Monday, September 14, 2009

overheard at the manor

WT: Honey, I want a divorce.

Willow: You do??

WT: Yeah, and then I want you to take custody of me.



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The award thing became too
much, so I usually don't
participate, as far as passing
them along and posting them
on my blog. But, today I was
overwhelmed by the lovely
post and Mermaid award
bestowed on me by this wonderful blogger.
Hop on over and say hello. Tell her
Willow sent you.

42 comments:

  1. LOL!!! I Read the first line, after drinking a sip of wine, and did a classic "spit take."

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  2. Yeah, you usually don't hear the words, "I want a divorce" preceded by the word honey. :)

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  3. Yeah, the "honey" part kinda gave it away! :^)

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  4. Skip, I would have done the same thing but I'm all outa wine.

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  5. Phew!...Willow!!
    Take care!
    DeeDee ;-D

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  6. That's what keeps marriage new, ya?

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  7. I want to live at Willow manor also! Can you take custody of me?

    I think that Bambi is one of the finest people in blogland, bar none!

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  8. too much. lol. have fun taking custody...

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  9. How about I tell you she sent me to you?

    Love the conversation with the hubby.

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  10. Take custody of me too - I want to see the magic mushrooms, and fall into your library of books, and hope the ghost finds me for a midnight natter..
    Congratulations on the Bambi-Splash award :) Definitely alluring, bewitching (the ghosts help), etc etc..

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  11. Aww..Skip was just excited thinking you might be available, Willow! :)

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  12. Gee Willow, I wish MOTH would ask me the same question, then I'd only have to do alternate weekends!
    Millie ^_^

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  13. Careful, Willow, you may have reopened a door. I'd love to pass on the beautiful Moonlight award Celeste Maia honored me with -- if you'd like it.

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  14. congrats. Boy, I love those little snippets of convo you have, as I have told you before. Too funny.

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  15. I had to do a double-take after the first line. You have a knack for one-liners. I'm still cracking up as I write.

    Congrats on your award. You deserved it.

    Greetings from London.

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  16. How 'bout the other way round? *giggles*

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  17. Nice.I,m off now to say HELLO1
    Have A Fine Week Willow.

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  18. Cuban, believe it or not, these are actually bits of conversation from the manor!

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  19. Your husband is so funny.

    Congrats on your beautiful award, Willow!

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  20. That is sweet, and charming, but also clever! Very clever.

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  21. I need to know... who cuts your bangs? I can never get mine right, and your are perfect.

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  22. LOL,that was a great line indeed!:)

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  23. Judy, I cut them myself! Thank you. :^)

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  24. In our house the normal response is 'You've got it'; then the conversation moves on.

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  25. Some of these comments are really funny. I enjoyed them as much as your original post.

    Thanks for visiting my blog, Pick and Peck of Pixels and for commenting about the stag beetle.

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  26. I thought it was going to be a spin on that tattered little wisdom, if you love someone, set them free!

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  27. I think my son would like this if I would never tell him what to do and just take care of him when he wants it.

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  28. I think I'm going to use the same line on Dr. M tonight - he does such a good job of taking care of me!

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  29. Oh! You´re welcome Willow! Thank you so much, that you visited my blog and left a comment,too!

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  30. I like the humour at the manor!
    Thanks for sharing

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  31. I got a little nervous starting this post... ;)

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  32. I hear you on "the award thing." Cute photo here. I'll have to head over and see her blog...

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Inject a few raisins of conversation into the tasteless dough of existence.
― O. Henry (and me)