AZGman


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Buh . . . duh duhduhnt . . . duh duhnt, da duhnt . . .

Two can be as bad as one; it's the loneliest number since the number one . . .





Welcome back, yammerers!

Congrats to Lynnzoi for Last Post!!

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

Lynnzoi


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AZGman wrote:Buh . . . duh duhduhnt . . . duh duhnt, da duhnt . . .

I'm in the mood; The rhythm is right . . .





Welcome back, yammerers!

Congrats to Lynnzoi for Last Post!!



woohoo!

reminds me of that old joke....take 'er easy...........and if she's easy, take 'er again!

AZGman


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Lynnzoi wrote:woohoo!

reminds me of that old joke....take 'er easy...........and if she's easy, take 'er again!



Well, she did offer her honor . . .

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

Lynnzoi


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AZGman wrote:Well, she did offer her honor . . .



and he honored her offer!

AZGman


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Lynnzoi wrote:and he honored her offer!




. . . and all night long . . .



Grumpy 'til the day I die.

Lynnzoi


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AZGman wrote:. . . and all night long . . .



he was on 'er and off 'er!

AZGman


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And now that we've set the tone for this edition of Yammer Time . . .

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

Lynnzoi


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AZGman wrote:And now that we've set the tone for this edition of Yammer Time . . .



Abandon all hope, Ye who enter here!

AZGman


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Lynnzoi wrote:Abandon all hope, Ye who enter here!




My thread is as popular as my hummus-on-a-stick stand was . . .

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

Lynnzoi


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AZGman wrote:My thread is as popular as my hummus-on-a-stick stand was . . .



yeah.....well....the whole place is kinda quiet

hummus-on-a-stick........aka shit-on-a-stick?

AZGman


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Lynnzoi wrote:yeah.....well....the whole place is kinda quiet

hummus-on-a-stick........aka shit-on-a-stick?




Just like that . . . only different.

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

Lynnzoi


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AZGman wrote:Just like that . . . only different.




that yer mantra today?

AZGman


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They're out there . . . my paranoia always knows . . .

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

AZGman


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Lynnzoi wrote:that yer mantra today?




Sorta . . . only not really.

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

Lynnzoi


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AZGman wrote:Sorta . . . only not really.



good

glad we got that settled

Lynnzoi


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AZGman wrote:They're out there . . . my paranoia always knows . . .




just like Santa!!

AZGman


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For R'ing . . .

Buh . . . duh duhduhnt . . . duh duhnt, da duhnt . . .




Have a holly jolly Christmas
It's the best time of the year
Well I don't know if there'll be snow
But have a cup of cheer

Have a holly jolly Christmas
And when you walk down the street
Say hello to friends you know
And everyone you meet

Ho ho the mistletoe
Hung where you can see
Somebody waits for you
Kiss her once for me

Have a holly jolly Christmas
And in case you didn't hear
Oh bygolly have a holly jolly Christmas
This year

Have a holly jolly Christmas
And when you walk down the street
Say hello to friends you know
And everyone you meet

Have a holly jolly Christmas
And in case you didn't hear
Oh bygolly have a holly jolly Christmas
This year


Grumpy 'til the day I die.

Lynnzoi


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that song always reminds me of a story - my bro's neighbors kid tried to off himself by drinking laundry detergent......guess he 'had a cup of Cheer'

Raining


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AZGman wrote:For R'ing . . .

Buh . . . duh duhduhnt . . . duh duhnt, da duhnt . . .




Have a holly jolly Christmas
It's the best time of the year
Well I don't know if there'll be snow
But have a cup of cheer

Have a holly jolly Christmas
And when you walk down the street
Say hello to friends you know
And everyone you meet

Ho ho the mistletoe
Hung where you can see
Somebody waits for you
Kiss her once for me

Have a holly jolly Christmas
And in case you didn't hear
Oh bygolly have a holly jolly Christmas
This year

Have a holly jolly Christmas
And when you walk down the street
Say hello to friends you know
And everyone you meet

Have a holly jolly Christmas
And in case you didn't hear
Oh bygolly have a holly jolly Christmas
This year



Thanks Gman,
Happy Holidays to you, Mrs. G and Boy G
Happy Holidays Lynne and your new friend.

