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Post  shepherdess on Fri Jun 06, 2014 4:48 am

This thread was originally posted on the WX version of the HPL Forum and sprang from comments about age, resulting in a Wet Noodle Fight. Enjoy!
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Re: Wet Noodle Fight!!

Post  shepherdess on Fri Jun 06, 2014 4:53 am

John Bumbledore - May 11, 2009 7:55 am (#2906 of 2972)
"Life is an oyster and wisdom its pearls." (John Stevens)
Madam Pince, I bet Thom is also sharing in the elixir that Kip and Steve Newton are using. If it helps with the knees, can you send a batch my way?
--John

Thom Matheson - May 11, 2009 5:53 pm (#2916 of 2972)
Jack, I don't know about Kip, but speaking for myself, I resemble that remark. Yuk,Yuk,Yuk. You'll have to ask the Ol' Southerner himself, but it sounds like wet noodles at 20 paces to me. Kip I'll be your second. Pasta fight!!

Kip Carter - May 11, 2009 6:24 pm (#2917 of 2972)
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Thom, I look forward to you being my second, especially being it looks like wet noodles at 20 paces. I just hope I can do the 20 paces. I recommend a least one food fight or some kind every year to keep the antifreeze in my veins moving. And by the way, I want to specify cold noodles this time. I remember so well the last noodle encounter with boiling hot ones. It was like getting stung by a jellyfish.

Madam Pince - May 11, 2009 6:49 pm (#2918 of 2972)
The eyes are the windows to the soul...
So what does the second sling... meatballs? Or just extra wet noodles? Can they be lasagne noodles?

I want tickets to this event.

shepherdess - May 11, 2009 7:14 pm (#2919 of 2972)
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Sounds like another good reason for a forum get-together. (You know~for those who may not be interested in drooling over Kip's library.)

jose043 - May 11, 2009 8:48 pm (#2922 of 2972)
Hi one and all,

The noddle fight sounds great as long as it is just cheese sauce for me, have a allergy to tomatoes. Though at the moment could throw to much more like 2 paces for me, my I just watch from a distance. Shepherdess my middle grandkid would like the library and also Anne depending on what is in it to read.
Josephine and Anne

Little Werewolves of West Aussie

John Bumbledore - May 12, 2009 8:14 am (#2927 of 2972)
"Life is an oyster and wisdom its pearls." (John Stevens)
How about marshmallows instead of cold noodles? I know how to make a mini-marshmallow blow gun from plastic water pipe! Best if the mini-marshmallows are stale, as then they pack a bit more impact.
I guess I need a second. Who is available and willing?
Oh, would an air powered noodle launcher be acceptable?
--John

Viola Intonada - May 12, 2009 10:21 am (#2937 of 2972)
John, I'll be your second. I'm pretty nifty in a wet noodle fight. I can sling tomato sauce with the best of them.

Puck - May 12, 2009 10:57 am (#2940 of 2972)
Mommy, Queen of Everything
Mike, I forgot to mention that everyone chipped in this year to get Son the Lego Death Star for his birthday. He was so disappointed when he didn't get it at Christmas, that we asked the relatives if they would go in on one big gift with us. Now, he would work non stop on that if I let him.

The giant squid - May 12, 2009 11:01 am (#2941 of 2972)
Mike, I forgot to mention that everyone chipped in this year to get Son the Lego Death Star for his birthday.

That one was fun. I'm still trying to talk the wife into getting me the Millenium Falcon one they have now, but she insists I don't have anywhere to put it. I don't see the relevance, personally...

Madam Pince - May 12, 2009 1:45 pm (#2946 of 2972)
The eyes are the windows to the soul...

Mike, isn't that Millenium Falcon thing like $350 or so? (But again, like the storage issue, not really relevant, right? )
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Re: Wet Noodle Fight!!

Post  shepherdess on Fri Jun 06, 2014 4:58 am

Kip Carter - May 12, 2009 3:24 pm (#2948 of 2972)
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Edited May 13, 2009 7:34 am
Thom, I am a little concerned about this John Bumbledore character. He wants to use an air powered noodle launcher. Look at that picture of him with his white beard just everywhere. I bet only his beautician knows he colors his beard and hair to make him appear older than he is. What do you think? I thought he already had enough hot air in that body of his without having to resort to an accessory. What's your make on him?

