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Old 01-01-2012, 02:37 AM   #271
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Old 01-01-2012, 02:37 AM   #272
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Old 01-01-2012, 02:38 AM   #273
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Here's our next silly story:

Scene: A restaurant

Customer: Oh, waiter! Would you please bring me a (DAUGHTER)? I want to see what today’s specials are.

Waiter: Today’s specials are cream of (HOUSE) soup, and T-bone (NEEDLE). Does that sound good?

Customer: Yes, but I’ll have the roast prime (TUB) of beef, with the (KNITTING) pudding.

Waiter: We’re out of that. How about a sizzling sirloin (MARGARITA TREE) and an (EGREGIOUS) green salad?

Customer: No thanks. I’d rather have the (PUTATIVE) fried chicken.

Waiter: Sorry, but we’re out of that, too. How about soft-shell (ZEDONKS)?

Customer: No thanks. Do you have any roast Long Island (LAMP)?

Waiter: Sorry…no. Why don’t you try our (PRETTY HOT AND TEMPTING) goulash with homemade (GOOFY RAINBOW) sauce?

Customer: No thanks. Just bring me a/an (JUICY) egg sandwich and a cup of black (SEA WATER).
Juicy egg sandwich? That's my breakfast tomorrow morning!
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LOL I feel your pain! Still getting used to this (lots of clutter-not sure where to look!)
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Old 01-01-2012, 02:39 AM   #275
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I love knitting and have enjoyed the video's on the different parts of knitting , from Casting on to Binding off, I never knew there were so many different ways of doing the most basic things . I'd like to be entered in the drawing for tonight, Thanks RBW.
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Old 01-01-2012, 02:42 AM   #277
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LOL I feel your pain! Still getting used to this (lots of clutter-not sure where to look!)
It's a little crazy tonight, because of the party.
Usually, things are slower in here, and you can take your time browsing the different discussion threads.

When I first joined the forum several years ago, I used the "Search" feature a lot, to see if others were already talking about my particular issue. I learned SO much by doing that.

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Originally Posted by Shandeh View Post


Here's our next silly story:

Scene: A restaurant

Customer: Oh, waiter! Would you please bring me a (DAUGHTER)? I want to see what today’s specials are.

Waiter: Today’s specials are cream of (HOUSE) soup, and T-bone (NEEDLE). Does that sound good?

Customer: Yes, but I’ll have the roast prime (TUB) of beef, with the (KNITTING) pudding.

Waiter: We’re out of that. How about a sizzling sirloin (MARGARITA TREE) and an (EGREGIOUS) green salad?

Customer: No thanks. I’d rather have the (PUTATIVE) fried chicken.

Waiter: Sorry, but we’re out of that, too. How about soft-shell (ZEDONKS)?

Customer: No thanks. Do you have any roast Long Island (LAMP)?

Waiter: Sorry…no. Why don’t you try our (PRETTY HOT AND TEMPTING) goulash with homemade (GOOFY RAINBOW) sauce?

Customer: No thanks. Just bring me a/an (JUICY) egg sandwich and a cup of black (SEA WATER).

I think I may have been to that restaurant!

Way back when, I took DH out for one of his "big" birthdays to a steak house (unusual for us). I swear that DH's steak should have been served in a TUB! And that my PUTATIVE fried chicken was (truly...) something else. (And I don't mean that in a good way!)

I liked the EGREGIOUS green salad; I may have seen a few of those out here, with each and every restaurant trying to top the others with its "California" (ugh; please!) cuisine.

Great story, Shandeh! Maybe the homemade GOOFY RAINBOW sauce goes well over ice cream?

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You don't do the time change thing every spring and fall in AZ, do you? I hate the time change thing!
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