AZGman


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Raining wrote:Thanks Gman,
Happy Holidays to you, Mrs. G and Boy G
Happy Holidays Lynne and your new friend.



My pleasure! And the same wishes to you and yours!!

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

AZGman


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Lynnzoi wrote:that song always reminds me of a story - my bro's neighbors kid tried to off himself by drinking laundry detergent......guess he 'had a cup of Cheer'




<snerk>


uhm . . . <ahem>

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

stlwooter


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hey folks,

shivered my way up to 99.6!

feeling a bit more normal now. still achy, but the wonders of advil have helped.

monday is my bday.

wife overseas, fighting off cold. there have been better ones.

I hope to be up and running by monday. need some fun! Tomorrow's goal is to make lists of things that I probably won't do in the next two weeks.

Lynnzoi


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Raining wrote:Thanks Gman,
Happy Holidays to you, Mrs. G and Boy G
Happy Holidays Lynne and your new friend.



and Holiday Greetings to you and yours, Rain! Merry merry!

Lynnzoi


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stlwooter wrote:hey folks,

shivered my way up to 99.6!

feeling a bit more normal now. still achy, but the wonders of advil have helped.

monday is my bday.

wife overseas, fighting off cold. there have been better ones.

I hope to be up and running by monday. need some fun! Tomorrow's goal is to make lists of things that I probably won't do in the next two weeks.



you are a trainwreck, teach!

git on the stick and git better, dammit!

and hey - Happy Birthday in advance!

stlwooter


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Lynnzoi wrote:you are a trainwreck, teach!

git on the stick and git better, dammit!

and hey - Happy Birthday in advance!


yeah, did anyone get the number of that train??

Well, tomorrow football will be my friend. Nice brain-out activity.

I'll be peppy (and lewd) in no time.

AZGman


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stlwooter wrote:hey folks,

shivered my way up to 99.6!

feeling a bit more normal now. still achy, but the wonders of advil have helped.

monday is my bday.

wife overseas, fighting off cold. there have been better ones.

I hope to be up and running by monday. need some fun! Tomorrow's goal is to make lists of things that I probably won't do in the next two weeks.




Happy Birthday! . . . if ya make it!!

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

stlwooter


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AZGman wrote:Happy Birthday! . . . if ya make it!!


I think I can, I think I can.....

pooflady


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Nice place, AZ. *looking around* I don't see any welcoming libations.



The biggest lie that I tell myself daily..."I don't need to write that down, I'll remember it."

Lynnzoi


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stlwooter wrote:yeah, did anyone get the number of that train??

Well, tomorrow football will be my friend. Nice brain-out activity.

I'll be peppy (and lewd) in no time.



Chatanooga Choochoo

and I'm waitin!

pooflady


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stlwooter wrote:hey folks,

shivered my way up to 99.6!

feeling a bit more normal now. still achy, but the wonders of advil have helped.

monday is my bday.

wife overseas, fighting off cold. there have been better ones.

I hope to be up and running by monday. need some fun! Tomorrow's goal is to make lists of things that I probably won't do in the next two weeks.



Will wife be back for your birthday? For Christmas?



The biggest lie that I tell myself daily..."I don't need to write that down, I'll remember it."

Lynnzoi


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pooflady wrote:Nice place, AZ. *looking around* I don't see any welcoming libations.





hey - we had the cup of Cheer earlier!

AZGman


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pooflady wrote:Nice place, AZ. *looking around* I don't see any welcoming libations.




Hiya, poof! Welcome!!

There's a barrel of Purple Jesus in the corner . . . help yourself!

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

Lynnzoi


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okee...better git my butt outta this chair - gots a party to git to!

toodles poodles!

stlwooter


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pooflady wrote:Will wife be back for your birthday? For Christmas?


Neither. Though she doesn't celebrate Christmas being of the very Jewish persuasion. I grew up with both being from a mixed religious marriage. I just had some presents from my kids on Friday. Can't wait til the 25th because food items might go bad. It always perplexes folks what to get for a male elementary school teacher, but I don't think of myself as that hard to shop for. The default gift is a gift card from Barnes and Nobles. Got two of those this year. Wacky gifts this year include overly powerfully smelling candles (People who know me know I don't like overly scented artificial things) and a bag of coffee (people who know me know that I don't drink coffee). Good intentions, though. And it was a nice pick-me-up during a very uncomfortable day.

