Say It. I Dare You.

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Bless her. She's pregnant, cute as a button, but there is no help for this dress

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Speaking of pregnant... Olivia Wilde looks amazing. She is wearing my dream dress, minus the maternity part. I have always wanted a dress just like this, because it would match my eyes. Not that I would ever have anywhere to wear it.

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Other than that, love Emma W's Dior. Perfect for presenting. Love the dress, pants and different colored shoes.

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When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

I've been eating way to much peanut butter lately..I can't stop.. It's so good
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Stupid app, I've been trying to upload pictures for over a week now. As soon as I can get it to work, I will upload a picture of my painting
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Ninja, Do you know what you need from IKEA? We are trying to figure out how many cars we need to take.

I would also like to stop at a store called Garden Ridge. It is one exit away from IKEA
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Oh, good — I was going to write or call and see what the plan was.

I only want one rug, but it's about 5x7. With that said, however, one never knows......I run into trouble in the lamp area.

The cinnamon rolls I'll be eating on-site, but I may be significantly fatter afterwards.
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I come across the strangest blogs sometimes. I'm wondering around the web, reading a bunch of nothing when I come across a real jewel saying that the idea of someone like Jennifer Lawrence (example given), a woman who likes beer/wings/dogs/video games and has a cruder sense of humor is only a valid or important notion/subject/person for the current cultural moment and/or Gen Y. I will agree that a much bigger deal had been made about this isht by the more celebrity obsessed culture, who likes to analyze every word that comes out of someone/anyones mouth and make accusations about peoples character based on a work of fiction they star in or write. * (It's not so much pondering but pouring out numerous 45 paragraph pieces about "feelingz" on the matter) BUT to assume this type of woman has never really existed before this time and has feminist or anti feminist motives/some type of act behind every action is pretty effing out there. Unless I am missing something and hot dogs used to come with gender restriction labels and video games, satire and dirty minds were just invented in the last 10 years.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??


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Other than that, I also came across some pretty funny blogs personally slamming people for what they write in fiction and assuming it has to be based on their character or personal experiences. This really perplexes me. Are you honestly spending a great deal of your time trying to figure out if the author hates women, or ...? Yes, some will use slight inspiration from personal experience, but they are completely free to embellish and take their mind/readers to a dark and twisted place without actually being dark and twisted themselves. I have 2 good friends who write rather disturbing horror novels. Both are incredibly good people who are married, have children, love their families and one is deeply religious. Both just love the horror genre, and feel free to let their mind wander. Who they are rarely relates to the people they create. They might use names of people they know, just as a thank you for being a friend. A character named after me was in novel, but went down in blaze of glory!! Another character which is a combo of me and someone else, but with a different name, survived until the bitter end.

Both had a few facts thrown in so they could be identified, were heavily embellished, and not based on any actual apocalyptic experiences from our tween and teen years.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

Ok. Cool. I can drive. I just have to get that mannequin out of my trunk, LOL. I don't really have anything major, just frames and stuff like that. My friend is going to buy a bookcase so she's the troublemaker in the bunch

I think you will like these friends. Very weird and one is a dog lover
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Oh, good I was going to write or call and see what the plan was.

I only want one rug, but it's about 5x7. With that said, however, one never knows......I run into trouble in the lamp area.

The cinnamon rolls I'll be eating on-site, but I may be significantly fatter afterwards.
Originally Posted by claudine191
I bought this at IKEA last week - LOVE!!! Supposedly, theirs is the only light bulb that fits, so I bought one for $8. Got it home and it's way too bright, so I used a nightlight bulb...30 cents.

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I'm fairly certain that given a cape and a nice tiara, I could save the world." - Leigh Standley

I think you will like these friends. Very weird and one is a dog lover
Originally Posted by scrills
this is an awesome description of wonderful people!
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kasdan, i have two of those lamps in orange in the smaller size, i think they were discontinued a few years ago. i just LOVE them!

i wish i could go to Ikea with scrills and ninja...

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http://labellatestarossa.blogspot.ca/

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I am looking at IKEA Hacker.

I think this is a wonderful idea. add this to my shopping list. I was wondering how I would have a garden this year. The containers looks messy and the space I want to use is now a beehive

I am calling the branch we're visiting to confirm they have my rug in stock.

Are you sure you should move a beehive?

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Good call (on checking stock)

No, not moving the beehive. Going to use the things aboce to container garden instead
I have kasden's lamps too! Small ones in white.
3b in South Australia.
the Ikea app tells you how much stock is available at each store.

yes, i am a TOTAL Ikea nerd!



in other news... Evil Coworker is looking for another job! geez, i hope she gets one!

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I would be a big Ikea nerd, if I had one near me. The closest stores are all a few hours away, in different directions. I like to go and look at several things as opposed to seeing a picture and ordering. If I don't have to wear it or it's not a focal point in my house, I will do a little online shopping, but other than that... Forget it! I'm not going through all the extra hassle to return something, especially when it comes to home furnishings. It's a big enough pain in the ass with clothes. Don't like, box back up, drive, ship back. I'd rather walk in, try it on and walk out.


I wonder if we will ever get one. Pier 1 was a common in some of the larger towns, but they went out of business. Now 90% of our local furniture stores have gone out of business or closed after many years because no one wanted to take them over. I guess we are kind of screwed in that department, unless you go to all the outlets in Hickory. It's a home furnishing explosion there. It takes 3 days to look at everything. Seriously. I was there for 6 hours and only made it through one building with 4 floors. I couldn't take the vomitus amounts of furniture any longer.
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When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??


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