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Old 08-08-2011, 06:54 PM   #26481
 
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TRBL I hope tomorrow is better.

It cracks me up that my 24 almost 25 year old daughter uses the word shenanigans!! It seems like an old person word (like one her mother should be using but rarely does).


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Old 08-08-2011, 07:00 PM   #26482
 
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Dustcatcher? Check.
Roll brush? Check.
Pin trap? Check.
Motor? Check.

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Old 08-08-2011, 07:49 PM   #26483
 
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TRBL I hope tomorrow is better.

It cracks me up that my 24 almost 25 year old daughter uses the word shenanigans!! It seems like an old person word (like one her mother should be using but rarely does).


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Ack! I use shenanigans all the time! Guess I'm old!
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TRBL I hope tomorrow is better.

It cracks me up that my 24 almost 25 year old daughter uses the word shenanigans!! It seems like an old person word (like one her mother should be using but rarely does).


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Me, too, TRBL.

And I'm 22 and I use the word shenanigans! Mostly to call "Shenanigans!" on some ridiculous claim. It's a fun word.
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Old 08-08-2011, 08:38 PM   #26485
 
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TheraBreath oral rinse works. I didn't have "killer tornado breath" this morning.
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Old 08-08-2011, 09:34 PM   #26486
 
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Dentist: So what year are you going into?
Me: Actually, I recently graduated. I'm out in the real world!
Dentist: Oh, so any college plans?
Me: *has to think a moment* Oh! I actually just graduated from college.
Dentist: What? Really??
Hygienist: You look so young!

This prompted me to share about the lady at the airport in South Dakota who checked my ID with a little light to see if it was real, which amused them, and they said, "Well, it's a good thing to look young, it's a compliment," and I agreed and said I'm going to love this when I'm thirty. It's so funny, I had no clue she wasn't talking about college at first - I just assumed!

I don't see there being enough difference between normal 16 and 22 year olds for people to be surprised when one looks like the other, but then, I have no hope of trying to guess people's ages. I've never cared, never tried and certainly never succeeded.
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Old 08-08-2011, 09:37 PM   #26487
 
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TheraBreath oral rinse works. I didn't have "killer tornado breath" this morning.
Wow, it worked overnight? Did you use their toothpaste as well? I'm not sure if that would make any difference, but I know if it takes down morning breath I'm interested in trying it.
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Old 08-08-2011, 09:50 PM   #26488
 
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Crap, I missed hitting the mosquito by a fraction of an inch.

Recently at work: customer sent back creme caramel because it "was more like flan". Well, yeah. Creme caramel IS flan, you twit. Creme caramel = French, also known as creme renversee. Flan = Spanish. The only thing I can think of that would make said customer less of a twit is if they confused creme caramel with crema Catalana, which is more like creme brle, or they straight up thought it was creme brle instead of creme caramel.
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TheraBreath oral rinse works. I didn't have "killer tornado breath" this morning.
Wow, it worked overnight? Did you use their toothpaste as well? I'm not sure if that would make any difference, but I know if it takes down morning breath I'm interested in trying it.
Yep, it worked overnight, so says my husband. It also reduced the white thrush on my tongue, which has always bothered me. I just bought the toothpaste tonight so I'll try that too and report back.

Note: The oral rinse was $4 cheaper at WalMart than where I originally purchased mine from.
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TheraBreath oral rinse works. I didn't have "killer tornado breath" this morning.
That line is pretty good. I use the toothpaste and rinse at night. It feels weird not to be all minty, but it really does work.
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Old 08-08-2011, 10:12 PM   #26491
 
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I just ordered some TheraBreath (was getting some other stuff from Walgreens online anyways).

Didn't even know it existed so thanks for mentioning it.
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I wish I knew what I did to my wrist. I have a fairly high pain tolerance, but I'm not sure how I'm going to get through a busy tomorrow if I can't use it. Too much mouse time at work, maybe?
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Old 08-08-2011, 11:30 PM   #26493
 
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I bet people can't wait to go to London for the Olympics next year. I can see the travel companies advertising it as 'come to London, do the 100m faster than Usain Bolt as rioters chase you down the street!'
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Old 08-09-2011, 05:19 AM   #26494
 
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TRBL I hope tomorrow is better.

It cracks me up that my 24 almost 25 year old daughter uses the word shenanigans!! It seems like an old person word (like one her mother should be using but rarely does).


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Ack! I use shenanigans all the time! Guess I'm old!
Noo I was not saying that anyone using it was old honest!! It just seems like an old fashioned word but appears to have made a come back and because I am out of the loop (old) I missed it!!


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Old 08-09-2011, 08:49 AM   #26496
 
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Let me know how you guys like Therabreath once you try it!
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LOL, I just ran across a blog that claimed the Don't Feed the Geese campaign was a conspiracy to keep people from getting up close and person with them and that wildlife agents wanted to keep them to themselves.
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The morning stomach ache.

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Old 08-09-2011, 10:18 AM   #26499
 
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Sorry you're not feeling great, ninja.

I have a haircut with a new stylist in ONE HOUR and I am nerrrrvous.
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Aw, I'm okay. Thanks.
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