Meme of the day …

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  1. MaryfromMarin says:


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  2. kinthenorthwest says:

    Bet my dictionary has a big ole grammar section in it LOL


  3. Lucille says:

    May I have a Bible dictionary on an E-Reader instead, please?

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  4. auscitizenmom says:

    Funny. 🙂


  5. lovely says:

    ‘Holy Cow’: Cattle form the sign of the cross

    And how about some merry Santa magic that tracks a viewer’s eye movements and if all they have done is read the headline of an article yet decide to pontificate on the body of the article in the comment section they get an immediate bazillion volt shock the second that their fingers hit the keyboard?

    The above article reads that a man put feed out for cattle in the shape of a cross to get a neat picture. I think that more than half of the comments are people positing that it is some kind of trick and that the guy probably put feed down so the cows would form in the cross shape.


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  6. czarowniczy says:

    Yuck! Winds >20 mph, damp, cold and it’s septic work time. All of the tropicals have to come in to the garage (like fools we thought we’d built it for our cars) only to come out again for a week or more. Seems someone in charge of weather’s off the switch for the holidays, two weeks of hi-40s at night, one night of low-30s and then back to 40s-50s. Whatcha gets fer livin’ on the edge of a subtropical zone.

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