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She was at the beauty shop for two hours. That was only for the estimate. She got a mudpack and looked great for two days. Then the mud fell off. ...
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Old Time Jewish Humor by Mark Lichterman
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Doing the last thing Gordon Nathanson, or any exhibitionist, or, for that matter, any man expects... ...
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On 'Uncle's' Time. by Mark Lichterman
Grabbing the G.I. shovel, he crawled out of the foxhole, went a few yards and, on both knees urgently scrabbled at the earth, clearing a small area of...
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On Growing Up: Journeying Through The Aging Process With A Smile by BJ Appelgren
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12 Days of A Menopausal Christmas comes to life with baby boomer author...
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Living by myself, I have “my” chair and, as Harry before him, Kody has “his” chair which, on the other side of the coffee table, is an exact duplicate...
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And, yeah, there is one other “small thing” that bothers me about being seventy-four, but geriatric sex is something that I won’t go into right here,...
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Today was one of THOSE days......
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One Smart Family by Lisa Barker
Have my husband and I muddied the gene pool? (Humor/Parenting) ===========================...
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Congress does a lot of things wrong, but they actually got one right in 2010, and you probably never heard about it!...
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Oregon by Tova Gabrielle
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Oscar Wilde Interview by Michael Stusser
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Ouch! My Big Toe by CJ Heck
i>“We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing ...”/i> ~George Bernard Shaw ... hmmm, guess that m...
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Ouch!: LOL Funny. by Mark Lichterman
A guy who purchased his lovely wife a pocket Tazer for their anniversary wrote this: ...
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Over Easy by Sandra Corona
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Pachyderm Products by Dave Field
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In the best traditions of satire I ridicule both sides in the election. This post, a complete spoof based on Democrat smears of Sarah Palin rather tha...
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Coughing up fur-balls....
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PANTIES by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
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Why me?...
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