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This one fell out of a chicken and mustard sandwich of longitudinal surprise that was attached to a D notice found in a skip.
This is part seven and introduces some angels into the equation with a twist of some others things as well to soup it all up.
This is part six and is about the same size as a large puddle of despair found on any cinema floor after the romance movie has ended.
This one fell out of a bucket and so wrote itself and is part four
The space between where we are and where we are not is sometimes only a thought away; all that lies in between is usually called reality; understanding this is what amounts to normal for most people.
I have no idea what this one is about so if anyone does then let me know...
It all could start with "Damn, I should have done that!" or it could end with, "I did it!" Life is like the fork in the road when it comes to opportunity, you only know what you should or should not have done after you did it. This is that story.
Making people to laugh isn't easy, but this lady really achieved it.
This is part one of the pirate's gold and introduces Jimmy the five fingered hand and Slip the evil slipper.
This is a funny list of things that bother me in the house and how I react to them.
It's a funny thing, but I thought up this article as I was walking up the road to this library I am doing this article at. It is a set of thoughts and musings on current politics and situations. I hope it is at least interesting.
Don't you just love it when you're really into a movie and the next thing you know is you're coming in to land and the screen goes off with not even a: that's all folks.
This is part three of The Cycles of Thirst in which I have to find the hero in me pretty quick to beat it out of the coal shed.
Find out how much of an Albertan you really are. Did you grow up in Alberta, do you love Alberta, are you a true Albertan? Take this fun quiz. Keep track of how many "yeses" you get and check at the bottom
There are several words that do not make sense in English, but native English speakers do not question them like people following a religion do not question inconsistencies. I am going to highlight a few that amuse me.
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