Re: [MOL] Fwd: Tickle Me Elmo Factory [13511] Medicine On Line

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Re: [MOL] Fwd: Tickle Me Elmo Factory

OMG.  LOLOL   I haven't laughed out loud like that in a long time.  Thank you so


I have been thinking of you, and you and your family have been in my prayers.  I
know what Peggy and Lynette and you are going through.   You have my full
support.  I only wished I lived closer.  Wish there was something I could do for
you guys.  I love you all, and am praying for you all.

Sheila wrote:

> Subject: Tickle Me Elmo Factory
> Date: Thu, 30 Jul 1998 09:13:51 -0700
> From: Winnie Marsh <>
> To: "'Les & Peg'" <>
> A very modest lady applied for a job at the factory where they make "Tickle Me
> Elmo" dolls.  It was Friday and almost quitting time and hurriedly the boss
> told her to report for work on Monday. He quickly explained to her she would
> be stationed on the assembly line just before the dolls were packed into
> boxes.
> On Monday they started up the line and within twenty minutes had to shut it
> down because one worker couldn't keep up.  The boss went down the line to find
> the problem.  The new employee was very busy trying to do her part,but she had
> a bunch of dolls waiting for her.  Closer examination showed she was sewing
> little cloth bags containing two walnuts in the appropriate place on the
> dolls.
> The boss could not control his laughter and said, "lady, I said to give each
> doll Two-----Test----Tickles."

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