Monday, December 4, 2017

What do I do with the Koala then?


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  1. Hari OM
    BOL... oops, snorted my tea... YAM xx

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  2. BOL! The zoo might send BIG animals after you....rhinos, lions, gorillas....

    Had to laugh at the Grape Nuts.

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  3. TeeHeeHee...Thanks for the Monday giggle!

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  4. Hahahaha on the Grape Nuts! I bought a box of them once for my yogurt because the commercials made them seem so delicious. They were not delicious. They were so far from delicious. Pretty sure cardboard tastes better.

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  5. But bandaids and other stuff from the trash is so yummy:)

    Thanks for the smiles.

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  6. grape nuts lol those suckers will crack your teeth.

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  7. LOL great list... maybe we can add the cookies of the mama to the inedible stuff too?

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  8. MOLMOL Abby my human sissy's first stuffy was a Koala. Mom told me he is(she still has him) so cute. She named him Poppy. If he lived here no telling what I'd do with him but for sure not chew on him....he is an Antique. MOLMOL Sis is 46 and she has had him at least 43 years
    PS they need to add cornbread to that list of 'can eat'!
    Hugs madi your bfff

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  9. LOL! Thanks for the chuckle, it was welcome on a chilly morning.

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  10. If Choppy or Schooner volunteers to take the koala off of your hands, do NOT let them do it. We have enough trouble around our house these days.

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  11. Try a small bit of koala, maybe a knuckle. So they have knuckles? Try one of them. If you don't get sick then continue.

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  12. Good to know BOL!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  13. Do you want this post shared? It's funny!

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  14. Does that mean dogs should actually eat things that are edible? BOL

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