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  1. Lassie1 commented on Pickles about 10 hours ago

    Says the Rush Blowhard zombie.

  2. Lassie1 commented on Pluggers about 14 hours ago

    According to my TV, Pluggers are all in dire need of Cialis!

  3. Lassie1 commented on Daddy's Home about 14 hours ago

    A furry, furry, loud Himalayan cat.

  4. Lassie1 commented on The Dinette Set 1 day ago

    A gas can – with gas in it! – for lawn mower or snowthrower.

    A new trashcan, with a cover – maybe one on wheels!

    Recycling bins, with labels. (I don’t know anyone who uses anything but blue bins from the DPW, but I have seen pricey bins in catalogs, and online at Martha Stewart-ish sites.)

    A galvanized steel bird seed container, with a scoop. (seen that in catalogs, too.)

    A big bucket with car wash soap, Turtle Wax, sponge, brush, square of sheepskin/chamois.

    A gift certificate for use at the corner gas station – or any big-name gas station for anywhere in the U.S.

    I can go on and on, lol! I think a ‘garage warming ’is some men’s (ok, some womens) DREAM party, and if it was an actual thing, well, this is what to buy.

  5. Lassie1 commented on Daddy's Home 1 day ago

    Yes. Cuts down on dishes as I don’t have a dishwasher. And I’m the only one who drinks milk, or juice. I swig out of the bottle of Coke, too, when no one is around.

  6. Lassie1 commented on Pearls Before Swine 2 days ago

    Maybe a killer kitty? He can have mine. I thought they slept 18 hours a day, and mine pretty much does, but he’s up from midnight to 6 a.m., on the prowl. Can’t understand why it’s dark and no one is up doing something a cat might be interested in.

  7. Lassie1 commented on Peanuts 2 days ago

    Linus is learning early in life that the object of your affection will, over time, not look at you the way they used to. 30 years of marriage practically guarantees this. But it’s OK!

  8. Lassie1 commented on Pluggers 2 days ago

    My grandmother had many collections, many bits and pieces (some valuable, some not) and she worked for a wealthy antiques dealer. After she died, my parents were just eager to unload everything, for $1000. That was 25 years ago and of course if they had held onto the stuff, it would be worth far more. But an object is only as valuable as what someone offers you for it.

  9. Lassie1 commented on JumpStart 2 days ago

    I always flailed around with a fly swatter, but if you can corner the thing somehow, like buzzing against a screen or a window, just spray it. Windex, Mr. Clean, or plain water, get it wet and it is immobilized. Pick up with tissue and flush away.

  10. Lassie1 commented on Daddy's Home 2 days ago

    Central NY – snow last Sunday. 7 degrees Monday. Supposed to be rainy upper 40’s Friday. The worst weather has always been in March, totally unpredictable.