AZGman


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stlwooter wrote:Neither. Though she doesn't celebrate Christmas being of the very Jewish persuasion. I grew up with both being from a mixed religious marriage. I just had some presents from my kids on Friday. Can't wait til the 25th because food items might go bad. It always perplexes folks what to get for a male elementary school teacher, but I don't think of myself as that hard to shop for. The default gift is a gift card from Barnes and Nobles. Got two of those this year. Wacky gifts this year include overly powerfully smelling candles (People who know me know I don't like overly scented artificial things) and a bag of coffee (people who know me know that I don't drink coffee). Good intentions, though. And it was a nice pick-me-up during a very uncomfortable day.




I like overly scented coffee things and artificial bags . . .

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

dontwantaname


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stlwooter wrote:Neither. Though she doesn't celebrate Christmas being of the very Jewish persuasion. I grew up with both being from a mixed religious marriage. I just had some presents from my kids on Friday. Can't wait til the 25th because food items might go bad. It always perplexes folks what to get for a male elementary school teacher, but I don't think of myself as that hard to shop for. The default gift is a gift card from Barnes and Nobles. Got two of those this year. Wacky gifts this year include overly powerfully smelling candles (People who know me know I don't like overly scented artificial things) and a bag of coffee (people who know me know that I don't drink coffee). Good intentions, though. And it was a nice pick-me-up during a very uncomfortable day.



Put the smelly things outside for a few days...or weeks.
I like very few scents. That is what I do when I like the gift but not the scent. Heck, I even do it when I do like it, but it is too strong.

You have been sick too long. Did you ever go to the doctor? Although it will go away on it's own...someday.


Hi Gman! Nice place!

WE LURV YOU TOO! Dork!!!
No greater love is lost than that not shared.

pooflady


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stlwooter wrote:Neither. Though she doesn't celebrate Christmas being of the very Jewish persuasion. I grew up with both being from a mixed religious marriage. I just had some presents from my kids on Friday. Can't wait til the 25th because food items might go bad. It always perplexes folks what to get for a male elementary school teacher, but I don't think of myself as that hard to shop for. The default gift is a gift card from Barnes and Nobles. Got two of those this year. Wacky gifts this year include overly powerfully smelling candles (People who know me know I don't like overly scented artificial things) and a bag of coffee (people who know me know that I don't drink coffee). Good intentions, though. And it was a nice pick-me-up during a very uncomfortable day.



I never knew what to get the female elementary teachers either. It was hard. Today I'd give them gift cards either to a mall or a restaurant.



The biggest lie that I tell myself daily..."I don't need to write that down, I'll remember it."

pooflady


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AZGman wrote:Hiya, poof! Welcome!!

There's a barrel of Purple Jesus in the corner . . . help yourself!



Um, perhaps not.



The biggest lie that I tell myself daily..."I don't need to write that down, I'll remember it."

stlwooter


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dontwantaname wrote:Put the smelly things outside for a few days...or weeks.
I like very few scents. That is what I do when I like the gift but not the scent. Heck, I even do it when I do like it, but it is too strong.

You have been sick too long. Did you ever go to the doctor? Although it will go away on it's own...someday.


Hi Gman! Nice place!


I did go to the doctor who said not strep but virus and had to work it out of system. I am thinking of going back to doctor on Monday if am still in same condition. fevers and swollen glands, achy joints. Not fun.

Smelly candles are on the ledge waiting to go downstairs. Tenants may like them. Otherwise, pass them on to other sources when possible. I hate throwing things away, but I hate stinking up the house with artificial scent.

AZ if you were in the neighborhood, I'd drop off this Christmas blend of Starbucks whole bean blend. I am sure it is cheaper to go to the store and buy it than to ship it, though.

stlwooter


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pooflady wrote:I never knew what to get the female elementary teachers either. It was hard. Today I'd give them gift cards either to a mall or a restaurant.


I have so many mugs, bags of hot chocolate, and other random things. I really like it when it is obvious the kid chose the gift and really thought about who I am. I also really like the handmade cards. Still have all the ones ever given to me.

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