Dares

I’ve been thinking about the lists people sometimes make of “Things to do before I die”. Well, being a completely lazy person, I’m thinking that YOU should make that list for me. So whaddaya think? Any reasonable requests?

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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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10 Responses to “Dares”

  1. Annette Said on:

    Have a baby! Altho, you’d lose a lot of tv time, rather, the program of choice may change. Forget sleeping in, altho, you’d probably be in bed by 8pm every evening. Shopping days would look a little different, no more restaraunt supply stores, but, you’d probably need to take a vacation to your local IKEA store with a uhaul, so that the nursery would be very efficient and crazy cool! By the way Lloyd…there would be no time for cutting your hair!
    I dare you!

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  2. Brad Said on:

    One of the things on my list is to see a cinnamon tree. In fact, what I really would like is to visit a cinnamon plantation. The problem is that my research tells me that means a visit to Madagascar or Sri Lanka. How am I ever gonna do that? I guess I’ve got to start buying lottery tickets…

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    • Peggy Said on:

      Brad, you did not follow the directions … you’re supposed to list something for Lauren to do before she dies. I would like to go to Bora Bora & have dinner with Anderson Cooper. (just following the teacher’s example)
      Lauren—how about drive across America, have a crab pretzel & grow a beard!

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      • Lauren Said on:

        The beard one frightens me, but the crab pretzel sounds good. Any other strange food ideas?

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        • Brad Said on:

          How about strange cow parts? Have you had tripe? Chitlins? Sweetbread? (That’s the thalmus gland, whatever the heck that is) Brains? Liver? Heart? Testicles? Tongue? All of those are pretty easy to come by.

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  3. Beth Said on:

    Get published in a national magazine!! But I recommend that it not be “The Weekly World News” or “The National Inquirer”…and that it not be for not wearing underwear when you’re out partying after you and Lloyd divorce…

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    • Lauren Said on:

      I’ve been published in a very limited release -- does that count? (The Mailbox -- a magazine for Preschool Teachers.) I tried for Reader’s Digest once but was shot down. *sniff*

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  4. Cousin Sam Said on:

    I’m with Beth, which ever or whomever Beth is, divorce Lloyd should definetly be one of the things. Let him down easy with a post to “LaurennotLloyd.com”

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    • Lauren Said on:

      While it’s tempting -- I can never divorce Lloyd! Who will fix my computer problems if I do? He’s more valuable than if I were married to a doctor.

      P.S. -- Beth is Brad’s little sister, only she’s all growed up now with babies of her own!

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