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Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Hummmm It makes one think

Would you call this the beginning or the end of civilization?


30 comments:

  1. Well, I do like all that GREEN, my daughter's favorite color. And those green shoots in your header photo are awesome!
    Ann Best, Author of In the Mirror & Other Memoirs

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  2. I TOLD my neighbors they really needed to get that privacy fence up.

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  3. Dear Manzanita,
    The scenery of the waterfall, butterflies, birds, trees, shrubs was lovely. As to the characters, they are each unique within themselves.

    Peace.

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  4. Don't get your panties in a bunch, Sweetie--It has always been & probably will always continue to be. Did you know that many animals--not only humans--are gay?

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  5. LoL... Oh Manzi That is just funny. Or sad...

    Look at your Aloe Plants. Do you eat them?

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  6. Well Eve has now a fun best friend for life! Yay! :-)

    Take care
    x

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  7. Delores : I guess it's nay and not yeah.

    Ann : Green is my favorite color too. But isn't it lovely when you see all the colors together in nature.

    Al : Why? :)

    Dee : Looks good to me too. I yearn to live in the country again and get away from asphalt.

    Fishducky : No, I did not know that. I heard jokes about it but that they were just that.... jokes. I love to hang out with gays. For many years they were my best buddies and even after I got married, my husband liked to have them over for dinner because of their bright humor and were always so much fun.

    Terry : Yes, they are finally big enough for me to make that medicine and they are only around 2 years old. Nummm... I love that medicine. Maybe it's the scotch I put in it. Ha.

    Kitty : Lucky Eve. Now they can go shopping and Adam can pick out her clothes. I miss my gay buddies. We always went shopping together. :)

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  8. I love this so much Manzi!. I'd say the beginning -- of all things great.

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  9. I'm old enough to remember when 'gay' meant happy and carefree....
    Very nice leafs on the nether regions....

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  10. haha well it sure is the start of something

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  11. Love your aloe plants. I still have your recipe for medicine. I bought some aloe water/juice at whole foods but just don't think it's the same.

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  12. LMAOOOO!!!! When he jumped up screaming "HIII", I almost peed. Wayyy too ffunnyy hahaha

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  13. Oh my goodness!!! This, along with all the comments you received, gave me a good laugh tonight!!

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  14. well, what I could say? I love those green. it refers to a greenie and clean environment

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  15. I'm looking at a blank black square, so, like Schroedinger's Cat, it could be either.

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  16. hahahahaha. Even with that scenario, it still wouldn't have been the end of the world. But then is this before or after they ate the apple.

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  17. hahahahaha. Even with that scenario, it still wouldn't have been the end of the world. But then is this before or after they ate the apple.

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  18. My neighbors like to prance around in the altogether,
    @fishducky: Is that why male chickens (an oxymoron, I would think) are called "cocks"?

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  19. Rubye : Isn't there a song that goes "This could be the start of something big."

    Klahnie : Me too. I love reading the old victorian novels and they are always happy and gay. :)

    Pat : Yeah, but I wonder what?

    Turquoisemoon : I just recently made a big batch of it. I love it but as I said to Terry, maybe it's because of the scotch I put in it for a preservative. :)

    Shawn : It surprised me at first.... wasn't expecting that.

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  20. Jeremy : That it does and the pure waterfall and little critters.

    River : Oh, you can't get it. Too bad. It's very short.

    Su-sieee : Oh my goodness.... do you think that would make a difference?

    Al : I got it... but that would be like a little peep show. A little added attraction when you're out trimming the bushes. (But do they really? Sun worshipers, huh?)

    and ha ha to Fishducky's.

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  21. Well, I don't know if it's a beginning or an ending, but it sure is FUNNY!

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  22. Um, ah, well, that's "interesting." I think the guy needs a bit of socializing, to get away from the horrible stereotyping.

    Nice place to live, though.

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  23. Oh my! Thank you for the laugh today.

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  24. Hummm, indeed, but I too love the aloe vera.

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  25. Ha! I didn't know where this was going at first. I was surprised.

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  26. The video was funny because the ending was unexpected. Thanks for sharing and the aloe vera plant looks great.

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  27. Hi Manzanita .. Crumbs!!

    What a fun video - completely daft .. but amusing all the same ... cheers Hilary

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  28. Obviously Eve has already eaten the apple because they have certain parts of their anatomy discretely covered.

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  29. Susan : Hey..... Thanks... You're probably watching the Super Ball with hubby. Have fun.

    Rob : I've had many, many gay buddies and I notice they are more flamboyant in the bigger cities than in small towns.

    Kay : You are welcome. :)

    Rosalind : I use the aloe for medicine.

    Gigi : Me too. :)

    Anthony : I use the aloes in a medicine. Since I live where it's cold, I have to grow them in the house. Those are only one year old ..... from really tiny babies.

    Hilary : Daft.... I like that word. I'm going to swipe it from you. :)

    Bish : Great observation. You got the good "eye." :)

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