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madmadmargo said…
These are all great! My first laugh of the day....thanks.
nonamedufus said…
It's amazing what editorial cartoonists can come up with, isn't it?
P.J. said…
I particularly like the one three from the top and the one three from the bottom. :)
What is a "Miley Cyrus" and is it a deadly Canadian toxin that I need to worry about??
nonamedufus said…
Both good choices, P.J.
nonamedufus said…
I don't know either but lots of people seem to laugh a lot when her name gets mentioned.
Florescaroly said…
"Leading Carpet Cleaner in Ocala are taught to make the carpet dry ASAP. The longer the carpet is wet the longer it has to attract dirt and disrupt your life.

Many people expect the carpet to dry in 24 to 48 hours. We however are crushed if it takes more than 8 hours to dry. Sometimes our steam carpet cleanings dry in as little as 4 hours!
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