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SkekTek wrote:It's definitely not olive, I figured that one out...



I don't think white or cream are big hits either.

Bedrooms are "dusted" and vacuumed. Just one load of laundry left to fold...

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krapposelli wrote:I don't think white or cream are big hits either.

Bedrooms are "dusted" and vacuumed. Just one load of laundry left to fold...



I like cream.



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pooflady wrote:I like cream.



I like ice cream.

I have one woot cream shirt (the Cho scale one)

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Good evening folks!

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Pistachios anyone?



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SkekTek wrote:I like ice cream.

I have one woot cream shirt (the Cho scale one)



Ooooh. Ice cream. Yummy.

I don't mind the cream, just seems like there is a lot of complaining about that color - I could be wrong.

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pooflady wrote:Pistachios anyone?



that's a lot of pistachios!

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zea3 wrote:Good evening folks!



Evening Zea!

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KtCallista wrote:that's a lot of pistachios!



at least they're not refurbished...

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pooflady wrote:I like cream.



I like the cream for shirts, not big on white.
I like colors if they compliment the design.
I prefer dark colors generally, but they don't always work, and sometimes they aren't very feminine. I guess I don't really have a favorite.

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KtCallista wrote:I like the cream for shirts, not big on white.
I like colors if they compliment the design.
I prefer dark colors generally, but they don't always work, and sometimes they aren't very feminine. I guess I don't really have a favorite.



I wish occasionally they had a color-based design contest. IE- design for a specific colored shirt. I wish we had heather-type shirts in other colors (dark red, dark green)- not solid but that slightly mixed color.

YAY! the parakeet is sitting on a perch now!

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SkekTek wrote:at least they're not refurbished...



good point

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SkekTek wrote:Evening Zea!


Still feeling puny?

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I think I'd take the big bag of pistachios over the big roll of photo paper. Awfully specific target market on this one...

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SkekTek wrote:I wish occasionally they had a color-based design contest. IE- design for a specific colored shirt. I wish we had heather-type shirts in other colors (dark red, dark green)- not solid but that slightly mixed color.

YAY! the parakeet is sitting on a perch now!



Three cheers for the parakeet!



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SkekTek wrote:I wish occasionally they had a color-based design contest. IE- design for a specific colored shirt. I wish we had heather-type shirts in other colors (dark red, dark green)- not solid but that slightly mixed color.

YAY! the parakeet is sitting on a perch now!



No name yet?

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pooflady wrote:Three cheers for the parakeet!

And do them really loud right next to the cage!



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zea3 wrote:Still feeling puny?



If that was a pun, it was unintentional. Just saying hi

krapposelli wrote:I think I'd take the big bag of pistachios over the big roll of photo paper. Awfully specific target market on this one...



Me n the wife were talking that it might be a great deal on photo paper. You can cut it into strips of banner paper, or individual sheets (if you had a good straight edge and xacto)...

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krapposelli wrote:No name yet?



Birdie is in the lead now with the kids.

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SkekTek wrote:Birdie is in the lead now with the kids.



Well. How, um, original.



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I'm curious. My FF browser has an add on that says what the current woot item and price is displayed at the bottom of the screen. For the last couple of items have been identified as "Dear Jerkface $1." What's up with that?

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SkekTek wrote:Me n the wife were talking that it might be a great deal on photo paper. You can cut it into strips of banner paper, or individual sheets (if you had a good straight edge and xacto)...



Yeah, I can't draw or cut a straight line, so this wouldn't work for me.

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pooflady wrote:Well. How, um, original.



We're leaning towards Adelaide or Melbourne (Mel for short). 'keets are from australia, and we've already had Aussie and Sydney.

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SkekTek wrote:Me n the wife were talking that it might be a great deal on photo paper. You can cut it into strips of banner paper, or individual sheets (if you had a good straight edge and xacto)...



It may be a good deal, but I can't justify that price just to play around with it. Maybe if it was 9.99.

