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Wow! Those are such adorable little kitty cats in the picture.

Andre, I've no bolly chilled, but I lift my chardonnay glass to toast you and LIFE! I'll leave all the hocolate for you to enjoy. Thank you for your TFTD's. Librans bring balance to the site, so weigh in often. Cheers!
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duh--like there is going to be anything else under recipes on the parents page--lets consider--sauteed baby fingers? toasted toes? cream of baby brain?
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Thanks for your suggestion Outed, but the discussion will be on the Parent's page, under recipes as announced. If Gath has a problem with that , I'm sure he will let us know!
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3:20 - a few days off have taken their toll on my sudoku solving abilities... a slow time today!
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Hi, Barb. Lovely day in Bendigo today!
Ate a sardine sandwich for lunch, then turned on the computer to find multiple comments about turkey, pumpkin pie, chocolate, cheesecake. Cruel!!! Hope all who celebrated Thanksgiving Day had a happy time. Anyway, I like sardine sandwiches.
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I love ME
I think I'm GRAND
I LOVE to sit
and hold my hand.
MY photograph is
on the shelf
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Dedicated to all those who love
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Hey, Matt if you want an easy puzzle, just do one cube. That should be easy enough.
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Judy, I did not even realize people ate sardine sandwiches. 'probably much healthier than the Starbucks toffee nut latte, chicken, pumpkin pie, egg rolls, won ton soup, shrimp with snow peas and other ''beverages'' I've consumed today. You are probably gorgeous, and admittedly, I'm a blob, willing to sacrifice external beauty for gluttony... and it's not even Thanksgiving at bwi.
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still luvs ya 2 narcy y doncha giv me a call
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bert, you won't be doing too much giving thanks if you keep that diet up.Cholesterol levels, blood pressure, glucose levels are what?You sound like a walking stroke/heart attack waiting to happen.
Diabetes is not a fun condition either.Don't take this as a personal attack, take it in the true spirit in which it is being offered.
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I don't think Gath is, (pardon the pun), outlandish enough to upset the mostly American contingent taking part in the book discussion.
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Thank you, concerned. I receive it as such. After the seafood festival at the vineyard this weekend, it will be time for a 10-day fast to detox. Are you familiar with Dr. Stanley Burroughs' Master Cleanse? At least twice a year, I grab the Grade B syrup, lemons and cayenne to exorcise my food demons and get back on track.
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No I'm not familiar with this cleanse and to be frank I don't approve of these 'cleanses' nor indeed do most of the medical profession, excepting of course those who are making money out of them!! The seafood festival sounds fun, yummy and healthy as long as it is not cooked in 'bad' oils or More...
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To-morrow, and to-morrow, and to-morrow,
Creeps in this petty pace from maen to maen.
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I don't think you're being preachy, concerned. A few years ago, my cousin, who is a physician at the Cleveland Clinic, introduced me to the Master Cleanse. Since she didn't die doing it, I tried it with her once, and we do it like clock work now. In light of this exchange, I will avoid fried fish and hush puppies at the seafood festival. But the wine WILL flow freely.
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How do you downsize photos so that it is still 300x300 pixels or above yet under 50kb? I am trying to downsize my photos to enter them on the site.
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Why is betadine like Al-Qaeda?

They are both antiseptic solutions.
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hal are you from tasmania or NZ?
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Why do you want to know?
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Hal, because he's curious - tee hee!
Good mAen all.
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bert: gorgeous - moi - I don't think so!! And I can indulge with the best of them. But I still like sardine sandwiches. I always choose either the Canadian or the Scottish ones. Drain off the oil and mash them, with a dash of white vinegar, in a bowl with a fork. Yummy on toast too, but no-one else likes the smell of them, so they're best eaten when alone or in the company of other sardine lovers.
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Judy, have you tried adding a few slices of fresh tomato to the sardines. Delicious! I' too' have a weakness for sardine sandwiches.
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I wear wellies and have scarred shins. Does that answer your question.
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Judy/Vicky a little grated or finely chopped onion in the mix is nice too!
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Everyday, a male co-worker walks up very close to a lady standing at the coffee machine, inhales a big breath of air and tells her that her hair smells nice.

After a week of this, she can't stand it anymore and takes her complaint to a supervisor in the personnel department and states that More...
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hal - I bet you own a pair of velcro gloves too!!!
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No, it doesn't.
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Hugh, thanks. I'll try that.
I suppose I'm being a complete idiot, but will someone please tell me how you get onto the Recipe page without actually submitting one?
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Try unchecking all the other boxes and press show comments.
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Jamie~ About my name, no, this is the original name...but, at any moment, I could change it:)

Hugh that was a funny one...
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No Hugh, I just stick velcro to my forehead. Does the same job and I get to whisper sweet nothings in their ears. They love it.
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That's nice of you to help Judy out.
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Yes, Baz, I was up bright and early this morning and I will be again tomorrow as I start work at 7-30am. The picture was of a T-Shirt with Normanton written on it.
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oh ho ho ho aren't hal (?baz) & hugh just soooooo funny with the sheep jokes, done to bloody death I would say.
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Just before the funeral services, the undertaker came up to the very elderly widow and asked
'How old was your husband?' '98,' she replied.

'Two years older than me' So you're 98,' the undertaker commented

she responded, hardly worth going home is it?
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Her husband was 98. He was two years older than her. How can she be 98?
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Sorry Jay..I'm just being picky!!!
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I've just been looking through the picture gallery and was wondering who owned the most gorgeous border collie puppy named Meggs. Her picture was shown on 'tough' on 4th June, 2006. She is absolutely beautiful!!!!
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