Did you perchance mean sundry?
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“I had two bucks come in sunday after noon one after another.”
“By HAVOCK, February 8, 2010 @ 2: 48 pm um … next SUNDAY … I gather you mean … THIS SUNDAY as THIS sunday is Valentines day and NEXT sunday which happens to be the one AFTER this SUNDAY which is Valentines day, would NOT be valentines day.”
“For those of you that use the sabbath as an excuse, sunday is not the sabbath, it is saturday, the seventh day.”
“I heard it and she said something I always thought, that sunday is a slow news day.”
“They just presume some theistic model they learned in sunday school.”
“Maybe trouble in sunday school ... but not with the Bible.”
“The previous post in this blog was sunday is crunchday.”
“| Knitting Factory Nostalgia » sunday is crunchday in addition to the BBQ this sunday, there's more going on across the river as well: the Hysterics are playing an evening gig at Crash Mansion, Sunday June 12th (see flier above). if you don't know who we're talking about, check the history.”
“There is a time and place for telling people what to believe and not to believe, its called sunday at the church.”
“a jar of our favourite quince jelly which somehow got pushed to the back and overlooked. a fine, rare vintage, only 3 or 4 jars made because it took so bloody long and involved so much faffing about. and the best bit, another larger jar right next to it. bring on sunday - it's best with fresh home-made zopf (rich swiss butter bread) and sunday is our day to indulge in it.”
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