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June 07, 2008


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Smalltown Mom

I love that you can remember these great quotes. I heard something funny at lunch yesterday but now it is gone gone gone out of the sieve of my head.

At dinner tonight, the waitress announced the specials and the elderly customer said, "But why is that special?"


This was so fun - like reading a cute little book on witty sayings - too cute!

Have a good weekend - Kellan


OH, man...you all have fun over there at Juggling Lifedom!


Thanks for the smiles.
After a week like this one, I needed that this morning!


such a witty group you are, but that hubby of yours! cracked me up!


You should have a STAGE in your house....it is full of comedians. Love it!!!


Ooooh--you are a FUNNY family! Those were great!


I love your family....


Has DB seen that 24 year old BEYOND hot blond school teacher on So You Think You Can Dance? No doubt in my mind she's wearing a thong. Or two.


Hubby's comment cracked me up. Although being catholic I get always look up when I laugh at those lines.


What a joyous household - love the incense comment especially. Sounds like something my husband would come up with.


Toss the salad. Mwahahahahahahaha.

standing still

Your husband's whole soul embracing of his Catholic roots is substantially better than some I know.


Hee hee. I grew up Catholic and that was just plain funny!


That comment about the teacher's thong nearly made me spit out my soda!

Also- yes, my brother has a website (http://www.ryanmolenkamp.com) I've put that on my post now! Thank You! :)


Oh, you're right - he IS funny! And I'm glad to hear the kids don't stop saying funny things either once they pass a certain age. (I was getting scared my 7-year-old would be leaving me high and dry soon!)


Love the incense one. But I absolutely DETEST the smell of incense. I'd rather smell pretty much anything else nasty and vile. . . just no incense.

Jennifer H

You do have a clever husband. The girls have a point about the thong.


I love these, you guys totally crack me up!

Sue @ My Party of 6

Hahaha! I hate the smell of incense too. But could you go back to the part about Danger Boy DOING THE DISHES again? Wow...

phd in yogurtry

"it was originally to cover the smell of sex with altar boys."

hahaha! I like his quick wit, too!!


The teacher's thong story is priceless, and Mr. Fix-It is indeed funny.


danger boy and the paper clamps. you're a good sport.


Honours English, hey? teehee. Love the blog moment.

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