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She's still talking....

I can always tell when my co-worker is excited about a story because she waltzes to my desk like we are BFFs and whispers very loudly, lol! (Being quiet is not one of her strong points.) I think she wants to make sure I am listening to her saga so she has to face me.
So today I was expecting the normal Wal-Mart crush story, because we all know the Wal-Mart man is in love with her cause he doesn’t say hello to everyone, but no. No, this one tops the normal odd stories she tells.

So she and her husband are cleaning out a drawer and they find in their parents’ house and come across a bunch of finger vibrators.
What do I care? What am I supposed to say to that? How do I erase the image in my head of her and her husband holding vibrators that belonged to their parents? YUCK! And she wonders why we can’t be friends; because you are always telling weird stories like this!

I see a vacation and tropical drinks in my near future…..


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