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What does ‘Fiddlepit’ mean?

In the past, I didn’t use cuss words, and I invented and used fiddlepit as a replacement cuss- like fudge or dernit or something. Now, I utilize a mix of replacement cusses and real cuss words. Please don’t tell my grandma. Also, there are lots of Lauren McKinneys writing on the internet, and using a strange word as a blog title makes it easier for my friends to find me.

What is this?

This is a blog.

Didn’t we go to middle school together? I think you used to make fun of my Transitions® Lenses.

Yeah, that probably was me. I am truly sorry.

What is your favorite color?


If genetic engineering is so great, why can’t turkeys pee their own gravy?

I don’t know, but you’re a genius.

Haven’t I seen you running at Riverparks?

No, but I’m glad to know that someone who looks like me has a high commitment to personal fitness.



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  1. Natasha / Mar 19 2011 5:24 pm

    I have a question. Your activity of choice while riding in the back seat of the band bus (because you, like me, seem like a back-seat-of-the-band-bus-riding type): Go.

    • Lauren / Mar 19 2011 6:16 pm

      Once again, I am so pleased to find we are kindred spirits! In the back of band bus 2, I often enjoyed reviewing/sharing my mullet scrapbook, making hemp chokers, getting Little Debbie® Oatmeal Creme Pies stuck in my braces, yelling, and singing. I’m sure I was not annoying at all.

      Oh! One more thing. My friend Corey and I made puppet/sign things of ourselves and we would make them have conversations on band trips:
      Myself and Corey with Myself and Corey
      (That really is me on the left.)
      (I mean the upper left; the lower left is simply the most realistic drawing in existence.)

  2. Bonnie / Mar 20 2011 1:19 pm

    I tried to sit in seats adjacent to boys I liked on the band bus.

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