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    Default My wife's Easter Bouquet

    For a long time she has been wanting some Carbon Express Hot Pursuits. She never would break down and buy herself some. So this morning when she got up this is what the Easter bunny had left for her. Happy Easter!!!! (As hard as they tried they could not kill HIM. HE has risen and lives still today)
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    Nice arrangement! Bet she smiled.
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    hope you got her more than three
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    cool
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    I like that hawk.

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    That would also be perfect for St. Valentines day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TEN RING View Post
    hope you got her more than three
    $20 for the flowers
    $35 for the 3 arrows
    $5 for the chocolate

    $60 total

    She is getting the other 3 on mothers day.
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    That is Awesome, very clever.

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    Yep! Priceless. Nice.
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    Very nice!
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