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Old 05-29-2010, 07:49 AM
 
Location: Texas
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Happy Saturday, everyone. Take the time to enjoy yourselves today.

Today's Question:

I really really need a breakfast plate of eggs, hash browns and sourdough toast?


I did,did you Question:

Ok lol how many of you sent the link on "how to type upside down" or sent a upside down message to friends or family not on CD ?
Who me?


Bonus Question:

Do you have any unusual numbers in your cell phone contact list ?
(ie: favorite restaurants.repair folks etc )
Afghanistan. I have a number in Afghanistan. I also have one in Mysore, India and Munich, Germany.


Extra Credit Question:

Have you ever tried:
Water skiing ? Yes
Snow skiing ? Yes, when I was 5 in NY. I had little tiny skis and I was not very good at it.
Snowmobileing ? No.
Going the wrong way up an Escalator ? Yeah, when I was in college and we would hang out at Love Field from time to time. ahahahaha
Pushing more than one floor button on an Elevator ? Never


Just for Fun:

Are you a Sybarite ? No, I'm a turtle. Are you a turtle?
Unusual things you have used a paperclip for ? Ear scratching.
How are you at using Chop Sticks ? Awful.


Today in History:
1900 - Trademark "Escalator" registered by Otis Elevator Co
1911 - 1st running of Indianapolis 500
1912 - 15 young women fired by Curtis Publishing for dancing "Turkey Trot" during their lunch break Swamp trash!

1942 - The biggest selling record of all time was recorded. "White Christmas", was recorded by Bing Crosby for Decca Records. More than 30-million copies of Crosby’s have been sold and a total of nearly 70-million copies, including all versions of the standard, have been sold Love that movie.
1967 - Australian Paul McManus water skis barefoot for 1:30:19

Word of the Day:
sybarite \SIB-uh-ryt\ , noun:
A person devoted to luxury and pleasure.


Today is:
National Coq Au Vin Day
Honor your Ancestors Day
Paper Clip Day
Pink Flamingo Day

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Old 05-29-2010, 07:53 AM
 
Location: I never said I was perfect so no refunds here sorry!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Karla with a K View Post
Good morning everyone
Happy Saturday

Yay it is the weekend !!

Today's Question:

I really really need a good strong coffee


I did,did you Question:

Ok lol how many of you sent the link on "how to type upside down" or sent a upside down message to friends or family not on CD ? Awe shucks I am upside down on this one I musta missed something recently.......I need to catch up I see


Bonus Question:

Do you have any unusual numbers in your cell phone contact list ?
(ie: favorite restaurants.repair folks etc ) nope


Extra Credit Question:

Have you ever tried:
Water skiing ? yep
Snow skiing ? yep
Snowmobileing ? yep
Going the wrong way up an Escalator ? yep
Pushing more than one floor button on an Elevator ? nope, something about getting stuck has prevented me from playing on an elevator


Just for Fun:

Are you a Sybarite ? in my own way sure
Unusual things you have used a paperclip for ?
How are you at using Chop Sticks ? gimme my good ole fork n spoon please


Today in History:
1900 - Trademark "Escalator" registered by Otis Elevator Co
1911 - 1st running of Indianapolis 500
1912 - 15 young women fired by Curtis Publishing for dancing "Turkey Trot" during their lunch break
1942 - The biggest selling record of all time was recorded. "White Christmas", was recorded by Bing Crosby for Decca Records. More than 30-million copies of Crosby’s have been sold and a total of nearly 70-million copies, including all versions of the standard, have been sold.
1967 - Australian Paul McManus water skis barefoot for 1:30:19

Word of the Day:
sybarite \SIB-uh-ryt\ , noun:
A person devoted to luxury and pleasure.


Today is:
National Coq Au Vin Day
Honor your Ancestors Day
Paper Clip Day
Pink Flamingo Day


Hope all of you have a blessed weekend
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Old 05-29-2010, 08:00 AM
 
Location: Maine
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Good morning!

Today's Question:

I really really need a _hug__________?


I did,did you Question:

Ok lol how many of you sent the link on "how to type upside down" or sent a upside down message to friends or family not on CD ? no


Bonus Question:

Do you have any unusual numbers in your cell phone contact list ?
(ie: favorite restaurants.repair folks etc ) I don't think so


Extra Credit Question:


Have you ever tried:
Water skiing ? no
Snow skiing ? yes--not pretty
Snowmobileing ? yes, my ex was a snowmobile freak
Going the wrong way up an Escalator ? no
Pushing more than one floor button on an Elevator ? no


Just for Fun:

Are you a Sybarite ? no, I'm happy with just the basics
Unusual things you have used a paperclip for ? can't think of anything
How are you at using Chop Sticks ? So-so



Today in History:
1900 - Trademark "Escalator" registered by Otis Elevator Co
1911 - 1st running of Indianapolis 500
1912 - 15 young women fired by Curtis Publishing for dancing "Turkey Trot" during their lunch break
1942 - The biggest selling record of all time was recorded. "White Christmas", was recorded by Bing Crosby for Decca Records. More than 30-million copies of Crosby’s have been sold and a total of nearly 70-million copies, including all versions of the standard, have been sold.
1967 - Australian Paul McManus water skis barefoot for 1:30:19

Word of the Day:

sybarite \SIB-uh-ryt\ , noun:
A person devoted to luxury and pleasure.


