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746.43

Posted by Allison on May 7, 2008

What the heck!

I’m tired.

I’m sober (out of booze)

I’m hungry (for chocolate, not REAL food)

I’ve got a case of SSS.

I’ve got gas.

It’s hump day (and I haven’t been humped)

And a lady at the library took the knitting book that I wanted off the shelf RIGHT in front of me!

I’m going to read blogs and fart until dh gets the hint and goes and buys me some coolers…..maybe I can strike a couple off my list…..mostly the hump day thing.

3 Responses to “746.43”

  1. Shelly said

    Um, trying not to be a total dope here, but what the hell are these “coolers” you speak of?

    Feel free to embarrass me with that information right here on the board if you need to…I might deserve it.

  2. allison said

    Oh Shelly, sweet Shelly…..coolers are alcoholic beverages that taste like juice and can be adapted for time of year. For example, Mike’s Hard Lemonade, Vex Strawberry Mango or for the Christmas season Hard Cranberry Coolers….same alcohol content as beer (well CANADIAN beer not that swill you people call beer). I would say more but then you might run for the border to buy some, I hear your susceptible….torso pants anyone?

  3. Shelly said

    Aaaah, COOLERS! Yes, I know of the coolers…I drink many coolers.

    The run for the border will be a little tougher now that I’m living in Alabama…might need a break from the heat sometime soon, though, so, you never know when you might see me.

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