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  1. Annalynn says:

    I miss eating titiyas.

  2. I came home to a broken fridge. Let me tell you, this is not how I envisioned starting off my ice cream eating contest.

  3. From factme.com, a random fact for September 2:
    In the 1500s, houses had thatched roofs-thick straw-piled high, with no wood underneath. It was the only place for animals to get warm, so all the cats and other small animals (mice, bugs) lived in the roof.
    When it rained it became slippery and sometimes the animals would slip and fall off the roof. Hence the saying “It’s raining cats and dogs.”

  4. Randy says:

    Just caught a glimpse of the Josie, you know, on a vacation, on the mundane documentations. i sort of recall(vaguely)there being other entertainment that day. one involving a chair, a seductive dance maybe… or was it just the patron inebriating my senses.

  5. Josie says:

    I said TELL me something…not call me out on alleged drunken antics. At any rate, I plead the Fifth!!!

  6. randy says:

    Bartender… I’ll take a fifth as well. Uhh, i mean plead, plead the fifth.

  7. randy says:

    @ Toni: I know, i just stepped on a poodle.

  8. Arnold L says:

    I finally bought an IMac and got an Iphone too. This whole techy thing sucks, but I couldn’t resist any longer. The future is here, I must be assimilated…

  9. Christine Lalaine says:

    Lick Me in the Ass (German: Leck mich im Arsch) is a canon in B-flat major composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, K. 231 (K382c), with lyrics in German. It was one of a set of at least six canons probably written in Vienna in 1782.
    From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leck_mich_im_Arsch
    I’ve tried to verify this from a source other than Wikipedia, and it seems to check out. Although… it’s rather difficult to be sure because most of the sites are in German. Also, I’m at work and don’t really want coworkers (or bosses!) seeing me google the English song title.

  10. tricia says:

    The sweet smell in the air that lingers after a rainstorm is caused by bacteria that lives in soil and is common throughout much of the world. It’s often most potent in the woody areas.
    Have a wonderful Wednesday!

  11. Joel says:

    In a world of PC vs. Mac, I used to refuse to “think different.” Now iROCK both worlds. I just pulled the trigger on a new desktop.

  12. Gene Park says:

    Having a husband that smokes increases the chances of developing cervical cancer.
    Married couples typically have unprotected sex.
    When they urinate, men typically wash their hands after holding their penises.
    However, rarely do men ever wash their hands before holding their penises to urinate.
    If they smoke, the carcinogens from the cigarette and the wet filter is transferred onto their fingers. After having a smoke, those carcinogens is then transferred from their fingers to their penis.
    Thus, this act inadvertently turns the man’s penis into a throbbing carcinogen pump if left uncovered before sex.
    So ladies, if your lover smokes, make sure he washes his hands before taking a pee.

  13. Henry says:

    my other (better) half took the honda today to triple j to get a diagnostic evaluation done. it took them 6 hours to do it (it normally takes 30 mins or less). they told her the car needed a new radiator, radiator fan, a/c fan, fan relay assembly, thermostat and thermosensor. total cost for the parts is $844, but labor will only cost $210 PLUS they will waive the $84 diagnostic fee if they made the repairs! so i took the car to medlerz and told them about the triple j assesment. they chuckled. they did their own assesment and concluded that: the radiator was fine. the fans were fine. the thermostat was fine. the relay and the thermosensor, however, were acting up and needed replacing. total for parts: $40. total for labor: $60. now i have a decision to make.

  14. Bob says:


    Relax Sugarcat! πŸ™‚
    Slipped into the world of .mobi publishing, things are getting really small!

  15. Josie says:

    Talk about a blast from the past. Where on earth did you find that?

  16. Bob says:


    I found her settin’ right up there in the corner! πŸ˜‰
    Of course that was 6 years ago…

  17. Josie says:

    That would be domain name #4. πŸ™‚
    Thanks for the flashback.

  18. vincenzo says:

    what’s everyone on Guam’s take on fois gras?

  19. vincenzo says:

    oops, spelled it wrong—ahem, what’s everyone’s take on foie gras?

  20. Lescentive says:

    my 5 month old weighs 20 lbs, and is gonna be a big boy…already sent you pics josie.. damn he weighs alot, try carrying 20lbs constantly, i’m waiting for some major biceps to develop…
    much luv,
    ang

  21. fabmimi says:

    lol. i’m laughing at Randy’s comment. I do remember that distinct moment.
    i’ll tell you this. i’ve gotten an average of 4 hours of sleep/night this week and i am ecstatic and full of energy. someone explain this sickness. i’m pretty sure i’ve been “partying” less but i’ve been “busy” more. between my office job in architecture, my part-time job dong customer service in the east coast via phone, my full-time job as mommy, and full time job socializing….how on earth do i have time to maintain 3 blogs, a workout schedule, and this smile?
    did i make anyone tired?

  22. randy says:

    A fifth can either mean a fifth of a gallon (750 ml) or a a fifth of a liter (200 ml) of hard liquor. Both are commonly sold at grocery stores in the U.S.
    @ vincenzo: i like foie gras. goes well with a glass of chianti.
    @fabmimi: sickness? hmmm… have you been moking lately? lol. j/k.

  23. fabmimi says:

    hahah randy…crack is whack, yo.

  24. randy says:

    Did someone say crack?

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