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Want to try something really funny?

I have an idea.  Google your name and then the word "wants".   See what the first ten things say.  I just thought this would be funny to do.  Here's what came up tonight for my name:

"Deanna wants a picture of her teeth!"
"Deanna wants the main color to be brown."
"Deanna wants Jason back."
"Deanna wants it all."
"Deanna wants to be home, closer to her family."
"Deanna wants to be married and make sure she plans an active part in her children's lives."
"Deanna wants to see the fun side!"
"Deanna wants to have three kids by thirty!"  (I did, by the way.)
"Deanna wants to get on with it!"
"Deanna wants to pursue personal goals."

Google your name, just for fun!

Comments

Ruth, PA said…
The first one on my list was, "Ruth wants to be a doctor." Hey, I'm young enough...it could happen...NOT!!!
lol
Teeb said…
OK, I don’t think I have ever posted on your site. I think you are brilliant by the way baby! And no, I am not in the dog house or sleeping on the couch for all of you readers. In fact I have never had to sleep on the couch in 22 years of marriage, that is unless Deanna joined me there! I thought I would give the whole google thing a shot and see what came up. Here was my results…
Whatever Larry Wants, Larry Gets (wouldn’t that be nice)
Larry wants $12.3 billion more (what happened to the first 12.3 billion?)
Larry Wants YOU!! (Deanna that one is for you!)
Larry wants woohoo but she doesn’t feel like it. (……)
LARRY WANTS A LEGEND (I am married to one!)
Larry wants to take care of himself, but he needs some help. (I try)
Larry wants a hug. (Don’t we all?)
Larry wants to know what other plants families used to survive in the coal camps, especially what they would gather in the woods. (I guess I just had to know!)
Larry wants to see full frontal shoes photos. (That sounds kinda creepy)
Larry wants to find someone who already has kids (To help add more kids to the church?!?)
Larry wants you to check out a photo on MySpace (It is a picture of full frontal shoes!)
Larry wants me to try some of his custom-made Viagra. (OK, I think I will quit right there…)
Wow babe, you have graced my blog with a comment. This is a first. I think we need to celebrate tonight! :)

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