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G'day mates. Here's today's daffynition:
fairy — not cloudy
And here's today's factoid:
France's last execution via guillotine was in 1977.
13/May/14 12:00 AM
Good Maen
13/May/14 12:00 AM
A Thought For The Day:

Good health is merely the slowest possible rate at which one can die.

CP - I hope that makes up for my half finished TFTD that you pointed out yesterday.
13/May/14 12:00 AM
13/May/14 12:01 AM
Good morning to all! I'll be back later to do the puzzles.
13/May/14 12:17 AM
But for now, answers to the ‘All Mother’s Are Great Cooks’ puzzle, and a good Mother’s Day response.

1. cutter and utter
2. creeds and reeds
3. down and own (up)
4. Loren (Singer) and Oren (France)
5. thorny (devil) and horny
6. Blake (Edwards) and lake
7. olive and More...
13/May/14 12:17 AM
Maen what a beautiful day here in Pugetopolis.
13/May/14 12:57 AM

Cute little kitten.

Hi shosho.
13/May/14 1:17 AM

Several contestants were in a chocolate-bunny-eating contest. After the contestants stuffed their faces for 20 minutes, all of the bunnies were eaten. One of the contestants remarked, “Isn't it interesting that there were seven times as More...
13/May/14 1:19 AM
Ack! Missed my favorite number by one! Oh well, Serena, I'll share my luck with you!!! Here's flying your way!!!
13/May/14 1:43 AM
I'll make a comment. What an adorable little ginger kitten
13/May/14 2:16 AM
Happy Monday with 33 mins before !
13/May/14 4:38 AM
13/May/14 5:07 AM

I may not get here tomorrow unless I suddenly become super organized. We are leaving very early Wednesday for our trip to Wales and Ireland.
So I'll wish Shosho now. Have a wonderful More...
13/May/14 6:04 AM
Everybody. I don't think I've ever posted in the Top 20. Site is super slow today after good action for the weekend.
13/May/14 6:35 AM
Shosho - Here's wishing you a Happy Birthday on the first of your two-day Sudoku birthday. I hope your family treats you like a queen. Splurge and have some cake!
13/May/14 6:37 AM
Shosho! Another year of refining your skills and getting wiser! You're an amazing human being. Hope you have a wonderful day!
Flowers and some Tim Tams to celebrate! I'll have to work on some bubbles! xxx
13/May/14 6:37 AM
Kayo - 1977! You are kidding. That's barbaric! Imagine cleaning up later.
13/May/14 6:39 AM
Wake up world and have a wonderful day! Catch you later.
13/May/14 6:40 AM
Morning all,we had a cat that colour many years ago or Mum and Dad did, needless to say that it's name was Ginger.lol
13/May/14 6:46 AM
1:45. Good morning everyone.
13/May/14 6:46 AM
Shosho, I'd forgotten you share a birthday with my eldest son. He turns 17 today, so he can legally get his driving licence now (although he's not quite ready for it) - scary!
13/May/14 6:49 AM
Good morning.
13/May/14 6:50 AM
Hi Chris.
13/May/14 6:51 AM
Bit nippy here this morning.
13/May/14 6:52 AM
Shosho, enjoy your two day celebration doing what you love best.
13/May/14 6:52 AM
The house cooled right down and I woke up cold at one stage.
13/May/14 6:53 AM
I had to turn my electric blamket on again.
13/May/14 6:55 AM
Happy start to your two day celebration, shosho.
13/May/14 7:08 AM
Mariane, I was not kidding about the date. All me factoids are accurate to the best of my knowledge.
And yes, it is barbaric, but, sadly, is still practised in some parts of this wonderful world of ours.
13/May/14 7:08 AM
Mariane, see fact #6 here: http://www.express.co.uk/fun/top10facts/466865/Top-10-facts-about-the-Guillotine

I would guess that it's more than most care to know, but .....
13/May/14 7:12 AM
'.... all me factoids...'? Good grief, it must be Talk Like A Pirate Day! Aarrgghh!
13/May/14 7:14 AM
Finally back, so and it's like I was never away time-wise. What a slow day!
13/May/14 7:29 AM
I was on the phone long distance with my daughter when I started to write the above post. It's nice to see that things picked up a bit while I was gone. By the way, I'd adopt the kitten shown today.
13/May/14 7:33 AM
Kayo, I've never doubted that your factoids were accurate, although some of them have been hard to swallow... especially headless!
13/May/14 7:35 AM
My last cat was very similar colouring to today's kitten. He used to torment the living daylights out of our dog who displayed great tolerance towards his small tormentor. He used to bite Toby's back legs until the dog would very slowly and gently sit down on the kitten who would quickly scramble More...
13/May/14 8:24 AM
In the small town of Halifax, Yorkshire, where I was born, there was a guillotine known as the Gibbet where petty criminals were beheaded until the mid 17th century. They were beheaded for stealing something to the value of thirteen and a half pence. My first thought on reading Kayo's factoid was similar to Mariane's, fancy cleaning up afterwards, yuck!
13/May/14 8:32 AM
Well Meads, nothing to lose your head over.
13/May/14 9:11 AM
Spell-check did it again.
13/May/14 9:13 AM
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