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This is a discussion on The Person Below Me... within the The Outback Terrace Bar forums, part of the Land Plants category; Originally Posted by scopinox False. Don't really invite friends over cos my parents become too ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by scopinox View Post
    False. Don't really invite friends over cos my parents become too judgemental about them.

    TPBM has played one of the Final Fantasies.
    No, I have not, but my son likes them. Too weird for me.

    TPBM has posed nekked for a picture. (Baby in the tub shots don't count!)

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    OOOooooohhhHHHHHH, YES, I have I HAVE I HAVE ...
    Of course with certain objects placed at strategic locations ....
    (This is tame since I heard that people are cycling nekkid all over the globe today, Paris, Barcelona, Brighton (UK) ...)

    TBPM likes techno music ... (and dancing half-nekkid to it) ....
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    Ok...so, the only thing that now comes to mind is a song by one of the most awesome bands of all time...Queen..."Bicycle Race", I guess Freddy wrote it on response to an all woman naked bike race...or at least that's what I read. And by the way, where I grew up naked just simply means with no clothes on, but 'nekkid' means no clothes and fixin' to get into some trouble...so, yes, I like techno...but not 'half-nekkid'...for those of you who don't know how skinny I am...be thankful.

    TPBM knows what a "behonkus" is...

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    Well the last time I rollerskated I fell on my 'behonkus', in other words my
    posterior.

    TPBM would love to have a VW 'bug' convertible!

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    I saw an apple green one today and wished that very wish!

    TPBM watched when Haley's Comet went by in the 80's.

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    True! My grandmother, the one I dedicated my book to, was a biology professor, and I thought she'd be into Haley's comet when it came around in 1986, so I bought her Carl Sagan's Comet for Christmas 1985. It was days later that we learned she had aplastic anemia, which would kill her within three months.

    I spent my nights tracking the comet's progress in early '86, before I drove out to PA to be with her for her final month in the hospital before she died in late March '86. It's a sad memory, but not too sad. I know how much my presence with her meant to her (no less to me). And it was a special time we shared, all the more so because she knew she was dying. I love comets, as I expect she did - although we never got to talk much about it - and I still have the book I got her.

    TPBM still gets teary eyed thinking of a departed loved one, even though it's been many years.

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    True, I was privilieged to be with my mother the last 3 months of her life before she died from amatrophic lateral sclerosis at the age of 70. Although I was holding her hand when she entered heaven, I was not able to be with my father who died of a massive heart attack. Daddy was paralyized aat the age of 39 and lived to 83. Although it was many years ago I still get 'teary eyed' when I think of them or see their picture.

    TPBM has oranges growing in their yard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by desertgal View Post
    TPBM has oranges growing in their yard.
    False. Oranges don't do too well in the desert. The other day it was 9% RH and when the rain started it went WAY high to 22%. WOW!

    We do have lots of Elm and Russian Olive though. Both are considered pest trees here in SCI.

    TPBM is not interested in this thread any longer.

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    Oh I get it you don't like Cats and you are bored with this thread. Oh well I like my kitties and I still like this thread.
    TPBM believes in ghosts

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    True, but they're really the spirits of our ancestors coming back to visit us from the past. I can recommend a good fantasy novel that explains all of the details . . .

    TPBM is watching the Tony Awards this evening.

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