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April 18, 2011

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Maybe a game of 20 questions might help you. I'll start:

Did it have something to do with cheese?

Let me think.... mmmm'no.... and not even any about cottage cheese...

OK. So, we can exclude all cheese-related ideas. Excellent. That narrows it down.

Did it involve a lot of work?

Yes, we can exclude (not extrude) any cheese-related ideas.

A lot of work?? I seem to recall it taking a lot of work, but not feeling stressed, so feeling like although it would take a lot, it wouldn't be frustrating... you know?

Probably not teaching EL to drive, then.

So, OK, something you like doing. An art project?

LOL! No, not teaching EL to drive... And, yes, it was definitely an art project... I just can't remember the angle of the project.

Did the project have angles (as opposed to smooth curves)?

LOL. They usually have both.

Summary so far:

Not cheese-related
Not EL-driving related
Art-related
A lot of work
Not stressful
Has both angles and curves

There can't be that many things left...

Fish stole it.

Making a giant Elephant building to get more through traffic at your house. Ned Beaumont has the plans ONLINE!!! You can just filch them.

There can't be that many things left...

But there are degrees within the degrees...

Fish stole it.

LOL! Of COURSE! I should know better.

AK- I like the way you think. :)

Ned Beaumont has the plans ONLINE!!! You can just filch them.

I hate AK.

You were sending me ten dollars.

1. Jennifer's note-pad.
2. ?????
3. PROFIT!!!

lol @ Mandos! lolol

Hope you find your idea soon!!

As I started to read this, I was filling in my own blanks. Art project (knitting) take lots of time (big knitting), pleasant not stressful (maybe a big lace stole) and then one of the very next comments said Fish Stole It and mentally catapulted into an image of Fish, who I have never met, as a BIG fish, in a lace stole. There is some kind of game you can play where the cueing sets you up for one thing and then the final question asks you something seemingly unrelated, and instead of answering it correctly, you answer according to the priming effect. I used to know what this is called but I think I wrote it with a yellow sharpie on a yellow post it.

LOL!

I bet the fish stole would be awesome... what colors would you use? Mermaid colors?

I know... when I remembered I had used a yellow Sharpie, I was thinking, why even write it down if you're going to use something you can barely see?!?

You were sending me ten dollars.

Only ten?? I never suspected Substance as being cheap and easy.


LOL @
1. Jennifer's note-pad.
2. ?????
3. PROFIT!!!

Did the project have angles (as opposed to smooth curves)?

Posted by: Mandos | April 18, 2011 at 04:07 PM

Got it.
~

You're a sick man, thundra...

But I'm getting much better, now.

/Alex DeLarge

I got an idea!

Leave a bowl of food out on the porch for your idea.
~

Maybe I should leave a lamp out, sans light bulb.

Lose another idea, but this time stick a tracking device on it -- they may end up at the same place.

:)

I like that.

Maybe I should plant an idea and see if I end up with a garden full of them... although, I'll probably find out that most ideas are just weeds.

Maybe I'll paint weeds this summer.

I bet the fish stole would be awesome... what colors would you use? Mermaid colors?

I sense an epic regretsy post

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