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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Cricket, Sep 13, 2006.
My Grandson's Best Buddy.
Everytime I handle this thing I feel like I need a Tetanus shot.
You should see my nephews' blue blankey!
You'll have the hefalumps and woozles...........
Vanessa has a little teddy bear named Swiper. Swiper used to be cute. Nowadays he looks like he caught leprosy, malaria and the heebeegeebies all at the same time.
Isn't piglet "supposed" to be lite pink? LOL...Dude get the shot.
lol my sister has a pig that my grandpa got for her at the fair about 15 years ago when she was 3. He worked the shish-que-bob (sp?) stand for as many years as he could until he went into a 10 year battle with cancer and that little pig has been with her ever since.
As a matter of fact the pig has been on every long field trip in elementary school and the long trips through high school as everyone knows what it is. Piggy is probably smarter than me now because he wen't to Texas with her to college!
lol, little things like this are great!
I have 3 kids, 2 of which are young enough to drag those fuzzy dirt balls around. Here is what my wife taught me -
Look around your house for a large white box thingy with a door. Put in that wretched thing, some soap (should be in a colorful box or jug near the white box) and push some buttons, which you will also find on the box.
You really only get into trouble if you don't check to make sure that the fuzzy dirt ball in question belongs to a kid. I also have 2 Labs.....
the toys I had when I was little got ruined by washing machines. One its fur is all matted and messed up now(yes I still have it, it chills on my bed most of the time, ha). And the other is a blanket that is pretty much not distinguishable as a blanket. That thing was my best friend for a long time. I still have it somewhere... gonna have to go on a mission to find it tonight.
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