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My idea of car pooling....

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I can't swim. I'd hate to have to worry about drowning every time I brake hard.

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haha cat or dog

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:jump: Ah yes, the pleasures of pets.

The only place we could put up a Christmas tree would be the closet or bathroom.

Actually scratch that ( :P), they'd just consider that a challenge.

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I and all my family members are big fans of ducks. We think they are adorable. So, we support this: http://www.theonion....eadline:default

I just got finished with reading the Forum, when the first thing I see in yahoo featured news is the following..when I saw this, I thought of this post you made!

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If you live somewhere along the River Thames you may have seen something a little peculiar today. A 50-foot duck floated down the river today as part of a publicity stunt for the gaming company Jackpotjoy.

If a 50-foot duck is hard for you to fathom then you should know that the Jackpotjoy duck is also 135 cans of baked beans tall. Can’t imagine 135 cans of beans? Well it has also been described as three times the size of a double decker bus or twice as tall as a house.

ITV reports that the 50-foot duck was launched to celebrate the launch of Jackpotjoy’s new Facebook FUNdation. The FUNdation encourages Londoners to submit ideas about crazy ways to have fun.

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I haven't been able to post pictures for some reason, but there are plenty of pictures showing them having to raise the Tower Bridge, to allow the Duck's passing..Hope you like!

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Someone sent me this ~ this morning.  Very good Advice, and yes  it did make me Smile ;)

 

 

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Oh the times I could have used this........

 

haha  hysterical.

 

 

 

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Watching that video made me think how when we get older we seldom hug as adults anymore unless a natural disaster struck your home or a close friend or family member just died. Sad really & typically women are more openly affectionate than men on average. Nice video John.  :thmup:  Yeah I know, some people might think it's childish, but I don't care. I like it. We are all little kids man we just come in different shapes & sizes. 

 

Yes, I am secure enough in my masculinity & self esteem to admit that  hugs are awesome & your video did make me smile.  :D

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I give all my people big giant BEAR hugs all the time (I'm 6-1 260)...  and tell them I love them.

 

Heck I hug my dogs every day...     

 

Hugs make us feel good.

 

Ya I like that vid too...      check this short film out...    It'll make you smile too....

 

 

It is amazing how a simple compliment can totally make a persons day sometimes.   

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I give all my people big giant BEAR hugs all the time (I'm 6-1 260)...  and tell them I love them.

 

Heck I hug my dogs every day...     

 

Hugs make us feel good.

 

Ya I like that vid too...      check this short film out...    It'll make you smile too....

 

 

It is amazing how a simple compliment can totally make a persons day sometimes.   

Validation...That's all anybody really wants in life. We all want to be respected, admired, appreciated, & have our opinions & our innate talents confirmed by our peers. The short film does a fantastic job of encapsulating that notion.

 

It reminds of this scene from the film "Akeelah & The Bee." The story is about a girl who learns to take pride in her natural gift spelling & to let that gift emerge full throttle. Never be afraid to let your true beauty blossom completely...It other people laugh it just means that they are not as brave as you are, even though they secretly wish they were themselves.

 

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Yes, I know this is a cure word, but come on the Eagles were right! It has finally frozen over...See Attached picture for the joke...[The Green Street Sign]...Click on it 2 Enlarge it.

 

My apologies to anyone who didn't find the street sign funny. 

 

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Yes, I know this is a cure word, but come on the Eagles were right! It has finally frozen over...See Attached picture for the joke...[The Green Street Sign]...Click on it 2 Enlarge it.

 

My apologies to anyone who didn't find the street sign funny. 

Cute. By the way, the Eagles deal reminds me of:

 

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Not quite the musical quality of the Eagles, but just might make you fall down laughing.

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Cute. By the way, the Eagles deal reminds me of:

 

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Not quite the musical quality of the Eagles, but just might make you fall down laughing.

MAC, your Monty Python "Contractual Obligation Album" did make me roll on the floor!  :lol: Followed by the "Leaving My Old Record Label For More Royalties" new album. KA CHING!  :yahoo:

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A variation on the old Rock, Paper, Scissors game we all have done at one time or another..from the best show on TV...Big Bang Theory..

 

http://youtu.be/Kov2G0GouBw

 

click on you tube on the video and it will take you to you tube and the video..

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MAC, your Monty Python "Contractual Obligation Album" did make me roll on the floor!  :lol: Followed by the "Leaving My Old Record Label For More Royalties" new album. KA CHING!  :yahoo:

Did you ever listen to it, or are you just chuckling at the title? It was an hilarious album. I never even bought the thing. I friend of mine had it and I heard it - perhaps twice - a good 30 years ago. Yet I can still remember a lot of it. If you like Python....................

 

IE: "The decomposing composers, there's less of them every day.............."

 

and of course the classic...................

 

Well actually it would probably be against the rules to post it. haha

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Did you ever listen to it, or are you just chuckling at the title? It was an hilarious album. I never even bought the thing. I friend of mine had it and I heard it - perhaps twice - a good 30 years ago. Yet I can still remember a lot of it. If you like Python....................

 

IE: "The decomposing composers, there's less of them every day.............."

 

and of course the classic...................

 

Well actually it would probably be against the rules to post it. haha

Actually, to tell you the truth, I was just making fun of the title MAC. It's probably the only comedy routine by Monty Python I've never heard. I will check it out on You Tube. Thanks for the suggestion.  :thmup:

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Actually, to tell you the truth, I was just making fun of the title MAC. It's probably the only comedy routine by Monty Python I've never heard. I will check it out on You Tube. Thanks for the suggestion.  :thmup:

It's all "music" actually, not their usual "routines". A series of probably very quickly written, incredibly silly and irreverent songs. But it's Monty Python. Even something horrible by musical standards can be funny - and the best of this album is them at their most absurd. Only they could get away with this.

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My mom just send this to me. Enjoy

Kate & Gin Canine Freestyle Video

 

That was a cool vid thank you - Gin was awesome .

 

On another message board I had a fellow poster put up a link to Lesley Gore - Sunshine , Lollipops & Rainbows  , On a day that a smile was greatly appreciated . I had never heard it before its such a crazy lil song you can't help but smile . :highfive2::banana::yahoo:

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That was a cool vid thank you - Gin was awesome .

I had a Border Collie Mix named Buddy who resembled Gin. Couldn't dance a lick, but was a tennis ball chasing phenom. 

 

Of course I can't dance a lick either, which might have something to do with it. :D

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Good God. In some of those I suspect that the posters were trying to be funny. Some of them however are just frightening.

The best 4 comments there IMO: Those are rectal thermometers, Spock from Star Wars, & the Eiffel Tower behind you. Is that New Jersey?...A pyramid behind you & person calls it Stonehenge... :facepalm:  :lol:

 

No, this is:

 

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