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How Hard Could It Be?

Wednesday, February 06, 2013

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MCMOM11 4/25/2014 11:53PM

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SHARON10002 2/28/2013 10:32PM

    Loved the caulk cartoon! I do hope that you can get all your holes plugged soon. emoticon Sorry to hear about your neighbor. . . Maybe he would fill it in for a Fifty . . .
Yeah, houses have a way of being a Money Pit. . If you haven't seen the movie, you need to watch it. Really funny!
Hope you are doing OK. Soon Spring will be here, and the yard madness will begin once more. But the gardening - aahhh, that's another story.


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LUCKYDOGFARM 2/22/2013 9:44PM

    I have always enjoyed your writing. This is the first of your blogs off spark that I have head. Too bad you started using so much profanity because I actually used to read your blogs to my parents who thought they were a hoot. Now, not so much.
Hope all is well and that the sailors mouth is temporary!
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FLGIRL1234 2/18/2013 12:52PM

    As usual. Another funny one! Thanks for the laughs. emoticon

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NOLAZYBUTT110 2/14/2013 9:23PM

    Sorry to hear about your water problems and S.A.D.D.....been there! Both! But things do get better when you get rid of that headache... wheres the caulking? In your ear or being dropped on your head? lol.. Not laughing at you, laughing with you, it does end ... either by fixing the caulking problem or knocking down the wall! You can also con someone to fix it for you (just like my daughter does!) Hope it does not cost more than just caulking....... my car problem cost me more than your caulking problem. and if I had known it would be so expensive . ... I would never have bought the car! But a car gets me around and I am sure the house keeps your butt dry and warm! lol Happy Belated Valentines Day! Hugs Susana

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NANHBH 2/14/2013 1:43PM

    I guess the house isn't on the market yet. Have a love-filled Valentine's Day. Know how much we all love you!
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WENDYSPARKS 2/14/2013 11:06AM

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KLOSER2KONA 2/13/2013 4:50PM

    "mammoth tits" rotflmao im meam literally, i straight fell out on this one!! and the top 6 reasons regarding kids, BINGO!! im a fan, like the kind with the big ole #1 spongy hand thingy!! right on! ;)

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HOPEFILL 2/12/2013 9:44AM

    Your blog reminded me of a story that came from the shyest gay man I have ever met. Since he was a wisp of an Indian man, I will call him Willow:

In college, Willow studied abroad in France. The apartment where he was staying hosted a revolving door of world travelers. Willow's program director comes to pay him a visit one night, and while sitting on the couch, starts adjusting and shifting in his seat until he finally plunges his hand into the crevice of the couch of pulls out...

The Worlds Largest Purple Bone (I don't think Spark will let me use it's proper name).

Willow, having had no idea that there was a battery-operated baseball bat in his couch, died instantly.

But, instead of dying, he tried to un-do the moment. Like, if he hid the bone quickly enough, the director would forget he had ever seen it. So the bone went into a bag where Willow willed himself to forget about it.

But then the time came to leave the apartment. Willow, panicking, didn't know what to do with the bag, so he stuffed it as far into the depths of his luggage as possible (thinking he'd throw it out en route). Which is exactly where the French TSA agent found it, pulled it out, and holding it up for input from his colleagues in the other lanes, yelled, "Qu'est que c'est? Qu'est que c'est?"

The hollering continued until Willow, too humiliated to try to string together enough words in broken French to explain, simply walked over and turned it on.

I really hope you find your bone soon, sister.

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CAMEOSUN 2/8/2013 12:24PM

  emoticon The blog was great and LOL - that dog picture with the caption ! Too funny!

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KATHRYN1955 2/8/2013 9:40AM

    Home ownership, like many other things, represents a lot of unfinished business. No matter how much blood, tears and sweat you put into it, something else always rears its' ugly head!! I think the trick is to accept that whether in our homes, apartments or the inner recesses of our minds, it is given of life that there will always be unfinished business and it is up to us to just keep filling those holes to the best of our ability. A sense of humour is the most vital tool (not to mention that purple vibrator!!) to keep the wolves at bay!

Take care,
Kathy

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LINDA! 2/7/2013 9:24PM

    Hilarious!

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CLPURNELL 2/7/2013 6:14PM

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KICKINGKILOS 2/7/2013 11:41AM

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GOANNA2 2/7/2013 1:52AM

    I loved it. Laughed out loud. emoticon

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_LINDA 2/7/2013 1:44AM

    Enjoyed your latest blog! Always a perk! Too tired, dumb and stupid to make a witty remark after midnite.
Keep 'em coming. Need to know the rest of this story!!

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NEWME0519 2/6/2013 10:54PM

    Oh dear! Laughing out loud as usual!

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GRACEISENUF 2/6/2013 9:58PM

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I have come up with some great combo styles when answering my door as well. I haven't a clue what is going on in my neighborhood either and I like it that way.

