Friday, May 18, 2007

One Last Jab


Apparently, the word has gotten around that DH can not be trusted at the local Bob's Big Boy. Yes, we are all a bit embarassed. As if he didn't learn his lesson 20 some years ago. And now I promise this is the last time I will mention it. Sorry, honey, just had to get in one last comment. The book is closed. Done. Finito.

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  1. Your office following here in NE is laughing this very moment. "Hey, did you read the latest Blog"? This is great stuff. Joanne

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  2. Joanne,
    Happy to give you all a dose of TGIF laughter.
    Debbie

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  3. Christine,
    Of course it is real. Have I ever led anyone (especially a younger more gullible sister) astray on this blog?
    Don't you recognize the Radio Shack on State Street?
    Debbie

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  4. Deborah...You kinda promised that this "DH Lapse of Judgement" story wouldnt spread beyond ... *sigh* I have SO lost a favorite yarn!

    -RKCD

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  5. RKCD -
    I promised? I don't think so. I would have known I would be incapable of keeping any such commitments.

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  6. DH, mate,

    We have a very short, very apt saying here in Australia, that sums up your current predicament.

    ``You've been well and truly stitched up, mate.''

    Good on you, DH - and good on you, Debbie!

    Cheers

    David

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  7. David,

    I am guessing being stiched up has nothing to do with being in stitches? Because DH is not laughing about this post. Not yet anyway.

    You need to write a book about the sayings from Australia. With a picture and little story/ explanation for each one. Something to consider in your free time!

    Debbie

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  8. Roaring. You had to be in collusion with the manager of the donut shop. But it was worth it.

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  9. there are many books on sayings in Australia... you can start with this one.

    But I think you're right - only David would put the right pic to it.

    :)

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  10. Catmoves,
    I must confess my conspirings had more to do with Internet sign generator programs than resturant managers.

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  11. Ozlady-
    What a great list! I'll use to to translate David's blog from now on.

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