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  1. Susan, you are my girl! I LOVE that of all the pathways on the Interwebs, ours crossed. This post so made me laugh — like all of your posts do. And I’m glad that I got to learn more about you in the process of reading it…and the 11 questions you wrote for your nominees were great. (I was thinking “Damn, why didn’t *I* think of that!) Thank you for the kind words about my blog, my hair, everything, too. I really appreciate it. You made this mama’s day. (Oh! Before I forget, I replied to your comment on my blog to further explain how Scott and I ended up meeting at Mont Blanc…)

  2. Hi Susan,
    If I had to describe this post in one word it would be: LOL. I love the fact that an acronym now counts as a word. Hehehe. I am looking forward to enjoying your blog. I must thank Courtney for connecting us.

    • Susan Maccarelli

      hahaha! I am Wendy-obsessed. I am a little short squat white girl but I long to be tall gorgeous Wendy! She is the best.

  3. Congrats on the Liebster Award Susan and thanks so much for visiting my blog! Love your blog, by the way, you are hilarious!!!I hope we have an opportunity to become bloggy friends.

  4. Ha ha ha. Moist. I don’t know why but I can’t stop giggling about this. Have you ever watched Black Adder Goes Forth? Probably not. It’s old and British. But there is a great scene where they talk about how “security isn’t a dirty word. Crevice is a dirty word, but security is not. Leak is a positively disgusting word”. For some reason your unspeakable words just reminded me of this scene. Anywaaay, sorry for the random thoughts. Just made me chuckle.

    • Susan Maccarelli

      Hahaha. I probalby would not watch that because British accents are one step away from Swahili for me to understand. Really any accent. I have to have closed captioning on for everything on tv — even people speaking with american accents. My lip reading and hearing combo is non existant. That is a funny quote though! Crevice and Leak are gross words for sure – haha.

      • I used to feel the same way, but my husband is British. So I kinda got used to it 😛 Still watch the tv with the subtitles though, mostly because I don’t want to concentrate hard enough to actually hear what the actors are saying…

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