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Ellie James
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Posted: 16 May 12 14:09
Who doesn't like Cadbury eggs? And they are only available here from Feb 15 til Easter.

So I do stock up and I don't share!

Don't like tea though....unless its herbal.

Ellie

Oh. They've encased him in Carbonite. He should be quite well protected. If he survived the freezing process, that is.
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Posted: 16 May 12 14:11
you're a keeper Ellie.


Ellie James
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Posted: 16 May 12 16:43
My favorite tea you ask? Ginger....I get fresh ginger root, cut a little off, peel it, and let it boil for a bit, then it sits in the scalding water.

Presto....greatest tea ever. And, it can get rid of a sore tummy, help sore throats, and quite possibly, though it's not been proven, be used for fuel.

But, I'm a freak! What do I know...I also drink aloe vera juice. Yes! Seriously.

And, my kid has not said anything witty. However, I'm a horrible mother because I didn't buy chocolate chip cookies!

Ellie

Oh. They've encased him in Carbonite. He should be quite well protected. If he survived the freezing process, that is.
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Posted: 16 May 12 16:56
I keep waiting for the punch line...
It's got to be here somewhere.
Where's the flippin' punch line?

Ginger's never been that funny to me, nor aloe vera. Now, sassafras, use that in a sentence, or succotash, preceded by "sufferin'" and we may just have the makings of a great snippet...


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Posted: 16 May 12 17:01
The punch line drowned in the tea....

There was no punch line.

Oh. They've encased him in Carbonite. He should be quite well protected. If he survived the freezing process, that is.
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Posted: 16 May 12 17:42
That's ok Ellie. Kinda got off track there anyway. It's about the kids.

While I don't have young ones at home now to pick for material, I did find this mildly amusing

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Posted: 19 May 12 15:47
This has some of the same kid writing as i've posted before, but some are different.

I love the Heavy metal bands, and a few pages on, there is a bizarre comment about a fox and a snake that made me laugh.

Kid's school papers

Oh. They've encased him in Carbonite. He should be quite well protected. If he survived the freezing process, that is.
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Posted: 21 May 12 22:28
My nephew came up to my brother and said "I want some orange juice!"

Bro says to him 'I want some orange juice what?"

"I want some orange juice dad!!"


"I want some orange juice what dad?"


"I WANT SOME ORANGE JUICE WHAT'S IN THE FRIDGE DAD!!!!"

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Posted: 22 Jun 12 17:37
East London kid was he Lyntypops? Love it!!

Now then I was just hoovering up the scoff and noticed some sheets of paper on the table that the missus had brought home from school to sort into some sort of order.

They were mainly kid's drawings, the usual sort of stuff, people with enormous heads sporting alarmingly coloured hair perched atop matchstick man bodies and all that old caper. Then I spotted a few sheets containing kid's answers to a little questionnaire on staying safe on the streets. Amongst the words of wisdom were the following:

STAY CLOSS TO MUMY

DONT TAKL TO STRANGRES

BE ALLERT FOR A SHOC.

Then I spotted a small card that one of the kids had presented her with sporting a pretty abstract depiction of her, presumably and judging by the rather unlikely aspect of her hair, during the course of having 20 billion volts passed through her body.

Inside were the following words:

THAK YOU FOR BEEN THE BEST TEACHER EVER AND FOR REEDING TO THE CAT EVERY DAY.

When I queried this with "teecher" she told me the kid meant to say "reading to the class" She then went on to say that they were the worst students she can remember but is hoping they'll improve when they leave school in a few weeks to start life in the workplace.

THE SATIRIST'S SAFE HOUSE.....IT AINT HALF SSHITE MUM
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Posted: 22 Jun 12 17:50
S'good to know our future's in safe hands, innit Dantsy?

No-one speaks English and everything's broken.
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Posted: 22 Jun 12 20:25
Next year when I teach kindergarten, I'll have to read to the cat!

I also think "Be alert to shok" is sound advice.

Ellie

Oh. They've encased him in Carbonite. He should be quite well protected. If he survived the freezing process, that is.

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