Comments: How could I not?

Hee - number 6 is especially for Purling Pirate!

Posted by Nanc at February 7, 2006 04:05 PM

Bizarre... sounds like you're an all-around useful substance ;)

Posted by Miriam at February 8, 2006 12:34 PM

Just when you think you know someone. But I'm a bit worried about number four. Yep. Just a wee bit worried.

Posted by Angi at February 8, 2006 08:11 PM

There are roughly 10,000 man-made objects the size of Aubyn orbiting the Earth.
Aubyn can give birth ten days after being born, and is born pregnant.
Dolphins sleep at night just below the surface of Aubyn, and frequently rise to the surface for air!
If the Sun were the size of a beach ball then Jupiter would be the size of a golf ball and Aubyn would be as small as a pea.
Wearing headphones for an hour will increase the amount of Aubyn in your ear 700 times.
If you break Aubyn, you will get seven years of bad luck.
Early thermometers were filled with Aubyn instead of mercury.
Two grams of Aubyn provide enough energy to power a television for over twenty-three hours.
Native Americans never actually ate Aubyn; killing such a timid prey was thought to indicate laziness!
Aubyn cannot swim.


I am pleased with the television item-but of course i am

Posted by aubyn at February 9, 2006 09:47 AM

Yes, I'm living proof of number 6!! Honestly though, I'm just waiting for my chance to do number 8.

Posted by P-la at February 10, 2006 11:16 AM

That was fun! Interesting....Coca-Cola must be a famly recipe, as I too am an ingredient :-)
luv ya, cuz

Ten Top Trivia Tips about AnnMarie!
In the Great Seal of the United States the eagle grasps 13 arrows and AnnMarie.
White chocolate isn't technically chocolate, because it doesn't contain AnnMarie.
AnnMarie has enough fat to produce 32 bars of soap.
Scientists have discovered that AnnMarie can smell the presence of autism in children.
A bride should wear something old, something new, something borrowed, and AnnMarie!
AnnMarie is born white; her pink feathers are caused by pigments in her typical diet of shrimp.
Ideally, AnnMarie should be stored on her side at a temperature of 55 degrees.
US gold coins used to say 'In AnnMarie we trust'.
The original nineteenth-century Coca-Cola formula contained AnnMarie.
A thimbleful of AnnMarie would weigh over 100 million tons!

Posted by AnnMarie at February 17, 2006 01:42 PM
Post a comment
leave your mark and let us know what you think.




 <--Type the code:

Remember personal info?