Tuesday Musings

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    • Danny says:

      Sweet! I knew I could count on the investigative skills of Connective Tissue readers. Thanks, Tiffany!

      And Spence, I’m sorry your blog post is now just another lame urban legend. But to cheer you up, I’d like to put you in touch with a deposed Nigerian prince who wants to share his wealth with us…

  1. soundsliketomatoes says:

    You don’t remember all my Amish Cinnamon Bread I made in seminary? You see, the trick is, and feel free to pass this little gem of wisdom, you can just add the other starters to your batch and make a big loaf, or two loaves. Plus, you can freeze the starters.

    This is all I learned in seminary. Also, how to shop for a family of four for $50.00.
    Good times, good times.

    • Danny says:

      Also, how to remain grateful when the Sunshine Seniors give you tortillas that you can use as frisbees or hams the same texture as bowling balls.

  2. brian says:

    I liked the snake story… My day is ruined!
    Friendship bread is good and so is Danny,s BBQ! ‘Nuff said.
    There’s my comment for the day, Danny. Hope it made you smile. But not like young Kirk makes others smile…

  3. Ainsley says:

    If the snake story scared Spence, I should tell him the story about the hamister I put in the dryer when I was 4 that got so big it crushed the house…haha!!!
    Just kidding, it only died. And no I am not an animal abuser, the hamster was my sisters and it was too fat to run its wheel so being the caring individual I am, I remembered the dryer was a big wheel, so in went the hamister…about 30 minutes later my mom found him.
    Needless, to say I wasn’t allowed near the family pets with out parental supervision until I was about 8…hahaha.

    • Danny says:

      Ainsley, I actually told Spence yesterday that you never have this problem with hamsters…unless of course you own more than fifty of them…and then those suckers are going to collaborate and attack.

  4. Ainsley says:

    Oh, I can so use that the next my family starts picking on me…I can say that at 4 years old I was smart enough to realize what that rodent was capable of and was preventing the demise of my family! Thanks Danny!

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