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August 21, 2008

WHY THIS BLOG SUPPORTS A THREE-DAY 'COOLING OFF' PERIOD FOR THE PURCHASE OF GNOMES

(Thanks to Jan Anderson)

Update: Janice Gelb sends this version, including this:

The gnome, about a foot tall, wore a hat, a blue shirt over a bulging stomach and a wide grin as it sat on a table in open court throughout the two-day trial. Morrison and the weapon were separated by about 2 feet of table, with the gnome facing the defendant.

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What has this done to Travelocity™ stock?

Now that's reporting!

Eeeeeew, Gnomes! Hate 'em! They can sneak into places your washcloth hasn't been.

*does daily PGC (perimeter Gnome check)*


Another breakthrough in the Human/G-nome project.

Blue shirt? Hmmmm.

i wouldnt have recognized that gnome without the description.

A foot-tall cement gnome weighs only 2 pounds? Who knew?

Now come on yall....who here hasn't thrown a gnome in frustration as you were tripping out of the house?

I know I have.

Hi Ho Hi Ho it's off to court we go...

He got confused and thought it was a dwarf.

Perhaps Gnome-flinging can replace softball in the next Olympics.

And it happened on February 14th, too.

"Will you be my Valentine?"

*WHOOOSH* *THUD* *SHATTER*

"Guess not..."

It's fairly common to transpose syllables and misquote things randomly when drunk and then follow the words when spoken in one's head. For instance: "Hair's no place like gnome." Clearly he was confused but had the girl's best interest at heart when he hurled the gnome at her hairy head.

Not guilty.

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