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ALLYALLYT 2/6/2013 9:12PM

    I had a house fire, lost it all. Waterbed collasped (ok so it was years ago but still), water soaked the underdrawers so contents were intact. Fire chief, State Fire marshall, assorted others rummaging thru house looking for cause of fire and went to exam bed (yea right cause you just KNOW my bras and panties had spontaneous combustion).......I tippy toed over what was left of the floor and joists down the hall just in time to find said gentlemen pulling open my drawer of fun and dumping it. 5 men locked eyes wth me, I went every shade of red, turned to high tail it outta there, forgot about the fire, took a step onto nothing and promptly fell into the crawl space.......................... "Nuff said. PLEASE for the love of John Holmes and all that is holy, find your Big "P". And I hope you get your hole filled soon, :)

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TRAINER_T 2/6/2013 5:33PM

    emoticon For the laugh, it was super duper funny!!!!


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GRACEOMALLEY 2/6/2013 12:50PM

    Love it and relate to much of it. I however, find comfort in gardens and yard work. Gives me a space to take out my agressions on things like weeds and cutting grass and truning over soil - and I get lovely tomatoes and fresh herbs and such. You know - "OUT - OUT DAM-NED WEED!"

Sad for your neighbor. Hope his situation improves quickly. Being at one company that long and POOF! can't be a very good experience or feeling.

Ciao Babe - keep smiling!
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ANGGEL40 2/6/2013 12:48PM

    emoticon blog girl...thanks for sharing!

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L*I*T*A* 2/6/2013 11:36AM

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1CRAZYDOG 2/6/2013 10:36AM

    THIS was what I needed today! LOL House = MONEY PIT! Pets = if it's embarassing, they'll find it for ya!

As for your neighbor, hope he finds something. This economy sucks to the max!

Hope the holes in your life get filled and the "other . . .holes . . . get therapy! LOL

HUGS

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CRYSTALJEM 2/6/2013 10:08AM

    Loved it, but my heart broke for your neighbor. 32 years is sorta habit forming.

Good luck finding mr purple. :).

Loved your fail poster too. Rocked my morning.

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LDY_ALI_79 2/6/2013 8:47AM

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QUAIL75 2/6/2013 8:45AM

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CMBELISLE 2/6/2013 8:27AM

    Awesome blog as always!

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AMYISSUCCEEDING 2/6/2013 8:24AM

    This is good! Thank you for sharing and have a nice day.
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NOW2DAY 2/6/2013 8:07AM

    We could share homeowner horror stories, such a money pit when you don't know a darn thing about building and maintenance of a home. Learn the hard expensive way.
Maybe not the place to ask but how is the weight loss maintenance going? I know you are done with the constant talking about weight, then why do I ask? Just because. This blog was really great, enjoyed.

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WATERMELLEN 2/6/2013 7:33AM

    Saucy title . . . hilarious blog.

I think we need a homeowners support group with a crisis line 24/7. You think it could be a business opportunity?

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LOVESLIFE48 2/6/2013 7:05AM

    emoticon Thanks so much for the laughs!! You never let me down girlfriend!! emoticon

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XXJDXX 2/6/2013 5:07AM

    That was probably the hardest I've ever laughed at 4 in the morning. Great stuff. Thanks for starting my morning off right.

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JUNEAU2010 2/6/2013 3:38AM

    I can top your microscopic siding hole. I see your hole and raise you a Swiss cheese like roof over a mobile home that predates the "Summer of Love".

I also have a cat who would roll your purple vibrator across the bathroom floor with abandon.

Rock on, Fabulous!

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HEALTHYCALM 2/6/2013 2:48AM

    Teeny, you are hilarious! I send your blog to all my friends and relations, and they think you are hilarious too!

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KASEYCOFF 2/6/2013 2:14AM

    ...so it's like being on one of those fairground rides that's supposed to be really fun and exciting and you spend the whole time hanging on for dear life and trying not to let the terror overwhelm you, telling yourself "It's only three minutes, it's only three minutes--!"

I need a hole in the yard (the wall, the roof) like I need a hole in the head, toots. You already know where I stand on that whole home-ownership thing. Myself, now, I want an accountable landlord...
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DRB13_1 2/6/2013 1:58AM

    aw, hope your neighbor finds something to replace his job...and the hole in the front yard gets filled

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MAGGIEVAN 2/6/2013 1:20AM

    Sorry but I did not understand it as I am not living in the USA.

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DALID414 2/6/2013 1:12AM

    Omfg! That caulk cartoon had me laughing SO hard I cried! I had to wash the stinging mascara off my eyes before I could get back to reading!
Thanks for the big baby behavior re-purposing list, I'm gonna print it and casually leave it laying around for certain people.

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LADYVOLSFAN1954 2/6/2013 1:10AM

    Love it!

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