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To: bluejeans who wrote (8)4/24/1998 8:41:00 PM
From: Dusty
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Bob,

I loved it and hope you stop in often and bring a few grins with you. LOL That is what the site is for fun and knowledge.

Dusty :o)

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To: Trumptown who wrote (7)4/24/1998 8:43:00 PM
From: Dusty
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Sting-Ray, I think so too. VBG <EOM>

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To: Dusty who wrote (9)4/25/1998 11:50:00 AM
From: bluejeans
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Hi Dusty,

Secret message eggs
Hardboil an egg - app. 5 minutes. Allow it to cool. Dissolve a bit of alum in a little vinegar. Alum is found in the pharmacy or in the grocery store with pickling supplies. Use this solution to write on the eggshell using a toothpick. Once the egg is dry, it will look perfectly normal. When the shell is later removed, the writing will be visible on the egg's surface. This does not render the egg inedible; alum is not toxic. It is used in canning, and is what gives pickles the pucker.

I will try this one with my daughter soon.

Bob

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To: bluejeans who wrote (11)4/25/1998 1:07:00 PM
From: Dusty
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Bob... COOL, I can hardly wait to do this with my grandson of 8! I know all about alum as I have canned many a pickle in my day.

Thanks for sharing!

Dusty :o)

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To: bluejeans who wrote (11)4/25/1998 1:32:00 PM
From: Dusty
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bluejeans,

I just had to do a double take on your neat post! My hubby just found a special on eggs! He brought home 4 dozen. I have been wondering what I would do with all of them. NOW, I know...

I will hard boil some and write messages of love and lust on them! Well how do ya all think ya keep a marriage of 30 years exciting anyway? VBG ... you just keep doing the "little things" that make us all feel special. LOL

Now, you gals or guys, if you want to really "impress" your sweetie, give this a whirl. Make sure a couple make it into their lunch sack and then wait for the pay off... They will be the envy of all their peers as they peel the egg and discover the secret message you wrote too them.

What a wonderful special way to say... I love you to your loved ones!

Dusty :o)

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To: Dusty who wrote (13)4/25/1998 2:33:00 PM
From: Trumptown
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Cool idea...family is the most important! Speaking of which, here's my daughters web sight (she's in college - argh I must be getting old). If you have some time, check it out. It's pretty cool

oberlin.edu

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To: Trumptown who wrote (14)4/25/1998 3:02:00 PM
From: Dusty
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You feel old! Hey, my son is got kids and one of them is in school. VBG it happens to the best of us! VBG

Dusty :o)

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To: Dusty who wrote ()4/25/1998 4:58:00 PM
From: Dusty
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To All, I found what I think could be useful information and am posting a link to it. Check it out.

Subject 17107

Dusty :o)

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To: Trumptown who wrote (14)4/25/1998 5:14:00 PM
From: Dusty
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Thomas, Oops... StingRay,

I checked it out and it is cool and so is she. Lovely daughter.

Dusty

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To: Dusty who wrote (17)4/25/1998 11:15:00 PM
From: Trumptown
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Thanks...eom

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