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Sunday, July 10, 2005

Hurricane Dinner at YatCuisine


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Originally uploaded by Danno1.
Check out YatCuisine's tips for cleaning out your Fridge and Freezer as Dennis approaches. By the way, doesn't Dennis sound like too nice of a guy to knock your house down? They're really scraping the bottom of the barrel for these names. No wonder no one wants to flee. Oooh, Dennis is coming. Ivan was a good name for a hurricane, unfortunately he lived up to his name.

3 Comments:

Blogger sadie mae said...

Great post guy...Cindy tore our tree out by the roots....damn said M.A. ohwell Denise the Menance.

10:46 PM  
Blogger Danno said...

I've known a few girls like this. Cindy was a sweet gal...but when I refused to give her back her Gordon Lightfoot records, she uprooted my tree. :0

(I really don't know where I picked up Gordon Lightfoot, he just popped in there.)

3:39 PM  
Blogger Laurie said...

I was thinking the same thing about the name Dennis for a hurricane. He actually turned out to not be such a bad dude Hurricane-wise. Perhaps, we should name all our hurricanes Bunny or Sissy or Precious or something sweet. :)

9:31 PM  

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