It’s gone now Matieu, thrown in the trash. You’ll never get to see rain gutters on the gingerbread birdhouse…but just so you can remember it…
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WHAT! You threw something away!?! I don’t believe it. I thought that was the prototype. Weren’t you were going to produce a series of homes, using an assembly line approach, getting the entire household involved, and then merchant them?
Where’s the Pell? I don’t see a Pell!
Don’t SAY that!
Oh, ghod, please, no, don’t say that.
I note, however that there weren’t any trees, subtle or otherwise.
What are you talking about? There are two trees in the front yard. With ornaments and stars…are you blind man?
My error. I had assumed those to be, well, not sure, to be honest.
Heh…they were indeed subtle trees.
Even a star on top. Amazing.
It just hit me: you threw something away! Good to see that there is a cure.
Who said I threw it away? There is a responsible adult living in this house you know, and if I catch her throwing my things away again…
Forget rain gutters, you should be asking for battering rams and Nazgul.
Oops, make that batterng rams and Nazgul
OH THIS WILL NOT DO. THIS WILL NOT DO AT ALL!!!! TO THE COSTCO!! TO THE BJ’S WHOLESALE CLUB!! TO THE BIG BOX MART!! WE HAVE SHOPPING TO DO, CANDY TO BUY, PROJECTS TO PLAN!!! HELMSDEEP MY EYE! WE…WILL…NOT…BE…BESTED!!! Ok…I’m calm now. But WOW!!!
We’ll come help! And I’ll even try not to eat all the marshmallows…
What a wonderful candy house. Look delicious enough to eat, even without rain gutters. I like the effect of the christmas trees in the front yard, very festive. But can’t believe you just threw it away. There are many poor unfortunately people around the holidays that would appreciate a gift such as that.
I thought that was the prototype.Where’s the Pell? I don’t see a Pell!however that there weren’t any trees, subtle or otherwise.
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