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Topic: The Swap That Really Tied The Room Together (Fat with images)  (Read 12184 times)
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« Reply #30 on: July 22, 2010 07:50:13 AM »

I love the hair!
« Reply #31 on: July 22, 2010 03:23:11 PM »

This is so incredibly cool. I can only pray to ever make something this awesome. It actually moved me to watch it again (the ten billionth time i'm sure!). Great work!
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« Reply #32 on: July 31, 2010 01:43:15 PM »

Thanks so much guys.  I appreciate all of your nice comments.  I was out of town for a while and one of the first things I did when I got home was watched this movie.  We even contemplated buying it while we were there (that's how much we needed to watch it) and just leaving it for our friends but none of the stores had it.

that's so incredible! You're really very talented, and your swap partner is lucky Smiley

 I just have a comment about the quote - I've heard 'once in a while' but never 'once AND a while' - is that from the movie like that?

I thought it was once in a while too, but i looked the quote up on IMDB too be sure.  But hey, you never know, IMDB could have the quote wrong.  I'm not sure, I guess I'll have to pull out the movie now.

"The only place where housework comes before needlework is in the dictionary". --Mary  Kurtz,  "The Needlework Times" April, 1978.

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