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Surviving the Inlaws/WE MUST BE REALLY BAD

Started by 2chickiebaby, December 24, 2009, 03:08:44 pm

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cocobars

OH ROSE!  Not you too??  I guess we're all in trouble!!!! 

Quick put on the glasses and mustache's!  I think I saw a psychologist coming in.....

technorebel

AnnieB--

I think you should also add "don't be afraid to sneak off to your room for a healthy swig of whatever gets you through the day".  (for medicinal purposes, of course)

cocobars

Hi technorebel!  Glad to see you here!  Hope you had a great day yesterday.  I was looking for you to see how it went...

By the way, I'm not sure I could do a swig around in-laws.  My mouth would get in the way!  LITERALLY...  Ha!

(but it would be so funny remembering the looks on everyone's faces later, wouldn't it!)