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EEEEEEEWWWWWWWWWW

This morning as I'm having my coffee and reading blogs, news and just generally checking in with the world I came across this article about Valentines Day.  Nothing says I love you more then naming a Madagascar hissing cockroach after your loved one...what, wait...you have got to be kidding me.  First let me say, eeeeeeeewwwwwwww, and second, I'm thinking it's not such a good idea.  Who in the world comes up with these ideas, are there are bunch of people sitting around a table and someone pipes up with.."hey you know how we can raise some money".   


So...what are you getting your sweetheart for Valentines Day?  
candy,
flowers,
card,
jewelry
or
naming rights for a Madagascar Hissing Cockroach


until next time...
Be Kind...

Comments

  1. Not in the EEEWWWW catagory, but I'm always amazed at the radio ad that resurrects itself every year before Christmas and Valentine's Day. You know, the one about naming a star for someone? Why in the name of God would I ever want a star named after me? Give me fabric any day!

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  2. All I wanted this year was for my husband to make it through surgery fine, and have everything come out great from it and have him home. I got everything I wanted!!!

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  3. I got my Valentines gift this morning*
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    BEADBOARD!!!!

    Janet xox

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  4. I bought my wife a Red Glass Bead with Hearts in it for her Charm Bracelet...

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