

101. Sobek - October 2, 2007

Tushar, it’s actually on the arch of my foot. It’s just an odd place for a blister, is all. And Dave, stop thinking about my rectum.

Pjmomma, I’ve never done a half marathon before, but it will be my wife’s fourth. She ran one last September, about five months after giving birth to our son. She is superhuman.

102. Cathy - October 2, 2007

Bravo, Wiser! GLAR!

#96 – PattyAnn If you want to know what I have done that worked for me, email Michael about this and I’ll email you back with the info.

103. daveintexas - October 2, 2007

I’m just sayin, that’s serious stuff dude.

104. cranky - October 2, 2007

Anybody have a case of perpetual gas? I mean the kind of gas that will clean out a locker room. What’s up with that?

105. Mr Minority - October 2, 2007

Anybody have a case of perpetual gas?

Cranky, it’s probably prostate cancer.

You should get that checked out.

106. Sobek - October 2, 2007

Minority, stop thinking about Cranky’s rectum.

107. Mr Minority - October 2, 2007

Minority, stop thinking about Cranky’s rectum.

Sobek, actually thinking about Cranky’s rectum purges the horrible thoughts I get thinking about you.

108. Sobek - October 2, 2007

Carry on, then.

109. cranky - October 2, 2007

Well, I just got a clean bill of health for that end of the ol’ alimentary canal. Please return your attention to Sobek’s rectum.

The gas though, maybe it’s the oatmeal?

110. pjmomma - October 2, 2007

She ran one last September, about five months after giving birth to our son. She is superhuman

Holy cow I’d say so. She’s totally superhuman. My marathon is in February. I’m too wimpy to try the full, but I’m quite content to do the half. I’ve never done one before. My first 5k is on Oct. 20th.

111. Mr Minority - October 2, 2007

I can honestly say that I have never understood the enjoyment of running. In fact I hate running, I love hiking, walking and swimming, but not running.

112. geoff - October 2, 2007

Well, I just got a clean bill of health for that end of the ol’ alimentary canal.

Uh Cranky . . . normally we get a doctor to do that for us.

113. Mrs. Peel - October 2, 2007

I love running, but it’s too hard on my joints. I kept getting hurt and/or sick, so finally I had to give it up. :-(

If troll considers the remarks he quoted to be “feces-smearing,” then I’d hate to see how he would react to an actual flame thread at AOSHQ.

114. geoff - October 2, 2007

It’s very, very funny that he claimed that he was no liberal, and even shared some conservative views, but now he admits that his goal is to shut down conservative conversations. A troll from day 1.

115. Mrs. Peel - October 2, 2007

yeah, that cracked me up, too. What is he, 15?

116. pjmomma - October 2, 2007

In fact I hate running, I love hiking, walking and swimming, but not running.

I hate it too! I’m just doing it for pure egotistical reasons. I wanna be able to say, “yep, I did that”

117. cranky - October 2, 2007

Geoff, that guy in the next stall at the bus station swore he was a doctor. Now, I just feel used, $50 richer but used just the same. NTTAWWT.

Do we need to spell that out for WD?

OT: Bleg for bmac’s Kramer. See NiceDeb’s blog or the link to her post from mine at http://balancesheet.wordpress.com/2007/10/02/help-a-puppy-out/. Thanks.

118. Cathy - October 2, 2007

I can’t run anymore because of my joints. I still love to walk and try to do some every day.

I got pretty disenchanted with the running thing when I proudly finished a 10,000 meter run (in about 59 minutes) only to find out that the state governor’s wife also ran the race and beat me. She was pregnant at the time. Sheesh!

119. nicedeb - October 2, 2007

I was late on my period until about 30 minutes ago…..phew!

Besides that, I have no major complaints.

Kathy, your positive attitude makes you strong. I don’t hear any self pity in your comments.

In fact I’ve never seen a comment by you that wasn’t sweet, positive, and uplifting.

120. nicedeb - October 2, 2007

Did I miss some good troll action?

121. Bart - October 2, 2007

ND, I coulda told you were PMSing.

122. Bart - October 2, 2007

And, yes, I can speak in complete sentences.

…told you that you were…

123. Bart - October 2, 2007

Bart, does what you’re doing for your muscles outweigh what you’re doing to your joints?

