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jals

Wow. I wonder if the extra ones got in his way at all?

Bubble

Glad you dropped in Haze xx (❀ᴗ❀)

Haze1952

Thanks Bubble ♥

Bubble

It was Pyroghrapher 6, Al3, right down the bottom. He's very happy with his all black 2,000 piece puzzle, must still be doing it because we've not heard from him. (❀ᴗ❀)

Judy, I always remember in the Guinness Book of Records, the person with the most recorded digits was a Spaniard who had about 10 on each foot and extra on his hands. Bet he was a good knitter and tap dancer ! (❀ᴗ❀)

Artslover3

Wow! Who guessed it, because I don't have a clue. ಥ◡ಥ

msbonne

I can easily understand that.

jals

Our internet is the source of a lot of frustration. It is really quick most of the time, but it is limited. We have one more year on our contract with this provider and then it's splitsville!
You know the old saying, "Be careful what you wish for, you might get it." That is applicable in this situation.

msbonne

That is 107 in computer years. I guess maybe your internet is slow?

Toeing the line is rather easy for me.

jals

Thanks Bubble! I hope you get good results.

As for Larry?, Curly?, or Moe? My computer works just fine. It is only about 3 years old.

Bubble

@jals
@msbonne

Judy it was to let you know I've written to TPTB asking (her) to please consider reinstating you know who and start off the new year with a clean slate etc. (❀ᴗ❀)

Re tows - as a child I remember being friends with a little girl who's feet were webbed. Should be an easy procedure to remedy that toeday.
Also, growing new ears for people using stem cells is being used more and more. The growing ear is attached elsewhere on one's body and then placed to its new position when fully grown. I could say 'allo 'allo whats this 'ere' but then you'd think the whole thing was a joke.
Stem cell research (which is not being given the full support it should be) will eventually benefit anyone with damaged, defective or missing organs/limbs in the future and long as the price is right.

ms and Judy - you must both toe the line from now on ! (❀ᴗ❀)

msbonne

You could speed it up by getting a new computer.

jals

Sloth,
I don't have a lot of years left to wait. I can't spend hours waiting for a puzzle to load. ;-)

msbonne

jals, it takes a little longer than most other puzzles. be a bit patient.

jals

ha ha ha
Good one. If he could get 2 more, he could be a tree-toad.

Bubble, I got notification you tagged me in a comment, I think it's on Carol's horse puzzle, but it won't load for me.

msbonne

I have heard that you can have your car toed, so I am trying to get my cousin toed.

jals

ha ha It doesn't sound like he did. I had a neighbor once with extra toes, I'll bet she could have given him some. I've never heard of a toe donor before, but there's a first time for everything.

msbonne

Of course, but that stuff grows back. My cousin, One toe, did not have the same luck.

jals

You might have singed your lovely locks a while back.

msbonne

I will say, that while some of my family has had some difficulty with the TNT tradition, I am fairly unscathed.

Bubble

That's like the arsonist on tv drenching the area in gasoline and then forgetting about the fumes going up - never mind Crispy Crème, how about Crispy Crittur. (❀ᴗ❀)

hippo

Just be careful of that spirit around the pyrotechnics...

:::nodding sagely:::

msbonne

Only if you do not really get into the spirit of things.

jals

What you talking about Sloth? Here in America, we just gather all the family and watch the fireworks. That's explosive enough!

Bubble

Bonnie - so much fun and clever - BTW we're both coming over to yours for Christmas ! (❀ᴗ❀)

manicpuzzler

LOL :)) :))

msbonne

Here in Merica, we just use dynamite. It provides some excitement during the holidays.

manicpuzzler

They vary in price enormously. If the gift is too big for the cracker, I put a clue in the cracker leading to another clue so that the persons have a mini treasure hunt around the house (usually 3/4 clues leading to the gift).

