Date Joined: March 31, 2013
Last Online: December 3, 2022
Birthday: May 11
Country: United States
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Its true, I've broken up with JOhn Cusack. Im now dating his co-star BRAIN, I mean, BRIAN from IGOR cartoon. iF anyone has a BRAIN McDonalds toy I will gladly swap you for it.
One day a few weeks ago-go I plopped onto my bed. With my right hand searching for coolness as it was a heat wave. I ran my hand under my pillow. Much to my surprise I pulled out a egg! A egg? How on earth? Oh, I betch it fell out of my bra. Mystery solved.
Hello fellow baudy botters, Alien artist, sleezy junking sisters, you know who you are. LOL
Found Object Art
Trash Art/Toy sculptures/Tramp Art
I've really never actually made anything yet, LOL, but Im gearing up for it.
NOT SO MUCH TOURISTY
.....unless the swap calls for it:)
Sperm whales. Real or illustrated.
Atomic Age design
Mushrooms, toadstools, Fungi
Postcards of your work!
Flamingos: their pink is so pretty!
Manatees such lovely creatures!
PuMpkiNs real or artsy
cacti: watercolory cute cactus
Festive Llamas and alpacas
Postage Stamp Philatelic Fanatic
Numbers 13 & 7
"Animal Box" Postcards
Doors leading to NoWhere
Doors cool, Arty, Antique, Unusual
Old creeky wood floors. Yes creeky. LOL
Winding, old staircases
Magic 8 Ball. Remember the magic 8 ball?
Cities: Eclectic, Unique, Unusual, Old World
Crescent Moons: exaggerated, whimsy
CobbleStone Streets scenes
HatStands and Vintage Mannequins
Moby Dick ....just for the sperm whale
Retro anything scenes
Aliens cute, no skulls/ goop or gore.
Felix the Clock (I have a real one!)
Retro domestic scenes
Disneys" Its a Small World"
Fields of Confetti
Diamonds in the Sky
The Jetsons ...the cartoon from 60's & 70's
The "EYE". Not goopy, icky, runny or yucky.
Astronomy: Space, Moon, Stars, Nebulas, Northern Lights, etc.
Alice in Wonderland
Charlie Brown & the Gang The voice of Charlie Brown recently passed. 2022. :(
Chesire cat only with sweet grin not sinister
Pixar... in particular Wall-e, Monsters Inc, Toy Story, pixar shorts:)))
animated inanimate objects: dancing spoons.
Any vintage postcard.
Vintage Christmas or Halloween.
My favourite fish is DORY. lol
Fats, Carbs, sugar, puddings. LOL But its a serious bitch not to partake. One day at a time. LOL
Veal. Babies are separated from their moms and placed in a chain so they cant move to make their meat so tender. Bleck. &*#(#
Foie gras: Gooses are held, a funnel is shoved down their throats and unnatural amounts of food are shoved in. To make them plumped quickly. #(#%(#
Heres a your veal:
The pet overpopulation: 13 MILLION dogs, cats, babies kittens and puppies are killed every year because their simply are too many. WTF? Neutered pets are less likely to get cancers:)
OVARIAN CANCER PSA
This is a message for all the SB swappers that have lady bits. There is no screening test for ovarian cancer. Ovarian cancer symptoms mimic other ailments that are easily ignored by women and their doctors. Since the symptoms often mimic other ailments, a large majority of women are diagnosed at a more advanced stage. You can still develop ovarian cancer even if your ovaries or Fallopian tubes have been removed, although removal drastically decreases your chances.The most common form of ovarian cancer is the serous type (abdominal bloating due to ascites fluid).
Never ignore these symptoms! If your doctor ignores or mistreats these symptoms, get a new doctor. You should also make an appointment with your GYN, along with a gastroenterologist, and ask for a Ultrasound, and a CA125 blood test. My research has indicated that there is a huge lack of education about ovarian cancer in the medical community. Shameful, because it is one of the most deadly cancers for women.
Find out about your family history. Sit down with your elders and write down the causes of death going back three generations. If you have cancer related deaths, you may start seeing the same cancers over and over again. If you do, seek out a genetic counselor. If your mom or a grandmother has had breast or ovarian cancer, you should consider genetic testing. My mother has tested positive for the BRCA 2 mutation, and its more than likely her mother was positive too, because she died from ovarian cancer. A parent who has the BRCA 2 mutation has a 50% chance of passing the same onto her children. Males are not excluded. A male who has the BRCA 2 mutation can also pass this mutation onto their children, and they are more at risk for developing male breast cancer, prostate cancer, and pancreatic cancer.
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