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Old 07-29-2008, 04:14 AM   #31
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Meghan, nobody really understands a Texan. Most folks just nod and smile politely until the Texan leaves...

Really, it's better that way.
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Old 07-29-2008, 04:36 AM   #32
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Hey Mehgan, hang around! I finished my tile job two or three years ago and now they can't get rid of me.
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Old 08-04-2008, 04:43 PM   #33
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Bump

It's been 15 days or thereabouts. Methinks it's high time for CX to post his latest freeform creation.
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Old 09-01-2008, 06:10 PM   #34
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Mud Bunnies in Legend



Did you know that StoneHenge was built by Giant Mud Bunnies??!!

(That's actually an old cast yard bunny we had, but one night he must have come to life (like a gargoyle) and built that curious structure by moonlight... There's no other explanation.)
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Old 09-01-2008, 08:03 PM   #35
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That is hilarious lol
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Old 09-01-2008, 08:22 PM   #36
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It's been 15 days or thereabouts. Methinks it's high time for CX to post his latest freeform creation.
I was just thinkin' about that a couple days ago, Meghan. That free-form masterpiece got part of it's form broke off shortly after I posted about it and I was fixin' to fix it next time I mixed up some pookey, but when I went to fetch it in for repair work it was.........missing!

Now, just what kinda low life would steal a fella's masterpiece yard bunny is beyond my comprehension. Might be even lower than a tool thief!

And then they prolly didn't realize the true value of the piece and throwed it away.

Anyhow, I'll hafta make a new entry next time I be mixin' and usin' pookey of one sort or another.
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That's actually an old cast yard bunny we had, but....
But nothin'! If you can't make a yard bunny entry yourownself, we'd appreciate it if you'd just refrain from postin' stuff on this thread, Ron. I think you've been around here long enough to show a bit more respect for the creative folks when they have a serious thread, eh?

The nerve of some people's children.
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Old 09-02-2008, 07:35 AM   #37
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Oh no! ... now my membership in the illustrious guild of mud bunny sculptors is on the line.
My forgery has been spotted
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Old 09-02-2008, 07:50 AM   #38
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And then they prolly didn't realize the true value of the piece and throwed it away.

Sounds more likely they DID realize the true value.
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*HARRUMPH* ... Marge, UNTIL you post yer own yard bunny / doggie / critter to this thread, please try to respect the feelings of those of us who've slaved those precious minutes to bring our yard bunnies into the world and onto this forum. And CX, you shoulda been more careful. Without pichers, all we have is your word that you actually made that freeform bunny.

Ron, did you caulk them changes of plane? No? No wonder Stonehenge is in the sorry shape it's in.
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I fear a political discussion is about to commence...
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Yeah, well, I warned y'all long time ago about lettin' wimmen in here.

Now they're even bitchin' at one another.
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And CX, you shoulda been more careful. Without pichers, all we have is your word that you actually made that freeform bunny.
Prolly a little late peoples hereabouts should be questionin' my veracity, eh? Damage control is no longer a good option.
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Your "veracity" (wow, four syllables for a boy) would never be questioned. Nope, never.
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Heck, Marge, I had to reach for my dictionary.
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("Dictionary"....wow, four syllables again...you boyz hire an assistant?)

Hi Brain, you have any yard bunnies kidnapped lately?
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