Bubble

Didn't know you could get kits online Bonnie - that would be great to customise gifts - would have to watch out for the banger though - my fingers are a bit twiddly now !

manicpuzzler

I make my own Christmas crackers, you can get the kit online. A 'tailored' gift for everyone and I put a charade in for everyone to act out. Fun :))

Juba1010

I do see Christmas crackers in stores. They seem like fun. Maybe I’ll pick some up. :-)

msbonne

Oh my. What have I done?

jals

Oh I shall await my package with bated breath. ;-)

Bubble

Judy am, sending you a box of deluxe pizza flavoured xmas crackers filled with extra explosive bangs, first class prizes, check out the 'diamond' rings, and witty sayings (check out ms).

Breaking News ms - what you're growing is not pizza but young and virulent Triffid plants. When they break free of their roots and start rampaging towards you - a word of advice, don't try to bake them, but CLIMB FOR YOUR LIFE! (❀ᴗ❀)

jals

Excellent. An escalator would be even better as I'm claustrophobic.
Who's bringing a bear? Will there be any pizza after the bears have cleaned up?

No, Bubble, I've heard my British friends talk about them, but we don't do those here.

msbonne

Of course, I have a whole bunch of pizza just coming up now. I planted them at the perfect time.

Juba1010

BYOB....bring your own bear? Will there be enough pizza?

msbonne

Excellent. Should be fine (even if you do celebrate Thanksgiving too early).

Bubble

Judy - never had Xmas crackers? I thought they were an integral part of Xmas in U.S. as they are in UK and Canada. I buy at least one box every year and we even have them apart from Xmas ! A lot of fun with the hats and soppy prizes inside. I bet you could find them somewhere? (❀ᴗ❀)

ms we've already had Thanksgiving here but will definitely crawl through 10 feet of snow and slush to celebrate it 20 feet up an unstable shaking fir tree. Have borrowed one of Judy's hand knitted neck warmers to bring you (she won't miss it) and will be dragging a canvas snack of dainty Spam/bugs/marmite cupcakes, with my special smashed worm/slug icing.
If anyone wants my recipe (BB?) just send a stamped, addressed envelope, you know where ! (❀ᴗ❀)

msbonne

Is an elevator acceptable?

jals

Definitely need crackers as I've never experienced them.
Don't worry, Sloth, I rarely have an accident whilst sitting down, it's standing that's the culprit.
I do hope you have stairs though. My tree climbing days are over.

msbonne

As I have never boxed, I do not celebrate boxing day (it is illegal if not a boxer). You can however stop by for Thanksgiving if you wish. You will have to tunnel through the snow, as it started last night, and I believe is supposed to continue until Christmas.

Bubble

Apologies ms - was not thinking of you but the many other creatures that Juba has been kindly ferrying around, lo these past years.

Does that mean we're now uninvited for Boxing Day dinner? Looking for a venue as we have Xmas Day plans with friends and want Turkey with all the Trimmings, crackers etc on Boxing Day ! (❀ᴗ❀)

msbonne

Oh, (snort), None taken!

Really, I cannot imagine the nerve. If and when any of you visit my tree, I will not be reweaving the upholstery when you leave (unless there is an "accident"). I am quite a clean creature.

Bubble

I had a comment for you too Juba, a thank you for offering your car, although you'd better get it washed and detailed after driving ms around. No offence ms. (❀ᴗ❀)

Bubble

I barely mentioned our bears and look how many invites we've gotten. Have I mentioned our cougars lately?
Believe me Nev, if we ever make it to Oz, we will be getting together with you and Marge. Just watching a series on train journeys and this week it was the Indian River train run from Perth to Sydney. What a great trip that would be even though on the first run, there was a train derailment and the train had to turn around after a few hours, go back to Perth and it took a week to fix and clear the lines. Refunds to all passengers - a mere $4,000 + for a 4 day trip, Hubb has started saving ! xx(❀ᴗ❀)

