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Wednesday Giggles: Storm Trooper Version

I don't know why it's so funny. But it really is. Enjoy.

(Thanks to DH for the link. You take care of me, baby.)

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  1. Nerd love is so cute! That should be a Valentines day card :)

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  2. I love this! If you love stormtroopers doing funny things, Google "stormtroopers 365", stefan's flickr makes me laugh every day :)

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  3. Rhiannon, lol. That's a great idea!

    pepsivanilla, ooh, I'll just go do that.

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  4. Anonymous9:25 AM

    Completely unrelated comment, Angie. I'm reading a YA novel called A Brief History of Montmaray. I'm only 68 pages in but I think it's lovely so far. I've never read I Capture the Castle, but I pulled my copy off the shelf yesterday because a blurb on the back cover of Montmaray compares them. I haven't seen any blogger reviews of this, but the trade reviews have been very good. I think it's a book you'll enjoy. Karen

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  5. Karen, ohmygoodness, that book looks good. Keep me posted on your progress for sure! And thank you for the rec. It sounds right up my alley. :)

    KMont, hehe.

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