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Old 10-14-2011, 09:58 AM   #15
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Full of Poo and shampoo!
Wait a minute I'd have serious problem with my rig if there was poo in my Grey tank. So, no poo there!
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Old 10-14-2011, 10:54 AM   #16
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Hey... hey... hey.... Get the poo out of my thread.
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Hey... hey... hey.... Get the poo out of my thread.
So, what your saying is: "no poo for you"
what can I do, it was you who brought up the subject of poo!
There is nothing else I can do.
I'm thirsty now so I'm going to drink a "Yoo-Hoo"
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That's like disposable diapers are good for up to 20 lbs. That's a lot of poo too!!
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You can always find some half full ones in the parking lot.
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I guess when you get shampoo in your eyes it's the poo that burns them?
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My deodorant says remove top and push up bottom. Now my poo doesn't stink any more.
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Ya know, you have an hour to proof read and edit.

BTW, mine never did.
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Wow- this is getting to be a regular "Soap Opera"
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Ya know, you have an hour to proof read and edit.

BTW, mine never did.
Thanks... Spell checker is smarter than me.
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See how easy that was?

Don't let it happen again.
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See how easy that was?

Don't let it happen again.
What... The typo or the poop?
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Following the instructions on the deodorant.
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A man's wife was complaining that her breasts were too small and she wanted to make them bigger. He told her to take some toilet paper and rub it between her breasts several times a day to make them bigger. She did that for a month, then complained that it didn't work. The man said, "That's odd. It worked for your backside."
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