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    SD-1 Refugees #3

    :hi: guys! Middle Sprout is apparently feeling much, much better, so I'm going to have to go institute some rowdiness control measures.
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    SD-1 Refugees #3

    Yeah, poor kid came with a bum ear. He had tubes when he was a baby, and we had a good couple of years after they fell out. But his left ear hasn't been clear in 8 months. That's right! Coffee ice cream was the is-it-a-Francie-double test! Every year, I buy the kids little ornaments...
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    SD-1 Refugees #3

    Any time can be lunchtime! Actually, I don't think it's strange! It's a long-standing family favorite. Even as a small child, I always ordered coffee ice cream at 21 flavors. And my mom usually got it, and my grandmother never got anything but. When I was little...like sippy cup little...my...
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    SD-1 Refugees #3

    Yep. It's his favorite. Is that strange? :lol:
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    SD-1 Refugees #3

    I think he'll have the ice cream and root beer separately. He chose coffee ice cream, and i don't think that would make for a very tasty root beer float. :yuck: They say you should keep a notepad and pen by your bedside so you can write down your sweet dreams before you forget them.
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    SD-1 Refugees #3

    :lol: 5x5 should put the link in her signature. Happy Alias Anniversary! :lol: :lol: :lol: In that case, 5x5, I can certainly see why you'd eat the cost of the detector.
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    SD-1 Refugees #3

    That doesn't sound right at all. If I were you, I'd simply deduct the cost from your next rent check, then give them the runaround. But I tend to be the type to get all worked up over matters of principle, and don't necessarily ever recommend my own courses of action. My little Middle Sprout...
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    SD-1 Refugees #3

    Actually, you are beautiful.
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    SD-1 Refugees #3

    Shucks! You know what I did? I said paws, then deleted it and put hooves (actually I put hoofs, but we're not going to talk about that - I already admitted to being grammatically unsound today). They do have paws, don't they? :unsure: You know what? I'm gonna say feet. Kindergarten Sprout...
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    SD-1 Refugees #3

    You know whose gifts are always difficult for me...my mom and mother-in-law. Because they don't need anything, and anything they want they buy themselves. So I'm left trying to come up with clever, thoughtful gifts that they'll appreciate but wouldn't think to buy themselves. It's my most...
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    SD-1 Refugees #3

    Llama fur socks? A llama fur throw? Llama sweater? The ultimate cop-out for shopping for the hard-to-shop-for relative: a gift certificate? Which is, incidentally, (have I told you this?) the number one item on my kindergartner's Christmas wish list. :blink: Specifically, he'd like a...
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    SD-1 Refugees #3

    Seriously...I want to see the 5x5 Christmas card. Original artwork? That's fabulous. Me...I usually grab a few boxes from somewhere (depending on how late I'm getting around to sending them, it's the cute ones from the local gift shops if I'm on the ball, or the cutest I can find at wherever...
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    SD-1 Refugees #3

    I'm no 5x5 (who knows stuff), but I think your sentence should be worded differently, mel. As is, I'm not sure what it means. If "it" can't support Michael and Kevin's weight at the same time, I'd say unable to support Michael and Kevin Fisher's combined weight. If it can't support either of...
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    SD-1 Refugees #3

    I know! I will occasionally tell Mr. Waterlily someone's age, and he invariably says, "Really? I thought she was older than that." Which is sad, because these women are putting a lot of time and money into being tan and fake-blonde.
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    SD-1 Refugees #3

    If I sound like I'm rambling on as a way to avoid getting in a few necessary chores...well...I am. But now I must stop avoiding them. :hi:
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