Yes, skinbad, probably. I should know better than to stress my joints at my age. Weightlifting is great for muscles, tendons, and joints. Heavy weightlifting is not so great for the tendons and joints.

MOST lower back problems are due to lack of abdominal muscle strength.

I agree with this, Cathy. A lot of experienced weightlifters do not use a belt when they lift weights. Intense abdominal exercises will strengthen your midsection into somewhat of a girdle, thus eliminating the need for a weighlifting belt. The back is designed to take a lot of abuse and do a lot of work. We have huge muscles in our back for that reason.

If you hurt your back when you bend over to pick up something off of the ground, it doesn’t mean you have a “bad” back. It means that you have a weak back.

124. nicedeb - October 2, 2007

Bart, how come you’re not at AOSHQ defending Rush?

Libtard Thom, a KOS diarist who Michelle Malkin recently called ‘a nut’, deserves a good whacking, and none of the regular trollwhackers have been on that Tom Harkin thread.

125. Michael - October 2, 2007

In fact I’ve never seen a comment by you that wasn’t sweet, positive, and uplifting.

She’s also good at burping. Excellent volume, duration and tone quality. She is a finely tuned instrument.

126. Bart - October 2, 2007

He’s not really worth the effort, ND.

You can’t get anywhere arguing with someone who’s completely dishonest.

127. Mrs. Peel - October 3, 2007

My burping sucks. I think it’s because my chest cavity isn’t big enough to get decent resonance.

I still haven’t burped in front of the boy. I know he will just laugh, but I just can’t bring myself to let him hear my pathetic little-girl burps. It’d be one thing if I could shake the room like my sister, but, alas, as in every other performance art, I have no talent whatsoever.

*wipes tear from eye*

128. Cathy - October 3, 2007

She’s also good at burping. Excellent volume, duration and tone quality. She is a finely tuned instrument.

He told me he fell in love with me hearing me burp in my dorm before he ever saw my face. I had just eaten Domino’s Pizza from the one and only original pizza place.

I am a good burper. It’s like singing — it’s all in the diaphragm.

129. Sobek - October 3, 2007

I don’t actually like running, but I love to hike, and running is good for building stamina so I can hike better.

Also, I suck at burping.

Also also, I can’t whistle. I’ve never been able to.

130. Michael - October 3, 2007

He told me he fell in love with me hearing me burp in my dorm before he ever saw my face.

That’s true, I actually heard her burp before I met her. It was awesome.

131. TattooedIntellectual - October 3, 2007

Man, it’s friggin’ hot here (like 35C) so I’ve gone to the beach the past few days and I end up w/ friggin’ heat rash!

132. kevlarchick - October 3, 2007

I can burp, all right. It will be a good party at the Michael’s house.

133. Dave in Texas - October 3, 2007

I have some skills there.

134. PattyAnn - October 3, 2007

For those who want to know, Cathy with a “C” and I have established a dialogue pertaining to feeling better, thanks to the email forwarding skills of Michael (thank you Michael). I trust Cathy and will follow her suggestions.

“none of the regular trollwhackers have been on that Tom Harkin thread.”

NiceDeb, you did not need any help. You kept throwing the truth at him and he kept dodging the bullets. He’s a dishonest idiot. Just like our lil Winnie the Poop.

135. Bart - November 7, 2007

I have really dry patches of skin — rough like sandpaper — on my elbows. They are each only the size of a quarter, though.

Is it psoriasis? It’s not itchy, just dry.

136. Retired Geezer - November 7, 2007

…on my elbows.

Me too.

I’m going to try that Zims Crack Cream, Mrs. G likes it.

137. lauraw's nipple fetish make me want to jump - November 7, 2007

Zim’s Crack Cream?

Sounds like stuff for the ass.

How about that balm used for utters? What the heck is that stuff called, I think it comes in a little can?

138. Mr Minority - November 7, 2007

What the heck is that stuff called

I think it is called: Utter Balm

139. daveintexas - November 7, 2007

Bart, I think it’s just desk leaning, I get that every now and then.

Lotion. Heals it right up.

140. lauraw's nipple fetish make me want to jump - November 7, 2007

Close, but no.

It’s called Bag Balm, and it might be just the stuff I’m looking for to help me elbows.

