Vote 4 Me

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The polls closed right after morning recess!
I ran unopposed… The Peabody Political Machine WON!

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Well, I gotta go and shake some hands and kiss some babies!

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Toodles!

The 9 Lives Of Buffalo Tom Peabody

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26 thoughts on “Vote 4 Me

  1. Does the mushroom cloud mean your presidency brings on the end of the world? πŸ™‚ I hope not, I haven’t eaten out of my lunch box yet!

  2. I assume that mushroom plume is Mrs. Stit’s head exploding.

    My dog stole my lunchbox, I had no idea you’d made my lunch for me! I tried getting it away from her, but that bologna sandwich stole her heart. While she’s sleeping off that food stupor I’m going in for ‘the fetch.’

    • Gunther has Mrs Stits this year and he says she’s drinking more than usual. Gunther says she is missing her old-man friend who has been in jail since June for stealing Chapsticks from Walmart. Gunther puts a chapstick on her desk every morning… πŸ™‚

      I put a couple dog biscuits in your lunchbox today. I hope you like egg salad sandwiches and a pickle… I should start putting a personal size Tupperware “pickle-gitter/keeper” in all of my Peabody lunchboxes!

      • Thanks, my lunch was delicious. Egg salad is one of my favorites. Hannah thanks you for her biscuits, too.
        I’m with ya on that pickle idea. My, but you spoil us so! πŸ˜‰

        Gunther, and his hi-jinx; that Chapstick daily ‘trophy’ idea is a side splitter. All those years of nastiness are falling right back in that old galls lap!

      • I’m glad you liked your lunch! Today’s lunch is Stromboli sandwiches with a cup of minestrone in your thermos! Also some bacon flavored dog treats for Hannah! In honor of our Italian lunch, me and Gunther will be speaking with an Italian accent all day at school! Capeesh

      • Minestrone is my all time favorite soup, I went online in search of The Italian Garden’s copycat recipe. It’s excellent. We’re also crazy for Stromboli. My boyfriend, Emeril, has a fantastic recipe.

        Hannah thanks you for those bacon treats, and my empty lunch box is proof positive that your lunch-gifting is greatly appreciated. I mailed you some biscotti as a thank-you. πŸ˜‰

        Ciao!

      • Thank you, we all love biscotti! Today’s lunch box special is ham and Swiss cheese with Dijon mustard sandwich, potato soup in your thermos and a big slice of angel food cake with lemon drizzle. And a shiny quarter so you can get a big ice cream cone from the ice cream lady in the lunchroom! And for Hannah some jerky treats!

      • I think I died and have gone to heaven! How did you know I loved Dijon mustard on my ham and cheese?
        I shared my soup with Hannah. She crunched up some of her jerky and we kept commenting on how good the ‘bacon bits’ were the perfect compliment to the potato soup.
        If I eat like this everyday, there will be no reason to purchase a turkey for Thanksgiving; I’ll be the perfect “Butterball.” πŸ˜‰

      • I have read about mystical societies that worship spicy mustard! πŸ™‚ I must say I have rarely met a mustard I did not like accept an overly hot mustard that I once had in a Chinese restaurant… It was so hot it was painful.

      • I tried to find some reading material about the mystical spicy mustard folklore, but I wound up reading about the significance and reference of the mustard seed in Christianity and in particular, about a sect that wore a symbol of such under their clothing…

        At any moment, I expect Gunther to appear on packages of Chinese hot mustard, to confirm the mystical for me. πŸ˜‰

      • I think there is a brand called coleman’s mustard, it’s a powder and it makes that hot hot hot mustard they use in chinese restaurants.
        On a different note, today on public radio they’re honoring Tom from Car Talk. Me and Gunther are huge Car Talk fans and were saddened to hear about Tommy dying this week. Tom and Ray are definitely two of our role models! It isn’t Saturday without Click and Clack the Tappet Brothers!

      • The news of his passing was sad. I have to admit, I had no idea they were brothers, but non-mechanical woman that I am, I didn’t tune in specifically, but would happen upon their show by accident and would find myself entranced immediately.
        Coleman’s in a can, I remember it well, yellow can! My mother always kept a can in the cupboard.

      • I think the key to their success was, they were and are really nice guys. The world can always use a lot more of that. πŸ™‚ their car garage in Boston was called the Good News Garage, we can use more of that too.

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