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Anji

That does explain a lot as far as I'm concerned...

YesBiscuit!

My doors keep moving the remote.

geogia little pea

I knew it was the door's fault, can't wait to tell Cushion this. Now I was going to say something else but I forgot what it was.

geogia little pea

Okay, I just told him. Hopefully, it'll stop him telling me I'm turning out like my mother. Thanks Jan! :D

Linda

GOOD! I thought I was getting old! I am so glad it's the door that is causing everything!

Linda
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mb.

just curious, have you ever read the Thursday Next books? very different explanation.

Jan

No, I haven't. What is the explanation?

cube

At first glance I thought the title read it's the dog's fault... now I see that doors are the reason I can't find my keys.

yellowdoggranny

what if you live in a house with no doors?

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