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I have a box of cavatappi out in the pantry, I think I might make a macaroni salad/tuna concoction... er... concoction.

But not on a low carb day. LOL

No Pubix around here, but I'm trying to eat less of that sort of thing anyway. 
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I don't know what it is about pasta, but according to my mother, I'd loved it since the day I had it for the first time as a baby.  As much as I've eaten it (and I ate a lot of it when I was on my own in my 20s and 30s), I've never once gotten burnt out on it...not even in the days when I was going through 3 lbs of it in a week.
 
I prefer it with red sauce, but I can eat it with just some cheese sprinkled on it.  Even Chinese spaghetti (I think they call it chow or lo mein or something) is good.
 
I always considered myself lucky.  While everyone around me was going from restaurant to restaurant, trying different things, I just figured they hadn't yet found their ultimate food.  I already had.  No other food would ever please me as much, so why bother searching?
 
 
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I like me some pasta, from Chef straight from the can to lobster lasagne, but I still like to try new things. I don't make a point to go out and search for new things, but when I'm out, I experiment. My ultimate foods though, would have to be peanut butter and honey sandwiches, biscuits and gravy, and grilled cheese and tomato soup. As many delicious and sometimes fancy things as I've tried, if I could live on those three things, I would.
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Originally posted by Darthhillbilly Darthhillbilly wrote:

I like me some pasta, from Chef straight from the can to lobster lasagne, but I still like to try new things. I don't make a point to go out and search for new things, but when I'm out, I experiment. My ultimate foods though, would have to be peanut butter and honey sandwiches, biscuits and gravy, and grilled cheese and tomato soup. As many delicious and sometimes fancy things as I've tried, if I could live on those three things, I would.
 
When I go out and try new things, I give myself a little pat on the back for getting out of my comfort zone, but I almost always would rather be in an Ital restaurant eating some sort of pasta.
 
 
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Cheeseburgers & fries, all beef hotdogs & fries, chicken tenders & fries, pizza, spaghetti & meatsauce, Ital sausage, bratwurst, sub sandwiches (any kind) with chips & (Publix) macaroni salad, tacos, burritos.... I guess I could continue, but I just love it all.



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As of today, I still have not gotten my refund check. I asked my mother if I can borrow some money that I have in my account for her. If this is confusing, I owed her money, and that money is in my account, but she made it clear that that money is not technically my money and if I spend that money without her permission, I would be a thief. She implied that she will let me borrow some money when I need to go back to work as I am off.
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Originally posted by Donathan Donathan wrote:

As of today, I still have not gotten my refund check. I asked my mother if I can borrow some money that I have in my account for her. If this is confusing, I owed her money, and that money is in my account, but she made it clear that that money is not technically my money and if I spend that money without her permission, I would be a thief. She implied that she will let me borrow some money when I need to go back to work as I am off.
 
Why do you use the past tense "owed"?  If the money you "owed" her is still in your account, you still owe her the money.
 
 
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I think Donna's mom is really just one of his fictions, a manifestation of his hidden desire to save some money instead of constantly piss it all away. 

But that would mean that he's not really a person... or at least that he wasn't born. Maybe he evolved from the mating of some scratch-off ticket shavings and the DNA of a Vegas hooker left on a poker chip when she kissed it for luck. That would explain his addiction to gambling... it's literally in his DNA.
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Well, the money I owe my Mom is in my account and she says she just wants to be sure it is there whenever she needs it. She told me she didn't want me to withdraw that money to give to her for obvious reasons. But it is technically her money that I owe her. It's earmarked for her.
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Originally posted by Donathan Donathan wrote:

She told me she didn't want me to withdraw that money to give to her for obvious reasons. 
 
Okay, I'll play along.  What are the "obvious" reasons why she wouldn't want you to give her that money?  Is she hiding money from the IRS?  Selling drugs, perhaps?
 
Why would she dangle this money in your face, knowing your addiction to gambling and that you live hand-to-mouth, paycheck-to-paycheck?  It'd be like a drug addict's parents leaving cash all around the house.
 
 
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Because I took money that was meant for her last year and blew it in a casino. Which is why she made it clear that I am not to take out her money for the time being.
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You know good and well that the question is "why is it in your account, and not in hers?"

