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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    Aw, cut my feverish, flu-ridden self some slack.
    I'm sorry you are sick...

    But this doesn't mean you're letting him do the cooking, are you?

    I can't help but recall one of my favorite Shel Silverstein poems:

    Quote Originally Posted by Dreadful, by Shel Silverstein
    Someone ate the baby
    It's rather sad to say
    Someone ate the baby
    So she won't be out to play
    We'll never hear her whiny cry
    Or have to feel if she is dry.
    We'll never hear her asking "Why?"
    Someone ate the baby.

    Someone ate the baby
    It's absolutely clear
    Someone ate the baby
    'cause the baby isn't here
    We'll give away her toys and clothes
    We'll never have to wipe her nose
    Dad says, "That's the way it goes."
    Someone ate the baby.

    Someone ate the baby
    What a frightful thing to eat!
    Someone ate the baby
    though she wasn't very sweet
    It was a heartless thing to do
    The policemen haven't got a clue
    I simply can't imagine who
    would go and (burp) eat the baby.
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    OMG that poem! That's horrible! And yet somehow makes me giggle at the same time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I can't help but recall one of my favorite Shel Silverstein poems:
    Time is a delicate mistress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I'm sorry you are sick...

    But this doesn't mean you're letting him do the cooking, are you?

    I can't help but recall one of my favorite Shel Silverstein poems:



    I wish he was home to cook for me.

    We don't have any babies around here and the cats would put up a fight, so I'm sure he'd just nuke me a Hot Pocket or something. I think I got the ones with eggs and bacon, though I didn't check the label thoroughly, I admit . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    I wish he was home to cook for me.

    We don't have any babies around here and the cats would put up a fight, so I'm sure he'd just nuke me a Hot Pocket or something. I think I got the ones with eggs and bacon, though I didn't check the label thoroughly, I admit . . .
    We have no Hot Pockets at all in this country. I've written to World Vision about it a number of times, and have twice been denied refugee status in America by the US consulate. The UN, of course, does nothing.

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    Nice to see you out and doing well. Cute kid *skims over pictures to keep from getting silly*, now the rest of the fun begins
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    He's adorable....congrats! And I'm glad you're both doing well now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I think a great commercial for baby products would show a bunch of guys in dress shirts and ties standing around horribly ogling over someone's newborn baby ("ooooh, loook, he's so cuuuuute! Helllo, baybee! Oooo, I'm gonna getcha, oooh, I'm gonna getcha... poke poke *giggle*) and have all the women sitting around doing their work, giving occasional confused and unsettled glances at the spectacle.
    But when I'm president, we'll be reproducing full grown human beings in science labs!

    Vote Uber, 2008...

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    he's beautiful! CONGRATS to you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    But when I'm president, we'll be reproducing full grown human beings in science labs!

    Vote Uber, 2008...
    No way, dude. I'm listening to the third book of 7th Son in which that technology, along with cloning (complete with a Nazi scientist), and memory transfers are used and it really is not turning out well. Way too many explosions and stuff to have any appeal irl.
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