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I woke up today and took a photo of a deer in my pajamas

fred rosenberger
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How it got in my pajamas, I'll never know. Nor do I know how it got in my back yard.



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Bear Bibeault
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They can jump amazingly high. How tall is your fence?

So this was taken after you got him out of the pajamas?


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fred rosenberger
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Bear Bibeault wrote:They can jump amazingly high. How tall is your fence?

not an easy question...We have about 4 different fence types around our yard, as our property borders 6 others, and it was all done at different times. So the answer is anywhere from 0' to 7'.

Bear Bibeault wrote:So this was taken after you got him out of the pajamas?

I can't tell you the number of people who don't get the reference. It makes me sad. I would bet that you do, though.
Michael Matola
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Bear Bibeault wrote:So this was taken after you got him out of the pajamas?


Badumchish.

(My wife is the queen of sentences so long you end up having deer in pajamas. Then you (read: I) end getting called impolite names for asking questions like yours.)
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Oh, a reference, you say. Didn't realize I stepped into one of those. Anyone want to clue in this sadness-causer?
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Substitute a trunk for the antlers...
fred rosenberger
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and imagine I had a cigar and a grease-paint mustache
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Thanks.
Randall Twede
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a reference? isn't that kind of like a pointer?


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Bert Bates
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and how he (the elephant) got in my pajamas I'll never know...

Of course all of this occurred the day after I saw the grand canyon flying to New York...


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Bert Bates wrote:Of course all of this occurred the day after I saw the grand canyon flying to New York...


There was an admin at my work (now retired) who wrote mass emails with stuff like that all the time.

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