I have been here two years and I am at almost 500 followers. Who will be the 500th one???????
I'll go follow you. But let's be clear, I'm not going to follow you because of this thread. I'm going to follow you because - and this is true - you've made some very funny remarks on here in the last couple of days; and you've made me laugh. (I need to keep my "record" clean as far as following people "for the heck of it" goes. )
(OK. Done. I'm a follower now. I even sent you a little fan mail, but you can ignore it because I've already said the same thing here.)
Its fun to say funny stuff.... My kids site here and ask me what I am laughing about all the time....
Your remark (and a remark by someone else as well) on that nasty thread that showed up last night made me really laugh (but I didn't want to reply because I didn't want to bump up that particular thread ). Honest to God, that thing wouldn't sink off the screen. It just stayed right there at eye level for hours it seemed. I mean - I'm a grown-up, but I was thinking my eyeballs were going fall out if I had to look at that particular title much more.
I'd help you out, but I've been a follower for a long time. Good luck in getting 3 more!
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