141. Michael - November 7, 2007

Dave’s right — desk leaning causes those patches.

I’m going hot-tubbing. That will cure anything.

142. Retired Geezer - November 7, 2007

You can buy Bag Balm everywhere here in the Spud State.

Even the Hallmark Greeting card store.

OK, I made that up.

143. Bart - November 7, 2007

Dave, honestly, I don’t rest my elbows on a desk or a table, ever.

RG, have you used the Bag Balm? You know, on your udders?

144. Cathy - November 7, 2007

George Strait’s Hoof and Hand Cream…got it at Wal-Mart.
You can use it on your horse too.

145. Bart - November 7, 2007

Isn’t George Strait the one who has the rep for showing up shitfaced and ditching early for his concerts?

146. Lipstick - November 7, 2007

I still haven’t burped in front of the boy

Then, after the burping, is the fart barrier. That’s the difficult one.

147. PattyAnn - November 7, 2007

George Jones

148. Cathy - November 7, 2007

I think PattyAnn is right, cause George Strait is …well… pretty straight.

Good father. Kind neighbor. Decent sort of guy.

Some of our friends were his next-door neighbors. And some of our neighbors’ kids went to private parochial school with his kids. Nothing but nice things were said about him.

149. mesablue - November 7, 2007

My brother used to live near Ozzy — true story.

150. Bart - November 7, 2007

Did he burp in front of him, mesa?

151. mesablue - November 7, 2007

That was not a topic that ever came up. But, Ozzy actually tried to mow his own lawn once. The mower sat there for a few days after that.

Not that exciting by Ozzy standards, but that’s all I’ve got.

152. Mrs. Peel - November 7, 2007

Lipstick, I don’t fart. I politely release small amounts of perfumed air, accompanied by the sound of angels singing.

153. Michael - November 7, 2007

perfumed air

Is it a lilac odor, like my polite releases?

154. Mrs. Peels Boyfriend - November 7, 2007

Lipstick, I don’t fart. I politely release small amounts of perfumed air, accompanied by the sound of angels singing.

uh…i know you told me that you had problems with your hearing – I guess you forgot to mention that you had problems with your sinuses too…

155. daveintexas - November 7, 2007

Oh? Well, it’s probably prostate cancer then.

You should get that checked out Bart.

156. Cathy - November 7, 2007

While living in San Antonio, Sean Michaels, the WWF wrestler, was our neighbor. He didn’t mow his own lawn. When he attended events, a hugeass limo would pull into our gated community to pick him up. All those muscles! No mowing…no driving. He was real sweet. A good Catholic. He liked Michael. Married a gorgeous gal. When they had their baby, the two of them would walk together pushing the stroller through the neighborhood like any other proud parents.

Tony Parker ended up moving into the neighborhood too, but that was after we moved to Ohio. He was easy going. Our daughter got to know him a little bit cause he would come into the restaurant where she worked. The restaurant was owned by other neighbors and friends of ours who were good friends of Tony and his dad.

Those are my “neighbor” stories.

157. Sandy Burger - November 7, 2007

Oh? Well, it’s probably prostate cancer then.You should get that checked out Bart.

Done. And. Done.

158. Michael - November 7, 2007

I will concede that my polite releases do not sound like angels singing. They sound like a space shuttle launch, which is still a pleasing aural experience.

159. Cathy - November 7, 2007

So that is what you call pleasing…

I’ll keep that in mind.

160. Mrs. Michael - November 7, 2007

They sound like a space shuttle launch, which is still a pleasing aural experience.

Yeah, theyre a lot like the Challenger launch. Loud, terrifying, with a lot of teary eyed witnesses praying to God for help.

161. Michael - November 7, 2007

Yikes! Bart, if you’ve got elbow patches without any desk-leaning, that’s a pretty serious symptom of incipient prostate cancer.

Don’t worry, it’s treatable if diagnosed early. Get that prostate exam now!

162. Cathy - November 8, 2007

Hey. Has anybody else ever had to fight back the giggles when they hear somebody say “prostrate” cancer?

163. Amish Babar - Thats with two 'B's doc - November 8, 2007

Hey. Has anybody else ever had to fight back the giggles when they hear somebody say “prostrate” cancer?

