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Thanks for the concern, Leslie dear.  And I am SO glad I don't work for DeNiro...

Uh oh... what's wrong with DiNiro? :o (or does this belong in Clueless questions)? :D

Nothing. A girl can only cope with so many high-maintenance men at once, though. :D

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She is so upset that she was thinking of *poisoning* her lunch tomorrow. I kid you not. I mean, I would be mad if someone took my lunch, sure, but poison the poor sod?

Poison takes many forms. One of my co-workers addressed the theft problem by inserting a message on a piece of paper placed between the ham and the cheese of a sandwich.

 

Very simple message: "Why are you eating my food?"

 

Problem resolved.

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Another:

 

Last Friday evening, cutting across Leicester Square from Chinatown to get to Waterloo, I think to myself: 'no Londoner would ever be in this godforsaken place of a Friday evening', look up, and there are Johnboy and David standing side by side, jaws slack in true tourist-style, staring at the chiming clock thingamybob on the former Swiss Centre.

 

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Hey, it's a very fine clock!

 

And lots of moving things as well.

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She is so upset that she was thinking of *poisoning* her lunch tomorrow.  I kid you not.  I mean, I would be mad if someone took my lunch, sure, but poison the poor sod?

Poison takes many forms. One of my co-workers addressed the theft problem by inserting a message on a piece of paper placed between the ham and the cheese of a sandwich.

 

Very simple message: "Why are you eating my food?"

 

Problem resolved.

That's very very good. Passing it along to my co-worker as she has not used the rat poison (yet).

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She is so upset that she was thinking of *poisoning* her lunch tomorrow.  I kid you not.  I mean, I would be mad if someone took my lunch, sure, but poison the poor sod?

Poison takes many forms. One of my co-workers addressed the theft problem by inserting a message on a piece of paper placed between the ham and the cheese of a sandwich.

 

Very simple message: "Why are you eating my food?"

 

Problem resolved.

That's very very good. Passing it along to my co-worker as she has not used the rat poison (yet).

In lieu of the rat poison, how about some well placed Ex Lax?

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He sort of thrust it at me (with suitable male audience) saying he thought I was in need of it.

 

It's an annual joke of his when he grows too many cucumbers in his garden.

 

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He sort of thrust it at me (with suitable male audience) saying he thought I was in need of it.

 

Be thankful he just thrust it AT you. :D

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