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September 25, 2006

CAN I HAVE MY MANLY DEODORANT BACK?

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Dave! I just found out that there's a place in NH that sells all the crap they take away from airline passengers! (Not the lost-luggage stuff, the confiscated stuff!) I'll go look for your deodorant....could I have an armpit hair for DNA comparison?

"Obviously, there's been a lot of unhappiness," said Richard Marchi, senior adviser to the Airports Council International, an airport trade group.

Not to mention really really stinky people...

Punkin, I think that's taking the stalker ethos to a new high low.

Dave, does that mean you didn't like getting in touch with you feminine side?

CH - I'm here to help. That's all. I'm not stalky. Or obsessed....I have come to peace with the fact that Dave wants to hide our alien love child from the world until we can board our pod to the planet Booger9 together.

once you go Secret, you cant go back...

Dave - "May I have my manly deodorant back?"

Of course, Dear.

He called the new procedures a "common sense" approach ..

Ya think?! Thank goodness for the government providing "common sense" to the American people.

It's a common sense response to the negative "common scents" going around ...

"Strong enough for a man, but pH balanced for a woman."

If my memories of HS chemistry are accurate, that slogan is a load of bull.

Dave, you keep using your Secret powder-fresh solid and be proud of it!

Punkin', last week they took my little bottle of Listermint from me. See what you can do.

Also, I was in San Diego last week and laid out by the pool to do some paperwork. Got the worst sunburn of my life in 2 hours. (We Pennsylvanians aren't exactly thinking "sunburn" in September). So, I had to buy a small bottle of aloe in the hotel gift shp. 12 bucks for a 5 oz bottle. Since I only had a carry-on I had to trash it after using about a half an ounce. All so you folks can feel safer flying.

My son(13) wouldn't wear deoderant at first, because he told me it caused cancer. Now this. Dangerous stuff...all in the name of smelling sweet!

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