What? That isnt how you say it? Damn. I need to start seeing a new proctologist, then. At least i think he’s a proctologist….

hmmm…. now that i think about it – 3 o’clock in the morning in the back of a chevy AstroVan is an odd time for a doctors appointment…

164. eddiebear - November 8, 2007

I have some frat boys who bought the house next door to me. They have been pretty decent so far. They have only made a few sexually explicit comments to my wife as she stretches for her runs.

Oh, and they never mow their damn lawn.

165. Michael - November 8, 2007

Then, after the burping, is the fart barrier. That’s the difficult one.

I remember reading a novel about Casanova many years ago. Don’t remember the name, the author, or the plot. The only thing I remember is that a key component of his seduction technique was to deliberately leave a woman alone in a room for a few minutes before he came on, so that she could deal with any necessary “polite releases.”

166. Lipstick - November 8, 2007

Some releases ain’t so polite.

167. eddiebear - November 8, 2007

Didn’t Casanova basically bang anything that moved, including nuns?

168. eddiebear - November 8, 2007

I think I found Michael’s new cooking techniques

169. Retired Geezer - November 8, 2007

Has anybody else ever had to fight back the giggles when they hear somebody say “prostrate” cancer?

Or “Rotator Cup”.

170. compos mentis - November 8, 2007

Who named the clitoris and what were they thinking?

171. skinbad - November 8, 2007

I’ve got a neighbor with “corporal tunnel” syndrome.

172. Bart - November 8, 2007

I ate a grapefruit today. After spending ten minutes peeling it, I got to experience its awful bitterness.

Grapefruits are oranges retarded cousins. Worst fruit ever. It’s no wonder grapefruits are used by dieters — it’s vomit-inducing flavor is enough to stop people from eating for 12 hours.

173. Cathy - November 8, 2007

Hey Bart,
Was your grapefruit a “ruby-red” or just a plain ole yellow one?

174. Bart - November 8, 2007

Red.

175. compos mentis - November 8, 2007

Man, I love Ruby Red grapefruit. They’re usually sweet all by themselves. However, de gustibus non est disputandum. If you don’t like ‘em, you don’t like ‘em.

176. Retired Geezer - November 8, 2007

You can’t drink grapefruit juice with certain kinds of low-cholesterol drugs.
Wonder why.

177. lauraw - November 8, 2007

If you ate the whole sections the way you would with an orange, you got way too much bitter pith with your fruit.

It’s better to halve them and scoop out the meat with a grapefruit spoon. Or when you peel them be sure to pare away all the pith and then cut all the sections out from the pithy dividers.

178. Cathy - November 8, 2007

Bart,
Sorry you had such a negative experience.
Ruby red are better for you and usually a bit sweeter.
Maybe you just got a bad one.

Do you eat grapefruit often?

179. compos mentis - November 8, 2007

Hadn’t thought of that lw, but you’re right. That’s the way I eat them.

Google says “Grapefruit juice can increase the absorption of most statins[, like Lipitor]. If statin levels go up too much, muscle damage can occur.”

180. PattyAnn - November 8, 2007

I agree with Laura’s dissection techniques. And if you’re really really lazy, Sam’s sells them ready-to-eat in the salad/produce section.

181. Retired Geezer - November 8, 2007

de gustibus non est disputandum.

*adds this to list of handy Latin phrases*

I have “Primum non nocere” on the dash of my Work Truck.

Any other favorites?

182. Bart - November 8, 2007

Yeah, I thought the reds were supposed to be sweeter.

I’ve only had about 3 or 4 grapefruits in my life. I’ll stick to bananas, and apples.

I’ve been known to enjoy a gala apple or two this time of year, too.

183. Retired Geezer - November 8, 2007

I Wiki’d the phrase and found a comprehensive list.

Got sidetracked to the Hippocratic Oath and discovered something interesting.

Can you guess what was in the original HO that has been removed?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hippocratic_Oath

184. Bart - November 8, 2007

First do no harm? Or maybe a part where it says not to feck with Divine creation?

I’m guessing it’s the part where it forbids doctors to perform unborn baby killing and sex-change surgery. Am I right?

185. wiserbud - November 8, 2007

Yeah, I thought the reds were supposed to be sweeter.

Put salt on your grapefruit. That makes them taste really sweet, for some bizarre reason.

