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April 29, 2008

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Jonathan

Now who in our house would be guilty of leaving towels on the floor???

An investigation must be launched and all perpetrators severely punished!

JD

Joan Lloyd

My kids told me that's where they belong. Easier to reach for Lloyds. Where else???

Kim

You make a very good point with your pet peeve commentary. I have never thought about it quite like that. But then you are a deep thinker. You awaken my curiosity's about things all the time.

I have many a pet peeve. I believe it is has a "pet" in front of it because we nurture these peeves like a pet. We may not like them, but everytime we let it get to us, we have nurtured it negatively a little bit more. Our peeve just keeps growing. So our peeves are pets, kind of like your pet you didn't like so much. Therefore, pet peves are part of all of us like it or not. Did you get all of that??? (A big pet peeve of mine is people who ramble on and on about non-sensical things.)

Heather Darrington

Love it, Mar! I hate towels on the floor as well.

Louise

Shocked that you have this peeve, I can't picture one Lloyd leaving their towel on the floo... you are doing good if this your pet peeve.

Louise

Shocked that you have this peeve, I can't picture one Lloyd leaving their towel on the floor... you are doing good if this your pet peeve.

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