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Thread: Why is quilting better then valium....

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    Here is your chance to contribute! LOL I need valium today so going to attack my scrap bucket instead!

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    because the quilt will last longer than the valium!

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    Because you don't have an insurance company involved!

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    Its much more creative and your not being lazy

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    Because quilting has lasting effects...LOL

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    you can still drive after quilting

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    You can have a glass of wine after your done quilting!

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    can't overdose

    hmmm.....

    won't kill you, anyways

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    if you could see the fabric in my basement and sun room you wuld know I had overdosed already.

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    Because it occupies your mind and gives your hands something to do other than strangling the living crap out of somebody.

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    You can still operate machinery :D:D:D

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    You can teach others to quilt without going to jail as a drug dealer

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    You can calm yourself with sewing and leave a lasting memory in the process. Quilting is my therapy and is really cheaper. ( But not by much :lol: :lol: :lol: )

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    You don't have to have a prescription.

    The LQS people are nicer than that Drs, nurses, and pharmacists.

    Quilting has no lasting ill effects on internal organs
    (except for maybe the bladder---ever stand up after several hours of sewing and barely make it to the bathroom?)

    You can't get busted for having too many quilts.

    The colors are prettier.

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    Because you don't have to put something in your body that shouldn't be there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honey
    You can have a glass of wine after your done quilting!
    Like your way of thinking.

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    Because you can get lost in your quilting and forget why you needed the valium in the 1st place.!

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    You don't need health insurance to quilt.

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    Its alot healthier!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjomomma
    Because it occupies your mind and gives your hands something to do other than strangling the living crap out of somebody.
    LOL

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    Don't need a prescription =

    Although quilting has become as addictive and expensive for me as a street drug

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    Quote Originally Posted by raptureready
    The LQS people are nicer than that Drs, nurses, and pharmacists.
    Although the pin pricks still hurt like a shot! :roll:

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    Quote Originally Posted by wambrita
    Because you don't have to put something in your body that shouldn't be there!
    Well, for the most part. Who among us hasn't poked a few holes in themselves along the way? :lol:

    Because the more you do it, the more satisfying it is!

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    I'm not sure if this makes quilting better -

    but the more you do of it, the more you want (and think you need) - - -

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    Because, so far anyway, the government has not expressed any plans to create a National Quilting Plan.

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