186. Lutheran Millenium Overlord - November 8, 2007

“Thou shalt not suffer a Hunchback to live.”

No wait, that’s from the Bible.

187. lauraw - November 8, 2007

What’d I do now?

188. skinbad - November 8, 2007

My wife does the salt thing. She’s been trying to convince me that’s the way to go for years. Sounds like voodoo to me. I sugar ‘em up.

189. Bart - November 8, 2007

By the way, what does my prostate have to do with dry skin on my elbows?

Don’t you know the difference between your ass and your elbow?

190. Bart's colon - November 8, 2007

It’s not a toomah!

191. PattyAnn - November 8, 2007

Sea Salt. Big ol’ hunks of salt. Yum.

192. Cathy - November 8, 2007

I agree with Lauraw and RG about dissecting the grapefruit. Use a serrated knife around all of the sections and spoon out the segments. Then squeeze the juice and drink it too. Worth the extra minute or two.

Grapefruit will always be a bit sour, so have it as the first thing you eat before something sweeter enters your mouth. And eating them more regularly will help you to acquire a taste for them. I like the taste much better than orange, apple, or banana which all seem a bit too sweet.

Some theorize (I’m not sure I agree) that when something known to be good for you is unpleasant to your taste that it is the toxins in your body that are causing you to resist healthy change. This theory has been supported by those who think that most Americans are carb addicts and junk-food junkies.

Hoping subsequent grapefruit experiences are good ones.

193. compos mentis - November 8, 2007

Any other favorites?

Canis meus id comedit

(My dog ate it)

194. Cathy - November 8, 2007

RG @ #183
My head hurts too much for your quiz, but I’m interested in the answer.

195. compos mentis - November 8, 2007

atapultam habeo. isi pecuniam omnem mihi dabis, ad caput tuum saxum immane

I have a catapult. Give me all the money, or I will fling an enormous rock at your head.

196. Cathy - November 8, 2007

By the way, what does my prostate have to do with dry skin on my elbows? Don’t you know the difference between your ass and your elbow?

Some folks answer with their groin.

197. compos mentis - November 8, 2007

That’s supposed to be Catapultam.

ammit!

198. Bart - November 8, 2007

My head hurts too much for your quiz

Still? :(

199. Cathy - November 8, 2007

Bart

Gotta stuffy nose and sore throat. I was cleaning and repairing window frames throughout the house without using a dust mask. Stupid.

Caused nasty bumps on the back of my throat. Coughing and sneezing has given me a headache and neckache. It’s getting a bit better, but I’m a mess.

Got other stuff going on that complicates the whole thing. I need another 7-day toxic cleansing. Starting one today.

200. Retired Geezer - November 8, 2007

Cathy, here’s the paragraph:

Several parts of the oath have been removed or re-shaped over the years in various countries, schools, and societies as the social, religious, and political importance of medicine has changed. Most schools administer some form of oath, but the great majority no longer use the ancient version, which praised Greek deities, advocated teaching of men, and forbade general practitioners from surgery, abortion, and euthanasia. Also missing from the ancient Oath and from many modern versions are the complex ethical issues that face the modern physician.

Changed portions of the oath:

1. To teach medicine to the sons of my teacher. In the past, medical schools would give preferential consideration to the children of physicians.

2. To practice and prescribe to the best of my ability for the good of my patients, and to try to avoid harming them. This beneficial intention is the purpose of the physician. However, this item is still invoked in the modern discussions of euthanasia.

3. Never to do deliberate harm to anyone for anyone else’s interest. Physician organizations in most countries have strongly denounced physician participation in legal executions. However, in a small number of cases, most notably Oregon[2] and the Netherlands[3], a doctor can perform euthanasia, by both his and the patient’s consent.

4. To avoid violating the morals of my community. Many licensing agencies will revoke a physician’s license for offending the morals of the community (“moral turpitude”).

5. To avoid attempting to do things that other specialists can do better. The “stones” referred to are kidney stones or bladder stones, removal of which was judged too difficult for physicians, and therefore was left for surgeons (specialists). The value of specialization was recognized in that time. The range of knowledge and skills needed for the range of human problems has always made it impossible for any single physician to maintain expertise in all areas. This also highlights the different historical origins of the surgeon and the physician.

