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Dec 03, 2009 21:38 |  #4231

Not recess or lunch? Those were my strong ones.


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Dec 03, 2009 21:40 as a reply to  @ post 9131400 |  #4232

Becky N wrote in post #9131372 (external link)
That is going to look real nice.

Thanks Becky....I hope it will too ;)

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I've managed to get my SIL addicted to canvas gallery wraps. :lol:

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I've always wanted to order one to hang, but the wife doesn't want to spend too much and supposedly no photo fits in the room (color/theme stuff :rolleyes:)....and the funny thing is that we need large framed photos/paintings for the large bare walls. They are either tall ceilings or wide rooms that if you put one small frame of something, it looks odd.


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Dec 03, 2009 21:41 |  #4233

short5 wrote in post #9131400 (external link)
My best subject in school

Mine was nap time...but when 1st grade came around and nap time was eliminated, I started struggling in school. :rolleyes:


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Dec 03, 2009 21:41 as a reply to  @ FocalPrincess's post |  #4234

my favorite was the "how many kids can we pile into a volkswagon superbeetle and drive to the local donut shoppe during class"


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Dec 03, 2009 21:41 |  #4235

I do some of my best work at lunch.....still.


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Dec 03, 2009 21:42 |  #4236

FocalPrincess wrote in post #9131411 (external link)
Not recess or lunch? Those were my strong ones.

Show and Tell was big for me in elementary school. After that, it was band. Flute players still drive me crazy.


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Dec 03, 2009 21:45 as a reply to  @ eddarr's post |  #4237

3Turner wrote in post #9131283 (external link)
Oooo, I ordered a photo a bit ago....it's going to be printed on metal like in this LINK (external link) at smuggy.

And it's going to be this photo in 16x16
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Beautiful shot, Bobert!

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That is really a very impressive collaboration, Lisa. You did the heavy lifting, so you should have the cover. BTW, what's that pink blanket K's holding in his mouth?

This, too, is impressive. Where do you get those gi-normous rubber bands?

We get giant roaches occasionally, and Lois beats them to death with a toilet plunger, then calls me in to clean up the carnage. The roaches are scary looking things that come in through the sewer. They're too slow to evade the plunger. Thankfully, they're not as prolific as German Roaches, and are usually just looking for water. They average almost 1 3/4" long, so they're pretty impressive-looking until you realize they're not a big problem. Their most common point of entry is the vent on the bathtub. Unfortunately for them, they' can't get out of the tub since they aren't very good climbers, and the tub walls are just too steep and slippery for them to get any traction.

The few that make it out of the tub end up as stripes on the bathroom floor. That's a little harder to clean up.

Bet you're all glad you read this. :rolleyes: :shock: :wink:

The bold print^^^^ had me laughing HARD!!!!! The mental image is just to much.:lol:

Permagrin wrote in post #9131429 (external link)
my favorite was the "how many kids can we pile into a volkswagon superbeetle and drive to the local donut shoppe during class"

That was sooo me!!!!!


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Dec 03, 2009 21:45 |  #4238

Belmondo wrote in post #9131437 (external link)
Show and Tell was big for me in elementary school. After that, it was band. Flute players still drive me crazy.

Ohhhhh I was a flute player. Passed it on to daughter!:D


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Dec 03, 2009 21:46 |  #4239

Drive you crazy how, Chief?! :lol:


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Dec 03, 2009 21:47 as a reply to  @ CrazieCricket's post |  #4240

Belmondo wrote in post #9131437 (external link)
Show and Tell was big for me in elementary school. After that, it was band. Flute players still drive me crazy.

for me it was drummers...they were always bad.....

CrazieCricket wrote in post #9131446 (external link)
That was sooo me!!!!!

LOL!! Maybe it was an Oregon thing? :lol:


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Dec 03, 2009 21:48 |  #4241

Bobert are you guys still contemplating selling your house?


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Dec 03, 2009 21:50 |  #4242

Are you moving to Vegas, are you, huh.


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Dec 03, 2009 21:52 |  #4243

FocalPrincess wrote in post #9131453 (external link)
Drive you crazy how, Chief?! :lol:

My first girlfriend was a flautist. The back row in the band bus was a place of higher education.

Beyond that, my lips are sealed.


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Dec 03, 2009 21:55 as a reply to  @ eddarr's post |  #4244

3Turner wrote in post #9131428 (external link)
Mine was nap time...but when 1st grade came around and nap time was eliminated, I started struggling in school. :rolleyes:

So feel you on that

Permagrin wrote in post #9131429 (external link)
my favorite was the "how many kids can we pile into a volkswagon superbeetle and drive to the local donut shoppe during class"

Dood skool(sic) in Oregon sound groovy :D


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Dec 03, 2009 21:59 |  #4245

It is funny, driving is such a rite of passage for High School students. who is driving to school, who has a car etc. I went to HS in NYC and no one (except one kid I remember) had a car or even talked much about getting their license, it just isn't the same. Even tho I lived in NJ it was an experience I didn't share much with my friends at school.


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