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Old 09-26-2004, 12:44 PM   #1
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Late last night, my mom arrived home from Chicago, ending her stamping+scrapbooking booth at the Chicago Exposistion Center. The party is over here. The pizza and beer has been cleaned up, and the tank filled up to exactly where she was before I took some joy rides. It just isn't the same here anymore, I don't get to do anything.. once again. That and she won't stop talking about her whole expo thing, and how great this, or how bad that. That, and I don't have any clean spoons! BAH!! anyone know how to work a sink? What about that bottley thingy.. I think its called soup.. or soap maybe? Just thought i'd share the fact, my fun has ended.


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I know exactly how you feel. My parents got back from their mini-vacation at noon today, but they're leaving for San Francisco on Wednesday. I'm just thinking how hard its gonna be gettin the Z back in the same spot on the lift.
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sheesh. when my parents left for a week I was a 'good' kid. I did laundry, dishes, cleaned the house up... when they got home they said they need to leave more often. lmao. I got a LOT of stuff done while they were gone. They were impressed.
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sheesh. when my parents left for a week I was a 'good' kid. I did laundry, dishes, cleaned the house up... when they got home they said they need to leave more often. lmao. I got a LOT of stuff done while they were gone. They were impressed.
What'* wrong with you? I like to keep everyone thinking I'm inept at household chores. It'll work in the long run.
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Haha, yeah I always park my baby straight, but before she left I parked her off center, that way I could park her off center again, and she'd never know the difference . I didn't do a damn thing to help her out, except sleep, eat, and leave. At least I didn't make a mess.


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Haha, yeah I always park my baby straight, but before she left I parked her off center, that way I could park her off center again, and she'd never know the difference . I didn't do a damn thing to help her out, except sleep, eat, and leave. At least I didn't make a mess.


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Did she check the milage on her car before she left?
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Haha, yeah I always park my baby straight, but before she left I parked her off center, that way I could park her off center again, and she'd never know the difference . I didn't do a damn thing to help her out, except sleep, eat, and leave. At least I didn't make a mess.


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Did she check the milage on her car before she left?
That would be a bummer! She may not have thought about it before she left.
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Haha, yeah I always park my baby straight, but before she left I parked her off center, that way I could park her off center again, and she'd never know the difference . I didn't do a damn thing to help her out, except sleep, eat, and leave. At least I didn't make a mess.


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Did she check the milage on her car before she left?
That would be a bummer! She may not have thought about it before she left.
Yeah, she probably believes you behaved yourself...
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She wrote it down, but while I was putting the dash back together, I unplugged the odometer controller, so no mileage change . She did think I behaved myself. My dad told her to take the battery with her, but she knows I have spares. That, and my dad thinks i'm stupid. Plus, I did behave myself, Not like I hit anything or anyone, I filled up the tank to where it was sitting before she left, and I made sure I screwed up the seat enough to think I was seting the lumbar functions and such. Plus I cleaned my tires, so the tar which ended up on my tires during my little "chirping of the birds" wouldn't show up either .


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