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1690.       catwoman
8933 posts
 02 Apr 2008 Wed 11:53 pm

Quoting girleegirl:

A one hour meeting this morning turned into a THREE hours. If you book an hour to meet with me, keep it to an hour!!!!!!!!
Offff..my head hurts now!!!

Don't people realize I have more important things to do with my time? I could have been HERE!!!


LMAO!!!! lol lol lol lol

1691.       Daydreamer
3743 posts
 03 Apr 2008 Thu 11:40 am

Quoting libralady:



Why oh why do the Jehovahs and Mormons think it is perfectly OK to come to your door and "try" and convert you. It really does make me mad!



That reminded me of the Black Books episode when two Jehova Witnesses knock on Bernard's door and ask the usual "Would you like to talk about God?". Bernard, trying to postpone doing accounting answers "Yes, as a matter of fact I would." That leaves the two guys astonished and insecure, one asks the other "And? What should we do now?" The other one replies "I have no idea, I've never got that far" lol

I'd always either slam the door when I saw JW or I'd tell them I praise Satan and need to hurry or the cat I'm cooking will get burnt.

1692.       catwoman
8933 posts
 03 Apr 2008 Thu 11:43 am

Quoting Daydreamer:

I'd always either slam the door when I saw JW or I'd tell them I praise Satan and need to hurry or the cat I'm cooking will get burnt.


OMG, you are a scary girl! I'm afraid some of them were worried that you'd like to cook them next!
lol

1693.       Deli_kizin
6376 posts
 03 Apr 2008 Thu 03:16 pm

In the Netherlands, the common YW phrase is: We are here to bring Jesus.

It is a very lame joke, but I (or my parents or sister) always close the door saying: Oh put him in the backyard please, I will unwrap him as soon as I have time.


1694.       Daydreamer
3743 posts
 03 Apr 2008 Thu 03:22 pm

Good one DK
And I love this cartoon (with special dedication to you - you know why):

1695.       Deli_kizin
6376 posts
 03 Apr 2008 Thu 03:26 pm

Quoting Daydreamer:





Are you saying that IIIII am a Cheese Yehova?




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lol

1696.       Daydreamer
3743 posts
 03 Apr 2008 Thu 03:31 pm

Quoting Deli_kizin:



Are you saying that IIIII am a Cheese Yehova?

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lol



Sure, Ms Old Amsterdam Deli-K-atessen

1697.       teaschip
3870 posts
 03 Apr 2008 Thu 05:16 pm

I'm having a fence installed tomorrow at my house. But now it's suppose to rain. I hope nobody falls in the 24 holes that are dug in my yard. I can see it now a possible lawsuit. Why doesn't Mother Nature cooperate?

1698.       busyb
117 posts
 24 Sep 2010 Fri 05:19 pm

The cost of pushchairs! I was looking through a catalouge and one was £819 and that was without the "accessories"!! {#emotions_dlg.noway} and they were advertising it in WHITE! Have these people never had children? {#emotions_dlg.confused}{#emotions_dlg.head_bang}

1699.       Daydreamer
3743 posts
 24 Sep 2010 Fri 05:38 pm

 

Quoting busyb

The cost of pushchairs! I was looking through a catalouge and one was £819 and that was without the "accessories"!! {#emotions_dlg.noway} and they were advertising it in WHITE! Have these people never had children? {#emotions_dlg.confused}{#emotions_dlg.head_bang}

 

Forget it! It´s pointless to spend so much on a pushchair you don´t know you´ll like in 3 months (unless of course money is not an issue for you). I remember looking for a pram for my son and the prices in M&P started from 800 euro. No way! I decided to buy something way cheaper - you just have to see that the child can lie comfortably flat for the first 3 months or so. then you can buy a new one that´s less of a pram and more of a pushchair. One thing I hate are travel systems, especially when women use car seats for walks. It´s not the healthiest way for a newborn. They should lie flat, not curled up.

1700.       busyb
117 posts
 24 Sep 2010 Fri 05:44 pm

 

Quoting Daydreamer

 

 

Forget it! It´s pointless to spend so much on a pushchair you don´t know you´ll like in 3 months (unless of course money is not an issue for you). I remember looking for a pram for my son and the prices in M&P started from 800 euro. No way! I decided to buy something way cheaper - you just have to see that the child can lie comfortably flat for the first 3 months or so. then you can buy a new one that´s less of a pram and more of a pushchair. One thing I hate are travel systems, especially when women use car seats for walks. It´s not the healthiest way for a newborn. They should lie flat, not curled up.

 

Don´t worry Daydreamer, I don´t intend to pay £819 for a push chair, even if I did have that sort of money I still wouldn´t. It´s ridiculous, not to mention it wasn´t even that nice looking anyway {#emotions_dlg.lol}

 

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