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SkekTek wrote:Me n the wife were talking that it might be a great deal on photo paper. You can cut it into strips of banner paper, or individual sheets (if you had a good straight edge and xacto)...



No, not punny! Puny! As in under what weather.

So, did you save the beard clippings to give the bird for nesting material?

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KtCallista wrote:It may be a good deal, but I can't justify that price just to play around with it. Maybe if it was 9.99.



We have two kids: 2 and 5. They love to draw. Anywhere. On any surface (thank god for the Magic Eraser). In the description, this makes sense- "Drape great sprawling sheets of it up on your kids' walls and give the little tykes an early start at graffiti. "

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SkekTek wrote:We have two kids: 2 and 5. They love to draw. Anywhere. On any surface (thank god for the Magic Eraser). In the description, this makes sense- "Drape great sprawling sheets of it up on your kids' walls and give the little tykes an early start at graffiti. "



Go to the newspaper, ask for end of roll, they had it to you lasts for year or so.

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zea3 wrote:No, not punny! Puny! As in under what weather.

So, did you save the beard clippings to give the bird for nesting material?



Yes, still sick. Sound like Barry White at the moment. Wanna stay up til 1 AM but it's a losing batle.

Ewwwwww.... no, clippings went into garbage straightaway. But, now my upper lip area feels funny.

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SkekTek wrote:We're leaning towards Adelaide or Melbourne (Mel for short). 'keets are from australia, and we've already had Aussie and Sydney.



Guess you wouldn't want to call him Outback or Reef, huh?

Perth?



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SkekTek wrote:We have two kids: 2 and 5. They love to draw. Anywhere. On any surface (thank god for the Magic Eraser). In the description, this makes sense- "Drape great sprawling sheets of it up on your kids' walls and give the little tykes an early start at graffiti. "



I'd be afraid they wouldn't limit themselves to the paper covered walls.

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krapposelli wrote:I'd be afraid they wouldn't limit themselves to the paper covered walls.



We have coloring rules. So far all of my walls have been spared *knocks on wood*

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pooflady wrote:Guess you wouldn't want to call him Outback or Reef, huh?

Perth?



I'm a dude, I don't carry a perth. Not even a man bag.

Maybe Coral...

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pooflady wrote:Guess you wouldn't want to call him Outback or Reef, huh?

Perth?



I like those, I will have to remember them if we ever get a parakeet (probably not gonna happen, but still).

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SkekTek wrote:I'm a dude, I don't carry a perth. Not even a man bag.

Maybe Coral...



Yes, he's still in a punny mood...

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KtCallista wrote:We have coloring rules. So far all of my walls have been spared *knocks on wood*



One of my kids colored on anything and everything. The other one was uncontrollable with scissors. Cut anything and everything. Fortunately, not anybody.



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SkekTek wrote:I'm a dude, I don't carry a perth. Not even a man bag.

Maybe Coral...

Or "Crikey!"



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KtCallista wrote:We have coloring rules. So far all of my walls have been spared *knocks on wood*


First 2 boys never bothered the walls or furniture the youngest however...

Red is his favorite color. He happened to find a red sharpie and decided my comforter, bedside table and brand new lamp could use a "touch" of color. I was not happy!

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zea3 wrote:First 2 boys never bothered the walls or furniture the youngest however...

Red is his favorite color. He happened to find a red sharpie and decided my comforter, bedside table and brand new lamp could use a "touch" of color. I was not happy!



I think my husband would blow a gasket if the kids did that.

Load of laundry is finally folded... now just have to put it away. That might wait until tomorrow, I'm getting tired.

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zea3 wrote:First 2 boys never bothered the walls or furniture the youngest however...

Red is his favorite color. He happened to find a red sharpie and decided my comforter, bedside table and brand new lamp could use a "touch" of color. I was not happy!


Wow, what a helpful little man.

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KtCallista wrote:Wow, what a helpful little man.


He's a sweetie most of the time, but every once in a while he becomes possessed and uncontrollable with the art implements.