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FHE Monday.

There are no words for this picture.

Just this.

FHE tonight at mine. Offered my abode because out of all our homes, mine is the warmest. By the end of the night, F did not stand for family anymore and H was hell.
You work it out.
It's fairly simple.





Know how to get them all to leave when they don't look like they're going anywhere anytime soon? Tell the kids to follow you outside, you want to show them something then tell them it's in their cars.
Magic.
PS: Soup #87.
It was 78 cents (Uncle Bills) and deserved a spot on the soup list because of the price. Tastes like spice heaven.

Tyrion calls.

Comments

Melissa said…
Lol I like that car trick.
Me said…
Omg Tyrion. For reals!!!! Just watched the season finale. And his speech a few episodes back...immediately rewound and watched it again. He rocks.

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