I could not believe that someone like Viola Intonada would volunteer to be his second. But now that he has a second, maybe we should use the white gloves to properly slap his face so that he knows we are not joking about this. How about you as a second handle the details. I think we should shoot for a firm date of the match. Maybe like when each of them reaches at least sixty years of age. Otherwise we would be guilty of taking advantage of someone much younger than either of us. What do you think?

By the way, as the second, do you buy the champagne? I will be glad to furnish the wet noodles. Being that the champagne may be rough on old teeth, maybe we should used fortified milk. Just a thought... and it's got to be cheaper. Now that Detroit is rank so far down the economic scale, milk will be just fine. Plus it will be good for the teeth and we may have to eat the noodles that we don't use. By the way, what do we use the Viagra for that we were sent? As a second, you are suppose to know all these things.

Also, I am more inclined to go for capellini because it is easier to chew and does not take a much energy to digest. Your thoughts?

Maybe we could start a campaign to outlaw wet noodle challenges. What do you think?

That's enough for you to chew on right now.

I remain, your friend regardless!

The old man Kip Carter

Added edit: I made a few corrections to some typo errors and added a few more "tongue-in-cheek" comments. I added this disclaimer so that so of you won't have a "hissy-fit" in trying to digest this.

journeymom - May 12, 2009 3:31 pm (#2949 of 2972)
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Edited by Kip Carter May 12, 2009 4:12 pm
Kip, I should think it's obvious that the Viagra is for the limp noodles.

Good bye, forum friends! I've probably just got myself banned. It's been good to know you.

journeymom, how could I ban you when I was the one who initiated the subject...and I do like your response! Now Denise P. may ban me!

me and my shadow 813 - May 12, 2009 4:19 pm (#2950 of 2972)
photograph of Newgrange, County Meath, Ireland
Okay, you are all cracking me up!

PeskyPixie - May 12, 2009 4:30 pm (#2951 of 2972)
Manners, all of you, or it's disembowelling flobberworms in my dungeon classroom for two weeks! ( )

boop - May 12, 2009 5:56 pm (#2952 of 2972)
Lexicon Forum Mom
LOL, Wet noodle fight.

hugs

boop

Elanor - May 12, 2009 11:37 pm (#2954 of 2972)
Essence of Happiness

at the noodle fight posts!

Have a great day all!
Audrey

Puck - May 13, 2009 5:26 am (#2955 of 2972)
Mommy, Queen of Everything
ROFL at Kip and Journeymom! Thanks for a bright start to the day!

Kathy

The giant squid - May 13, 2009 5:58 am (#2956 of 2972)
Mike, isn't that Millenium Falcon thing like $350 or so?--Madame Pince

That is, as the scientists say, a "non-trivial issue".

It's always fun to see Kip decompress after tax season. One might almost think the man had some free time on his hands or something...

--Mike

Thom Matheson - May 13, 2009 8:25 am (#2961 of 2972)
Kip, I can boil it down to just one item, and that John is not to be feared. As your second it is my duty to get you properly trained, and the first rule is "you know what they say about men with big guns". Nuff said. The calculator, is mightier then the noodle gun.

Journey Mom is hereby changed to Journey Mother. How you talk, girl.

I promise to keep my powder and depends dry for this upcoming varment shoot. I'll have plenty of Ensure for the both of us rather then milk, as it is easier on our dilapidated colons.

Denise, If we meet up in Virginia, (neutral site) would you be so kind as to referee. I believe that the customary fee is 5 gold galleons from each side which I shall forward along at your earliest.

I believe that covers the details. How say you Mr. Bumbledore, on these besmerched acusations?

Madam Pince - May 13, 2009 8:26 am (#2962 of 2972)
The eyes are the windows to the soul...
Kip and Journeymom and Thom are cracking me up...

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Re: Wet Noodle Fight!!

Post  shepherdess on Fri Jun 06, 2014 5:00 am

journeymom - May 13, 2009 8:33 am (#2963 of 2972)
Always an Apprentice, never a Master
Journey Mom is hereby changed to Journey Mother. How you talk, girl. rotflmbo!

Lego Millennium Falcon: there must be more than one. I did get one for Mr. Journeymom and ds to work on together, but it was more like $100. Which is bad enough, but as Orion says, it's worth it. In any case, the finished Falcon graces the top of one of our very elegant book cases, up high where it can't be messed with. Guests like to comment on the disparity between the Lego Millennium Falcon and the surroundings.

