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Old 12-31-2012, 06:47 PM   #21
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Hi Audrey..yes I know the Mason-Dixon line is still more than just a concept. In Fiji now of course its the "locals-Fijian-Indian mixes" Vs the indigenous locals. Not a happy place.
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Thank goodness you know that not all US citizens are Yanks, LOL, it used to drive my southern gal mother crazy when we lived in Fiji!

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Old 12-31-2012, 07:56 PM   #22
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Thank goodness you know that not all US citizens are Yanks
Only the superior ones.
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Only the superior ones.
Oh boy!

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Happy New Year, Audrey. I love you regardless of where you're from.
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I see you've been hitting the cooking sherry again...
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I see you've been hitting the cooking sherry again...
Why yes. Yes I have. As they say in the Navy, "one glass for the ship, one glass for the man". No, wait, maybe that's hands instead of glasses . . . . . Oh, I don't know. I need another drink.
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Why yes. Yes I have. As they say in the Navy, "one glass for the ship, one glass for the man". No, wait, maybe that's hands instead of glasses . . . . . Oh, I don't know. I need another drink.
Spoken like a drunken... uh, like a guy who is almost ship-faced.
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I see you've been hitting the cooking sherry again...
Actually - I think he may have been hitting the [superior] soy sauce!!!!

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