Today is:
National Coq Au Vin Day
Honor your Ancestors Day
Paper Clip Day
Pink Flamingo Day[/quote]
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Old 05-29-2010, 08:04 AM
 
Location: Czech Republic
9,617 posts, read 497,306 times
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Today's Question:

I really really need a
___Internet all summer________?


I did,did you Question:

Ok lol how many of you sent the link on "how to type upside down" or sent a upside down message to friends or family not on CD ?
Not me.


Bonus Question:

Do you have any unusual numbers in your cell phone contact list ?
(ie: favorite restaurants.repair folks etc )
Yes, I have but don't use them (firefighters, ambulance etc. ) They usually consist of two-three numbers.

Extra Credit Question:

Have you ever tried:
Water skiing ?

Snow skiing ? Yes
Snowmobileing ? Yes
Going the wrong way up an Escalator ? Many times
Pushing more than one floor button on an Elevator ? Often


Just for Fun:

Are you a Sybarite ? No..
Unusual things you have used a paperclip for ? Back to school we made paperclip window shadows and bracelets if I understand exactly what it is.
How are you at using Chop Sticks ? I don't have any


Today in History:
1900 - Trademark "Escalator" registered by Otis Elevator Co
1911 - 1st running of Indianapolis 500
1912 - 15 young women fired by Curtis Publishing for dancing "Turkey Trot" during their lunch break
1942 - The biggest selling record of all time was recorded. "White Christmas", was recorded by Bing Crosby for Decca Records. More than 30-million copies of Crosby’s have been sold and a total of nearly 70-million copies, including all versions of the standard, have been sold.

1967 - Australian Paul McManus water skis barefoot for 1:30:19

Word of the Day:
sybarite \SIB-uh-ryt\ , noun:
A person devoted to luxury and pleasure.



Today is:
National Coq Au Vin Day
Honor your Ancestors Day
Paper Clip Day
Pink Flamingo Day
That's cool
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Old 05-29-2010, 08:09 AM
 
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Today's Question:

Ok lol how many of you sent the link on "how to type upside down" or sent a upside down message to friends or family not on CD ? I have not done that yet.

Bonus Question:

Do you have any unusual numbers in your cell phone contact list ? Not unusual numbers.

Extra Credit Question:

Have you ever tried:
Water skiing ? Nope
Snow skiing ? Nope
Snowmobileing ? Nope
Going the wrong way up an Escalator ? Nope
Pushing more than one floor button on an Elevator ? Yup

Just for Fun:

Are you a Sybarite ? Hmm. Not really.
Unusual things you have used a paperclip for ? I'm sure there have been some, but I can't recall any right now.
How are you at using Chop Sticks ? Terrible
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Old 05-29-2010, 08:30 AM
 
Location: Oswego, IL
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Today's Question:

I really really need a single story house.


I did,did you Question:

Ok lol how many of you sent the link on "how to type upside down" or sent a upside down message to friends or family not on CD ?
I sent an upside down message to my sister, on Facebook.


Bonus Question:

Do you have any unusual numbers in your cell phone contact list ?
(ie: favorite restaurants.repair folks etc )
No


Extra Credit Question:


Have you ever tried:
Water skiing YES
Snow skiing NO
Snowmobileing YES
Going the wrong way up an Escalator YES
Pushing more than one floor button on an Elevator NO
Racing the wrong way around a traffic circle? YES


Just for Fun:

Are you a Sybarite ?Absolutely not
Unusual things you have used a paperclip for ?
How are you at using Chop Sticks ? They are best used to point to your fork.



Today in History:
1900 - Trademark "Escalator" registered by Otis Elevator Co
1911 - 1st running of Indianapolis 500
1912 - 15 young women fired by Curtis Publishing for dancing "Turkey Trot" during their lunch break
1942 - The biggest selling record of all time was recorded. "White Christmas", was recorded by Bing Crosby for Decca Records. More than 30-million copies of Crosby’s have been sold and a total of nearly 70-million copies, including all versions of the standard, have been sold.
1967 - Australian Paul McManus water skis barefoot for 1:30:19

Word of the Day:

sybarite \SIB-uh-ryt\ , noun:
A person devoted to luxury and pleasure.


Today is:
National Coq Au Vin Day
Honor your Ancestors Day
Paper Clip Day
Pink Flamingo Day[/quote]
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Old 05-29-2010, 08:35 AM
 
Location: Tampa Bay
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Karla with a K View Post
Good morning everyone
Happy Saturday

http://i68.photobucket.com/albums/i1/insatiable60/HOLIDAYS/memorial_day_remember-1.gif (broken link)

Today's Question:

I really really need a ___________?


I did,did you Question:

Ok lol how many of you sent the link on "how to type upside down" or sent a upside down message to friends or family not on CD ?


