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sorry, misspelled work…i meant “parkour running”, not “parkous running”
“The difference between what’s possible and what’s impossible is a person’s determination.”
For more “impossible” stuff, watch videos of parkous running…it’s a french sport and it really shows how far humans can go, if they really put in the time and effort.
better communication between spouses would go a long way, i think…people are afraid to talk.
coke, just got a mental block
I’m no expert on this stuff or anything, but i guess that what people write is a way of channeling their thoughts and emotions out of their heads and onto paper.
I think a good gift for a good wife is a good husband
you can always do what i did in camp…there was a mouse (Charlie) in the bunk, i got a sticky pad from walmart to trap it, and placed it near the sink (Charlie’s home, i think) with a piece of popcorn on it (the kind of kettle corn they sell at hershy park; it’s addictive and i’ve no doubt mice love it as well). Charlie was caught, followed by much celebration. Then one kid shopped Charlie in half with a stick. Of course, you can always get an exterminator, but where’s the fun in that?
We saw another mouse (charlette) a few days later. As far as i know, Charlette’s still there.
read between the lines, women sometimes give hints as to what they’d like for a gift…but luckily for us males, many women are of the kind-hearted type and follow the “it’s the thought that counts” rule…saved my life a couple of times, that rule did..
the bake sale is a good idea…Jews love food, we’re good at making food, and we’re good at making money, so its all good. Hatzlochah!
I think some parents purposely walk in on the babysitter to surprise her, just in case the babysitter might be doing something she shouldnt, and a call is just a warning to stop so she doesn’t get caught. But if the parent trusts the babysitter it would be right to give a call before they come, but its not the end of the world either way, belive it or not…most parents don’t see the situation from a babysitter’s perspective. I’d also like to congradulate everyone on the wonderful megillahs written on this thread.