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    I knew it was gonna be a rough one when I got up this morning and went to brush my teeth and I couldn't remember where I put them.
    May the wind at you back .....
    Not be from Lunch.

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    Boy do I !

    I Know a fellow ,who went to a bachalor ,party ,yrs ago ,who got bombed,next morning ,5 hrs later ,was rudely awaken ,to quickly get dressed and ready for the wedding in an hour ,could not find his teeth ,every body scrambled ever where he had been in the house the nite before ,and found nothing ,finally after 20 minutes some one ask where he last had them ,He reached to his mouth and said right here ,and the exclaimed ,I be dammed ,their in my mouth but I can't feel them ! He is still reminded of it 45 yrs later. He quit drinking after that.

    So yeah there are days like that and they seem to live forever!

    Carl
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        Wocca wocca
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            LOL Rob! - recently my days have started off bad on two occasions when in the 'poshy' bathroom of my new apartment in the early hours I've accidentally sat onthe bidet instead of the toilet to crap! Must learn to turn the light on first instead of feeling my way to avoid that glare of artificial light blasting the eyes!

            And yes, I did realize my mistake in time - LOL!!
            Jim in Mexico

            Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.
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