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September 26, 2007

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pam

ROFL!! I love it!!!!!

FC

Clever.
Scary, but clever.

Seamus

Oh that should set off a spate of satanic services in the offices of P&G!!!

CircusKelli

Bwahahahaha! That's HYSTERICAL!

My favorite part: "For the love of God, pull your head out, man."

*oh, that reminds me, I'm out of Kahlua*

OH! As long as we're on this subject -- How long can PMS go on before it's considered just general bitchiness? Anyone?

Nils

I don't know a man brave enough - or stupid enough - to even take a stab at answering CK's question. Maybe the folks at Proctor and Gamble can give it a shot.

Sandy

O-M-G! I LOVE IT! Only wish that I had thought of that letter first..lol

Deana

What a pissy and condesending thing to do...no one should buy their product.

samantha

Hahahahahhahaha.

Laura

Kelli, when the chocolate runs out, it's perfectly acceptable. ;)

Seamus, after reading this? I bet the male execs crossed their legs tightly.... very tightly. LOL

Bucky Four-Eyes

That is so untrue.

I do not wear capri pants.

mandy

This is the most "eloquently" written and true account of women's lives everywhere!
If he didn't get the point, I don't know who would!

Laura

I don't either, Bucky. It was wrong of her to attach a stereotypical label to known homicidal maniacs such as yoursel....er, "other" Americans.

Mandy, hopefully the stockholders. That reminds me, I should buy stock in this company now that profits are falling. Buy low, sell high, you know. THAT was Wendy's ultimate goal, I betcha.. ;)

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