John we've visited Scottsdale where our friends live - really enjoyed it but ms would not be happy. Can't get anywhere without a car. The 95 F temp in Hollywood nearly turned us into sizzling vampires at dawn, so we'll stick with our 4-10C temp. here at the moment (5.15am) its 5C right now and I'm going for a walk soon before we go to our Remembrance Day Service. But we could all have a (clean) litter box fight at your place? (❀ᴗ❀)

Judy, I see you're much handier with your math than I am. Will have to stick to feet and inches (❀ᴗ❀)

We can get a 18 inch pizza from our local and only big grocery store for about $15 lots of great flavours and made from scratch. Called Rocco's pizzas and named after the owner's father, who lives across the street from us. Having a huge pizza party this afternoon, all are invited and enough hot, fresh and deluxe customised pizza to sink a battleship. BYOB - (❀ᴗ❀)

msbonne

THAT is what happened to my pizza!

manicpuzzler

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Juba1010

I’ll give the sloth a ride as long as he doesn’t leave his moths in my car. Our bears aren’t that mean. They have been known to break into mansions in Tahoe to steal ice cream from freezers. Nothing a bed-o-nails doormat and barking dog recording can’t handle. My son has a video he took of a bear eating pizza from the garbage can across the street from his car. Way more fun than L.A. ;-)

msbonne

I did not know them, I can only assume he had used my tree trimmer to lop off their feet.

Australia may not have mean bears, but it seems that everything else in the wild there is "the most poisonous" thing in the world.

"Ladybugs, yes, we have them, but they are the most poisonous ladybugs in the world. If they touch you, you will surely die".

jals

Well, Bubble, I don't know if I could give Sloth a ride anywhere. I have no idea if he's a slobby sloth or not. Also, he mentioned the bear leaving his tree trimmer 25 feet away which is why I referenced the 12 1/2 people who lost their feet, and wondered if since your hubby is "handy" if he would have hands to go with the 25 feet?

rswestley

AHA! A battle of the Tourism Departments! I'm all in! Loser has to wear a mini-kilt to his own funeral...

Bubble, you should come and live in The Litter Box - we don't have any of these problems. We don't have bears (the bears ran away long ago because of the gang violence), we don't have Autumn leaves falling everywhere (cactus have no leaves... they run around naked), and snow shovels are unheard.... hey, wait! What's a snow shovel? It's all good here - and unlike AussieLand, in Arizona skin cancer is absolutely free!

Nev, I think you will great in a mini-kilt... and I will make sure the caterer serves haggis at your after funeral celebration … oh how I love parties!

ulangariver

Bubble, you should come and live in Oz - we don't have any of these problems. We don't have bears (well, we have Koalas, but they are not actually 'bears'), we don't have Autumn leaves falling everywhere (gum trees are much better behaved), and snow shovels are unheard of because we don't have snow. It's all good here - there's room for you and Harvey! :-))) ♥♥♥

Bubble

A bear visited our friend's house last winter. She watched thru the window as he vaulted over the fence, checked out the large composter ………. it was empty and he vented his rage by throwing it right across the garden. Then he lolloped over to the far fence and vaulted next door. It made our local paper and was the subject of many laughs. As one of my walks is around that area very early in the day, I take great care not to pick a fight with anyone or thing over 2 feet tall. (❀ᴗ❀)

Judy - If ms wants custom made paw wear, he will have to visit us for measurements. Time lapse ambulation will take too long, perhaps you'd drive him up here - time for a visit anyway !! (❀ᴗ❀)

jals

Ah, but Sloth, who were the 12 1/2 people who lost their feet to the bear?

Bubble, I'm sorry to say you caught me napping and thus, I'm late to the party. These sound like great inventions or copied inventions and good for Harvey to whip them up. He sounds very handy. Maybe he could spare some to go with those feet, Sloth has.

msbonne

:::sigh:::

It is true about bears.

