Welcome to this question…?

Thank you for stopping by. I appreciate you. Believe it. You are humble to be with me and I am humble to be with you. OK, where am I? Ah, yes, the question. You better believe it. It is a good one. Listen very carefully and maybe you will give it an answer which does not make it seem small. For this I am grateful. Do not insult me. Do not insult this forum with something which may seem unkind to one of its members. We are all brothers. Silence! Who is that snickering in the back? What is a cure for tennis elbow? Is a bamboo floor durable enough to be used in the kitchen? I hope you will chose wisely. Otherwise, this place is too good for you. We need right advice. Everyone is included. I would not give you wrong advice. Please believe this and try to act my way. You will not be punished too harshely (sp?). Crying will get you nowhere on this forum. I have experienced this firsthand. Do not become overly emotional in your answer. You will only be ridiculed.
I am weeping at some of the answers so far. Have you no shame? Only Tim O has not dishonored himself. The rest of you are smoked pigs.

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  1. tim O, 08 September, 2009

    I’m impressed with how much thought you put into this! You have asked honest, attainable questions.
    1)The cure for tennis elbow is rest and ice. If necessary you can get cortisone shots.
    2)Bamboo flooring is durable enough for a kitchen. Make sure it is installed properly and DON’T leave water lying on it.
    3)There is no one snickering in the back. I’m the only one up.

  2. Dylan R, 08 September, 2009

    I like cheese

  3. aga, 08 September, 2009

    yup,yup. cheese is good.

  4. repoed2, 08 September, 2009

    Wanda’s hair emporium!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I like cheese too!

  5. mujade m, 08 September, 2009

    Me Gusta Cheeso

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