Watching soap operas with the sound off

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There's a soap opera on CBS TV right now with the sound off while Im listening to Thom. Its hilarious to make up your own dialogue. Two women are tied together on the floor of a wine cellar. They've been there, bitching at each other for a half-hour:

(Blond): "That's what you said the last time this happened! But, here we are again, tied together on the floor, and I REALLY need to go to the little girl's room!"

(Brunette) "SKROO THAT! It was YOUR nephew who is up to his neck in debt with the CHURCH! Those weren't SWAT teams, they were DEACONS!"

harry ashburn
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Now, a few minutes later, the good news is, the women are sitting up back-to-back, and now they're chatting, not arguing. The bad news is it looks like the house is on fire.....

harry ashburn
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(Blonde): "Those curtains looked HIDEOUS, but, she made them herself, so, what can you do?"

(Brunette):"Yeah, my daughter's oldest girl is like that.. fashions skirts out of spaghetti and gum wrappers"

harry ashburn
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