Oh Deb that's sooooo funny! And I LOVE Sergio Leone films too :)How am I going to top that tomorrow?
vp, I am sure you will think of something. Is the fish starting to smell yet?
So _that's_ where all my lost socks are! Nevermind, you can have 'em. Your reward for a great spaghetti fight. Add the fish, and it's an all-out food fight.--Kate
Clever and Very, very funny:)KarenAn Artist's Garden
LOL! You're too funny girl.
Kate, I'm keepin those socks. You will have to pry them from my cold dead hands. Hi cinj. Thanks.
So THAT's where they come from--trees! I should have known. Ever since I read "Ferdinand the Bull" as a child and grew up thinking corks grew on trees like, say, apples, only to find out otherwise, to my great humiliation, while getting a masters in horticulture, I have eyed trees (and book illustrators)with a certain amount of suspicion. Just think of all those trees that produce a bumper crop of toilet paper immediately after Halloween! And now socks. Not to mention the famous shoe trees. Where will it end?!!
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Hi karen, you comment slipped in. thanksofb, hahahaha. Sorry, but that cork thing is very funny. I thought fire ants bit, and was corrected in an entomology class. The hang on with their pinchers and then sting with their bohiny.
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