Have a fine day, All.

Kip Carter - May 13, 2009 9:22 am (#2965 of 2972)
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Thom, you de best! I feel that I could whup that Tar Heel with both arms tied behind my back. I know you will take care of me. And that Ensure sounds pretty darn good to me!

Be careful with sending galleons to early to Denise P. because she has a little pony, which may need plenty of feed, being it's blue. Plus there could be vet bills. I do however like Virginia as the location because there have been many battle there already; therefore our little encounter will go unnoticed.

Just want to let everyone know, I had to go back and edit my prior post to keep some of the "straight-laced" (see PeskyPixie) happy. I just don't care for "disembowelling flobberworms" or whatever she called them.

Don't be so hard on the Journeymom. She's cool! And she knows all about them there Millennium things. She's smart too! Wonder if she is the mother of Steve Perry?

And that lady with the glasses in her picture, she's cool also 'cause she understand what the Journey lady talking about. She also must be smart too.

And watch out for that lady Puck. With a name link that, she could be related to the original Hockey Puck and I definitely don't want to get zapped by Mr. Warmth!

We may want to check with both Solitaire and Orion about the use of UGG boots for the match. Maybe we can parlay this into a money-making event, with sponsor signed up for the noodles and boots, etc. We could even have it transmitted in French for Elanor, who is really Audrey. Go figure!

I am sure that boop (I wonder if she is related to the famous Betty Boop?) would come down from Penn State and bring a crew of Nittany Lions to clean up the mess that will be made. The Lions could even take away the evidence of the encounter if they can get the tar our of their teeth.

While I'm still able, I need to address a few other issues.

Hey, squid dude, what is this about "decompress"? I am still just as big around as ever and I don't have to put "The giant" in front of my handle to know it or to get respect. Then again, you guys out west always think you are bigger than life anyway. I reckon it because of all that open space around them. Must make that empty space in their head seem small.

As for time after the 15th, I'm busier now than before then. Doesn't make sense, does it?

Now where is that "Bumbly Dore"? Maybe he is hiding under a rock after seeing that you (Thom) are my second. I am truly blessed!

'Nuf said! Then again, maybe I said too much. I hope I did not leave anyone out. You are all invited to the melee! We need all the free publicity we can get. Plus we may need plenty to help clean up the mess.
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Re: Wet Noodle Fight!!

Post  shepherdess on Fri Jun 06, 2014 5:03 am

kaykay1970  - May 13, 2009 9:58 am (#2966 of 2972)
Sounds like John could could use some help here! I got me 5 young'uns that'd be glad to lend a hand. This ain't called the Volunteer State fer nuthin'.

PeskyPixie
 - May 13, 2009 10:10 am (#2967 of 2972)
 Golly, am I straightlaced? Sorry about that.   You don't have to disembowel flobberworms; you can just polish the trophies in the school trophy case - without magic.
 
Puck  - May 13, 2009 10:27 am (#2968 of 2972)
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ROTL!!!!!

Actually Kip, I get my name from one of my ancestors, a spritely fellow, friends with a man called William.  
•  *ducks behind a rock in case John comes out firing that marshmallo gun**

Thom Matheson  - May 13, 2009 10:27 am (#2969 of 2972)
Squid dude, in defense of my charge, (that beacon of shining knighthood), have you never heard of filing extentions? We Realtors never leave home without them.

My Lordship, I thought about Bloody Lane, we could change history!

Holly T.  - May 13, 2009 10:43 am (#2970 of 2972)
ROFL!

Legos are expensive, but they last a long time and can be used lots of different ways. Note to duellers: Draco can build some pretty impressive weapons out of Legos if you think they might come in handy, including catapults and guns that actually shoot things (more Legos). You also have to factor in the expense of storage containers to hold the millions of Legos.
 
journeymom  - May 13, 2009 10:50 am (#2971 of 2972)
Always an Apprentice, never a Master
Oh, good, I'm smart and cool!!  I'm embarrassed to admit, it took me a moment to get the Steve Perry referrence. *blush* Maybe not so smart!

Kip Carter - May 13, 2009 10:56 am (#2972 of 2972)  
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kaykay1970, I am sure that John definitely needs all the help that he can muster. And it good to see the members not taking the prose too personal; however why is the "1970" attached to your handle? Was that the year you were born? If so, that is the year my daughter was born. Go Volunteers! After the encounter, you may never volunteer for anything else.

