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Views expressed by Sleep Talkin' Man rarely reflect the opinions of waking Adam.
Especially the desire to exterminate all vegetarians (but he does hate lentils.)

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Oct 8 2009

"Give me one good reason why not."

"Iiiiii'm gonna poke you in the eye."

"You shouldn't say things like that. my breath can kill."

"Sigh of a ninja."

"It's definitely time to get up. Yes. My dog needs a new tutu."

"I love the fact you're a moose. Yes. So soft, so soft."

19 comments:

  1. sigh of a ninja! ha!!!! that's genius!!

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  2. Ha ha, and it's winning the polls! :) :) :) :) Eldi

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  3. I hope he wasn't dreaming of sex with a moose!

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  4. "My breath can kill."

    "I love the fact you're a moose."

    Priceless!

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  5. Just found your blog today. My husband called from the other room, "Are you okay in there?!" I think I was laughing so hard it sounded like choking. (FYI haha)
    And this is my fav post so far!

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  6. haha- absolutely brilliant!! new follower ;) xxx

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  7. Are you sure it wasn't "mousse"?

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  8. Being a moose, I guess I would have to say um Thanks?

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  9. Haha, last one was hillerious :D

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  10. "sigh of a ninja" could be "sai of a ninja", which is a weapon. However, it's much funnier the way you spelled it. Love the blog. Your husband's dream land sounds like a brilliant place to visit.

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  11. I LOVE that he has to get up to go get his dog a new tutu!!

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  12. Awesome blog. Literally is the ONLY blog I have ever read and is likely to be the ONLY blog I'll ever read. Can't help wondering though if "sigh of a ninja" could actually be "sai of a ninja" (a la raphael in the teenage mutant ninja turtles!)

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  13. Fantastic, love it hilariously funny!!!

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  14. ...what's with the shoe ads?

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  15. "...my breath can kill....Sigh of a ninja." Makes sense to me.

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  16. I was wondering if the soft moose was actually soft mousse? Is there a difference in the way Brits pronounce moose vs. mousse?

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  17. I live in a moose populated area of the world...Adam, would you care to come on vacation here if only to see what dreams you shall have if you've seen the real thing?!

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  18. I seemed to be questioning if the smooth what is yacon moose seemed to be truly smooth mousse? Is there an improvement in terms Brits enunciate moose or. mousse?

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