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UPS told me on twitter that packages are backed up in Bensenville because of the weather. So if you, like me have been wondering why your package hasn't moved, or whether it has moved but they just haven't told you - sadly it looks likely that they are, in fact, just sitting there. Bummer.

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See? That's why you should put pictures up instead of words.  He obviously thought 'Server Room' meant 'Pro Paint Storage'.     I blame the educational system in the goblin caves.

 

Buglips is obviously a blue goblin.

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My package arrived!!. Now I need to carefully open it and carefully excise DDS2... Wow it takes up the whole bottom of the box... this could look suspicious... also now I kind of want my wife to see it at the bottom of the box rather than waiting till next week. Next week is the 10th anniversary  of our first date and I was going to give it to her then (was going to stash it in my closet). What does everybody else think. give it to her now or later?

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See? That's why you should put pictures up instead of words.  He obviously thought 'Server Room' meant 'Pro Paint Storage'.     I blame the educational system in the goblin caves.

 

Buglips is obviously a blue goblin.

 

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See? That's why you should put pictures up instead of words.  He obviously thought 'Server Room' meant 'Pro Paint Storage'.     I blame the educational system in the goblin caves.

 

Buglips is obviously a blue goblin.

 

 

Woah... those are fighting words!  :wow:

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My package arrived!!. Now I need to carefully open it and carefully excise DDS2... Wow it takes up the whole bottom of the box... this could look suspicious... also now I kind of want my wife to see it at the bottom of the box rather than waiting till next week. Next week is the 10th anniversary  of our first date and I was going to give it to her then (was going to stash it in my closet). What does everybody else think. give it to her now or later?

 

 

Always stick with the first plan.

 

Stay on target…

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My package arrived!!. Now I need to carefully open it and carefully excise DDS2... Wow it takes up the whole bottom of the box... this could look suspicious... also now I kind of want my wife to see it at the bottom of the box rather than waiting till next week. Next week is the 10th anniversary  of our first date and I was going to give it to her then (was going to stash it in my closet). What does everybody else think. give it to her now or later?

Take it all out, wrap DDS2, re-pack with DDS2 back on the bottom, reseal the box, then hide it until next week and open it with her.

Surprise DDS2 - that's love. Having your bones for a whole week and not playing with them - That's Tru Luvv Farm Boy!!

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The new Bones are here!  The new Bones are here!

 

Paints feel like they might have frozen or come really cose to it at some point.  will have to wait and see how they react after warming up

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The new Bones are here!  The new Bones are here!

 

Paints feel like they might have frozen or come really cose to it at some point.  will have to wait and see how they react after warming up

 

Liked for getting your stuff, hope your paints are recoverable. 

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