It all just reeks of more Donna bullsh*t to me. Let's see, it's her money, but she lets you maintain possession of it even though you have a known gambling problem and a history of blowing her money.



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Say something clever here...

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Just what Darth said.
 
Do she and you have a joint bank account?  If so, why?
 
 
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Well, I used to overdraft my bank account with my ATM card by $600 on a constant basis to go gamble with it. My family had enough of it and took my ATM card away. My family used to sparingly allow me to use it only when I got paid, and I went to an ATM and overdrafted roughly $500.

They took the card back for long while. Before I did the roughly $500 overdraft, my family made a deal that I could have $700 in money for myself, and $300 had to go to help my mother financially since she had had to pay my utilities due my irresponsible overdrafting for about 2 years. When I overdrafted again around last March the roughly $500, the amount I had to pay my mother was raised to $400. I even borrowed money from my 401K to pay back that $500, because if I didn't, that roughly $500 would have taken my whole check. My family was dissapointed that I borrowed from my 401k to pay off an overdraft. I later became more financially responsible and they realized I was being more financially responsible and then once again let me sparingly hold my card. I blew it by going to the Casino in late December and blowing 85 percent of my paycheck like a true Jerk.

The Casino usually has a "Spend some money, get your money back!" promotion once a week, but they canceled it that night. That was the main reason I even went to that Casino that night. Had I known it had been canceled, I wouldn't have went to that Casino. My family still has not allowed me to touch my card since foolishly losing 85 percent of my paycheck.

I have money for my Mom in my account and am still paying for losing 85 percent of my paycheck in a Casino
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I was going to post a "Plz. Just. Stop." message, but I realised people enjoy watching as the troll keeps digging a deeper hole in the manure pile he's built, and didn't want to spoil the fun...  LOL 
 
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Yeah, it is good fun, because it's just so easy to call bullsh*t on. 

No one in their right mind would let money owed them rest anywhere someone like this would have any access to it. Took the ATM card? So, what's to stop him from walking into a branch and filling out a counter withdrawal slip and emptying the account? Nothing but self control, of which he has none. So...


Points for "spend money, get your money back" from a casino, though. That part made me laugh.

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LOL Me too. I'll leave it at this from Donnies profile.

"Reading, Listening To 80's pop and rock songs, surfing the net, and watching Nick Shows."

No gambling, Just Nick shows. Enough said. Something stinks....
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My mother specifically told me not to go into the bank to withdraw the money I have for her in my account. She specifically said I would be stealing if I withdraw money that is not technically my money.

Also my interests were written over 5 years ago, Cannibal. Over 5 years ago I was not into Casinos.

Darth, it's really true. Casinos have loss rebates and free play promotions a lot of times.
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It's not going to matter what we say. You're going to fap over the fact that you got three pages out of a made up subject. Now just be quiet and go back to watching tweens and teens on Nick. Perv. Let me guess, Jared is an idol... Just don't get caught...
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Like I said, that was almost 6 years when I wrote that interests profile. I don't even watch Nick shows anymore.
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Yeah, three pages is enough. Two, really, when you consider that one page was a totally unrelated discussion about food, but still...

Still calling bullsh*t, because anyone with your self control issues wouldn't be deterred my mom saying you'd be a thief. You'd take the money anyway. The only thing I can figure is that it's not really your account, but rather hers... and she took her card away from you. That's assuming that I believe any of it, which I don't.

I'm betting that you still watch Nick shows. You're of a child-like mentality about enough other things for me to think that's still your favorite channel.

But yeah, was fun for a minute, then it took its eventual stupid turn, so I'm done +1-ing this thread. Time to make a new one.
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Darth, it is MY account.
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Damn you, Donna!
 
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My refund check still has not gone through. Been almost three weeks now. Learned my lesson never to assume I will be getting my refund check in two weeks. Called bank yesterday and they said that Refund checks usually come on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Since it didn't come through yesterday, it just might come through tomorrow. If not, it may come through on Friday, after payday Thursday. Luckily I was able to borrow $50 from my Mom. I will pay her back on Thursday.
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