We, The Titans of Town Talk were sent this handy hormone guide that should be as common as a driver’s license in the wallet of every husband, boyfriend, or significant other.
It goes like this:
DANGEROUS: What’s for dinner?
SAFER: Can I help you with dinner?
SAFEST: Where would you like to go for dinner?
DANGEROUS: Are you wearing that?
SAFER: Gee, you look good in brown.
SAFEST: WOW! Look at you!
DANGEROUS: What are you so worked up about?
SAFER: Could we be overreacting?
SAFEST: Here’s fifty dollars.
DANGEROUS: Should you be eating that?
SAFER: You know, there are a lot of apples left.
SAFEST: Can I get you a glass of wine with that?
And our personal favorite…
DANGEROUS: What did you do all day?
SAFER: I hope you didn’t over do it today.
SAFEST: I’ve always loved you in that robe!
Brilliance among us
Senior and third-year student A Deal Stimson, son of Clare and Suzanne Stimson of Avon, has received a Silver A at The Culver Academies. Earned with a grade-point average of 3.2 or better, the award is the second-highest academic honor available during a given semester and is Stimson’s fourth such distinction at the schools. Located on Lake Maxinkuckee in the town of Culver, Ind., the Culver Academies are boys military boarding schools offering a nine-month, college-preparatory curriculum for grades nine through 12.
Super scum alert
Lots of local folks have been receiving business card mailing request asking that they mail their business cards to Craig Sheppard C/O Make a Wish Foundation in Atlanta, Ga. Don’t do it. The local Make A Wish Foundation folks said they’re not doing it, and never will. If you receive a chain letter, please reply to the sender and inform him or her that the Make A Wish Foundation has nothing to do with this. Refer the sender and all recipients to Make A Wish Web page. Please do not forward the chain letter. For more information, log on to http://www.wish.org and save yourself time and postage.
Get naked for the holidays
The Vail Undressed 2003 calendars are flying off the shelves, as folks get ready to stuff their stockings. The calendars provide funding for direct aid grants for people who live and work in the Vail Valley who have financial needs because of medical crisis.
Go online to http://www.vvcf.net/calendar.html or call toll-free at 1-866-850-9937. Calendars also are available at 20 retail locations in the Vail Valley and at the Tattered Cover bookstores in Denver. You can buy 10 or more calendars at the special reduced rate of just $10 each, and it can be arranged by calling 970-328-FUND (3863).
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