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Episode 19: Facebook

These days, everyone's on Facebook, and the gang from your favorite fake daytime drama is no exception...











Whoa, there - better pull the plug on this before Grandma starts uploading selfies.

Hey, did you know As The Dollhouse Turns is on Facebook IN REAL LIFE?

As always, if you wanna see what all the I Just Want To Pee Alone buzz is about, you can check it out here.

More real-life dollhouse drama next time - until then, please feel free to catch up on previous episodes of As The Dollhouse Turns! Then click the Top Mommy Blogs banner below, while I go find an excuse to send the kids to their rooms.
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36 comments:

  1. I really am surprised by the lack of a) selfies and b) references to wine. It just goes to show that when you think you know so much about people, you really don't...

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    1. A selfie - with wine! - is in the works for the next FB update! Of course, just like in real life, nobody on ATDT shows who they *really* are on Facebook... ;)

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  2. Facebook is where it's at! Apparently I am out of the loop!

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    1. I doubt it - I'm on Facebook all the time, but I never have the slightest idea what's going on. :)

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  3. I think those dolls are making fun of us.

    My family wants to know why I am laughing so early in the day.

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    1. Ha! Tell them a lazy blogger let Facebook write her post for her today. ;)

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  4. Love this entire "series." You should sell it to a network.

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    1. Wow, thanks DD! I should pitch it to someone, because this sitting around waiting for a TV exec to call doesn't seem to be working.

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  5. So how hard was it to get your hands to type as Yellow Shirt Guy? We're they trying to lift themselves off the keyboard to slap you for making them commit an act of treason against the English language?

    Did that make any sense? Sorry it's first thing in the morning and I've been up all night with a trapped fart. My brain isn't functioning too well.

    What I meant to say was, I love it.

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    1. And I love you. And yes, I had to go back more than once on yellow shirt guy's thread and "correct" my accidentally correct grammar, although I caught myself almost use the wrong form of "their" in an email the other day, so I'm sure that's just the beginning of the end. ;)

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  6. I loved Buzz's the best...but then I read Grandma's. Ha! My husband's grandmother's cell phone stopped working a few weeks ago. When we got a hold of her via landline, it was as my husband suspected: she was not aware of the "charging" aspect of a cell phone. Oh, what will make our generation look stupid in the next 50 years?!

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    1. I shudder to think of the things I'll do that make my grandkids shake their heads in disbelief. Love the story about grandma-in-law, though!

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  7. uhm, can I just say frickin hilarious. Way better than the real thing, wait, is this the real thing?

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  8. I heart Buzz. He seems to understand how the world works and he's kicking its ass. UNEMPLOYMENT!

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  9. Oh, Grandma! You're such a card.

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    1. Poor lady has so much trouble talking to the internets...

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  10. Wrinkle creams. That's my status too.

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  11. What a brilliant idea. So innovative and fresh. Love Gma so much it hurts.

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    1. Well, thanks! I really appreciate you saying that! And yeah, Grandma's very... special.

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  12. You are hilarious and a genius and I want to know how exactly you made this. Love it 4rlz.

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    1. Thanks, Jessica! It's suuuuuper easy - just go to FakeConvos.com and it walks you through the whole thing. It won't let you do certain characters, but I just saved the image and added them in photoshop (ie cheated).

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  13. So awesome, as usual! Again, I bow to your comedic genius!

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  14. Gah! My kid's been sick, now I am sick...just trying to catch up...
    I LOVE how many "people" liked the book post...funny stuff lady! You're a whiz at the photo shop, and yellow shirt guy's dumb-fuckery even hurt me to read. :) <3 Devan

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    1. Oh no - I hope you're both feeling better!

      Gerry pointed out that the number of people who liked the book post isn't even a real number, so... Photoshop whiz? Not so much. And definitely not a math whiz. ;)

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  15. The profile pictures of dolls are killing me, ha!

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  16. I just found these today and I'm catching up. I have to ask, what the heck is that thing that Maggie is eating? Looks like pig brains in cheese sauce.

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  17. Ha! It was some kind of pizza pasta, as I recall. I can't remember why I took a photo of it, other than maybe because it looks so gross. Two things I do remember: 1) I made my family eat it, and 2) they have not asked me to make it again. Thanks so much for checking out the series!

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