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Someone told me recently that if you add three dots to your writing .... it makes your work look much more intelligent. :D Happy Birthday Mrs Chatterbox!!
By: LL Cool Joe on October 22, 2014
First of all congratulations on your writing success, well deserved. An interesting word, sadly quite a few years to late to help me.................. And happy birthday to Mrs C!
By: John on October 22, 2014
I have always liked the word "bifurcate," too. I learned it from a dentist, though. Happy B'day, Missus C.
By: Uncle Skip on October 22, 2014
First, and foremost, HAPPY BIRTHDAY MRS. C!!! Loved your story on the use of bifurcated. BTW, did Allen ever realize his own secret? CONGRATS on your hard earned and well deserved success. Mindy
By: mindy halleck on October 22, 2014
Happy, Happy Birthday to Mrs. C. Hope she has a marvelous day. And as to your philosophers stone????? your secret is safe with me and Ms. GK. Congrats on your new gig.....super
By: Oma Linda on October 22, 2014
My congratulatory comments today are bifurcated between your stories being accepted for publishing & Mrs. C's birthday!!
By: fishducky on October 22, 2014
happy birthday to your dear wife! i like the words amalgamate, bifurcate, concatenate. :)
By: TexWisGirl on October 22, 2014
Great advise. It took me until Sophomore year in College to realize that the theme to anything ever written was "Man's inhumanity to man." I don't know how or why, but it always worked. Congrats on getting published, hope you get a book deal as well.
By: Cranky on October 22, 2014
Brilliant advice. Too late for me. Happy birthday to the incomparable Mrs.C!
By: Mitchell is Moving on October 22, 2014
Many happy returns of the day to Mrs. Chatterbox! Your philosophy on papers sounds similar to mine -- if you can't dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bull manure.
By: mimi on October 22, 2014
Happy Birthday to the long suffering little woman. I'm bifurcated on whether to congratulate you or Allen on discovering the Philosopher's Stone.
By: Catalyst on October 22, 2014
Congrats on the publishing news! Woohoo! The relationship between "bifurcate" and grades is the oddest thing I've ever heard...
By: Lexa Cain on October 22, 2014
You are just a tad late for me. I had to do it the old fashioned way, pure verbosity which I am still guilty of. Happy Birthday Mrs. C. Hope the Mr. comes through and spoils you royally. .
By: Akansas Patti on October 22, 2014
It is good to hear you are busy painting again. Certainly hope you'll share of your efforts here. Congratulation on the publishing success, that is nice news to head into the holiday season with. And please convey a Happy Birthday Greeting to Mrs. Chatterbox from one of your fans.
By: Tom Cochrun on October 22, 2014
Congratulations on your Sex writing. Are you going to give your Mom a copy of Not Your Mother's Book...on Sex? And then grab it back and say, "It's not yours!" You know. Acting like that immature cheese on the Cheez-It commercial.
By: Val on October 22, 2014
Congratulations on your publication news. By the way, doesn't a generous dose of a good bicarbonate usually work well to combat excessive bifurcation?
By: Jerry E. Beuterbaugh on October 22, 2014
Woohoo! Congrats to you. So nice to hear. And Happy Birthday, Mrs. C. You share your day with my ex.. another fine human being.
By: Hilary on October 22, 2014
That's a great word! Happy birthday Mrs. Chatterbox - how does it feel to be married to a famous author?
By: The Bug on October 22, 2014
Happy Birthday Mrs C!!!! but then I bifurcate....maybe? Possibly...awww heck I have NO idea!!
By: Kathe W. on October 22, 2014
Happy birthday Mrs. C. I hope you had a great day. Why didn't somebody tell me about bifurcate before. I had this word in my gr.8 spelling lists. I hope some of them used it.
By: red on October 22, 2014
I am so looking forward to reading your book! Congratulations to you and to Mrs. Chatterbox on her birthday!
By: The Broad on October 23, 2014
Congratulations of your publication success. Today. I think I will bifurcate my time between Twitter and Facebook; I know how to live!
By: Bryan Jones on October 23, 2014
I have never used the word bifurcate. How did I ever graduate from college? Love, Janie
By: Janie Junebug on October 23, 2014
You are both fortunate and lucky to have acquired this infamous word. News that two of your stories are to be published is an impressive testament to your talent. A remarkable day to celebrate, best wishes to the one and only Mrs. C.
By: Daniel LaFrance on October 23, 2014
"The path to good grades bifurcates between book smarts and common sense, like knowing when to keep your mouth shut." Very true statement for good grades and life in general. Happy Birthday Mrs. C I have Jimmys Opinion back up and running at http://jimsop.blogspot.com/ would love to have you back on board. Jimmy
By: Jimmy on October 23, 2014
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