December 29th, 2005

bunny

Meet My New Boyfriend...

(originally posted on ohnotheydidnt by bunnicula38 )



December 28, 2005 -- SEAN Lennon is determined to kick off the New Year with a new girlfriend - and he's asking PAGE SIX to help him find one. "Any girl who is interested must simply be born female and between the ages of 18 and 45," John Lennon's singer/songwriter son, 30, told us. "They must have an IQ above 130 and they must be honest. They must not have any clinical, psychological disorders . . . and a kind heart. Clearly beautiful - but beauty on the inside is more important - but no deformities, third legs, fifth nipples . . . I'm completely alone and I'm completely miserable. So please send your request to [PAGE SIX]." Ladies, we await your responses.

Source: New York Post - Page Six
http://www.nypost.com/gossip/pagesix/59541.htm

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I'd be so tempted to date him, but mix up his dad with one of the Stones, saying stuff like
"I sure wish Keith Richards was my dad"..... heh.
And that perhaps, is why I'll always be single. ;-)

I sure do wish Sean would record another record though...
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Just call me Bonhomie...

This is now my new nickname. Or rapper name.
Feel free to use in reference to me from now on.
Like when you see me on the street.
Or when you're serving eggs benedict.

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The Word of the Day for December 29 is:

bonhomie \bah-nuh-MEE\ noun
: good-natured easy friendliness

Example sentence:
We look forward every year to champagne and eggs benedict, served up with
plenty of bonhomie, at our friend's annual New Year's Day brunch.

Did you know?
English speakers adapted "bonhomie" from the French "bonhomme," which means
"good-natured man" and which is itself a composite of two other French words:
"bon," meaning "good," and "homme," meaning "man." That French compound traces
to two Latin terms, "bonus" (meaning "good") and "homo" (meaning either "man"
or "human being"). English speakers have warmly embraced the French term and
its meaning, but we have also anglicized the pronunciation in a way that may
make native French speakers cringe. (We hope they will be good-natured about
it!) At this festive time of year, "bonhomie" is also sometimes used to mean
"an atmosphere of good cheer," so you might say a merry family party has a
"holiday bonhomie."
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Foods that are Harmful/Fatal to Dogs

(originally posted by xotiffany -- thanks!)

Common Foods That Are Harmful Or Even Fatal to Dogs
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Many common foods are actually harmful or even fatal to dogs. Some of these (listed below) will surprise you. Others are things you would never give your dog purposefully, but now you will be more careful to not let them be in your dog's reach. And some just need to be limited to small amounts.
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