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  1. alittlebirdie commented on Pickles 19 days ago

    Vegas Viper, the inhabitants from Venus are not the only ones that do this. The males from Mars also try to one up another person. I learned very early in my marriage to NEVER tell my husband I wasn’t feeling good. He’d always tell me he wasn’t feeling good either.

  2. alittlebirdie commented on Pickles 2 months ago

    Opal is a lip reader. Who knew?

  3. alittlebirdie commented on Pickles 3 months ago

    With all the reality shows on television now, I’d watch one with senior couples. They’d have to be as interesting as the Pickles though.

  4. alittlebirdie commented on Pickles 8 months ago

    Nelson will soon learn that all females ask if they are fat. He has to learn what answer to give so he survives another day.

  5. alittlebirdie commented on Pickles 9 months ago

    Cake is cake. Just because you don’t see this done very often, doesn’t mean it can’t be done this way.

  6. alittlebirdie commented on Pickles 9 months ago

    If only I could read upside down, I’d be able to read what Earl is writing. I see he’s just writing his 4th item. I wonder how many pages he will fill up.

  7. alittlebirdie commented on Pickles 9 months ago

    @rsketch, I heard (or read) the same thing. Now I say the same thing and I’m a Yankee.

  8. alittlebirdie commented on Pickles 10 months ago

    @ Jo Clear (aka:Grasshopper), A grandma has the right to correct their grandchildren. It’s in the rulebook.

  9. alittlebirdie commented on Pickles 10 months ago

    Their daughter should have a baby girl. I’d like to see how Earl takes care of a baby. He could also teach Nelson how to be a big brother. But then, Opal would have 3 people that would have to stay out of trouble when she has a sore neck.

  10. alittlebirdie commented on Pickles about 1 year ago

    I had an ex-friend that would get so upset when my kids would interrupt our conversation on the phone. It takes a second to answer their question, but she’d get so upset. It wasn’t until she became a parent and she learned why kids do what they do, and why parents do what they do. Her kids would interrupt our conversations on the phone all the time and I didn’t say a word. I could be doing nothing and my kids would not talk to me. The phone rings and all of a sudden they want to tell me something. Comes with the territory. (They did not grow up being individuals that interrupt other people: I was the only lucky one they’d interrupt).