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January 06, 2006


I suppose I should milk this post for all it's worth, but you have to admit it really is a gas.

IBS is a pain in the ass.

Aren't you glad that you just let that all out!? (and even so, we didn't go runnin' for the hills...or the Lysol?)

Geez, what shitty things to say. I'm tired of this crap!

Okay, I'll stop now. Sorry.

Okay, now that I picked myself up from rolling on the floor with laughter, I would just like to say...brave is the woman who admits to such behavior...you are truly a man's man!

oops, sorry, that last comment was from me.

I think you've been spending too much time on Jack's blog.

This sounds like it should be fixable without major inconvenience. Have you tried Lactaid?

Nose plugs?

I once emptied a dance floor at a party, and an entire train car, and you can't imagine how many public bathrooms.

Think I can borrow you the next time I need to go to the DMV?

Randi: Thanks! (belches smugly).

PT: Really? Someone else blogs about this besides me?

Dr. B: Oh sure, get all practical on me.

Gooch: Not to mention those long lines at the Post Office or the bank. Maybe I should rent myself out.

I was okay until I got to "... my daughter, who smells like she's decomposing." At that point, I may have snorted a little. Or a lot. Now THAT is a mother's love. ;)

I'd also like to note that you sprung this post after I invited you to lunch at our house! That's OK. The invitation stands. We'll eat in the back yard!!!

Mir: Welcome! Snorting is the one problem I don't seem to have. I'll have to work on that and get back to you.

Dr. B: Just don't serve dairy and I should be fine.

I could not stop laughing through this. Esp the decomposing bit. You still manage to come out smelling like roses.

this post is awesome! hahaha. i can relate because i used to have tons of dairy, but as i get older, i find my dairy tolerance level lowering (and i'm only in my mid-twenties)... yet, like you, I also love cheese and ice cream! i'm getting married in October, i hope my fiance's sense of smell isn't as keen as your husbands! hahaha. and your husband is right, you're quite funny. =)

This is the test to identify your devoted readers. We're still here.

Why does everyone make such a stink about this post?

Sorry, couldn't resist.

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