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  1. Smartmouthwoman

    Smartmouthwoman Bless your heart Past Donor

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    Ahhh, I used to love Alexandra too. Its gone, huh?

    When I was a kid, I told mom I wanted to smell like those rich ladies when I grew up. Estee Lauder Youth Dew. I tried it, but guess I wasnt rich enough to wear it cuz it made me nauseous.

    Havent tried Mitsouko, but will next time Im shopping.
     
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    Smartmouthwoman Bless your heart Past Donor

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    Yeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaah ! Try that line down at Neiman Marcus the next
    time you shop for perfume.5 will getcha 10 you'll hear over the P.A.
    system ... Security needed over in Perfumes.
    " Godfrey Daniels! " replies the security guard.I know that
    gal from somewhere.
     
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    Smartmouthwoman Bless your heart Past Donor

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    Even after googling, I gave no idea what/who Godfrey Daniels haz to do with anything. Are ya drunk, darlin? ;)
     
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    Alexandra is still around in name only not the original scent; I don't think what they are calling Alexandra even comes close to the way it once smelled. It is a poor imitation clone. When I wore Alexandra people would ask what perfume was I wearing. My husband bought me a bottle of Mitsouko and it was another that people would remark about how good it smelled.
     
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    Foolardi Well-Known Member

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    I guess one had to have watched a few W.C.Fields movies to
    comprehend.I don't cotton small talk,simple salutations or
    Roadhouse words.I don't mind a little Borsch belt humor or
    bawdy repartee.Y'see Mine is not easy lingo.
     
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    I forgot to mention a really good TV series I saw at Wal*Mart
    in the winter and finally decided to buy.I bought over a month ago.
    The price wasn't too bad.$14 dollars for the entire season.
    It only ran for one season and stars Brian Keith :
    - The Westerner - { 1960 }
    Even though they're 30 minute episodes which run around 20 minutes
    time { some 30 minute TV series run 24 minutes } there are just 13 episodes.
    But they are Written and Directed by the Great Sam Peckinpah.
    Brian Keith plays Dave Blassingame { strange name for a western lead }
    and he has his trusty dog with him wherever he goes.
    A Big Lab or Newfoundland/Lab mix named Brown.
    One episode showed how Blassingame was illiterate and had to
    learn how to read.I suspected something in an earlier episode when
    he had to put his name on a Will as a witness.He used XX as his name.
    One episode worried me.He went on a long trip in had to cross a
    desert.He was warned about it.Sure enough he ran out of water.
    Brown { his trusty dog campanion } had a devil of a time needing water.
    That's all I say about that episode.
     
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    Can't say that I have ever heard of that TV series, sounds interesting.

    Have you ever seen the movie, "A Dog of Flanders?" Sad movie a real tear jerker for children and for dog lovers.
     
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    Smartmouthwoman Bless your heart Past Donor

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    Good morning, Tuesday people. Who's all giddy about Summer starting tomorrow.

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    this is how giddy i am about it

     
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    You go, guy!

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    Tropical storm warning for Galveston. Still wish I was there!

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    Must be Summer Solstice, the St. John's Wort is in bloom!!

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    do you have a business selling those as supplements, or just grow for hobby?
     
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    So hot in Texas the rattlesnakes are commiting suicide. :(
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    I had my first of several fish tacos when in Kauai recently. The hot stuff was not called Salsa Verde. But it looked green to me. But it was HOT!!!!!!!!! And I tolerate HOT as if it was all I ate.

    Those in Kauai were delicious.

    I have to consult with my daughter as to the actual restaurant we ate at.
     
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    Very good post. At the moment, I do not fear GMO as some among us do.
     
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    Of course with a Rhinestone Cowboy and cooler full of
    Shriner bock beer.Maybe some designer Beef Jerky from
    Neiman Marcus.
     
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