I leant my tree trimmer to a bear once and found it three weeks later. The bear had left it a very long ways away (25 feet), in the rain and weather. Then he had the nerve to get angry when I would not lend him any other tools.

Juba1010

Excellent idea. I need to get an extra snow shovel though. I only have one and the bears are careless with the tools. :-)

Bubble

JJuba - we have bear proof composters and food waste bins and bears would have a job getting in our garden, but jolly good guess.

If we can just train them bears to pick up the leaves and put them in the can …………… (❀ᴗ❀)

Juba1010

Thanks Hoff. My clever labor saving devise is using my snow shovel to put pine needs in the green waste cans. My daughter invented it though. And bungees and pine sol to keep the bears out of the garbage.

msbonne

Juba, I think that counts.

Juba1010

I was about to guess it was to keep large round bears out of the garbage can..... I was so close!

msbonne

It happens TIM. Then again, building a square former, would not be an exact replica of the ancient ones.

Bubble

Well, John and ms - at least its some consolation to know you're getting consolation Points. Been a bit thin on the ground lately, just don't tell Hippo ! Privet is not to his taste. (❀ᴗ❀)

rswestley

Glad I was too late to guess... I was going to say it was the latest in headwear, but my head is more square and less rectangular... and these look a bit too small for my head

msbonne

I am proud to be amongst the winners.

nanab

Way to go pyrographer6.
Job well done Harvey.

Bubble

WE HAVE A WINNER !!


Pyrographer6 - Close enough - you may choose a light or dark black colour for your Prize - just to let you know it comes ready to assemble in 2,000 pieces, should be a snap for you. (❀ᴗ❀)

BTW - The bag goes inside the can and the frame and is held in place by a bungee cord - it takes small cheap garbage bags.

Although a similar gadget is available on the market in Canada, it costs a hefty $40.
Harvey's version cost about $9

Consolation Privet Points for the Losers, you know who you are. (❀ᴗ❀)

msbonne

Bubs, I am fully aware of this fact. I think the craftsmanship on these REPLICAS is fantastic.

pyrographer6

Place a large yard trash bag in the can and and pull the bag top down over the outside of the can. Place the front square (#2) into the top of can. Brackets hold the frame at the top and clamp the bag in place so it doesn't collapse into the can as you fill it with leaves.

Bubble

Ok - BB your memory is excellent - I don't mind if you guess it now or not - couriers cost time and money.

Bonnie - if only you'd said 'thingamajig' - but you'd still be wrong.

Hippo - its the right size for an overweight horsey, but you're wrong.

ms - these were made a bit later than 1104 - Harvey is not quite that decrepit yet. Try again.

Bonnie - I thought Hub might get this as its more in his neck of the woods.

Will give out clues later if no further brain cells working today (❀ᴗ❀)

Bubble

@morepiecesplz

Tagged you a bit later mpp as I knew you'd get this one quickly. (❀ᴗ❀)

manicpuzzler

LOL :))

Hubster has no idea either!

msbonne

These are precision made rectangle formers. While these appear to be new, the first rectangle formers were created in 1104 BC. They were used for, well, forming rectangles.

Excellent replica work done here.

hippo

Obviously it is the entrance portal for an oversized catflap for overfed cats (or a small puma).

manicpuzzler

I know, I know. It's a wooden thingamabob :)

nanab

The last time you did one of these, the hose holder, you wanted us to hold off on answering so others could guess. Have the rules of play changed?

Bubble

It will have to be couriered in to you BB - at great expense I may add !! However I do need a more in depth answer. Like Bonnie, you're skirting around it. (❀ᴗ❀)

manicpuzzler

No clue!

nanab

I've got this one Bub!
How should I ready myself for the prize?
Is it too big for a purse, but smaller than a fridge?

Bubble

Good guess, Bonnie, just need a few more details, ask Elvis, just published ! (❀ᴗ❀)

manicpuzzler

It's on the ground and it's square. Square root of two :)

Bubble

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