Tuesday Mash

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If Rapunzel’s hair were long enough to allow someone to use it to climb up, it proves that she suffered from a massive lack of critical thinking. She could have tied her hair to something in the tower, cut it, and climbed down herself. – From The Book, “X’s Stolen Ideas From Children’s Stories.”

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I thought my apartment simplex was a horror show. I can walk to Elm Street in 3 minutes. Though the streets are dark and shadowy, Mr Krueger will not show his face.


PS. A clever person messaged me and said, ” Duh it’s too warm to have a sweater on out there.”
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My name is the truest palindrome in our language. It’s omnidirectional. I don’t know why, but the number of people asking about my name has escalated over the last few months. There are times when I wish I’d chosen a 23-letter name, one that sounds like a mouthful of crickets and consonants. đŸ™‚.

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A creative friend wrote this off-handedly; it’s funny and I think I could write a book with this sentence as the preamble.

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Worst football game ever!

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2 thoughts on “Tuesday Mash”

  1. Xcellent graphic!
    Also: Just before reading Nicole’s words on FB, I was toying with the idea of making banana pudding. Now in our fridge is a fresh batch, made just before (unexpectedly) seeing her quote again!

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