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Date:10/31/2014 2:42:58 PM
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My mommy has never used the corn on the cob popcorn.It sounds good.Next time we go to the bird farm we will get some.Maybe the watts on your microwave need to be higher.Ours is only 700 watts and it takes my mommy forever to make one bag of popcorn.It gets burned a lot too because its in there for so long.I think furballs keep licking because the roofs of their mouths are supposed to be higher than humans.My mommys furball does the same thing when we give her peanut butter.The skin fiblings laugh.They think its funny.That dosent hurt the furball.Well the temps are way to high.In the upper 80s.Almost in the 90s.My moomy gets so grumpy.Tomarrows another good claw biter.We are ready to watch it!!!
Have a happy Saturday.
Wing hugs your Tiel buddy Panther...
PS Those darn roosters now have Tweety imitating their annoying crow.Tweetys good at that stuff hes the talker and the sound machine here.Oh no!!!
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