But the puzzle pieces don't even go to a puzzle. Yes, they have clever sayings on them, but they don't even fit TOGETHER! That disturbs my sense of necessary completeness...whatever that means exactly. Maybe I just need more affirmation. :)
I know Carik it's totally retadded! Oh and have I mentioned I think it's so awesome that you work for Lifechurch.tv? :)
I'm sorry but this is unbelievably Lame-O! Seriously, who would order something like this? I think if anything this would set my Sarcasm-o-Meter flying, and I would respond to each positive affirmation with "Oh puhLEAZE!" and "Give me a friggin BREAK!" and so on. I've never been motivated by applause either.That said, I do have a little plastic gold trophy at work that says "Winner" on it (it came in the mail addressed to someone who had left the firm so I kept it). When I'm feeling downtrodden, I put that out next to my little plastic lobster near my computer and boy, I sure do feel like a winner!
Yeah! I like the one that says "Without me the puzzle is incomplete" - seems kind of appropriate right now.Time to plan your trip down under - oh no, I just remembered that someone in your family has a cat allergy -- I think it is you Shan -- never mind, we'll send the kitties out to a local B & B when you get here. Tis a bit hot right now though.
Hi Katie and Mme B! You DO realize I am joking about this type of validation right? I mean the movie on my last post totally makes the right point. This one is a sad sad marketing tool that leaves me with my mouth gaping. Puh-leaze to the MAX! :D
I just wet my pants.Hooray for me!This was crazy great!
Here are some more slogans for puzzle pieces:"I can't believe""The crap""People try to sell!"The air-pumping was too, too much for me. Terrific.
Hee hee hee, Shan!"Hooray for you!"
Hahahaha Beck! I like your puzzle pieces. I laughed real hard at the air pumping too. I don't know about anyone else, but that was just what I needed to hear. ;0)
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