This is the way tranquilizers should be packaged and I need about a dozen of all of them. My sister told me, yes, told, TOLD me that should things go wrong in Queensland I would have to clear out a room for her to live in. That's live, not visit but LIVE IN. But if I can't clear out a room then she can move a caravan into my carport right beside the two cars belonging to her son. I think I have room for the pony. So instead of being happy happy that she's leaving soon I will have nightmares about her coming back.
Tranquilizers in quantity is what I need. I call them Bitch Blitzers.
How I wish such tranquilisers were available on Medicare. With the beverage to wash them down.
El Chi, I was just starting to pick up the will to live and I've dropped it again.
Glad the dvd arrived and I hope you enjoy it.
NO is a most excellent word. And suitable expletives can be attached.
I agree with EC, NO is a most excellent word and should be used more often. Let your sister find somewhere else in QLD if things go wrong in her current abode.
Change your locks.
Omgosh. My first time to your blog and I love you! I think we have the same family. I too wish tranquilizers came JUST LIKE that! I sure could use them right about now! - Love your post. Now I'm going to nose around the rest of your blog. :)
oh dear lord she's a pet isn't she?
Andrew said change the locks and I think you could change your phone numbers too so she cannot call to check that you are still there.
She's never done a darn thing for you, so you do not have to be her saviour.
River, you don't say no to her, it just bypasses her, it should be followed by a good slap. Karma awaits when I won't give her my tranquilizers to get on the plane to Qld.
Andrew, darling, you've got a spare room and you could use a bit of spare cash. Don't look like that, the wind will change and you'll look like it forever.
Welcome Mimi, I like the Magical Mystical. Sister says she's physic but not enough to know what I'm thinking. Her birthday is just before she leaves so I thought I'd give her a dvd to watch on the plane, "Air Crash Investigations".
Annie O, your other gift arrived, magical. I'm thinking of doing a Harry Potter Christmas tree. Plenty of branches around to pick up. I couldn't change the numbers, I want the pleasure of telling her the inheritance won't be ready for at least 6 months.
I've read this post several times (and paused to ogle the "tranquilzers" with lust on each passage), so I fear you're not joking about your sister's announcement.
I'd rather make room for the pony...
Do you think it would be prudent to begin telling her about how much it's costing you to hire exterminators to deal with the swarms of poisonous spiders infesting your property?
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