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Silly Bandz August 9, 2010

Filed under: Uncategorized — Christine @ 8:58 pm

For those of you who haven’t heard, Silly Bandz are all the rage. Elly proves that she is trendy but likes to put her own spin on things by wearing her Silly Bandz on her ankle and even Otis has gotten in on the fad. I wonder if the two-year-olds in Elly’s soon to be preschool will start trading bandz with each other. Maybe they’ll make the news since their learning will be so greatly impacted by such a huge distraction. When I’m interviewed about it for the Today Show I will be outraged because my daughter didn’t learn to take turns, eat snack, or sing songs due to Silly Band fever! 

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4 Responses to “Silly Bandz”

  1. Otie looks so jealous of Elly’s Nats anklet.

  2. Andy Says:

    Looks more to me that Otis is saying “You promised me a hamburger if i wore these silly things”.

  3. Andy Says:

    Happy Birthday Elly!!!!!!

  4. Dkeat Says:

    I had never heard this so I thought I was pass it along.

    The question is, what do the following items have in common: Chewing gum, corn cobs, raw bread dough, Gorilla Glue, grapes, onions, macadamia nuts, and Aleve? Each of these things is deadly to dogs and cats. Chewing gum contains xylitol, which is a liver toxin to them, and triggers a potentially fatal blood-sugar reaction. Dogs die from corn cobs all the time — via intestinal destruction. Grapes and raisins cause acute kidney failure. Macadamia nuts: An inability to stand or use their hind limbs, followed by depression, vomiting, ataxia, tremors, hyperthermia, and sometimes death. Gorilla glue fuses their insides together for a painful, writhing death. Onions: severe anemia from destruction of red blood cells. Grapes: acute kidney failure. I forget what the bread dough did, but it was BAD.


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