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Glasses often come in pairs. One glass is usually called a monocle, whilst two are referred to as spectacles - be careful saying that word when you have had more than two glasses. I agree that at such times 'excel' becomes 'eggshell', and 'exaggerations' becomes 'eggs-age-asians'
I have More...
23/Jun/11 11:42 AM
My rambling mind arises from the fact that, although I am arisen, I am still half asleep, because it is the middle of the night and I am an insomniac.
23/Jun/11 11:44 AM
Sorry you can't sleep, Rayray.
23/Jun/11 11:53 AM
Your overworked brain cells obviously can't switch off.
23/Jun/11 11:53 AM
Here I sit dressed in my uniform.....
23/Jun/11 11:54 AM
...but a comment from the boss ("can you fix that when you come to work on Friday") led me to ring and check whether I was working today as per the roster I had written in my diary.....
23/Jun/11 11:55 AM
....and I'm not. Darn, now I have no excuses not to do household chores!
23/Jun/11 11:56 AM
Jim, I love that joke, thanks for the giggle. You are unfortunately right about the appliances. Even if you're handy these days and can fix things, the parts are all cheap plastic and worthless. I know several people who scrounge junkyards and garage sales just collecting parts from older appliances.
23/Jun/11 12:02 PM
No swearing allowed CP! Rayray, from one insomniac to another here's a little something to help you sleep
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aw9B49epS_M&feature=related
23/Jun/11 12:05 PM
I'm handy. I live just down the street from the repair shop.
23/Jun/11 12:14 PM
Good maEn. The wobble box on the combine header started to go out this evening, so I only got a third of the third field cut. (In English...the part that runs the sycle/cutter on the front part of combine). Second injection of Synvisc today. The worst part is the numbing before the injection.
23/Jun/11 12:17 PM
Haven't been here for ages, just thought I'd check in & report we are off to Hawaii tomorrow for 9 days, if the ash cloud troubling some flights leaving from Oz at present doesn't appear over air space from Melbourne again.
23/Jun/11 12:19 PM
Morgan. Please be kind to your mother today! And learn to sit on the potty...and do something!
23/Jun/11 12:20 PM
Ready Sarah Beth'e comment made me realize my hay people did not come today. There are people coming this weekend and I love the look and smell of a freshly cut hay and if they bail it and leave the bails thoughout the field is a peaceful look to me.
23/Jun/11 1:07 PM
Sorry to mislead you, but today is not Thing II's birthday. The process just started on this date at 10:19 PM, two years ago. No, this was a really fast, long night for me then. And sadist people would not give me anything allllll night long. Not even ice chips.
23/Jun/11 1:11 PM
Thanks for the birthday messages and encouragement to use the right facilities.
23/Jun/11 1:12 PM
Oh, Karen, like my son#1, a two day adventure?
23/Jun/11 1:44 PM
Yeah.
Adventure.
Right.
23/Jun/11 1:46 PM
I am absolutely taking Little Plum to the pediatrician tomorrow morning if I can get enough sleep between now and then that it's safe to drive. She's dozing on the couch and moaning. I tried to sleep near her so I could get up and give her medication in the middle of the night but gave up trying More...
23/Jun/11 1:59 PM
Too bad I did the EMHT puzzles already. Don't feel creative enough to do Fiona's puzzle. Or even to find it again. Guess I'll go over to kenken.com since the time change is in 15 seconds.
23/Jun/11 2:00 PM


Irish Mirror

After living in the remote countryside of Ireland all his life, an old Irishman decided it was time to visit Dublin ....

In one of the stores he picks up a mirror and looks in it.

Not ever having seen one before, he remarked at the image More...
23/Jun/11 2:15 PM
I take out insurance cover ('extended warranties') for major domestic appliances. That covers the the cost of any required repair or replacement. I feel this is expedient, because although it may make little difference to long-terms costs, it does moderate the onus of frustration and inconvenience when appliances break down.
23/Jun/11 2:58 PM
That is a great Irish Joke, Peter
23/Jun/11 2:59 PM
I should have gone to bed two hours ago. Goodnight, all.
23/Jun/11 3:04 PM
Good night people of the world.
23/Jun/11 3:32 PM
It's okay, Shannon.
23/Jun/11 4:48 PM
No more swearing.
23/Jun/11 4:48 PM
After I visited the podiatrist, I found that there were many errands I had to do.
23/Jun/11 4:49 PM
So, I only got home a little while ago.
23/Jun/11 4:49 PM
And now it's nearly time to get dinner, so, unfortunately, I won't be able to do any other tasks this evening!
23/Jun/11 4:50 PM
I get really angry at the extended warranty scam - extended warranties are a rip-off invented by companies in order to make you part with more cash than you intended - they are not worth it, very rarely needed, you're probably already covered by your credit card company for your purchase, and all More...
23/Jun/11 5:22 PM
My sons' girl friend decided to defrost my freezer. I let her thinking that the freezer I bought in 1978 would have to be replaced after she banged away on it, but it's a month later and it still works. Sears use to make good ones.
23/Jun/11 5:27 PM
2:03 good afternoon one and all!
No Phantom, I couldn't make it under the 2min mark because I have been on my feet for the past 8 hrs and I'm buggered!
23/Jun/11 5:45 PM
and then my daughter and grandsons turned up and haven't long left.
23/Jun/11 8:22 PM
Hi Ho And here we go. Mind you there Peter appears to have raised the bar a wee bit.
23/Jun/11 8:39 PM
"When you need to knock on wood is when you realize the world's composed of aluminum and vinyl." [Flugg]

"If you ask your husband to pick up five items at the store and then add one more as an afterthought, he'll forget two of the first five." [Wives]

"Keep More...
23/Jun/11 8:39 PM
BRIGHT SIGNS!

How many members of your sign does it take to change a light bulb?


ARIES: Just one. You want to make something of it?

TAURUS: One, but just try to convince them that the burned-out bulb is useless and should be thrown away.

GEMINI: Two, but the job More...
23/Jun/11 8:40 PM
Quotes About New York City:

I love New York City; I've got a gun. - Charles Barkley

New York ... is a city of geometric heights, a petrified desert of grids and lattices, an inferno of greenish abstraction under a flat sky, a real Metropolis from which man is absent by his very More...
23/Jun/11 8:41 PM
Top 10 Lies Told by Grad Students

The Top Ten Lies Told By Graduate Students

10. It doesn't bother me at all that my college roommate is making $80,000 a year on Wall Street.

9. I'd be delighted to proofread your book/article/chapter.

8. My work has a lot of More...
23/Jun/11 8:42 PM
Peter I loved the Irish one. An oldie but a goodie.
23/Jun/11 8:43 PM
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