6. To keep the good of the patient as the highest priority. There may be other conflicting ‘good purposes,’ such as community welfare, conserving economic resources, supporting the criminal justice system, or simply making money for the physician or his employer that provide recurring challenges to physicians.

7. To avoid sexual relationships or other inappropriate entanglements with patients and families. The value of avoiding conflicts of interest isn’t often questioned.

201. Eskimosik - November 19, 2007

Hello

What do you think about this? When it happens?

202. Eskimosik - November 20, 2007

Hi all!

What do you think about this? When it happens?

203. KedeOriergy - January 1, 2008

Hello everybody,
So, let’s chat! Any news?

204. Atteftvat - April 10, 2008

Hello my friends :) ;)

205. BrewFan - April 10, 2008

How’s it hangin’?

206. harrison - April 10, 2008

To the left.

207. Hillary - April 10, 2008

Ditto.

208. Won Hung Lo - April 10, 2008

What so funny?

209. Wong Hung Lo - April 10, 2008

What so funny?

Typos

210. eddiebear - April 10, 2008

207:
Do you have a wide stance as well?

211. Hillary - April 10, 2008

Well of course.

It’s the only way i can keep my cankles from chaffing in these pantsuits.

212. fun stuff to do in idaho - June 30, 2008

fun stuff to do in idaho…

You must put a lot of work into blogging this much!…

213. cathy - June 30, 2008

^ didn’t find any “fun stuff to do in idaho”

just sayin’… sure there’s fun stuff…
prolly more than ohio… but link failed

214. MaggieInWCs - August 19, 2008

My husband and I want to go on a awesome vacation soon. We were looking for advice. Anyone have any great locations? A way to save a lot money would be nice too. Traveling is expensive these days.

215. GregorySockssy - August 19, 2008

We traveled to Fiji recently. It was an unbelievable vacation. We stayed at this nice little Inn called the Beach Sands. But, if your looking to save money, it’s a very expensive flight. Another option is Mazatlan, I have a amazing time when I go. As far as saving dough, I don;t know for sure, we always go with expeida or travelocity. My friend tells me that he usually saves a bunch of money on his trips. I’ll ask him how he does it.

216. BrewFan - August 19, 2008

MaggieInWCs, I would recommend a cruise. Mrs. BrewFan and I went on our first last February; Cozumel, Grand Caymen, Jamaica, Key West. 6 days and the price was very affordable. You can do incredible things when the ship is in port like swim with the rays or snorkel or just about whatever you can imagine. You will find no better value for your travel dollar, IMHO.

217. Kathrynborlandbest - October 7, 2008

Recently, my husband started with the potential problem and our relations are deadlocked.
After all, I love sex … I encouraged him to go to the doctor, and he is afraid.
Maybe someone who will help us, tell of impotence pills and where to buy them anonymously. In advance thank you to all who help!
Sorry if in the wrong section leave a message!

218. awathy - October 12, 2008

Billy always convinces me to buy and sell stocks at the perfect time. He must be a billionaire because he always asks me to give some of it up as he probably doesn’t need anymore. When there is a selloff in stocks, he tells me to follow because that’s probably when the market is at its bottom; while the opposite is true too because he always tells me to buy stocks when everyone is optimistic, signaling a top in the stock market.

A few years ago, 2003 to be exact, Billy told me “It’s time to sell your stocks! Look at your negative returns! Cash out your index funds because you should put your money somewhere else!” He is really good because the next few years turned out to be great for the stock market. A couple of days ago when everyone was selling stocks, he tries to convince me again to sell because we needed to join everyone else. He must’ve seen yesterday’s big move up coming.

Billy is truly my friend because he doesn’t want me to suffer the pain that I endure because my stocks are going down. So, when fear is at its maximum signaling a bottom, he convinces me that I should sell just to get me that temporary relief.

Today though, I decided to start ignoring Billy. Although I appreciate his friendship and advice for the past 20 some years, it is not making me rich. In fact, even though he’s a billionaire, I’m still working hard for a living. I have most of my life ahead of me, and I cannot keep listening to him anymore.

