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Tuesday Giggles: Han Solo Version

For your dose of levity this gray Tuesday, I present you with:
Warning: the brief bit that follows includes one instance of strong language, but, man, is it awesome.
And now, of course, I really want this shirt.

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  1. I like my shirt.

    http://twitpic.com/xysgh

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  2. Diana, *gasp* where did you get that shirt?

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  3. This is made of awesomeness. :) Han rules!

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  4. My husband found it. It was one of those "one day only" designs.

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  5. Katy, he really does.

    Diana, sweet. I love those finds.

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  7. Ah so you're a Star Wars fan? Did you see my story yesterday? It won the Romance category in the Genre Wars Anthology
    http://literarylab.blogspot.com/

    You'll have to scroll down to yesterday's post.

    But the real reason, I came over here- OMG! Dauhter of the Forest-OMG. Marillier is amazing. I'm not totally done. My eyeballs were falling out, and I had to get up extra early to take my daughter to math tutoring, but I don't give a blankety blank about housework or groceries, I'm going to go read. And I'm going to DM you.

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  8. I am most definitely a Star Wars fan. And, no, I didn't see your story! Heading over to check it out now...

    I am utterly thrilled with your response to DotF! Is it not simply wonderful in every way?

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