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    checking the 'reset' box swachski's Avatar
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    Livingston, I presume..
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    Quote Originally Posted by slcboston View Post
    Your knowledge of furry four legged creatures that are either rodents or weasels is quite astounding.
    It's always good to know what's trying to get in the chicken coop, so one can keep them out.

    And, I know a little bit about furry four legged creatures too.

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    Better than my wet box in the middle of the street.
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    Wow...that certainly is a very large flute.
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    Huh? What? Where am I?
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    Quote Originally Posted by swachski View Post
    Livingston, I presume..
    Don't think this one was a doctor, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KellyAssauer View Post
    It's always good to know what's trying to get in the chicken coop, so one can keep them out.

    And, I know a little bit about furry four legged creatures too.


    Yes, but why is it wearing a kilt?
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    “But I don’t want to go among mad people," Alice remarked.
    "Oh, you can’t help that," said the Cat. "We’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad."
    "How do you know I’m mad?" said Alice.
    "You must be," said the Cat, "or you wouldn’t have come here.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by slcboston View Post
    Yes, but why is it wearing a kilt?
    The toga's in the laundry.
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    Better than my wet box in the middle of the street.
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    Wow...that certainly is a very large flute.
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    Huh? What? Where am I?
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    For Kelly, and others seeking soft asylum.
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    That...



    is pretty much the explanation I should have expected, isn't it?
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    “But I don’t want to go among mad people," Alice remarked.
    "Oh, you can’t help that," said the Cat. "We’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad."
    "How do you know I’m mad?" said Alice.
    "You must be," said the Cat, "or you wouldn’t have come here.”

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    Was either that or: it matched my shoes.
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    Better than my wet box in the middle of the street.
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    Wow...that certainly is a very large flute.
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    Huh? What? Where am I?
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    For Kelly, and others seeking soft asylum.
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    Tears are peanut & helplessness.

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    I honestly didn't notice the shoes until after you brought up the toga.


    The sporran kind of draws the eyes.
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    “But I don’t want to go among mad people," Alice remarked.
    "Oh, you can’t help that," said the Cat. "We’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad."
    "How do you know I’m mad?" said Alice.
    "You must be," said the Cat, "or you wouldn’t have come here.”

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    you're confusing PD
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    The reason I spend so much time out of the box is that somebody crapped in it - Porter Starr Byrd
    Yield to temptation, it may never come again - unknown
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    Maybe that's why PD hasn't been around in a while. She and that donkey got confused and are wandering around looking for her toga..

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    ...or something..
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    Prolly explains PD's and Cella's....
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    Better than my wet box in the middle of the street.
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    Wow...that certainly is a very large flute.
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    Huh? What? Where am I?
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    For Kelly, and others seeking soft asylum.
    "It is only the large subjects and the big, sweeping themes that make cheap sentences possible." -Cleo Birdwell

    Tears are peanut & helplessness.

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    well, Cella turned into a real mother
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    The reason I spend so much time out of the box is that somebody crapped in it - Porter Starr Byrd
    Yield to temptation, it may never come again - unknown
    some people have a hard time keeping up with the vanguard ... of course most of those are called survivors - PSB

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    Quote Originally Posted by KellyAssauer View Post
    Was either that or: it matched my shoes.
    Quite the statement look, Kels. Very chic. But needs more glitter.
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    Kelly needs a hat, I think. A pilgrim hat. Can't be festive around Thanksgiving without a pilgrim hat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin Nokov View Post
    Can't be festive around Thanksgiving without a pilgrim hat.
    I'm always festive around Thanksgiving
    wearing my Cherokee Tear Dress and beaded hair.
    It's the very best time of the year to run around yelling
    "Get the hell of my lawn!"
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    Better than my wet box in the middle of the street.
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    Wow...that certainly is a very large flute.
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    Huh? What? Where am I?
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    For Kelly, and others seeking soft asylum.
    "It is only the large subjects and the big, sweeping themes that make cheap sentences possible." -Cleo Birdwell

    Tears are peanut & helplessness.

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    Gah! You had to say Cher okee. Sorry couldn't help meself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiddlywinks View Post
    Quite the statement look, Kels. Very chic. But needs more glitter.
    Glitter is the cowbell to Tiddly's world.

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    Okay Cabbies, time to vote on the Flash Fiction Prompt.

    You can reppie or PM me your vote. Please don't post it in thread. The prompt isn't supposed to be known in advance.

    1) Zombie pirates at Band Camp

    2) The daily adventure of the Starship's lunchlady.

    3) A marmot named Moose

    4) Was that a pink donkey driving that Cadillac?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TedTheewen View Post
    Glitter is the cowbell to Tiddly's world.
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    Reg - Can we mix and match?

    Zombie marmot driving a pink Caddy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NathanBrazil View Post
    Reg - Can we mix and match?

    Zombie marmot driving a pink Caddy.
    Driving zombie marmots to band camp.
    Stopped for a pink lunch at Starship Moose.
    Where we voted for more glitter donkeys,
    and rang the cowbell.
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    Better than my wet box in the middle of the street.
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    Huh? What? Where am I?
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    For Kelly, and others seeking soft asylum.
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    Tears are peanut & helplessness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NathanBrazil View Post
    Reg - Can we mix and match?

    Zombie marmot driving a pink Caddy.

    No, but by the looks of it, you may want to buy Kells a cup of coffee or something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KellyAssauer View Post
    Driving zombie marmots to band camp.
    Stopped for a pink lunch at Starship Moose.
    Where we voted for more glitter donkeys,
    and rang the cowbell.
    You just described my worst nightmare.
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    There is still time left for those of you who haven't voted. Reppie your choice to me before 12:00 Eastern time

    Quote Originally Posted by regdog View Post
    Okay Cabbies, time to vote on the Flash Fiction Prompt.

    You can reppie or PM me your vote. Please don't post it in thread. The prompt isn't supposed to be known in advance.

    1) Zombie pirates at Band Camp

    2) The daily adventure of the Starship's lunchlady.

    3) A marmot named Moose

    4) Was that a pink donkey driving that Cadillac?

    Please vote today.
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    I don't know, reg. I think that list needs more cowbell..
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