I need to think long term for my investments and ignore market fluctuations. I want to be wealthy, but not busy. I want to live happily, and not miserably. I need to stop being silly, and definitely not listen to Billy.

http://www.moneyning.com

Laura K (SOIC)

219. Mrs. Peel - November 1, 2008

Recently, my husband started with the potential problem and our relations are deadlocked.
After all, I love sex … I encouraged him to go to the doctor, and he is afraid.
Maybe someone who will help us, tell of impotence pills and where to buy them anonymously. In advance thank you to all who help!
Sorry if in the wrong section leave a message!

I’ve been rereading My Immortal today, so this comment made a weird kind of sense to me.

220. amishoxia - November 18, 2008

Hello. It is test.

221. GIDGISTGEWDOK - November 25, 2008

Hi nto All
My problemm: my pc worked slowly, fast reeboot and some others.
Please, help me to fix it – I need some sites, that consist info, how can I do it.
Thanks,
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222. blooginineure - November 30, 2008

Hi. I regularly scan this forum. This is the oldest together unequivocal to ask a ridiculous.
How multitudinous in this forum are references Nautical port behind, knavish users?
Can I depute all the communication that there is?

223. lauraw - November 30, 2008

Was that a babelfish translation?

I can only guess with my dirty mind what a ‘nautical port behind’ might mean in blooginineure’s language. Whichever language that might be.

I hope he will ask another ridiculous.

224. Michael - November 30, 2008

I hope he will ask another ridiculous.

How did IB become this?

I had a dream . . .

225. Pupster - November 30, 2008

Knavish user,
Unequivocally ridiculous communication out kazoo tomorrow, last port nautical storm.

226. Michael - November 30, 2008

^

Attention Brewfan — that should go in the IB Comment Hall of Fame™.

227. BrewFan - November 30, 2008

Attention Brewfan — that should go in the IB Comment Hall of Fame™.

And so Pupster take his place amongst the pantheon…

228. TreakeDeark - December 25, 2008

I understand this is a bit off topic, but does anybody here know of a successful mortgage person in the Tucson, AZ area?
_____________________________
[url=http://www.jaykor.com]Tucson We Buy Houses[/url]

229. Michael - December 25, 2008

Yes, TreakeDearke — you should talk to Bob the Tucson Mortgage Man. He hangs out in the parking garage at Church and Cushing, by the Convention Center. Just look for the guy with a gray beard and lavender leather hot pants. He’ll get you the best deal on a mortgage in Arizona, guaranteed.

230. Michael - December 25, 2008

Lots of spam tonnight — Akismet has been busy. Most of it seems to be Russian or drug-related. I don’t know how Treake slipped through.

231. MichaellaS - July 20, 2009

tks for the effort you put in here I appreciate it!

232. skinbad - August 14, 2009

If you feel like you’re sitting on a molten marble in the middle of your left ass cheek, would that be the sciatic pain I’ve heard so much about? A friend wants to know.

233. reason - August 14, 2009

Intense pain in the asscheek…and “a friend” wants to know…

This never goes well.

234. Lipstick - August 14, 2009

Sorry about your ass, Skinbad.

235. BrewFan - August 14, 2009

Sorry about your ass, Skinbad.

ha!

Hi Lipstick! *waves*

236. Michael - August 14, 2009

If you pass out drunk on the floor of a garage in winter, between the lawn mower and the recycle bin, sleeping on your side on the cold concrete with no pants on, and you are limping the next day, would that be the hip dysplasia I’ve heard so much about?

A friend wants to know.

237. BrewFan - August 14, 2009

If it hurts to urinate and the inside of your underwear looks like somebody shot lemon pudding in there with a squirt gun would that be the clap I’ve heard so much about?

Compos wants to know.

238. jewtrouro - September 14, 2009

Kanye West interrupts and disses taylor swift at the VMAs saying Beyonce should have won the award.


http://www.NoMoreKanye.com

239. Lipstick - October 15, 2009

Oh yeah, you’ll learn a lot. Nothing very useful, but you’ll learn.

Hi back atcha Brewfan!

240. BrewFan - October 15, 2009

Better late then never I guess :)

Plus I get to vaporize some spam!

241. AcetaLepe - November 2, 2009

Cao everyone,

Im new to the forum and just wanted to introduce myself, my name is John and I’m form UK. I’ve been a long time lurker who has finally decided to make an account and contribute.

