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MoJoRiSin 07-15-2008 09:37 PM

I was watching this when I figured out what
"all that glitters is gold" was referring to


(make sure you have your sound turned audible :)

The aha moment was to realize
Stairway to Heaven is
NOT about drugs. :) :) :)

zero 07-16-2008 08:34 AM


+thank you for giving us this highdive happy

MoJoRiSin 07-16-2008 10:22 AM

What flashes in my mind now?
"The David" statue
and all his cohorts
setting up shop in Caesars' Palace
dispute his
small penis
(henceforce a row of stars is shorthand for what "am I thinking now?")
************************************************** *********
Any man who has the balls to name his company
deserves to be
the richest man
in the world

MoJoRiSin 07-16-2008 10:40 AM

(actually, I almast posted this under
"exercise in futility" ;)


Frieda 07-16-2008 11:41 AM

the spring roll stand replaced the fish stand again :)

MoJoRiSin 07-16-2008 04:02 PM


this used to give me a big happy to watch when my computer had this glitch: no audio ;)

MoJoRiSin 07-18-2008 08:36 PM

I know this should probably be posted under
"random posts" my daughter showed it to me yesterday....
[don't give up on it until you have watched it for one
minute and 30 seconds at least :)


Brynn 07-19-2008 08:11 PM

brightpearl 07-19-2008 10:29 PM


Hyakujo's Fox 07-19-2008 10:50 PM

hmm... could be dangerous in the wrong hands. ;)

brightpearl 07-19-2008 10:58 PM

There are no wrong hands when one is speaking of cake.

Odbe 07-20-2008 02:24 AM

^^^ I think somehow I have been waiting for that my whole life.

Anyway, if you'll excuse a good ramble, I was thinking of all you guys when I saw this.

On the long bus trip to Canberra I was sitting in front of a group of small children, siblings and friends I think. The mother of the siblings was telling them to shut up, not very nicely which was sad.

It was a cold early morning and the windows fogged up and the children began drawing on them, writing in crooked letters and making stars and love hearts. They all put their little hand prints on the windows and it struck me that some of them were Aboriginal and some weren't (hand prints are part of traditional Aboriginal art) but it was the most beautiful thing to see them all there together. The little girl whose mother had told her to shut up was writing 'I (heart) Mummy' and that pulled at my heart.

I heard one of them ask, 'Are we going to see Pooh Bear?' and all of a sudden I realised I had forgotten for years that there is a little cave by the roadside in that area which is known as Pooh's Corner and there is a toy bear someone has put there which is known as Pooh Bear.

The children were all pressed up against the window kilometres before the bus got to Pooh's Corner. They reminded me vividly of how I used to do the very same thing, pressing up to the glass just to catch a three-second glimpse of Pooh as the car passed. A little boy poked his head between the head rests of the seats, bright-eyed, quite unafraid and asked me if I was 'looking for Pooh'. I told him yes, I was.

Hyakujo's Fox 07-20-2008 05:26 AM


welcome back!

Brynn 07-20-2008 09:36 PM

that's a great story, Odbe :)


Originally Posted by brightpearl (Post 393705)

I just saw this and my son and I are eating it right this instant. Talk about making fun happen in 5 minutes! We didn't have cake flour, so we just used regular flour, so you should have heard the squealing when most of the ingredients were hanging suspended halfway down the mug - all without dropping and making a mess.:D thanks pearly.

Yesterday, my daughter and I were in Burger King for breakfast. Yeah, I know, but it was her 17th birthday and she begged me...so as we were walking in, she nudged me and whispered "Mom - mom! - watch that kid..."
She nodded to this very little 4 or 5 year old boy who had been following his mom to their table with his food, but halfway there he was so excited that he couldn't contain himself and had stopped in his tracks to open the prize in his kid's meal. He was whispering to himself and jumping up and down and clapping very small fast claps and doing a little mini happy dance, saying "Pokemon cards! I've got Pokemon cards!!!! Wow! Wow!
Remember when something like that was the most important wonderful thing that could happen in a whole day?
My daughter and I smiled at each other and got a big happy from his happy.

As my daughter ordered, she said "I know it's not a kid's meal, but...do you think maybe I could get some Pokemon cards with that?"
The woman behind the counter looked at her very dubiously. Then she looked at me. I shrugged.
"Oh come on now," said my daughter. "It's my birthday, you know!" The lady smiled, looked around to see if the manager was watching, and sneaked a pack of Pokemon cards into her bag, whispering and laughing, "Happy birthday."

My daughter then turned around, smiled at the little boy, wiggled her finger for him to come closer, and handed him the Pokemon cards.
The look that came over his face - he couldn't believe what had just happened to him. He had a fit of sheer joy. His invisible tail started wagging furiously.
"Oh! Wow! More Pokemon cards!" He was so excited, he ran yelling through the restaurant. "Mom! Mom! That girl gave me her cards too!!!!"

MoJoRiSin 07-20-2008 10:06 PM

^^ thank you for sharing !!
watching their eyes is my favorite part ;)

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