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Unread 12-01-2006, 12:46 PM   #35
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Originally Posted by Single Fin Smoker
Second, not withstanding your piss and vinegar at the site of this catastrophy, I wonder how they must have felt(cuz I know exactly what YOU felt).
Tragedy, helplessness, hoplessness, sadness at the site of you in a sea of meat and marinade which you worked so hard to prepare comes to mind.

FEAR!!! The look on both their faces was FEAR!!! They both came into the room and froze. When James ran into the garage, and came back with mariande mop.. THATS what lightened things up.. but he still did it with FEAR. As he held out the mop, you can see he was ready to RUN!. Jackie just kinda ran in circles with her eyes blinking and hands waving..

Hope everyone realizes, this was 3 years ago... a resurected classic from another thread. The sick think is, that when i replaced my fridge this past summer, the stain was still there, and still some crud way in the back.. James saw it and said... Hey DAD!! Remember that stuff?
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