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02-29-2016, 11:08 AM   #24061
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I'm normally more shy and reserved about posting, but when it comes to my Mom I break free of it.

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More shy and reserved than whom?
Rush? Donald? Jon Stewart, maybe?


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QuoteOriginally posted by Parallax Quote
More shy and reserved than whom?
Rush or Donald maybe.
Yep, but I could argue that what I say has more value than either of those guys.......but I wouldn't say it of course, because that would be too political!

Never heard them talk about their Moms?.....maybe their Moms don't/didn't like them all that much? That could be easily imagined......

My Mom loves me.......most of the time.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote
Yep, but I could argue that what I say has more value than either of those guys.......but I wouldn't say it of course, because that would be too political!

Never heard them talk about their Moms?.....maybe their Moms don't/didn't like them all that much? That could be easily imagined......

My Mom loves me.......most of the time.

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While you have been getting all mushy about Mom, Otis has gone awry...



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QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
While you have been getting all mushy about Mom, Otis has gone awry...
Gotta love it!

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Nope...they are off on one of those lewdfish eating parties again. They may be puking for hours before they are able to get back with us?

Maybe voting? It is Super Tuesday. Otis says he doesn't see anything "Super" about it from what he has seen in the past 6 months.

What did you see Otis?


We know Otis is never wrong....

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Maybe this will draw some of the food purist out of the lurk mode.

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Maybe this will draw some of the food purist out of the lurk mode.
What does that, like Velveeta, have to do with food?

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What does that, like Velveeta, have to do with food?
Ha, I lured one out!
My Jeff Foxworthy daily calendar today says:
you might be a redneck if you eat Hamburger Helper without the hamburger
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QuoteOriginally posted by Parallax Quote
What does that, like Velveeta, have to do with food?
A lot more than your lewdfish!
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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
you might be a redneck if you eat Hamburger Helper without the hamburger
When I was a kid, before Hamburger Helper, my mother found (or was given) a recipe for what was basically Hamburger Helper from scratch.
She missed the line in the recipe that said to boil the macaroni first.
We ate bologna sandwiches that night instead.

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My ex made chicken and rice casserole, a lot.
I was so damn sick of something I didn't care much for to begin with.
When my present wife and I were dating her first time cooking for me she made......
you guessed it.
I nipped that in the bud!
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My mother and father liked bell peppers stuffed with Spanish rice. We had them regularly. I HATE Spanish rice! There's only one way I really care for rice and that's plain, sticky white rice. Other forms I dislike but I HATE Spanish rice (did I mention that?).
My wife and I hadn't been married long when she asked if I liked stuffed bell peppers. I suspect my reaction was quite similar to yours.
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I like a few casseroles...once in a while. One of the few things I like that is also one of the few things Mrs Rupert can or will cook is round sliced fried potatoes. She said she will give me a break and cook them tonight.

Served on sliced wheat bread with a slice of Velveeta they are better than a steak. Some hot sauce will spice them up nicely too....one of my favorite meals!

Fried okra sandwiches is another.....mouth watering!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote
Served on sliced wheat bread with a slice of Velveeta they are better than a steak.
Seek professional help, Jim. Please?

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Fried okra sandwiches is another.....mouth watering!
That actually sounds pretty good.
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