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Re: Does MP like creme eggs? by risible-phyll on 5 January 2006 10:55pm
 
Hi krissy.... it's Phyll... nice to have you back, I've been *missing * for a little as well.... I'm now known as phyll !! xxxx
 
Re: Does MP like creme eggs? by kazzzz on 5 January 2006 10:56pm
 
Aww possum welcome back :)

This is so kool...Krissy Pats Phyll Soph moi.....like a reunion!!!
 
Re: Does MP like creme eggs? by Kristine on 5 January 2006 11:37pm
 
*waves back to Phyll and Kazzy*

YES! A wonderful, creme filled reunion.
 
Re: Does MP like creme eggs? by peripatetically on 5 January 2006 11:58pm
 
Hi Krissy. I was eating dinner. Now I'm here. lol. gee, you've been away much too long.
Glad t see old frineds among the new again.

Anyway, ... The cream egg farm days must continue...

The bare backsie, poking up was none other than the field worker from the farm house next to old McDonald's farm. Apparently, he was called to not only fill the shelf with potatoes he found in Tony's er, but to fix the plumbing. As we know, plumber's pants show creases in unsightly places. He sensed the peering eyes on his smooth buttokcs and turned to see who was there. With a monkey wrench in one hand and a rubber gasket in the other, there stood none other than.....
 
Re: Does MP like creme eggs? by Chris14 on 6 January 2006 3:54am
 
If Michael likes cream egg, it means he'd like to drop weight... He doesn't need to.

Chris.
 
Re: Does MP like creme eggs? by jaime on 6 January 2006 5:35am
 
LOL the creme egg stories are so funny!
I remember one Easter when I was little, everyone was particularly generous that year and so I replaced the real eggs in the fridge tray for the creme ones and my mum got so annoyed :)
I eat them in many different ways
 
Re: Does MP like creme eggs? by arty_farty on 6 January 2006 11:59am
 
what fool woulden't like creme eggs? dere scrummy.

 
Re: Does MP like creme eggs? by Clare on 6 January 2006 12:40pm
 
I tried to convince my fella to let me buy lots of creme eggs from the supermarket last night (there is tons of Easter stuff in stock already as well as selling off all the christmas stock cheaply!!). Sadly he told me that we need to finish the christmas stuff first and then loose the weight we put on over Christmas!!!
 
Re: Does MP like creme eggs? by kazzzz on 6 January 2006 4:07pm
 
...and Clare youre gonna accept that???

Come here gal we need to talk ;)
 
Re: Does MP like creme eggs? by peripatetically on 7 January 2006 3:11am
 
I've been out all night searching for cream eggs. Not a single one to be found in the state of Maryland. I protest! Meanwhile, I keep ballooning up from the Christmas goodies. Two gourmet boxes of choccies still not opened yet. Still, I'd like to diet so when I DO open them, I won't have to worry too much about gaining that same weight back!

Does anyone know if there's a way to concoct a low-cal cottage cheese dip from cream eggs? Would be divine for the football playoffs and Super Bowl.
 
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