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    Thursday, December 20, 2007


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    Love it!!


    *snigger* That Margene must know you pretty well. :-) I'm assuming that's not a Mormon-owned bidness.


    Only you could pull that Tee off Norma :)


    Ribbed for her pleasure - oh god its only 6 am and I have already pissed myself. LOVE the shirt. St. A look out!


    wow. that's an awesome t-shirt.


    Yeah, and I think you're going to find that size matters, too.
    ; )


    I brought one of those shirts home to Sharon after my last trip. I think she's afraid to wear it!


    That shirt was made for you Norma....MADE for you;-)


    My dogs are all whining because of the blast of laugh that just burst out of me. That is so fun! And so perfect.


    HA! HA! HA! Perfect! You'll be stylin' at the gym and everywhere else!

    Jean E.

    What a hoot!!


    The google hits you'll get now....

    Dave Daniels

    Wow, those people in SL,UT sure


    OMG, that has to be the best shirt ever. You may not be able to buy happiness, but you sure can buy laughter.


    "My friends. I'm totally keepin' 'em."

    Is this a euphemism? Like "The twins"?


    I love it! I don't think I'd have the kahoonas to wear it in public, but I'm sure you can pull it off beautifully.


    And by "pull it off" I meant "accomplish" not, you know, "undress."


    That is one very fabulous t-shirt! Wear it proudly, dear :^)
    Mmmm, I'm really lovin' that big button.... and the ribbing...


    VavaVoom! Good to see you representin' my hiz-ouse :D


    Good Lord....


    Ha! (which was my exact reaction when I saw the photo) Great shirt, great friend!


    Good freaking God... I love your blog! Fabu T-shirt (Margene has such good taste) and that biggest button is gawgeous!


    Totally teriffic T, bodacious buttons, and "ribbed for her pleasure?" I've never actually seen one of those, so I am quite interested in seeing how it turns out. Which way does the ribbing run?


    If you ever plan a trip to Seattle, we have a t-shirt to add to your gym gear.

    Seanna Lea

    That is a great shirt!

    I tend to wear my old race shirts to the gym. I don't do that many races, but it still manages to give me about 6 new shirts a year (mostly bigger though I have some of the runners tech shirts now too). I can't wait until January when my gym membership restarts!

    Cheryl S.

    My college-age stepdaughter will be visiting Salt Lake in January. No way am I buying her one of those as a souvenir...


    Geez, Norma, that shirt has my name all over it.


    I just hurt myself laughing and it's your fault.


    In Seattle they renamed the South Lake Union Trolley to a streetcar, just to avoid t-shirts similar to that. (The renaming just made more people think about it.) I had not ever thought about Salt Lake in that regard!


    And you wear it so well! [g]

    Hmm. That got me to wondering about our local events. For some odd reason, the Portland Naked Bike Ride doesn't seem to have T-shirts for sale...


    LOL! Love the shirt! Wish I could wear one...mine says "Built for comfort, not speed!" :-)


    Oh, lord, that's hilarious....


    LOVE that shirt!! You look hot! I'd wipe your sweaty brow. :)


    Hehehe! I love that t-shirt, so clever. You only thought you were getting looks at the gym.


    That shirt is the BOMB!


    Looks like most folks have commented on this one, just wanted to add... as far as I know there's only one 'Tulsa', right? and Tulsa spelled backward? yep. need to come up with a T-shirt for that...

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