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Topic: " Muthas' Day "
Message: Posted by: Godzilla (May 8, 2011 01:26PM)
Happy "Muthas' Day" to all you Bizarre" Muthas'" !

Don't forget your MOM'S !

-G
Message: Posted by: Godzilla (May 8, 2011 01:29PM)
And, a special one for you "Mr. Scratch"...The Mutha of all Muthas'
Message: Posted by: Harley Newman (May 8, 2011 01:36PM)
It's the day when guys from New Jersey change fashions...time to break out the muscle shirts!
Message: Posted by: Eddie Garland (May 8, 2011 02:55PM)
Fist pumping back at ya Harley.
Message: Posted by: weepinwil (May 8, 2011 03:56PM)
I took my Mom out of the freezer to thaw yesterday so she could eat lunch at the table with me and my wife today. I got so carried away I gave her a big kiss on the cheek. Unfortunately, a big chunk of skin came off but fortunately she tasted like chicken.
Message: Posted by: afinemesh (May 8, 2011 04:11PM)
Ah, weepinwill, you're a good Son to include your Mother in the festivities. May I suggest leaving her in the freezer a bit longer next time?
Message: Posted by: weepinwil (May 8, 2011 06:15PM)
We use to take her out just before dinner but then when you kiss her you get frost bite on your lips. I really like Christmas best where we take dad out of his casket and dress him like Santa. he looks sort of like the Grim Reaper in a Santa suit.
Message: Posted by: afinemesh (May 8, 2011 06:32PM)
I hope he doesn't frighten the little ones.
Message: Posted by: weepinwil (May 8, 2011 06:39PM)
They laugh when they giggle his bones.
Message: Posted by: Stoltz (May 8, 2011 07:01PM)
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On 2011-05-08 19:39, weepinwil wrote:
They laugh when they giggle his bones.
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That's the most frightening thing I've EVER heard...
Good job!
Message: Posted by: afinemesh (May 8, 2011 07:09PM)
Something for the little darlings to do while the grown-ups make merry!
Message: Posted by: weepinwil (May 8, 2011 07:11PM)
At our Annual Death Festival our little ones do a five member four team embalming doll relay race. It's a real treat to see them so interested in the dying arts.
Message: Posted by: Harley Newman (May 8, 2011 07:38PM)
Do you serve them natron nummies, or just serve them?
Message: Posted by: afinemesh (May 8, 2011 07:48PM)
[quote]At our Annual Death Festival our little ones do a five member four team embalming doll relay race. It's a real treat to see them so interested in the dying arts.[/quote]

Start 'em young
Message: Posted by: Godzilla (May 8, 2011 09:43PM)
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On 2011-05-08 20:48, afinemesh wrote:
start 'em young
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Don't start'em to young...when they're little ,they get stuck between your teeth !
Message: Posted by: RandyScott (May 9, 2011 11:43AM)
Weepinwillie,
Next time you kiss your mother, lick your lips first.
(Would you stick to her like the kid and flagpole in Christmas Story?)
Message: Posted by: Godzilla (May 9, 2011 12:04PM)
I "Double Dog Dare You"
Message: Posted by: weepinwil (May 9, 2011 12:44PM)
Yep! Stick like glue.... a couple years ago a grandkid french kissed grandma and we like to have never got 'em loose. That's why we began to thaw her out before family functions. Grandkids just don't know any better.
Message: Posted by: weepinwil (May 9, 2011 12:51PM)
Sad part is we like to share. Once loaned Uncle Jerry out to a family for Thanksgiving and when he came back he was full of bullet holes. Took forever to patch him up. I asked what happened and they said he tried to run away but I suspect they got a little drunk and used him as a target at the pistol range. We'll never do a loaner again. If you want dead people at your festivities you'll have to get your own.
Message: Posted by: weepinwil (May 11, 2011 12:30PM)
As some of you know, I am moving from Hayville. While this is a bit sad it does have it's sunshine: I discovered the difference between friends and true friends. "Friends will help you move but only true friends will help you move bodies." Thanks to all of my true friends.

Willie
Escort to the afterlife