PeskyPixie
, maybe you are not as straightlaced as I thought, just picky ... kinda like the start of your name.  

Puck, glad to know that you are related to royalty. I understand that guy could really shake a spear! Whoa! Don't believe I said that.  I would like to have him on my team. Also don't worry about John, with all that hair, he would probably have trouble getting it out of the way to draw a sight on you.

Thom, I am humbled by your understanding and expertise plus your love for history. Maybe I should step down and make you that "that beacon of shining knighthood" and I become your second. Maybe the Bloody Baron will bring his crew to the encounter. We could possibly even get JKR to come on board and write an epic.. or at least some bigger than The Bard. (Puck, this does not refer to your relationship.)

Holly T., with that castle in the background and the happy face in the foreground, I know I better walk a straight line. Or you may put me away in one of those towers. I am sure the true you is devious. Parlez-vous Francaise? Je ne parle pas Francaise. That's the best I can do right now. Thank for the e-card.

journeymom, see you are smart. It only took you a moment!

I apologize to those who find our words to be against the grain for this marvelous thread; however every so often, it good to stir the sauce, shake it all up and around, just to see where you are, have been, and are heading. Plus it's fun! And we are getting close to the end of this thread.
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Re: Wet Noodle Fight!!

Post  shepherdess on Fri Jun 06, 2014 5:13 am

azi - May 13, 2009 11:26 am (#2973 of 2975)
So many posts...

On the subject of Virginia, my boyfriend will be heading there in June with his parents to look at the battlefields. I will tell him to wave in the vague direction of all you US forumers!

I'm starving, off to get some food (not noodles)! Lovely days to everyone.

Elanor - May 13, 2009 11:57 am (#2976 of 2977)
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Kip: " Parlez-vous Francaise? Je ne parle pas Francaise. That's the best I can do right now. "
What about "En garde!"???? And a few "bottes secrètes" for the duel?
BTW, IMHO,you should forget about the milk, I'll bring some champagne! It will be a "Cuvée Spéciale Mousquetaires de la Reine Jo" of course...
Have a great day all!
Audrey

Thom Matheson - May 13, 2009 12:06 pm (#2977 of 2977)
The pleasure is most certainly mine, sire. Plese let me echo Kip when I say sorry if I have cut loose, a bit too far, except for Journey Mother, oops slipped again. But let us not forget that rock smashing raccoon killing Madame P. There is a team mate, Kip. She can slap the white glove on the hairy one. Probably hits harder then we do anyway. Do you remember where I left my Metamucil?

Madam Pince - May 13, 2009 1:29 pm (#2980 of 2988)
The eyes are the windows to the soul...
Methinks Kip and Thom have been rummaging through the inventory at the Hog's Head...

Jack.Bumbledore - May 13, 2009 2:16 pm (#2981 of 2988)
Established my alternate identity over two years ago, in case I ran out of posts.
I believe I've stumbled into the Closed Ward at St. Mungo's. Just what did my 'brother' stir up. Perhaps it wasn't his doing. Perhaps two gentlemen mistook Texas Pete for Geritol and got a bit fired up?.

Kip, both my brother and I are concerned for your health and hope you don't over exert yourself so soon after your recent procedure. Noodles may be heavy when wet. By the way, are you still taking your pain med? Should you be?

Another funny though occurs to me, What is the true Puck: faerie, goblin, devil or imp? Three of those four do sound like apt descriptions of the old "bullet head." But from our Puck's posting I'd say it was the first and last combinded with dancing.

John sends his gracious thanks to Kaykay and the rest of The Volunteers and especially to Viola Intonada. He's currently searching the archives for references to the archaic subject of duling but finds few sources are electronically accessible. I suggested that it had something to do with a story I heard from Charlie about the devil down in Georgia. If so I told him it was very good that Viola is his second. And that does link nicely with our friends in Tennisee.

On an unrelated not, if Viola is his second, does that mean I am now one of a triplet?

--Jack

Holly T. - May 13, 2009 2:32 pm (#2982 of 2988)
Jack, John, Viola, Thom, Kip, et al.--I must refer you to an article by Kenneth S. Greenberg entitled "The Nose, the Lie, and the Duel in the Antebellum South," American Historical Review, vol. 95, no. 1 (Feb., 1990). It's a 17-page scholarly article about nose-tweaking. Seriously. It doesn't mention noodles, though.

