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Re: Garden Club Meeting - April 2014


sailor_mercury wrote:

azguy13 wrote:

sailor_mercury wrote:

myjourney wrote:

azguy13 wrote:

Sailor! I didnt notice that you had broken 2,000 posts. Congrats!


Congrats to Sailor and azguy will hit 4k any minute congrats as well

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Thanks.. I don't know if I should be happy or embarassed... LOL

 

Congrats AZ!!!!


If you should be embarassed then I should be humiliated, lol.

 

Thanks for the congrats! Any luck getting the puppy to eat his meds?


Nope... But he's acting fine..  So I don't need to worry about the pain med.  I do wish I could get him to take the anti inflammatory. 


Thats good. I am sure you will find a way to get him to take the anti inflammatory

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Re: Garden Club Meeting - April 2014

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WillTeasle wrote:

sailor_mercury wrote:

azguy13 wrote:

sailor_mercury wrote:

Crisis wrote:

sailor_mercury wrote:

Tin is EARLY! Smiley Happy


Yes, and we were in the middle of other conversations!


LOL!!!!

 

Well let's start this one off on a GOOD note Smiley Happy 

 

 

 

 

 

(even if he deserves a flip-flop upside the head Smiley Wink  )


You said flip flop... isnt too hard to guess what are of the country you live in, lol. (most of us know)

 

If cold would have said that then it would be a boot upside the head


Well I was thinking of the Japanese wooden kind but left it open to interpretation. 


Think I'd still take that over a boot.

 

But who throws a shoe?  Honestly!


I'm not throwing it... It will stay in my hand..  It's enough to leave a mark...

 

(Fully disclosure.. I've never actually hit anyone in my life..  Wanted to sure... But would never do it)

 

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Re: Garden Club Meeting - April 2014


WillTeasle wrote:

sailor_mercury wrote:

azguy13 wrote:

sailor_mercury wrote:

Crisis wrote:

sailor_mercury wrote:

Tin is EARLY! Smiley Happy


Yes, and we were in the middle of other conversations!


LOL!!!!

 

Well let's start this one off on a GOOD note Smiley Happy 

 

 

 

 

 

(even if he deserves a flip-flop upside the head Smiley Wink  )


You said flip flop... isnt too hard to guess what are of the country you live in, lol. (most of us know)

 

If cold would have said that then it would be a boot upside the head


Well I was thinking of the Japanese wooden kind but left it open to interpretation. 


Think I'd still take that over a boot.

 

But who throws a shoe?  Honestly!


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Re: Garden Club Meeting - April 2014


azguy13 wrote:

WillTeasle wrote:

sailor_mercury wrote:

azguy13 wrote:

sailor_mercury wrote:

Crisis wrote:

sailor_mercury wrote:

Tin is EARLY! Smiley Happy


Yes, and we were in the middle of other conversations!


LOL!!!!

 

Well let's start this one off on a GOOD note Smiley Happy 

 

 

 

 

 

(even if he deserves a flip-flop upside the head Smiley Wink  )


You said flip flop... isnt too hard to guess what are of the country you live in, lol. (most of us know)

 

If cold would have said that then it would be a boot upside the head


Well I was thinking of the Japanese wooden kind but left it open to interpretation. 


Think I'd still take that over a boot.

 

But who throws a shoe?  Honestly!


motivationposter.thumbnail.jpg


Lol.  Thanks for backing me up.

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Re: Garden Club Meeting - April 2014


WillTeasle wrote:

azguy13 wrote:

WillTeasle wrote:

sailor_mercury wrote:

azguy13 wrote:

sailor_mercury wrote:

Crisis wrote:

sailor_mercury wrote:

Tin is EARLY! Smiley Happy


Yes, and we were in the middle of other conversations!


LOL!!!!

 

Well let's start this one off on a GOOD note Smiley Happy 

 

 

 

 

 

(even if he deserves a flip-flop upside the head Smiley Wink  )


You said flip flop... isnt too hard to guess what are of the country you live in, lol. (most of us know)

 

If cold would have said that then it would be a boot upside the head


Well I was thinking of the Japanese wooden kind but left it open to interpretation. 


Think I'd still take that over a boot.

 

But who throws a shoe?  Honestly!


motivationposter.thumbnail.jpg


Lol.  Thanks for backing me up.


No problem buddy. That movie was on just the other day lol

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Re: Garden Club Meeting - April 2014


azguy13 wrote:

sailor_mercury wrote:

Crisis wrote:

sailor_mercury wrote:

Tin is EARLY! Smiley Happy


Yes, and we were in the middle of other conversations!


LOL!!!!

 

Well let's start this one off on a GOOD note Smiley Happy 

 

 

 

 

 

(even if he deserves a flip-flop upside the head Smiley Wink  )


You said flip flop... isnt too hard to guess what are of the country you live in, lol. (most of us know)

 

If cold would have said that then it would be a boot upside the head


BOOT to the head!  Na na!  Boot to the head! 

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Re: Garden Club Meeting - April 2014


Wade64 wrote:

myjourney wrote:

Wade64 wrote:

azguy13 wrote:

myjourney wrote:

I'm in and garden strong for April


I was wondering why I couldnt reply in the March thread, lol


same here i even log out and back on


Ha ha ha 


I said to myself what in the world have i hit to mess up , why i can't post and read only Smiley Sad


I think to myself... what a wonderful world

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Re: Garden Club Meeting - April 2014

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Re: Garden Club Meeting - April 2014


Crisis wrote:

azguy13 wrote:

sailor_mercury wrote:

Crisis wrote:

sailor_mercury wrote:

Tin is EARLY! Smiley Happy


Yes, and we were in the middle of other conversations!


LOL!!!!

 

Well let's start this one off on a GOOD note Smiley Happy 

 

 

 

 

 

(even if he deserves a flip-flop upside the head Smiley Wink  )


You said flip flop... isnt too hard to guess what are of the country you live in, lol. (most of us know)

 

If cold would have said that then it would be a boot upside the head


BOOT to the head!  Na na!  Boot to the head! 


Why had I not seen that until now?

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Re: Garden Club Meeting - April 2014


Wade64 wrote:

myjourney wrote:

Wade64 wrote:

myjourney wrote:

Wade64 wrote:

azguy13 wrote:

myjourney wrote:

I'm in and garden strong for April


I was wondering why I couldnt reply in the March thread, lol


same here i even log out and back on


Ha ha ha 


I said to myself what in the world have i hit to mess up , why i can't post and read only Smiley Sad


I saw it popup Lol


I was getting chewed out by the women,  on a comment i made :smileyfrustrated:


and I was chewing him out about a comment he made :s

In the garden until debt is paid off and scores are up!

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