Fi’s Knees Party!!!!!!!


Well after he long career helping others Fi is now the Patient. I wish her a speedy recovery.I just hope poor Angus and the big guy are taken care of, so please join me in sending positive vibes to the “BOYS” they did not deserve this may the universe embrace them in its bosom.  Typical Fi, me, me, me! 😉

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3,445 Responses to Fi’s Knees Party!!!!!!!

  1. Darth says:

    “CHEW THE FAT Meaning: Chat; engage in idle conversation. Origin: Originally a sailor’s term. Before refrigeration, ships carried food that wouldn’t spoil. One of them was salted pork skin, a practically inedible morsel that consisted largely of fat. Sailors would only eat it if all other food was gone… and they often complained as they did. This (and other) idle chatter eventually became known as “chewing the fat.”
    TO THE BITTER END Meaning: To the very end – often an unpleasant one. Origin: Surprisingly, it has nothing to do with bitterness. It’s a sailing term that refers to the end of a mooring line or anchor line that is attached to the bitts, sturdy wooden or metal posts that are mounted on the ship’s deck.
    HAVE A SCREW LOOSE Meaning: Something is wrong with the person or mechanism. Origin: The phrase comes from the cotton industry and dates back as far as the 1780s, when the industrial revolution made mass production of textiles possible for the first time. Huge mills sprang up to take advantage of the new technology (and the cheap labor), but it was difficult to keep all the machines running properly; any machine that broke down or produced defective cloth was said to have “a screw loose” somewhere.
    SPEAK OF THE DEVIL Meaning: Someone appears after you mention them. Origin: People once believed that you could actually summon the Devil by saying his name.
    BORN WITH A SILVER SPOON IN YOUR MOUTH Meaning: Pampered; lucky; born into wealth or prosperous circumstances. Origin: At one time, it was customary for godparents to give their godchild a silver spoon at the christening. These people were usually well-off so the spoon came to represent the child’s good fortune.”

  2. Darth says:

    LOLcats from the 1870’s

    Time traveling kittehs

  3. Jack says:

    So it looks like that co-pilot killed everyone on that Germanwings flight:

    http://edition.cnn.com/2015/03/27/europe/france-germanwings-plane-crash-main/

  4. Jack says:

    I know you guys are so disappointed that Zayn Malik is leaving One Direction but please jut remember that tomorrow is another day and this too shall pass.

  5. Jack says:

    What should we do, a weekend party page?

  6. Jack says:

    For Zayn:

    I can’t watch this.

  7. misterx27 says:

    A good cry can’t hurt,let it out guys

  8. Tío Azúcar says:

    Gaydar reminds me of this tune.

  9. waverly says:

    Good evening Realmsters

    Interview is over, back at the hotel and time to kick back have something to eat and chillax. Plane back home leaves in the morning. bbiab

  10. Tío Azúcar says:

    It’s been a bad day. Got a call from Japanese dealer, which was nice. They still like my work in Japan. Unfortunately I’d just put a side in the bender, the side from a $1200 set of highly flamed koa. Well, we chatted away, I wandered into the house, etc. Suddenly, I remembered the bender. Ran back to the shop to find it filled with smoke. The good news is that it didn’t start a fire.

  11. Tío Azúcar says:

    Dinner and a movie time.

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