Verity Weasley - May 13, 2009 3:24 pm (#2983 of 2988)
All of these posts by Kip, Thom et al are indeed fun to read, although I have completely forgotten quite how this duel began. I wonder if the protagonists remember?

Viola Intonada - May 13, 2009 6:05 pm (#2986 of 2988)
Kip and Thom, on behalf of John and myself, I accept the terms of the duel being in Virginia. I will arrange for two vats of noodles to be placed 20 paces apart (considering everyone's age, it will be 20 small paces). Noodles will be slung until someone is knocked down or there are no more noodles left.

Please correct me if I am wrong, but it all started when Steve Newton confessed that he was 142 years old when his son was born. Madame P. calculated that Steve is now 159 years old. And accused Kip and Steve of sharing in Nicholas Flamel's secret. Then John accused Thom of also imbibing elixir. Thom took "offense" on behalf of Kip and volunteered to be Kip's second and suggested a wet noodle duel. John asked for a second and I volunteered.
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Post  shepherdess on Fri Jun 06, 2014 5:17 am

boop - May 13, 2009 6:44 pm (#2987 of 2988)
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Kip, I would be glad to bring the Nittany Lion football players. Some of them have been in trouble and need to make up for there mistakes and cleaning up after a wet noodle fight sounds like a fair punishment.

This duel is getting exciting just hearing all this talk. So when is this going to take place. I will need to take the time off work to make the trip to Virg.. I will need to arrange something with JoePa, since I will be taking the football team with me
hugs to all

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Solitaire - May 13, 2009 7:15 pm (#1 of 2992)
Kip, I think UGG boots sound perfect for this shindig! And since you two Wizards will be trying hard to look like Muggles, why not make the UGGs bright pink and add a pair of flowered jams?

jose043 - May 13, 2009 8:32 pm (#2 of 2992)
Hi one and all,

To all those that are having the noodle fight I hope we are going to get some photos for those of us that can't be their it sounds quite fun. Solitaire like the UGG boots and shorts I think the men seniors at that will look extra good.
Ludicrous Patents Office - May 13, 2009 9:19 pm (#4 of 2992)
Lot's to catch up on!

Happy belated Birthday Kip. I hope you survive the upcoming duel so you can celebrate the next 69.

John Bumbledore - May 14, 2009 7:59 am (#9 of 10)
"Life is an oyster and wisdom its pearls." (John Stevens)
Isn't it funny how things have different names even within a "common language."
Are noodles still noodles or is it another cookie vs. biscut term in our uncommon language.
--John

Denise P. - May 14, 2009 8:19 am (#10 of 10)
Ravenclaw Pony
Noodles are noodles, I think.

Mediwitch - May 14, 2009 8:31 pm (#22 of 27)
"We could have all been killed-- or worse, expelled!"
I really can't wait to see this duel in Virginia! I'm planning a trip to Richmond at the end of June; when will the duel occur?

Madam Pince - May 30, 2009 6:47 pm (#357 of 371)
The eyes are the windows to the soul...
So we haven't heard from Kip in awhile -- are we to assume that the noodle duel went badly for him?

Puck - May 31, 2009 6:49 am (#368 of 370)
Mommy, Queen of Everything
But, if another wet noodle fight crops up, I want to be on Steve's team!

Thom Matheson - Jun 23, 2009 7:42 pm (#847 of 847)
Kip, Thank God that the weight limit is a pound. Wet noodles can't be more then a 1/3rd of a gram at best. Keep up with those pitching exercises we practiced. Noodle on, noodle off, (mantra). All aside, get better, NUF SAID!

Madam Pince
- Aug 18, 2009 5:14 am (#1724 of 1728)
The eyes are the windows to the soul...
Yes, welcome to the Forum, Robert and Sarah! Cool Hogwarts airbus! Robert, you and Kip can have a noodle fight to settle who's oldest. He's not been at his top form just lately, but I have to warn you that he's pretty good with a noodle. (Did I miss anyone else who'd need to join in that battle?)

Thom Matheson
- Apr 18, 2010 2:37 pm (#512 of 533)
Me as well Odo. I came here with the mind of a teen, looking for a wet noodle partner, and Kip came in and Mr. Bumbledore backed off crying and well, that was that. No more need to threaten with the old noodle showdown. To this day, I'm still a sixty y/o teen.

