Written by Dave Bealer

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There are literally millions upon millions of e-commerce web sites onrepparttar Web today, yet a very small percentage of those are marketing humorous merchandise. Giving your business a sense of humor can really make it stand out and give you a special place inrepparttar 118312 minds of your customers. Think for a minute about a few people that you genuinely like. Why do you like them so much? Most likely, one ofrepparttar 118313 reasons is because they make you laugh.

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The Gingerbread Nightmare

Written by Valerie Garner

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Whew….new day, it’s a wonder what a little sleep will do ya. Now we make repparttar hard frosting that will act as glue to holdrepparttar 118311 pieces ofrepparttar 118312 house together, time to build. Time forrepparttar 118313 fun to begin, boy are we ready!

We begin assemblingrepparttar 118314 house, and halfrepparttar 118315 roof piece breaks in two on one ofrepparttar 118316 houses. Onrepparttar 118317 second house, we findrepparttar 118318 pieces to not match correctly. On a third house, we overcome all these first two obstacles, and now have great difficulty getting props to holdrepparttar 118319 house together whilerepparttar 118320 “glue” dries, and it’s repeatedly falling apart and causingrepparttar 118321 oldest child to have a temper tantrum in frustration (mom too). Somehow through this fiasco, we end up with 1 viable house. (The others became, hard dog biscuit type things forrepparttar 118322 family pet). Oh well, she needs her Christmas goodies too, right? We frostedrepparttar 118323 house and each child decorated half. The end result? A $75. UGLY gingerbread house that only a grandma (with apologizes from mom), would take and not be too insulted by. But, we did accomplish one of our goals….it was a memory. A memory we fondly call “The Gingerbread Nightmare”.

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