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  1. #1
    Lisa Werth
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    Yvonne, what Genesis?

    You didn't ger my post about mistaking a chamber pot for a giant tea cup. (okay who else is lurking here.) It's possibly an easy mistake to be made by a person that had never seen one before.
    I didn't get your post, did you send it to my writers.net account? I wonder if something is up with my account her too. Bummer!



  2. #2
    lisa arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
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    Re: Yvonne, what Genesis?

    I have a new chapter to Genesis..... I emailed it to you..... arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh....
    email me at the other address I hope it gets through... then we will try this again....
    yvonne

  3. #3
    Yvonne
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    Re: Yvonne, what Genesis?/Lisa

    I am so sorrrrrrrrrry..... I messed up the name.... how funny.....................
    Yvonne

  4. #4
    Lisa Werth
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    Re: Yvonne, what Genesis?/Lisa

    Rats, I'm on my way out the door will get back to you later.

  5. #5
    Gary Kessler
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    Re: Yvonne, what Genesis?/Lisa

    Lisa: Well, we did have friends who lived in Paris for some time who brought back an Empire china bidet and used it for decades as a punch bowl.

  6. #6
    Lisa Werth
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    Gary

    Did they know this or did someone point it out to them at a party? My mistake has been retold at recent parties.

  7. #7
    Molly B.
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    Re: Bidet

    Please tell me it was not USED!

  8. #8
    Gary Kessler
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    Re: Bidet

    Lisa: Sure, they knew. This is the same woman who had a nude oil of herself over the guest toilet (come to think of it, I have another friend who did the same thing of a photo of her arising Aphrodite-like from the surf) and when her grandchildren drew pictures with crayons on her living room wall, just put fancy frames around the drawings. A real classy dame.

    Molly: Well, now, it was more than a hundred years old, and she bought it in a fancy French antique store (in Versaille), which claimed it came out of the royal palace there. Now, do you suppose that might mean it was used?

  9. #9
    Molly B.
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    Re: Bidet

    Hah! That's some punch...

  10. #10
    Lisa Werth
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    No Tea Party

    In the case of the chamber pot it was in my sister's garage. I was in charge of doing some spring plantings for her. I thought it was some funky pot shaped like a big tea cup.

    Gary, my comments about the nude bathroom paintings would be censored, if I typed them. :0

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