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So I opened my mouth and said I'll bring a pie, last night at work.

A dreamsicle pie takes less time to make than it takes to shop for the
ingredients. So bright and early 8AM (after being up till 2) I stagger to
the store. I get the stuff required and make the pie. This causes me to
wake up fully and I decide to roast a spatchcocked chicken so into the oven
that goes. This leads to thoughts of lunch and a salad ...so another trip
to the store...Salad nearly made...Damn no cukes or shredded cheese and my
supply of sliced almonds is dangerously low so another trip to the store is
required...The clerks were starting to laff at me.

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The house of the burning beet-Alan

A man in line at the bank kept falling over...when he got to a teller he
asked for his balance.



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So I opened my mouth and said I'll bring a pie, last night at work.

A dreamsicle pie takes less time to make than it takes to shop for the
ingredients. So bright and early 8AM (after being up till 2) I stagger to
the store. I get the stuff required and make the pie. This causes me to
wake up fully and I decide to roast a spatchcocked chicken so into the
oven
that goes. This leads to thoughts of lunch and a salad ...so another trip
to the store...Salad nearly made...Damn no cukes or shredded cheese and my
supply of sliced almonds is dangerously low so another trip to the store
is
required...The clerks were starting to laff at me.


I'm not laffing I swear. Holding my breath in an effort not to explode yes.

I hope that all the dishes were worth the price of gas

Cindi



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The house of the burning beet-Alan

A man in line at the bank kept falling over...when he got to a teller he
asked for his balance.



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"hahabogus" wrote in message
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So I opened my mouth and said I'll bring a pie, last night at work.

A dreamsicle pie takes less time to make than it takes to shop for
the ingredients. So bright and early 8AM (after being up till 2) I
stagger to the store. I get the stuff required and make the pie. This
causes me to wake up fully and I decide to roast a spatchcocked
chicken so into the oven
that goes. This leads to thoughts of lunch and a salad ...so another
trip to the store...Salad nearly made...Damn no cukes or shredded
cheese and my supply of sliced almonds is dangerously low so another
trip to the store is
required...The clerks were starting to laff at me.


I'm not laffing I swear. Holding my breath in an effort not to explode
yes.

I hope that all the dishes were worth the price of gas

Cindi



--

The house of the burning beet-Alan

A man in line at the bank kept falling over...when he got to a teller
he asked for his balance.





I don't get gas until after supper (burp!)...the store is approx 400 to
500 ft (6 house lots and a parking lot, a block and 1/2) from my house
and I walk...unless I'm getting a mess of stuff (more than 4 heavy bags
full).

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The house of the burning beet-Alan

A man in line at the bank kept falling over...when he got to a teller he
asked for his balance.



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On May 28, 8:54*am, hahabogus wrote:
So I opened my mouth and said I'll bring a pie, last night at work.

A dreamsicle pie takes less time to make than it takes to shop for the
ingredients. So bright and early 8AM (after being up till 2) I stagger to
the store. I get the stuff required and make the pie. This causes me to
wake up fully and I decide to roast a spatchcocked chicken so into the oven
that goes. This leads to thoughts of lunch and a salad ...so another trip
to the store...Salad nearly made...Damn no cukes or shredded cheese and my
supply of sliced almonds is dangerously low so another trip to the store is
required...The clerks were starting to laff at me.

--

The house of the burning beet-Alan

A man in line at the bank kept falling over...when he got to a teller he
asked for his balance.

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