Annoyances And Off The Wall Discussions

Hosted by Maggie ^O^
Group active since Fri, Apr 11, 2014

We all get annoyed from time to time. Is there something you need to get off your chest?

What is annoying you right now? What has annoyed you in the past that never got settled?

Do you have a helpful suggestion for other members who are annoyed by something?

Do you have something off the wall you want to talk about?

Come on in, grab a drink, pull up a chair and vent your annoyance, or add your off the wall topics ..we are here to just listen, participate or to help if you want it.

We aren't here to solve world problems but you never know, we just may stumble onto something !

Please be nice and respectful.

Do not come into this group with a hidden agenda because we will not tolerate bullies or posers.

Nothing political ... it never ends well.

There is a wonderful group already established where you are welcome to share any and all of your political cartoons or complaints and everyone is welcome to join God, Guns, and Constitution which is located at this link -

Thanks for understanding !

Bonnie ^O^
9 Hours Ago


Maggie needs a breath, but she will be back soon. Meanwhile,
let's keep this group going!

Merry Christmas to All!

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Bonnie ^O^
Yesterday at 10:08 AM

Good Morning, Everyone.

It is Wednesday! 12-7-16

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Maggie ^O^
Yesterday at 8:10 AM

R.I.P. Taffy

This morning my sweet little dog Taffy lost her battle with kidney failure and joined her brother Zippy at the Rainbow Bridge.

We found out about the kidney failure about 3 months ago when she got terribly ill. We were lucky to have had another 3 months with her.

She had taken a turn for the great just before Thanksgiving and had even begun to put on some of the weight she had lost and had regained her mischievous ways and game playing.

3 days ago she took ill again. This time it was hard and fast.

She let me know late last night she was in pain. I comforted her as best as I could with the intention of taking her in to her vet this morning and letting her go.

She died at home in my arms this morning about 8:30 .. we never got to the vet.

I may need to have a little time out as I am also dealing with my husband being in the hospital about 3 hours away from here.

Please say a prayer for Taffy and for my husband.

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Maggie ^O^
Yesterday at 5:03 AM

Good Morning - It's Wacky Wednesday !

It's wacky Wednesday .. here's your hot dog !

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Maggie ^O^
Tuesday at 7:36 AM

Good Morning Everyone !

Well I see it's Tinsel Tuesday .. super cool!

Did you know it's also TWOfer Tuesday?

Well it is .. and guess who we have this TWOfer Tuesday .. it is the Rhinoceros !

Here ya go ...

Fun Facts About The Rhinoceros

There are five different species of rhinoceros. Three are from southern Asia and two are from Africa. They are the Black Rhinoceros, White Rhinoceros, Indian Rhinoceros, Javan Rhinoceros and Sumatran Rhinoceros. Despite their name, White Rhinoceros are actually gray.

The name rhinoceros comes from the Greek words rhino (nose) and ceros (horn) and is often shortened to rhino.

White rhinoceros are the second largest land mammal. The white rhino is the largest rhino species and can weigh over 7700 lb and is the largest land mammal after the elephant which can grow to be 15,000 lb.

Rhinos can grow to over 6 feet tall and more than 11 feet in length.

Rhinos are speed machines. They can run up to 30 – 40 miles per hour; the fastest human can run 15 miles an hour, so finding a tree to climb is a better strategy than trying to outrun a rhino!

Rhinos have poor eyesight, but very well-developed senses of smell and hearing. A rhino has difficulty detecting someone standing only a hundred feet away if the individual remains still. However, if the person makes the faintest sound or the rhino is able to smell the person, it will easily detect him, even at much greater distances. The olfactory portion is the largest area of the rhino’s brain.

Rhinoceros horns are made from a protein called keratin, the same substance that fingernails and hair are made of. The rhino’s horn is not bone and is not attached to its skull; it is also not hollow like elephant tusks. It is actually a compacted mass of hairs that continues to grow throughout the animal’s lifetime, just like our own hair and nails. The longest known on a black rhino was 4 feet 9 inches long (they average about 20 inches in length on the black rhino).

In spite of the massive size Rhinoceros are not carnivorous, they are herbivores.

Rhino pregnancies last for 15 - 16 months. The average size of a newborn Rhino is between 80 and 125 lbs! Mother rhinos are very nurturing. The young stay with them until they are approximately 3 years old.

A group of rhinoceros is called a ‘herd’ or a ‘crash’.

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Bonnie ^O^
Tuesday at 7:24 AM

I Proclaim This Tinsel Tuesday!

Have an awesome day, Everyone!

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