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September 14, 2008

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Ralphie

You crack me up. You should write your own "The Miseries of Human Life".

a thousand shades of twilight

Glad you enjoyed it,sweetie! :)
As a great Maudlin Vegetarian once said: I can laugh about it now, but at the time it was terrible..
I think my problem with writing such a book would be working out how to cut down on the wealth of suitable material that life has presented me thus far...

Elizabeth

I would pay good money to see the oops!-no-chair scene. And you have to be extraordinarily clever and creative to break the toilet seat while changing clothes!

But seriously, after a week like that, I would need that high-octane pain killer known as Haagen Daz.

Elizabeth

P.S. When I visit your site, all the songs you have on it start playing at once, and I must say, it makes quite a plaintive chorus!

a thousand shades of twilight

Ha!! I think people falling over is always hilarious and that there should be more of it. I would not make you pay - I will fall for free, as long as someone appreciates my efforts! And it's kind of you to point out the creativity involved in breaking a toilet seat - I still for the life of me don't know how I did it.. Haagen Daaz sounds like a much better alternative than booze, which can lead to further maudlin thoughts!
PS Sorry about the cacophony of woe! I won't be offended if you approach my site with the speakers on mute, as I can imagine it's only going to get more cacophonous and more woeful!!

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