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wayjen
I am sitting here loading with a hot water bottle on my lap.

Yesterday it felt like all my organs were frozen.

 

*I must not comment, I MUST NOT COMMENT.*

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alloway65
Yesterday it felt like all my organs were frozen.

 

Cheaper than Viagra!!!!!:angel:

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voldermort
cheaper than viagra!!!!!:angel:

 

lol......

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alloway65
Cheaper than Viagra!!!!!:angel:

 

But a tad more more painful for "all" concerned!!!!!:whistling:

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Not1CentMore
As the saying goes across all internet forums, "pictures or it didn't happen".

 

Alrighty then, Wayne... however,

 

Disclaimer: Not responsible for illness ('turning green around the gills'), psych expenses (padded rooms) or Forum 'crashing', etc.

 

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Ruthie

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svw
But a tad more more painful for "all" concerned!!!!!:whistling:

 

Sounds like "frozen assets"...

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wayjen
alrighty then, wayne... However,

 

disclaimer: not responsible for illness ('turning green around the gills'), psych expenses (padded rooms) or forum 'crashing', etc.

 

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ruthie

 

ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

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wayjen

If I'm not mistaken, I think if you sit on a cold surface you get POLARROIDS, I hear POLAR BEARS suffer from it.

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Little Miss Muffet
*I must not comment, I MUST NOT COMMENT.*

 

I was referring to my lungs,liver,kidneys etc

The rest froze long ago:angel:

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voldermort
I was referring to my lungs,liver,kidneys etc

The rest froze long ago:angel:

 

Can Francis not resuscitate you? :sad2:

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wayjen

ha ha ha now..now ladies enough about frozen assets please.

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Not1CentMore
Sounds like "frozen assets"...

 

And when warm weather finally arrives, those 'frozen' assets will become 'liquid' assets. Hope it is a slow 'warming'. Otherwise, there might be a 'run-off' with 'stuff' all over the floor; gooey lung here, slimey kidney there... all flopping like 'fish outta water'.

 

Ruthie

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lilythepink

Well all brass monkeys in Grahamstown have gone into hiding - yes, it is really that cold. Right now the temperature outside is 5 deg! BRRRRR.

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Cali Craft and Gems

Don't know what the temp is this morning, but it is (beep beep) cold! (just checked the site - it's just over 3 degrees!)

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Not1CentMore
Well all brass monkeys in Grahamstown have gone into hiding - yes, it is really that cold. Right now the temperature outside is 5 deg! BRRRRR.

 

'Urban Legend' (although it has been passed from generation to generation, 'down heeeaaahhh', as true): During the Civil War, cannon balls were stored in 'holders' made of brass called a 'monkey'. In extremely cold weather, the brass would constrict and the cannon balls would 'pop out', falling on the ground, thus the saying, "It is cold enough to freeze the balls off a brass monkey".

 

True or not, there are days, in the 'dead of winter', body parts get so cold they feel like they are either gonna shrivel up or fall off. Neither of which is good....

 

Ruthie

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Pathway

Ruthie, what on earth is a 'wife beater'? I bet the thought of you scantily clad warmed Admin up no end!!!

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Not1CentMore
Ruthie, what on earth is a 'wife beater'? I bet the thought of you scantily clad warmed Admin up no end!!!

 

Oh, mercy... when one is 'over the hill and through the woods', one doesn't 'warm up' anyone - unless it is from them working up a sweat running as far and as fast as they can in the opposite direction.

 

A 'wife beater' is one of those Southern terms for a ribbed, sleeveless man's T-shirt (undershirt). Some gals, especially 20-something or so, wear them 'up close and personal' but most wear them a tad large or 'the bigger the better'. I fall into the latter; normal size 8/10 in ladies - 3X or 4X in a 'wife beater'. They are usually worn 'standing alone'; nothing over...or under. If we have to go to town, we 'harness up' and grab a 'to size'. Kickin' back....well, 'loose as a goose' is good. And they go with 'dang near' anything from shorts to jeans to skorts and denim skirts. If long enough, and you live in the 'boonies', they go well with boxers, 'boy shorts' or 'drillies'....especially if the temperature has gone 'well past' 'fry'.

 

Shoot-a-bug, we don't need the new trends off the 'runway', we just 'mosey' down to Walmart and buy a new 3-Pack of Hanes. :biggrin:

 

Ruthie

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svw

Ruthie - loved your description of a "wife beater" but what on earth are "drillies" ?

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Not1CentMore

'Drillies', also called 'drawers', are underwear; panties.

 

My G'ma always called them 'drillies'. Mama called them 'drawers'. Down here, it is 'drawers'...with a couple of letters missing and another couple added; 'draaaw's'.

 

Ruthie

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svw
'Drillies', also called 'drawers', are underwear; panties.

 

My G'ma always called them 'drillies'. Mama called them 'drawers'. Down here, it is 'drawers'...with a couple of letters missing and another couple added; 'draaaw's'.

 

Ruthie

 

...thanks for that - I was thinking they were either army boots or dungarees..

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lilythepink

Americanese is such a different language from English (well SA English anyway). Have you ever asked an American what a "rubber" is?

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Not1CentMore
Americanese is such a different language from English (well SA English anyway). Have you ever asked an American what a "rubber" is?

 

Well... let's just say that here they don't go on your feet. :whistling:

 

Ruthie

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lilythepink

We know that you call them "erasers", Ruthie! We call them rubbers! :colbert:

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Not1CentMore

Janet... I am now scratching my head. "Erasers" / "Rubbers". Maybe I am too dadburned 'mature' to be 'in' on the new lingo, but erasers are found on a pencil, opposite end of the lead and rubbers, well.... If 'rain gear', we call what goes on the feet golashes.

 

Ruthie

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wayjen

We say chips and you say fries, I had problems ordering at Burger King in Fort Lauderdale with this one.

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