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We have plastic plants that are so real they actually lose leaves.
by turdly November 5, 2012 2:38 PM



Do they have 30 years of dust accumulation and cigarette smoke? That's when they tend to fall off ...

I only know this because my grandmother had a forest of plastic plants in her mobile home in Arizona, and when she died at age 94 (she started smoking at age 14 mind you) those plants were looking...well I don't know if I can describe them accurately here. I do know the doctor told her 30 years earlier she needed to keep smoking or she would die sooner. So she was just following doctors orders.











by Dr. Branker November 5, 2012 3:57 PM


No, bright and shiny here. The Poop is too too hyper to have a speck laying around.

My mom smoked herself to death. Sunday drives with the windows up when we were kids. Two two-pack a day smokers, three kids a dog and the windows rolled up.

Smoked IN THE HOSPITAL the day she died.
by turdly November 5, 2012 4:33 PM


she just wasn't getting enough tar in her daily diet,,, she had to use supplements



by LOANMAN November 5, 2012 6:15 PM


Turd my mom also smoked like a coal train when we were kids. Wonder if second hand is gonna get me. She smoked until the week before she died of lung cancer and they atually put the cause of death on her cert as 'Cigarette smoking'. Her last night in the horsepittle before she came home for hospice care, I was sitting outside on some steps when two nurses came out for a smoke. They probably still talk about the crazed fool who ripped them up over smoking. I went all cray z on they asses.
by Cedonulli2 November 5, 2012 11:48 PM


I am at a pretty good place financially in my life right now. However, I still eat Chef Boy R Dee Ravioli at least once a week.


by rspringer November 6, 2012 9:57 AM


i always like spaghetti O's
by LOANMAN November 7, 2012 10:51 AM


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