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Old 02-14-2014, 02:35 PM   #1
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Yesterday we had snow, rain, sleet, and a thunder storm. My girlfriend stood and stared all day at the window.
Feeling a little guilty today being valentines day and all, I should have let her in the house last night.

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Old 02-14-2014, 02:46 PM   #2
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Say NO to guilt Joe. You can always toss out a crust of bread or something

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When a girl friend beaks up with you and says she still wants to be friends is like having your dog die and saying that's OK we can still keep him around.
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Old 02-14-2014, 03:02 PM   #4
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Nothing mends a broken heart faster then getting a new dog. Besides you still have us
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Jack Black used to work well for me
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Just heard on the news this morning -
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Planes, trains and automobiles. Have you seen that movie with Steve Martin. One of my favs. Steve is trying to get home for Thanksgiving and has a hilarious trip. Might want to find it if you can.
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Planes, trains and automobiles. Have you seen that movie with Steve Martin. One of my favs. Steve is trying to get home for Thanksgiving and has a hilarious trip. Might want to find it if you can.
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With John Candy!
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I miss him REAL bad along with John Belushi. Thank God for U Tube. Try find the "Roy's food repair" skit John Candy did. It is hilarious.
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"Barf" (Space Balls - Candy) and "Bluto" (Animal House - Belushi) -
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One time a painter friend of mine decided to stretch the paint on a exterior house painting project. He began to water down the paint and had finished up one side of the house. Suddenly a thunderstorm hit the area and the heavy rains washed off all the watered down paint from the side of the house. As the storm moved on, a voice from the heavens boomed, "Repaint and thin no more." True story.
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The Blues Brothers ( timeless worldwide classic ). Try see the unedited version as the Blues Mobile has special powers and they show you how it got them. Heck, I was in Holland staying with friends and it is hilarious to see it dubbed into Dutch. Just like Elvis every country has them/impersonators.
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Yesterday we had snow, rain, sleet, and a thunder storm. My girlfriend stood and stared all day at the window.
Feeling a little guilty today being valentines day and all, I should have let her in the house last night.
That is so cruel!















Least you should have done is close the blinds!

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