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Pish posh, a fish in a pickle dish.
Concerned...... a bunch more but I have brain freeze right now.

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you're a pain(pane), but your not made out of glass.. when I would stand between Dad and TV blocking his view, especially of baseball games.

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When Momma would see something unusual, she would say "Well, if that don't beat the bugs a'fightin"

When someone left in a hurry -"He took off like Moody's goose"

When someone had on clothes that were to tight for the "That dress was tighter than Dick's hatband"

None of which ever made much sense to me.


"Sometimes I just sit and think. Sometimes I just sit." "Great minds like a think."

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"Stop that blubbering or I'll give you something to cry about".

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When someone would ask you to get something for them "because you were already up",the correct response is: "Are your legs painted on?"

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I grew up with my Grandma. She was from Missouri.

I'm so hungry I could eat the south end of a north bound skunk.





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aw207 wrote:

When someone would ask you to get something for them "because you were already up",the correct response is: "Are your legs painted on?"

...or just say "Hey, stand up for a second" - looking at them like there might be something on their clothing...and most will.



Then "While you are up will you bring me another beer?".


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wannavolunteerFT wrote:

you're a pain(pane), but your not made out of glass.. when I would stand between Dad and TV blocking his view, especially of baseball games.


In that same situation, our family would say "You make a better door than a window."

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NorthernLimits wrote:

I grew up with my Grandma. She was from Missouri.

I'm so hungry I could eat the south end of a north bound skunk.


Eewww!


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Oh, and

I'll rip yer arm off and beat you with the bloody stump.


And


Argue with a sign post and put it up yourself.

Never, ever, knew what the last one meant but I knew when she said it, she was at the end of her rope with me.

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