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    Posted: 27 Sep 2015 at 9:55am
Apparently a boatload of crap in a like-named thread by Calvithan.
 
Everyone is responding, so it is clearly playing with itself in glee as the post count climbs.
 
Yea, this thread exists just to piss the critter off - wonder if it will report me to FA?
 
 
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So, will there be actual and real desserts in this thread?
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I'm seeing double this morning.  Tongue
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Yeah, I went back and -1'd Donna's post count. I tried to delete the first one last night, but It posted before I came to my senses and I couldn't delete it after that.

Cry

Also, you do realize that this thread is just another means of responding, right? I mean, post a new thread or post in the existing thread, it's reactionary and by your own admission it's a response that you hope generates some response.

Walks like a duck, talks like a duck, and all that.

One of us... one of us...

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Anyway, MrsD's birthday was recently, and all the different little get-togethers have netted extra desserts the last couple of weeks.

Last night was that Coca Cola chocolate cake from Cracker Barrel.

Tonight we're having some friends over, probably more cake, then back to twigs and berries until Thanksgiving.
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Originally posted by Darthhillbilly Darthhillbilly wrote:

So, will there be actual and real desserts in this thread?
WinkJust for you, Bubba.
(ConfusedDidn't somethang else have a thing for tasty pubic cakes & creams?) 
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Thanks PaW, but if it's all the same to you, I like my hair in a pie. Wink
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Thanks PaW, but if it's all the same to you, I like my hair in a pie. Wink
ShockedDon't make me  go there...LOLWink
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One might suspect 'tang's little effort of 're-virgining' as a 20 year-old homo from Floriland has run its course. It really ought to take the bone-up and go back to being everyone's favorite little banana boy from Walgreens who has an imaginary girlfriend named Frieda Fist. 

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Nah, he has to keep bringing out the clones because he's afraid the little Publx cake lover was about to be handed some humble pie as his just desserts.

Huh?

Huh?

How's that for keeping on topic?  

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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Apparently a boatload of crap in a like-named thread by Calvithan.
 

Everyone is responding, so it is clearly playing with itself in glee as the post count climbs.

 

Yea, this thread exists just to piss the critter off - wonder if it will report me to FA?

 

 


Sole purpose of keeping your post count even.
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Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Apparently a boatload of crap in a like-named thread by Calvithan.
 
Everyone is responding, so it is clearly playing with itself in glee as the post count climbs.

 Yea, this thread exists just to piss the critter off - wonder if it will report me to FA?

 
Sole purpose of keeping your post count even.

Being the balance-upsetting bastard that I am... *responds in the wrong thread* Evil Smile

Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:

I purchased a dozen AA large yesterday for $1.98. If I were willing to endure the hoards at the nearby discount mart I could get the same brand for $1.49. These are from a local farm. We suffered no mass murder of chickens here. I'm guessing the farmers posses the integrity not to jack up prices just because they can.

A couple of weeks ago I saw Grade As for $3.49. Granted that was at a more specialty store and I'm sure the logic there is "We have you here for the sales, but you won't go somewhere else to get eggs, so we'll rape you on those". This week they were $2.49 at Meijer. Coming down a bit, but still pretty expensive for eggs. I should look into whether or not there's a farmer's market nearby.



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Eggs are still kicking around  $4 dozen here. Kinda pisses me off because I usually eat a couple dozen in a week. Not now of course. Only get a dozen for the week. 
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Eggs for dessert? Tongue
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I don't women with any more eggs...I'm done with food stamps and tax exemptions, doncha know...
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I'm looking forward to senior benefits, if there is anything left.
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^^^Good point!Confused!!!

'Senior Benefits'? Best ones I know of (and I'm not saying I'm at that point in my life) is the fact you get 'happy meal prices' for soggy, left-over 'food' while the squirt in front of you gets the tasty-looking burger, even if you do have al of your teeth.
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Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

Eggs for dessert? Tongue

Cadbury creme eggs, maybe?
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Eggs Benedict are great for brunch or dessert, with champagne...or maybe just a beer,
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

^^^Good point!Confused!!!

'Senior Benefits'? Best ones I know of (and I'm not saying I'm at that point in my life) is the fact you get 'happy meal prices' for soggy, left-over 'food' while the squirt in front of you gets the tasty-looking burger, even if you do have al of your teeth.
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Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

^^^Good point!Confused!!!

'Senior Benefits'? Best ones I know of (and I'm not saying I'm at that point in my life) is the fact you get 'happy meal prices' for soggy, left-over 'food' while the squirt in front of you gets the tasty-looking burger, even if you do have al of your teeth.
I've put a little something into social security, I'm not old enough to claim it.
Given 'conditions', you only need be 55...but make SURE you set up Social Security Survivor Benefits properly - and soon, even if you, and hope you do, plan on living another 50 years. 
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I have some physical problems that would probably qualify me, I've never used unemployment benefits until I moved to Wisconsin.
I don't like doctors or fking insurance companies.
I'm trying to clean up my lifestyle just to live a few more years.
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I prefer this thread!
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I was mostly right about tonight's dessert, in that there was cake involved. MrsD's bestie brought over a Graeter's chocolate fantasy ice cream cake. She was in heaven, and that's what's important as it's her birthday. Bit too much chocolate for me though.
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Originally posted by Darthhillbilly Darthhillbilly wrote:

Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

Eggs for dessert? Tongue

Cadbury creme eggs, maybe?

Eggs, eggs, the musical fru.... Wait. That's not right.. Eggs for dessert? Custard or meringue. Sure. Love it.Wink Cadbury creme eggs. Used to love them. Now they seem... Different. Smaller and cheaper tasting. Confused In all seriousness though, I usually have a 4-5 egg omelette or scramble in the morning, or even for dinner. Add on 2 large potatoes cut and fried, bacon, sausage,  or ham, and toast. Mmmm. Then there's always 6 or so hard boiled eggs in the fridge for topping salads, egg salad, or just eating plain with a little salt and pepper. And no, I'm not obese or unhealthy. Although my weight has shifted up to 170 from 140, but that is from one of my meds. I've actually cut down on eating eggs. I used to go through 3 dozen myself in a week. The incredible edible egg. Dammit. Now I'm hungry. 
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Eggs Benedict are great for brunch or dessert, with champagne...or maybe just a beer,

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