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    i'm a little coconut.
    sitting in a coco patch.
    somebody came and stepped on me.
    i am squished as you can see.
    i'm a nut.
    i'm a nut.
    i'm a nut. i'm a nut. i'm a nut nut nut.
    fuzzer29 responded:
    Hey, kitty? Will it work if I save the images/ pictures in a folder and just copy and paste the smilies?
    slik_kitty replied to fuzzer29's response:
    all you need is the text for the url. copying and pasting the pic itself won't work. so if you saved all of the url's, then you can copy those and paste them into the add image box above the posting box. did that make sense? he he he
    fuzzer29 replied to slik_kitty's response:
    I'll have to see, I think the url's copied along with the pic, so if I choose that pic, it sounds like it will work. Thanks my puter geekness!
    ibex7 replied to fuzzer29's response:

    Goat tickled. . . . . ROFLMAO!!!!!

    slik_kitty replied to ibex7's response:
    so glad you like them. he he he

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