Madam Pince
- May 12, 2010 5:59 am (#953 of 960)
The eyes are the windows to the soul...
Our tooth fairy is going to get fired -- she forgot to stop by our house last night. The tooth came out with minimal fuss and bother like we usually have, and she was really really tired apparently, so I guess she just plain forgot... Wahhhh... Perhaps she will be able to make the trip tonight. Little P was disappointed but not as bad as I would've thought.

I'm going to go beat myself with a wet noodle now. Do you menfolks have any left over from one of your battles? (Surely you had one to celebrate Kip's birthday?)
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Re: Wet Noodle Fight!!

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John Bumbledore - Aug 6, 2010 9:16 am (#2345 of 2359)
"I'm not afraid, Harry, I'm with you" (Albus Dumbledore)
There are lots more stars who've cut their hair short. Big woo! I like it! ~ Solitaire
Us 1970ers gotta stick together ~ Marie E. Sure, leave out those of us born in the 60s.
Oh, God. ~ Steve Newton
Soli, spoken like a true shorthair. Some can wear it well short. (I have the strangest feeling I've made a similar post ages ago about some other long hair to short hair celebrity…*did I just hear a squirrel?*)
Steve, erm, does that mean you’re a 50s or 40s? (I was thinking only Kip and Thom are our 40s duo).
Hey, who left all the wet noodles on the floor of the forum?
--John <)B^D≈

journeymom - Aug 6, 2010 10:04 am (#2346 of 2359)
[steps carefully over a wet noodle]

Steve Newton - Aug 6, 2010 10:36 am (#2347 of 2359) Librarian
Steve, erm, does that mean you’re a 50s or 40s? (I was thinking only Kip and Thom are our 40s duo).

Oh, Lord. 40s

HungarianHorntail11 - Aug 6, 2010 11:01 am (#2348 of 2359) Tonks!
You made me LOL, Steve! You wear the 40s well - I've seen those book cart drills!
Madam Pince - Aug 6, 2010 4:09 pm (#2352 of 2359) The eyes are the windows to the soul...
Us 1970ers gotta stick together ~ Marie E.

Sure, leave out those of us born in the 60s. ~Maria

Oh, God. ~Steve N.

***falls off chair laughing***

Where did all these wet noodles come from that are all over the floor? The place looks like the Great Hall after a food fight!

Thom Matheson - Aug 6, 2010 9:32 pm (#2356 of 2359)
What was it you said Denise? "If you can knit and you can purl, you can make almost anything"? A slave to your own skill me thinks. Hee Hee. Great blanket by the way.

Remember Steve that without the 40's there would be no 60's or 70's. A bit of respect if you please. Also there would be no Fury, My Friend Flicka, or Sea Hunt (my personal favorite), and The Mickey Mouse Club.

Now where did I put my Metamucil, and what are all these noodles doing on my floor?

boop - Aug 7, 2010 4:06 pm (#2371 of 2390) Lexicon Forum Mom
I just want to know Who is going to clean this noodle mess up?

Ludicrous Patents Office - Aug 7, 2010 5:44 pm (#2374 of 2390)
Denise I'm jealous. School will be in full swing so I'll have to wait until late in the day. I'm curious as to how quickly books download. If I"m feeling brave I want to stay up until 12 and see if it happens then.

I think those of you who have dogs can help clean up the noodles! Natural vacuum cleaners they are. Cats are pretty useless for that. LPO

Madam Pince - Aug 7, 2010 6:29 pm (#2375 of 2390)
The eyes are the windows to the soul...
Well, sometimes it depends on whether it's something you want cleaned up or not, LPO. For instance, my cat used to think that the silver tinsel strands on the Christmas tree were put there just to be his own personal spaghetti.

Thom Matheson - Sep 25, 2010 3:23 pm (#2412 of 2413)
Kipmeister, good to here from you. John keeps referring to us as "the old guys". Silly man. I could use reenforcements. Where is my collander and noodles?

Solitaire - Sep 25, 2010 3:32 pm (#2413 of 2413)
That's because John is just a teenager, relatively speaking, Thom! He'd better not refer to me as an "old guy," or I'll ... well, I don't know what I'll do, but you can bet the punishment will fit the crime!
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