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I am about to do my usual hot, dirty Friday evening activity that gets me all worked up and sweaty.

No this isn't Fifty Shades material. Time to put on the White Album and start mowing.

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Ahhh Girl said
I am about to do my usual hot, dirty Friday evening activity that gets me all worked up and sweaty.

No this isn't Fifty Shades material. Time to put on the White Album and start mowing.

That must be pretty cool when you're doing your usual hot, dirty Friday evening activity, getting all worked up and sweaty, listening to the White Album… and Paul sings "Find me in my field of grass…" :)

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Ahhh Girl said
I am about to do my usual hot, dirty Friday evening activity that gets me all worked up and sweaty.

No this isn't Fifty Shades material. Time to put on the White Album and start mowing.

That must be pretty cool when you're doing your usual hot, dirty Friday evening activity, getting all worked up and sweaty, listening to the White Album… and Paul sings "Find me in my field of grass…" :)

:lol:

Now I can't wait until next Friday!

Shoot, I may have to offer to mow the neighbor's yard this weekend.

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:lol:

Now I can't wait until next Friday!

Shoot, I may have to offer to mow the neighbor's yard this weekend.

Paul is quite fond of the intoxicating aroma of a new-mown lawn. He admitted it in the song "Heart Of The Country," when he sang "…smell the grass in the meadow…" And, his character in "Get Back," JoJo left his home in Tuscon, Arizona, for some California grass. So… uh, there's that, too.

Seattle, Washington has a reputation for rain, but July and August in this area are traditionally so dry, it is much like a desert climate. All the grass around here is withered and brown and dormant, unless you water the heck out of it, which I don't. I won't have to mow my lawn 'til autumn.

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Bungalow Bob said

Ahhh Girl said

 

:lol:
Now I can't wait until next Friday!
Shoot, I may have to offer to mow the neighbor's yard this weekend.

Paul is quite fond of the intoxicating aroma of a new-mown lawn. He admitted it in the song "Heart Of The Country," when he sang "…smell the grass in the meadow…" And, his character in "Get Back," JoJo left his home in Tuscon, Arizona, for some California grass. So… uh, there's that, too.

Seattle, Washington has a reputation for rain, but July and August in this area are traditionally so dry, it is much like a desert climate. All the grass around here is withered and brown and dormant, unless you water the heck out of it, which I don't. I won't have to mow my lawn 'til autumn.

Ever been to Richland? I lived there when my father worked at the Hanford plant. I was shocked to find it a little dusty desert town. I had this image of forests with neverending rain and flannel shirts galore (thanks to pop culture's stereotyping of Seattle in the early-to-mid 90s-- it was around '96 when we moved to Richland) and instead it was the desert. Seattle was a nice city the several times we visited.

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Bungalow Bob said

Ahhh Girl said

 

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Now I can't wait until next Friday!
Shoot, I may have to offer to mow the neighbor's yard this weekend.

Paul is quite fond of the intoxicating aroma of a new-mown lawn. He admitted it in the song "Heart Of The Country," when he sang "…smell the grass in the meadow…" And, his character in "Get Back," JoJo left his home in Tuscon, Arizona, for some California grass. So… uh, there's that, too.

Seattle, Washington has a reputation for rain, but July and August in this area are traditionally so dry, it is much like a desert climate. All the grass around here is withered and brown and dormant, unless you water the heck out of it, which I don't. I won't have to mow my lawn 'til autumn.

I've never been to Seattle this time of year, so I haven't caught the dry part of the year. Here we had an uncharacteristically wet June, but now its starting to get really dry. Not too hot though. It hasn't gotten above 90 yet 

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I'm tired as..something that's tired. I've been to Amsterdam today to go shopping and had to stand in the train for 2 hours.
God. And of course we couldn't sit first class, because then you'd get a fineblue-meanie

 

I did that in Germany along with a Greek girl, we just sat in 1st Class* (I don't really know why), an inspector came up and starting talking to us in German. I started speaking Irish, she started speaking Greek-we got off scott-free.

Want to learn an endangered language/Greek/Klingon?

 

*We weren't being total pricks, we had 2nd class tickets and our journey was about 2 minutes :P

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@AppleScruffJunior well, couldn't get away with that with a Dutch inspector of course. As expected, no one came to check our tickets. 

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I'm tired as..something that's tired. I've been to Amsterdam today to go shopping and had to stand in the train for 2 hours. God. And of course we couldn't sit first class, because then you'd get a fineblue-meanie

Now that's pretty tired! Did you find anything to buy in Amsterdam? Did you have a nice meal there?

Yeah I sort of bought 2 pairs of shoes, 2 bags, a hat and a lot of clothes. Let's just say my bankaccount didn't enjoy it as much as I did :'D Only had a piece of apple pie for lunch and a sandwich for dinner. Wasn't that hungry.

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I am working on picking pictures to print from the part of our vacation when we were in Athens. I am using Publisher to put some of the pictures together on one 4x6 print (making little collages). Some pictures are interesting, but not enough to be by themselves on a whole picture.

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EDIT: At the moment I am seeing the pictures in Chrome and on my phone, but not in Firefox. If I don't see them soon, I'll add a note to the funny things going on with the forum thread.

EDIT to the EDIT: Dang you, Kite. I typed "thongs" at first.

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@Ahhh Girl said

I am working on picking pictures to print from the part of our vacation when we were in Athens. I am using Publisher to put some of the pictures together on one 4x6 print (making little collages). Some pictures are interesting, but not enough to be by themselves on a whole picture.

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EDIT: At the moment I am seeing the pictures in Chrome and on my phone, but not in Firefox. If I don't see them soon, I'll add a note to the funny things going on with the forum thread.

EDIT to the EDIT: Dang you, Kite. I typed "thongs" at first.

Nice pictures! AG foods seems perfect for you to stumble upon... I would have more to say except on mobile when ever I zoom in or out the pictures shrink each time and yours have completely disappeared!

About that thong... Thing... For some reason my autocorrect thinks I want to talk about thongs! (I swear its accidental! a-hard-days-night-george-10) Whenever I type were it always corrects to we're and I have to delete it and retype. When I type thongs it just sits there!!
Now of course right now two out of the three times I wrote thongs intentionally (four now) it tried to correct to things and when I wrote we're it left it alone... It knows I'm telling on it!

Edit: HA! See! Gotcha autocorrect!

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