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    Quote Originally Posted by bloodorchid View Post
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    how do you know if an animal is sick? stick your arm in poop
    Which would be why I'm not an elephant doctor..... chicken poo is much smaller, and usually doesn't have to be picked up to tell if a bird is ill..... their posture/demeaner usually is an indicator before their poo is...

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    Girlfriend comes up for air! So happy the visit went so well.

    Love just about anything on spaghetti squash. Though I will admit that after avoiding fat for years, my serving covered with butter and black pepper when I was new to Primal did have a bit of a laxative effect. I never did understand the love of spaghetti pasta. Now if only there were a penne squash in nature.

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    thanks

    i made more sketti squash tonight, but i couldn't finish cutting the mushrooms cause there was no my baby to talk to so i said 'pluh..' and just dumped them in the pan

    another thing i liked about his visit, besides everything, was that i got less apathetic about food and cooked some fun things

    i went to goodwill today. i only go when the voices in my head say 'now is a good time, get in there' and i listened and went in and found some nice antiques and vintage items. and lots of so very ugly blankets and pillows and smelly people

    i do not care how poor you are. there is no excuse to smell that bad.

    and no excuse to donate your worn panties. why do people donate panties and man-panties? that's how herpes get spread, browsing through sexytimes lingerie of failed relationships past

    'look at these panties! i'll buy them and wear them! ...*5 minutes later*... how did i get gonorrhea?'
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    yeah you are

    I mean there's so many ants in my eyes! And there are so many TVs, microwaves, radios... I think, I can't, I'm not 100% sure what we have here in stock.. I don't know because I can't see anything! Our prices, I hope, aren't too low!

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    LMAO from "I don't care how poor you are" to the end of that post. Still chuckling.

    I have to agree. While I love thrift stores, there are some things I just can't buy used. Panties, sheets/bedding, and mattresses. I'd rather sleep on a cheapy air bed from MalWart than inherit someone else's dust mites. Here's a fact to make you retch: the average mattress weighs more after a few years of use. Dust and dust mites. Yep, not gonna buy me a used mattress. I will however sleep in hotels or motels with nary a thought. After totally inspecting bedding for things worse than dust mites. I have a nurse friend who travels with plastic sheets. It's good to know there are people more neurotic than I.
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    do you inspect with a blacklight? does the whole bed light up like the fourth of july?

    hmmmm.. i've had my mattress several years... i wonder if i took it outside and leaned it up against the wall and put the hose to it... would i rinse out enough material to make a small person?

    dang it joanie, it's too late and full of coyotes for you to be teasing me with thoughts like this!



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    yeah you are

    I mean there's so many ants in my eyes! And there are so many TVs, microwaves, radios... I think, I can't, I'm not 100% sure what we have here in stock.. I don't know because I can't see anything! Our prices, I hope, aren't too low!

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    No blacklight. Just crawlies. Two years ago, I moved from OR to Louisiana, and mostly stayed at Motel 6es for the drive. No crawlies. Scully (boy kitty now deceased) and I were very comfy and I never got any skin issues. I was more frightened of the hotel I'd booked in New Orleans, but we even survived that.

    Don't wash your mattress. You are okay with your own skin sloughing and dust mites (those things which eat your skin sloughing). I just don't want other peoples' crap. Which might explain why after sex, I ask people to sleep in the guest room or go home. Or maybe I'm just nuts. Either way, I'm okay with it. heh
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    re mattress: use your vacuum cleaner on it every time you change your sheets and turn it four times a year.
    See, for instance: How to care for and turn a mattress. Hints and tips on bed care from - Sleepmaker: Australia's beds, bedding and mattress specialists.
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    i think i could reliably say that my ocd would indeed drive me to vacuum the mattress one inch at a time

    'WHY IS THIS MATTRESS NOT LIGHTER? *vrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr*'

    and bay showed me how to squat right. stupid magazines with their inadequately squatted models. so i ignored the back and practiced some tonight, and entertained the boys 'whatcha doin? *head tilt* huh? *tail wag* *other head tilt**hop up on back feet*'

    bay helped move a mattress. and by helped, i mean he squatted down and lifted the entire thing up by one corner.

    'is this why you work out?'
    'yeah'

    so when i see someone with a delightfully bubbly set of cheeks, i'll pay attention to what they say on squats. and he was right, dammit, cause my butt cheeks and backs of thighs burned for several hours after

    i say dammit because he is a man and as such, he should never be right

    I'M KIDDING. i'm kidding. ...don't hurt me

    i've eaten terribly since he went home. so many carbs. too many carbs. i am listless and malcontent. i should make a mountain of cheesecake and watch a marathon of games of throneses
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    yeah you are

    I mean there's so many ants in my eyes! And there are so many TVs, microwaves, radios... I think, I can't, I'm not 100% sure what we have here in stock.. I don't know because I can't see anything! Our prices, I hope, aren't too low!

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    That image is so joyously accurate. Tyrion ftw.

    My chiropractor is having us practice squats by facing a wall, with toes touching the wall. The goal is to be able to hold just past neutral, with your quads below parallel with the floor. I can't quite get there yet, but I can hold the position for longer now. I try to hold it for 5 seconds, a few times, everytime I use the bathroom. Facing the wall helps train you not to lean over your toes, since you would have to put your face through the wall in order to do that.
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