Bonus Question:

Do you have any unusual numbers in your cell phone contact list ?
(ie: favorite restaurants.repair folks etc )


Extra Credit Question:


Have you ever tried:
Water skiing ?
Snow skiing ?
Snowmobileing ?
Going the wrong way up an Escalator ?
Pushing more than one floor button on an Elevator ?


Just for Fun:

Are you a Sybarite ?
Unusual things you have used a paperclip for ?
How are you at using Chop Sticks ?



Today in History:
1900 - Trademark "Escalator" registered by Otis Elevator Co
1911 - 1st running of Indianapolis 500
1912 - 15 young women fired by Curtis Publishing for dancing "Turkey Trot" during their lunch break
1942 - The biggest selling record of all time was recorded. "White Christmas", was recorded by Bing Crosby for Decca Records. More than 30-million copies of Crosby’s have been sold and a total of nearly 70-million copies, including all versions of the standard, have been sold.
1967 - Australian Paul McManus water skis barefoot for 1:30:19

Word of the Day:

sybarite \SIB-uh-ryt\ , noun:
A person devoted to luxury and pleasure.


Today is:
National Coq Au Vin Day
Honor your Ancestors Day
Paper Clip Day
Pink Flamingo Day
Let's remember the real reason for Memorial day!
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Old 05-29-2010, 08:37 AM
 
Location: Lake Norman, NC
5,944 posts, read 6,815,892 times
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Good morning all!

Today's Question:

I really really need a __little motivation to get going today! ______?


I did,did you Question:

Ok lol how many of you sent the link on "how to type upside down" or sent a upside down message to friends or family not on CD ?
Not me.

Bonus Question:

Do you have any unusual numbers in your cell phone contact list ?
(ie: favorite restaurants.repair folks etc )
Yep, Chinese take-out place

Extra Credit Question:

Have you ever tried:
Water skiing ? No
Snow skiing ? Used to ski all the time when I was younger.
Snowmobileing ? No
Going the wrong way up an Escalator ? Yep. as a teen
Pushing more than one floor button on an Elevator ? Still do sometimes.


Just for Fun:

Are you a Sybarite ?
No, not at all.

Unusual things you have used a paperclip for ?
I reshape them at work to use as wall hooks on my cubicle walls.

How are you at using Chop Sticks ?
Not very.


Today is:
National Coq Au Vin Day One of my favorites
Honor your Ancestors Day
Paper Clip Day
Pink Flamingo Day
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Old 05-29-2010, 08:38 AM
 
Location: Orlando
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Today's Question:

I really really need a __vacation_________?


I did,did you Question:

Ok lol how many of you sent the link on "how to type upside down" or sent a upside down message to friends or family not on CD ? Nope I kept it as a secret! Actually I sent it to all that asked.

Bonus Question:

Do you have any unusual numbers in your cell phone contact list ?
(ie: favorite restaurants.repair folks etc )
I have hotels, restaurants, vet and lots of other weird numbers. I have no friends so I had to fill it with something...I'm just kiddin!!! I rent friends!

Extra Credit Question:

Have you ever tried:
Water skiing ? Yes..it didn't go well
Snow skiing ? Not yet
Snowmobileing ? Oh yeah..lots of fun
Going the wrong way up an Escalator ? Guity as charged!
Pushing more than one floor button on an Elevator ? Guity as charged!

Just for Fun:

Are you a Sybarite ? I want to be....but I'm on beer budget.
Unusual things you have used a paperclip for ? Spider web..and they can keep a hem up in a pinch.
How are you at using Chop Sticks ? I'm out of practice but I wouldn't starve.

This is my least busy day out of the three but I've got lots to do so....have a great day everybody! Play safe!
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Old 05-29-2010, 08:43 AM
 
Location: SoCal desert
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Today's Question:

I really really need a time machine.

I did,did you Question:
Ok lol how many of you sent the link on "how to type upside down" or sent a upside down message to friends or family not on CD ? Not me!

Bonus Question:
Do you have any unusual numbers in your cell phone contact list ?
Don't own a cell phone!

Extra Credit Question:
Have you ever tried:
Water skiing ? Yup!
Snow skiing ? Yup!
Snowmobileing ? Nope!
Going the wrong way up an Escalator ? Yup!
Pushing more than one floor button on an Elevator ? Yup!

Just for Fun:
Are you a Sybarite ? Nope!
Unusual things you have used a paperclip for ? Lock-pick
How are you at using Chop Sticks ? Gimme a fork and spoon!

Today in History:
1942 - The biggest selling record of all time was recorded. "White Christmas", was recorded by Bing Crosby for Decca Records. More than 30-million copies of Crosby’s have been sold and a total of nearly 70-million copies, including all versions of the standard, have been sold. And the best Christmas movie EVAH!

Word of the Day:
sybarite \SIB-uh-ryt\ , noun:
A person devoted to luxury and pleasure.
Is there a word for a person devoted to jeans and Tshirts?

Today is:

Paper Clip Day The person who invented Clippy the Office Assistant in Windows should be hung by his toes!
Pink Flamingo Day I like Pink Panthers better
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