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Old 10-24-09, 10:01 PM   #6501
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But Jeff, how many sterling silver serving sets do you have? The kind that come in the nice white box lined with satin and tied with a dove-gray ribbon?

As you can tell, I watch "Wedding gifts for the straight guy", as sponsored by the California Raisin Board.
You got me. I do not have one single sterling silver serving set in a nice white box lined with satin and tied with a dove-gray ribbon.

What happens if you untie the ribbon?
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didn't have my 'shoes on, but demonstrating the big snowfalls that happened in my old neighbourhood. So much snow piled up/was compacted on the roads that you couldn't get in or out of my street without a 4 X 4 and sometimes not even then.
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You got me. I do not have one single sterling silver serving set in a nice white box lined with satin and tied with a dove-gray ribbon.

What happens if you untie the ribbon?
I think Fertility Girl instantly becomes pregnant. After four children, the skids have been greased, so to speak.
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Evening fellow DLs. I'm beginning to dislike spring. particularly on long weekends. Fine days and no-one to share them with is not making me happy. Oh the damn strong winds don't help either.

It's an interesting show in here. Jeff and his two girls is definitely riveting reading.
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I think Fertility Girl instantly becomes pregnant. After four children, the skids have been greased, so to speak.
OK, that is seriously un-funny. I'll have nightmares all night, and I'm going on a date tomorrow, and I'll be deathly afraid to go anywhere near her. Aren't going to be any ribbons untied until I stand in front of the microwave for a good long time
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OK, that is seriously un-funny. I'll have nightmares all night, and I'm going on a date tomorrow, and I'll be deathly afraid to go anywhere near her. Aren't going to be any ribbons untied until I stand in front of the microwave for a good long time
you're doing it wrong. You've got to convince Fertility Girl to stand in front of the microwave for a good long time.
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you're doing it wrong. You've got to convince Fertility Girl to stand in front of the microwave for a good long time.

Plus eleventy-billion. But you have to be subtle in thinking up a plausible excuse in having her stand in front of the microwave with the door open for a good 45 minutes or so. Tell her she has a magic popcorn bag in her tummy.

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Not one single comment about my photos. I can't even get dateless nerds on a cycling forum to hit on me. I fail.

*puts plastic bag over head, inhales deeply
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Not one single comment about my photos. I can't even get dateless nerds on a cycling forum to hit on me. I fail.

*puts plastic bag over head, inhales deeply
Now, now. You will recall many pages back when you were soliciting fashion advice for your ride with Mr. Wrench, I said, and I quote: "I'd hit it", referring to you.

Besides, in keeping with the whole theme here, I would skip the plastic bag and try the microwave. But you won't have to, because someone did hit on you, so to speak.
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You don't count. You're attached.
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Not one single comment about my photos. I can't even get dateless nerds on a cycling forum to hit on me. I fail.

*puts plastic bag over head, inhales deeply
OoooOo! Plastic bags = resuscitation! Pucker up!
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Plus eleventy-billion. But you have to be subtle in thinking up a plausible excuse in having her stand in front of the microwave with the door open for a good 45 minutes or so. Tell her she has a magic popcorn bag in her tummy.
PERFECT!! She loves popcorn
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OoooOo! Plastic bags = resuscitation! Pucker up!

So THAT'S the trick then,
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Not one single comment about my photos. I can't even get dateless nerds on a cycling forum to hit on me. I fail.

*puts plastic bag over head, inhales deeply
I was going to say something, but I figured since it looks like you and DJ are kind of, you know, dancing around in circles, the rest of us should just see if he screws it up
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Data, would you please hit on Luddite for us? Tell her she has firm perky whatever.
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Old 10-24-09, 10:43 PM   #6517
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The frosting is tasty, even for dairy-free. It's setting up overnight in the frig. I'll frost it tomorrow AM. People still have cake for breakfast these days, don't they?


I confess. I could not wait until morning to sample. I cut a small wedge, cut it in half and made a single-serving double-layer slice with frosting. Num!
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I was going to say something, but I figured since it looks like you and DJ are kind of, you know, dancing around in circles, the rest of us should just see if he screws it up
I'm officially embarassed.


But go ahead and drool/slobber whatever.
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Data, would you please hit on Luddite for us? Tell her she has firm perky whatever.
aside from my personality, I don't think any part of me is perky.
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I confess. I could not wait until morning to sample. I cut a small wedge, cut it in half and made a single-serving double-layer slice with frosting. Num!
A piece of carrot cake and a mug of strong black coffee is the Breakfast of Champions (TM).
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aside from my personality, I don't think any part of me is perky.
Not knowing you that well, that is why I said 'whatever' rather than delving into specifics. That will be Data's job.
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Not knowing you that well, that is why I said 'whatever' rather than delving into specifics. That will be Data's job.

You're extremely skilled at making me embarassed. Kudos to you, sir.
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Not one single comment about my photos. I can't even get dateless nerds on a cycling forum to hit on me. I fail.

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The guys didn't know what to make of your photos. You were not wearing a Star Trek uniform or the Princess Lei slave outfit in any of them.
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We have yellow ribbons for supporting troops. Pink ribbons for supporting breast cancer survivors. And now we have gray ribbons for fertility.
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