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Thursday, May 01, 2008

Perfect Post Award

Most months I forget about nominating someone for the Perfect Post award, even with a reminder! But this month I read a post and it was so funny, so perfect that I had to bookmark it so I would remember where I read it when it was time to nominate for this month's PP.

Without further ado, I nominated Mrs Chicken of Chicken and Cheese for the funniest post I've read in a very long time. She's a real original, peeps. Read her. When someone can make garbage this funny, she's got a future in blogging.


Mrs. Chicken, this button is for you!

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2 Comments:

Blogger Mrs. Chicken said...

I have to say, I never thought, as a young girl dreaming of a future in letters, that one of my greatest accomplishments would be writing about a giant filty d*ldo!

Thanks for this! It made my day, and did I ever need it.

xoxox

1/5/08 1:43 PM  
Blogger Daisy said...

I clicked over and then realized I'd actually read the post and roared with laughter over it! Very deserving.

1/5/08 8:35 PM  

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