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Tuesday Tickle

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

What do you get when you use LSD along with birth-control pills?

A trip without the kids.


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GO FOR COLOR

Monday, October 10, 2011

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When picking foods from a holiday buffet, focus on the range of colors you're putting on your plate. For example, foods like cranberries, broccoli rabe, yellow peppers, and eggplant are all high in fiber as well as rich in vitamins and minerals, so they should make up the majority of your plate. Try to limit your intake of items that are brown, tan and white (this is mainly meats and starches like gravy and potatoes); they tend to be naturally higher in fat & calories.

  
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TEDYBEAR2838 10/11/2011 10:55AM

    That sounds like a emoticon idea.

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DMT1956 10/11/2011 8:24AM

    ty for that

i like to fill my plate with salad and put cheese toasy on last.

will try some of those veges

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TRUE-NESS 10/10/2011 3:24PM

    That's great advice. But, I'm honestly still afraid of Thanksgiving! I don't even want to start thinking about it now. It's a combination of all the food that will be available (which I feel, currently, like I don't have enough willpower to resist) and the pressure from the presence of relatives to indulge. I'm nervous about it. If I were just going to my Mom's it would be no problem because she already knows what I'm attempting and she wouldn't fix a trillion items. But, when its a huge family gathering, it's all kinds of different foods from everyone...a huge potluck! Well, it's only October, so I need not think about it now... You're stressing me out. Why'd you have to post this! LOL

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GWENNIESPAPA 10/10/2011 6:43AM

  We try to aim for a colorful plate. Also a colorful cart when grocery shopping.
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10/9/2011

Sunday, October 09, 2011

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I cannot believe that my brother-in-law's wedding is next Saturday!! Seems like we just heard about the engagement - boy, does time fly! Cliff & I will be leaving for MN in a couple of days - I can't wait!

Finally, something good happening in my life. After deciding to have knee replacement surgery at the end of this month, then having a crown fall out and finding out I had to have the tooth under it pulled, then having the tooth pulled & dealing with some pain & discomfort...I think enough is enough, don't you?

I absolutely adore my brother-in-law & couldn't be happier for him and his bride. I love her, too & her little girl...my new niece! My brother-in-law will be adopting her officially - how cool is that? emoticon

  
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JUDITHANNIE 10/9/2011 6:23PM

    Have fun and enjoy your mini vacation. Good luck with your knee replacement too. Teeth and I don't get along glad your ordeal is over with that. Judy emoticon

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SUNDAY FUNNIES

Saturday, October 08, 2011

REAL HAIR SALON NAMES
• Tortoise & the Hair

• Cutting Corner

• The Hairport

• Inhairitance

• Grateful Heads

• Illegally Blonde

• Cutting Remarks

• The Mane Event

• Cut ‘N’ Run

• Curl Up and Dye

• Hair on Earth

• Headgames

• Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

• Hair Raisers

• Hairanoia

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DMT1956 10/9/2011 1:59AM

    great very funny names

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IDLETYME 10/8/2011 7:48AM

    Really cute. Thanks for my morning grin!! emoticon

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ROX525 10/8/2011 6:26AM

    LOL. Thank you.

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A RANDOM ORIGIN

Friday, October 07, 2011

THE ICE CAPADES
In 1940 John H. Harris, owner of a Pittsburgh minor-league hockey team, booked former Olympic figure skaters to perform during game intermissions to increase family attendance. It worked, and as Harris added jugglers, clowns, and barrel jumpers to the show, other arenas became interested, so Harris decided to take it on tour (Boston Garden owner Walter Brown combined “ice” with “escapades” to come up with the name “Ice Capades”). For the next 50 years, the Ice Capades toured the world with an evolving format that included everything from themed shows (The Flintstones, Barbie, and Ewoks, to name a few) to Olympic-skater showcases. But in the 1980s, the popularity of the Ice Capades dropped sharply, facing new competition such as Stars on Ice and Disney on Ice. The Ice Capades was sold four times, and finally folded in 1995.

I don't know how many of you ever went to the Ice Capades, but I remember going often - it was GREAT!! I have always loved watched ice skating, although I can't really do it-my ankles are too weak.

  
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GAYLLYNNE 10/7/2011 8:01AM

    Thanks for that tidbit of info. I love learning things like this and am truly sorry that they folded. I remember them as a little girl. Great blog!

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