Drought breaker

I didn’t expect to break my blogging drought in this manner, but I couldn’t resist.

I think my sink is clogged!

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  1. HA!!!!!πŸ˜›
    Fortunately it’s an easy fix! And where did the other clog end up? In the kitchen sink?
    Sorry, I shouldn’t be such a heel!πŸ˜‰
    HUGS!!!πŸ˜€

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  2. I’m glad you broke your drought! You are hilarious! πŸ™‚

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  3. Luca Marchiori

    Do come back soon!πŸ™‚

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  4. Thank you SO much for making me laugh – I happened to need it at that moment.

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  5. Stay strong and have some (Dutch) courageπŸ™‚

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  6. Oh, interesting idea! Up to now I’ve always used soap, but I’ll definitely trying washing my face and hands with clogs from now on. I guess it works by taking the germs and stomping on them.

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  7. Thanks for the laugh, Yvonne. I love the clog. Hope the drain clog is now resolved.

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  8. Ouch! You win ‘pun of the week’ award.

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  9. I always wiondered why we wanted the pair of shoes have the same color ! Keep inventive mind and feet !:)
    Love❀
    Michel

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  10. Heehee ! Good one YvonneπŸ˜€
    Why am I following this Aussie clogger ?πŸ˜€β€

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  11. I just want a pair of lime green clogs now! I have some Dutch ones from the early eighties but they look really boring by comparisonπŸ™‚

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    • For some reason, it’s not a matching pair, which has always bugged me. Might I be a touch OCD? The other one is blue.

      When they were first bought, my little 12 year old feet would go into them. Not any more, sadly.

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  12. You can’t turn the clog back.

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  13. And another thing, why exactly is there a shoe in your sink? What goes on down there in Oz?πŸ˜‰

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  14. Wahaha! You don’t really know a person until you have walked a mile in their…clogs.πŸ˜‰

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  15. That cheered me up this morning

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  16. Is this the clog that Cinderella lost? You make me laugh Yvonne. It’s so good to have you back!

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  17. MARGOT HOPE

    I think your problem is much more serious than Blogging! Nice to hear from you. With love Sent from Margot’s iPad

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  18. Andrew Hall

    Tap dancing again, Yvonne.

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  19. Haha that made me laugh out loud. It also makes me wonder how your shoe got in the sink. Crazy dance party going on at your house?

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  20. Who fits the clog should wear the consequences.

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  21. πŸ™‚ And your clever readers comments are just as much fun! Me – I got nuthin’!!

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  22. Welcome back to bloglandia.

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  23. Porcelainly, I wooden’t have, might have advised that you shoe-dn’t have, but that’s all down the drain now.

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  24. PS Is that Grandma’s clog?

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  25. It’s good to just plunge right in. Keep plugging away.

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