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My friend and matron of honor has added herself to LJ. She's irreverant and sarcastic and funny as all get out. Add pygma_lion to your friends list. You know you want to.

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She's funny. Also love the fact that neither you or I are alone in the "housecleaning" rant . . . just about fell over with the xbox comment. Mine's got the PS2.

Yep. I'm thinking about starting a community for it. "wifes_unite" or something like that. :)

Oooh! That sounds good!

I don't think she'd like that. :p

You two. Just too different I guess. But...

Am I the she who wouldn't like that? Which that is that?

The only thing I don't like is the new pressure that SOMEONE has put on me to be witty and all-get-outty and stuff. Too bad. You get what you get.

No pressure at all. Silly. Yes you're the she. You recognize zannah?

I recognize her now that you've told me who she is. Zannah was my locker partner once upon a time. I think we also had wood shop together in middle school. Ack. I'm having a vague memory of notes passed in class with the words all swirling.

Mr. Mathison. What a scary man he was.

Is it ok if I add you? I understand if not.

That's totally fine.
I remember Mr. Mathison -- Stu! I saw him a couple years ago; he was in his car with the "Stu" license plate. He goes to my husband's barber.
I may have ruptured something trying to get out of his line of sight.

That's totally fine.
I remember Mr. Mathison -- Stu! I saw him a couple years ago; he was in his car with the "Stu" license plate. He goes to my husband's barber.
I may have ruptured something trying to get out of his line of sight.

Hey, that's cool. The double the posts, double the annoyance.

I must have an itchy clicky finger.

Oh my. I wonder if he still teaches? He was such a terror.

I'll add you now. Thanks! :)

I can't believe you guys are talking about Mr. Mathison. That's so scary.

No, *he* was scary! He would stare you into silence! And then there was always that unspoken threat of all those heavy (and often pointy) power tools...

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