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Old 10-12-2005, 10:49 AM   #1
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Trailer Cook or Floozy?

Iím having another disagreement with Mr. Hut. He replied to some spam email and got into a place that will hook you up with ďtravel companionsĒ . One of them sent her picture which got Mr. Hut all excited because he says she can obviously cook and it would help me out in the kitchen. I told him it would be too crowded in the trailer but he says I can sleep in the truck which would give me more room anyway. Sheís not wearin any apron so I donít know how much of a cook she really is. Also, Mr. Hut still wants me to ride in the trailer while weíre on the road and he says the cook should ride in the truck with him so they can review meatloaf and jello recipes. Does anyone else take a cook with them or is he full of it.

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Old 10-12-2005, 11:12 AM   #2
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Why, Mrs Hut... I'm surprised that you would even ASK. All of us "Millionaire" Airstream owners have domestic help while travelling. It is a prerequisite of owning one of these trailers. As a matter of fact, I'm shocked that Mr. Hut has made you slave away in the kitchen doing domestic chores all these years! That Mr. Hut is willing to furnish you private accomodations of your own while furnishing "maid's quarters" for the hired help tends to reinforce your status as his queen. You should be grateful.

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Old 10-12-2005, 11:53 AM   #3
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We never leave home with out a cook. How else are we going to eat?? As for Mr. Hut's applicant, I would need to see further credentials. Maybe a better photo showing the prospect in action...
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Old 10-12-2005, 12:06 PM   #5
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Dagnabit,

I left the computer on while I ran to Dunkin Donuts & she got online again. Mrs. Hut's just mad cause I caught these two losers comin out of our permanent residence and the neighber say's they show up every day during my donut run. Mrs. Hut say's they just help her out while I'm gone but I put a stop to it. Now that I'm trying to get her some kitchen help for her she gits mad.
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Old 10-12-2005, 12:06 PM   #6
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We never leave home with out a cook. How else are we going to eat?? As for Mr. Hut's applicant, I would need to see further credentials. Maybe a better photo showing the prospect in action...

Yeah, and maybe one showing her actually cooking something as well!
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Old 10-12-2005, 01:20 PM   #7
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Dear Ms Hut,

I can fully understand the need for an additional cook, after all, it's quite obvious that your Mr is high maintenance and requires TLC - but you deserve to be pampered as well. I have some concern, about your husbands neglectful oblivion for your personal and spiritual growth.

Riding the trailer will give you more time to read, meditate, take twice daily massages and explore your inner self. I am putting my personal assistant on a plane today to help you achieve this personal enlightenment. You do not need to pick him up at the airport, he will hire a car and should be there by close of business today.

Please find the enclosed photo of my assistant - he is now yours. Have a great day!
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My advice is for Mrs. Tin Hut to start interviewing professional chauffeurs! Every millionaire should have one. The TV/Limo should come with servants quarters.
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Dear Ms Hut,

I can fully understand the need for an additional cook, after all, it's quite obvious that your Mr is high maintenance and requires TLC - but you deserve to be pampered as well. I have some concern, about your husbands neglectful oblivion for your personal and spiritual growth.

Riding the trailer will give you more time to read, meditate, take twice daily massages and explore your inner self. I am putting my personal assistant on a plane today to help you achieve this personal enlightenment. You do not need to pick him up at the airport, he will hire a car and should be there by close of business today.

Please find the enclosed photo of my assistant - he is now yours. Have a great day!
If you send that pansey down here he won't last five minutes before some Bubba runs over him in pickup truck.
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Yeah... Hut... good help is SO hard to find...
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If you send that pansey down here he won't last five minutes before some Bubba runs over him in pickup truck.
Hut, your first name wouldn't be Bubba, would it?
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That's no floozy.....That's my ex wife!!!!!!!

Tell Mr. Hut that I know for a fact that she doesn't cook anymore. She calls the stove " The cigarette lighter ". She use
to call the can opener a " food processor ".
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