Pictorial Dookie

Demi-Humans, Food, Places and Spare Parts

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Awwwwwwwwww!  It’s a Sid!

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My ass was just as fascinating in 1999!

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Our relationship, summed up in three frames

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Mushrooms!

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More Mushrooms!

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Mushroom Diarrhea!  Oh my, this looks most foul.

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Bungfruit, aka Chayote

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A counter full of CRACK…cocoa nibs and avo’s

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Olive oil makes your heart happy!  And the pan too!

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Cayenne Ginger tea, cold relief

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Fucking. Coconut. Milk.

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Microwave beer brick, for landscaping, house building, and throwing at car windows

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Huggles for fuggles (or $2.95)

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Eternal battle: Wookie vs. Eggie

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When it snows in South Carolina and you own a Subaru, the streets are YOURS

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Foam rainbows!  The only time the Golf got a bath last year…poor little fella.

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Problems acknowledged, problems multiplied

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That hand got a little too hot and heavy…

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A phlebotomist’s wet dream.

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Yup.

THE END

13 thoughts on “Pictorial Dookie

  1. Crohn’s, kidney disease, and colitis are listed first , and then “unexplained weight loss.” Unexplained? Really? I’m not sure, but I think I could easily be a doctor. Just pretend to know everything, when I really know nothing. Because it’s unexplained. 🙂

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    • Ha! I know! That was the reason entered for referrals, so when Gi, nephro, and endo said the condition within their specialty wouldn’t cause that much weight loss, it just sat there. But, uh, put ’em together? Crohn’s colitis, abdominal pain, nausea/loss of appetite. Nah, that can’t be it. I’d hire you! You don’t take shit from anyone. 🙂

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  2. I really loved this! Under “Problems Listed” I have 7! Ridiculous! I snort laughed when I saw “Phlebotomist’s Wet Dream”. I’ve actually had two professionals tell me I could “make money with my veins” because they’re so great. What does that even mean?? Every time I have to have a needle the person makes a comment about how great my veins are. If they’re so great I wonder why the nurse, phlebotomist, doctor, etc, still manages to blow it up or hit it wrong so blood spurts across the room. You have to love the Medical Community. Or do you?

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