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Wednesday, November 09, 2005
We may hate our neighbours.
We may hate the pile of trash in their yard.
We may hate that they constantly park in front of the fire hydrant.
We may hate that their dog uses our manicured front yard as a toilet.
Thank heavens that we live next to them and not next to these rascals
Wow, I can't wait to see what fun those two kids are as teenagers :p
The mom can't believe it? Yeah right, and how much do the rascal go do things by themselves every day. I think they need a super nanny...haha
I keep wondering what the heck the parents were doing asleep at noon with two 2 year olds running around?
ACK! to the thought of those kids as teenagers. If I was the neighbour, I would be selling my house long before that! LOL
No kidding about super nanny. Somebody call Nanny 911 stat! :p
Oh my goodness... I am definitely counting my blessings. :-)
Someone in my household suggested that the children be humanely euthanized, but I'm not naming any names...
ROTFLMAO!!! That is too funny!
I love Flippy.
She made my day with that one! :D
Hey, at least I said "humanely". If they were older, I'd be less forgiving.