242. AtifaHabibi - November 10, 2009

hi
excuse me im new internet thing…
Can anyone suggest me about so called [b]legal highs[/b]
which you can buy online ?
I know they are legal and do not contain any harmful substances, but
are they really cool?
Im very willing to try, but unsure which party pill is the best?

thank you

243. lauraw - December 2, 2009

244. lauraw - December 2, 2009

245. Dave in Texas - December 2, 2009

Jack Webb: Patton
Obama: Rommel

246. NainamayoxNap - June 4, 2010

Hi I am currently out of work. I have applied to most of the job sites more times than I’d care to recall and applied to 100s of positions. However, i have not been able to find a single good response to my applications. If anyone knows about particular job site that provides career advice, please revert me with the location details. I will be thankful to you for your early response.

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Try promo code [b]RAD10[/b] for 10% Off.

I heard it works at both [b]Dollar[/b] and [b]Thrifty[/b].

248. daveintexas - July 12, 2010

Merrill Lynch.

249. Retired Geezer - July 12, 2010

I know they are legal and do not contain any harmful substances, but
are they really cool?
Im very willing to try, but unsure which party pill is the best?

I can’t speak for the rest of the Innocent Bystanders but I think that Penguin Essence is pretty Rad.

250. Optobbyapowly - September 6, 2010

Hello, I’m Optobbyapowly from USA
Nice to become part of this board

251. Arekroobink - September 16, 2010

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252. geoguehog - December 22, 2010

Pliz help!!! I cannot find internet shop to sale knitted sweaters. Explore of Google gave no results((

253. BrewFan - December 22, 2010
254. Meevelomo - January 11, 2011

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255. Lipstick - January 11, 2011

^^Can’t make this shit up ^^

256. Lipstick - January 11, 2011

But I CAN try to own the sidebar…

257. Lipstick - January 11, 2011

Love Cathy’s snappy red coat.

258. harrison - January 11, 2011

No, ya can’t…

259. Lipstick - January 11, 2011

Is Dallas windy? We hate the wind here.

260. Lipstick - January 11, 2011

Harrison, you skunk!

261. harrison - January 11, 2011

*SMOOCH*

262. Lipstick - January 11, 2011

Why??!!

263. Lipstick - January 11, 2011

Fine, I’ll just do this late tonight when you all are in bed.

Pacific Time, Baby!

264. Lipstick - January 11, 2011

*flounces off*

*secretly lurks*

265. Lipstick - January 11, 2011

You’re just waiting till I’m almost there to thwart me again aren’t you?

266. Lipstick - January 11, 2011

AREN’T YOU?????

267. Lipstick - January 11, 2011

hmmmmm…

268. Lipstick - January 11, 2011

You’re just toying with me

269. Lipstick - January 11, 2011

but I must try

270. Lipstick - January 11, 2011

Watch, Michael will show up to screw this up.

271. Lipstick - January 11, 2011

sooo close!

272. Lipstick - January 11, 2011

BINGO!!!!

Victory Dance, yippee!

273. harrison - January 11, 2011

good job!
ooops.

274. Michael - January 11, 2011

Watch, Michael will show up to screw this up.

You wound me, woman. I have feelings, you know.

275. Lipstick - January 11, 2011

But your feelings are odd….and wrong. And a bit disturbing….
;)

276. Lipstick - January 11, 2011

Plus you wear a cape.

And Harrison, there is a dead skunk in the mail to you as we speak.

277. lauraw - January 11, 2011

Hunh. I could use a bedliner for my truck.

278. daveintexas - January 11, 2011

a truck in bed is just wrong.

279. kevl - January 11, 2011

I slept in the bed of a truck once.

280. harrison - January 11, 2011

And Harrison, there is a dead skunk in the mail to you as we speak.

She likes me! She likes me!

281. geoff - January 11, 2011

I slept in the bed of a truck once.

I lined kevl’s truck bed once.

282. daveintexas - January 11, 2011

I’m sleepin in the back of the truck tonight.

It sounds lucky.

283. Voucher - April 22, 2011

Voucher coins free here voucher

284. Mitchell - April 22, 2011

Hmmm. How much do these free voucher coins cost?

285. Lipstick - April 22, 2011

Come on, Mitchell, it’s just a small fee for shipping and handling.


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