Couldn't I just give you some yarn?
I can't decide if that's hilarious, disgusting, or both.I am, however, considering the opportunities to scare my child into handwashing...
LOL!! I liked the mad cow disease!! Lydia
I'm really tempted to get the Maladies set and use them as Christmas tree ornaments.I'm twisted, aren't I.
Carol, they sell these at the AIA Bookstore on 17th St. I got one of my friend's twin boys Ebola virus and head lice for Christmas ...
people must think I am soooo strange LOL(I am, a little)
Did you happen to notice that Lyme is just syphilis in a different color?You might also check out Infectious Awareables
It's those damn spirochetes. Mel, do you know someone sent me a poem they did about the syphilis spirochete?Ahem. I just want to make clear, however, that I do not have, nor have I ever had, syphilis.In case my husband's reading this.
P.S. to Ted: Yes.
There's a market for everything! p.s. did you get my email with photos of your sweater?
I'm a new reader - so do you have or have you had Lyme??It looks too friendly to cause all the aggrivation it does though doesn't it?I HATE workd verification - 3rd time is a charm I hope
this is more on the 'torturing kathy' topic, but have you seen this site?http://whatnottocrochet.wordpress.com/perhaps the lyme critter could be crocheted in koigu?
Well, gee, "anonymous", I saw that dreadful hat weeks ago.Not exactly sure what it has to do with me, though.Can you tell your hilarious joke in greater detail?Even anonymously, if you're that much of a chickenshit.
Those are really rather cute...
I'm not sure if I'm amused or horrified.Or both.
You are mentioned in my most recent podcast! Lixieknitsit.blogspot.com of itunes for the link.(PS: Aren't those toys weird? A colleague brought one in to work.)
Thanks, Lixie! I'll check it out.
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