I think they mean special like retarded...
Hahahaha! You could be "dry".
ummm. Anonymous I would like you to be aware that the use of the word 'retarded' is nearly illegal. I will issue a blog arrest if you are not careful.http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5hWWwoSUjbRBhCVinB1YUK13BGDgwD979AD680
I dig their brownies. You're making me crave a ChickFilA brownie. I haven't eaten at a chickfila in almost a year now. But dang, that brownie sounds good!Did you know Mr Leebot has played at ChickFilAs before, as part of their family night? Woo hoo! Talk about "special!"
Tee hee. You're special! (it's the little things, right?)I would wear that sticker around if I were you. ;) But I'm a huge dork that way, so...
Mmm, kind of makes me want a chicken sandwich. I want to be special to! My mamma always said I was special lol
What did you order? GAAAH I love Chik Fil A. They have the world's best milkshakes. You may now slap me for mentinoing that while you're trying to diet. Sorry.
Waaaaaa my nearest Chick-Fil-A is over an hour awaaaayyyyyyy :(
I LOVE Chik Fil A. I didn't discover them until I started WW. I can get a sandwich for just 6 points and they are so YUM!Wish they thought I was special ;)
Would you settle for Grade A?
HP--I grew up in East Texas--Huntsville. Then Leebot and I lived in the Dallas area for years while he did grad school and I did undergrad and my first stint in grad school.You know, Lee's band won Battle of the Bands in College Station once? Ha! You might've been there! Right, didn't you go to A&M for grad school?
are you sure they weren't actually calling you retarded? ; ) yes, politically incorrect, but funny.
dammit--i didn't read the other comments before i commented cos it was days ago when you wrote this. here i was thinking my retarded comment was special or unique. i should have known your sis would beat me to the punch.
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