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Old 01-06-2008, 03:09 PM
 
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If you have never seen them, I recommend that you go, now, and order tickets to see these guys. Describing them is hard....a cross between amazing juggling, slapstick comedy, and I don't know what else. I have seen them three times and cry with laughter each time. They used to always, at the end of each show, juggle three things brought by the audience...and people came prepared, so I have seen them do such things as a bowling ball, a pen and a book.

Check them out:season schedule-purchase tickets for The Clayton Center NC performing arts auditorium and conference center (http://www.theclaytoncenter.com/schedule.html - broken link)
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Old 01-06-2008, 03:22 PM
 
Location: Clayton, NC
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Oh Darn...it looks like such a fun show but dh is working this Friday night! Maybe they'll come around again. Thanks for sharing.

Lauren
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Old 01-06-2008, 05:25 PM
 
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Okay Lauren,

I have been reading these threads for a couple of months now...in fact, you've actually been very helpful with narrowing down my search for relocation. My wife and I have appreciated many of your posts and pics. We're coming to Clayton for a look-see in mid-February...staying at the new Comfort Suites...cool. We will definitely be looking into Tafton...love the lot sizes and overall bang for the buck.

Anyway, this long-winded reply is for no other reason than to figure what the 'd' stands for in 'dh'. Everybody uses it and I can't figure it out. Not the brightest bulb in the chandelier I guess.

Thanks,


Brady
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Old 01-06-2008, 06:05 PM
 
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Not Lauren but I can help you out. DH is dear husband, dw = dear wife, ds = dear son, dd is dear daughter.

Good luck!
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Old 01-06-2008, 06:18 PM
 
Location: Clayton, NC
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Hey Brady,
Glad my posts have been helpful. We're so happy here that one just has to "pay it forward".

NativeNC has answered on the "D" in dh and it usually does mean "dear" but there are times it can be other words that begin with D that aren't as pleasant...lol.

Still bumming about missing the Flying Karamozov's.
Lauren
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Old 01-07-2008, 09:24 AM
 
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If you have never seen them, I recommend that you go, now, and order tickets to see these guys. Describing them is hard....a cross between amazing juggling, slapstick comedy, and I don't know what else. I have seen them three times and cry with laughter each time. They used to always, at the end of each show, juggle three things brought by the audience...and people came prepared, so I have seen them do such things as a bowling ball, a pen and a book.

Check them out:season schedule-purchase tickets for The Clayton Center NC performing arts auditorium and conference center (http://www.theclaytoncenter.com/schedule.html - broken link)
I saw the K Brothers in Eugene in the 80's back when they were much more hippy than main stream. Saw them at The Oregon Country Fair (nothing like The State Fair). They are great!! My kids would love them. But after seeing them perform in the woods on a make shift stage and with none of today's safety features available, I think a conventional venue would ruin the memory for me.

But it's good clean fun for the whole family!!
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Old 01-07-2008, 11:12 AM
 
Location: Wake Forest
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Anyway, this long-winded reply is for no other reason than to figure what the 'd' stands for in 'dh'. Everybody uses it and I can't figure it out. Not the brightest bulb in the chandelier I guess.
as another poster said d= dear...but you can substitute any 'd' adjective depending on your mood.

dumb, dysfunctional, darling (if you happen to think that at the moment...lol)



just my skewed sense of humor...
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