Outside of that, why bother to be a troll? Life is already full of so many bizarre stories -- that's what keeps me coming back; I am very entertained by a lot of what I read here (and I like seeing responses from lots of people, rather than read an advice column and only read the columnist's reply and almost never know what happened later).
I'd have to agree with that, if I told even half the stories of what has happened to my cousin & her husband people would think I'd be making it up. But they are honestly the most crazy people/events magnets people I've ever met in my life. I really don't know how they do it & half the time they don't even understand how crazy things are until they tell someone else & we all go
Like the time cousin's hubby was in Toronto waiting to pick up cousin from the airport to go to our grandfather's interment, he saw a place that advertised massages & since he'd had a rough flight into Toronto decided to get one. Let's just say he was not-so-subtly offered a happy ending; he really had no idea it was *that* kind of massage place. We knew it was true when he turned about 6 shades of red telling us the story! I just love to live vicariously though them
But I'm loving this thread, I now have too many old threads to re-read!
Maggie - many (((hugs))) to you, I remember the story
VisitingCrazyTown - please let GlindaBunny know we are thinking of her. Her twins were born a year after mine & I always felt so helpless for her but amazed at the strength she showed in dealing with Blueberry's condition.