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01-22-2015, 03:50 PM   #13771
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Have you tried breaking their legs and putting them in the attic?
I don't have an attic.

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That would not be good, if the water level in your photo is low tide.
Judging by the vegetation in the photo, looks like it's nearer high tide. Or, with it being down there in the Gulf region where they have itty bitty tide swings, it might just be a non-issue

Either way, sucks to be him!

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In our 11 year of marriage, not once have we really argued about money. (We always argue about me having to wait for her all the time, whether she's dressing up, buying something, or anything, she just always loses track of time).

Whenever she disagrees about how I spend MY money, she just gives me "that" look, and it makes me real guilty, and I certainly hate that nagging guilty feeling .

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Yep, I always get deliveries at work.
This won't work for me either. My wife and I works at the same company. The receptionist delivers all of my personal package to her EVERY single freaking time. I don't know why. A shop must be the only solution.
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There was a guy out my way that took a track hoe like that out onto a marshy wetland to try and make a driveway to landlocked property with it. But the machine didn't have LGP tracks on it, and nearly sunk out of sight.
I remember this when it happened! Yes, even those of us in the far southern reaches of the state get the news from the north.


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it took me four years to get back on the wagon after the last one and the fact that I'm kind of a terrible person to live with
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I go through the loneliness because I have no choice. You can't make someone want to be with you or like you.
I just tell people who ask why I am unpartnered 26 years after the divorce that I typically date a very discriminating class of woman. By the time they figure it out, they have lost interest in pursuing the conversation further.

Honestly, though...I am not sure I would want to wish me on anyone.


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Have you tried breaking their legs and putting them in the attic?
I did, but they made a rope from the wiring, gnawed through the soffit and got away.


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To get back on topic with discussion of foods sure to repel the dreaded livE hociR, is anyone fond of Brunost?


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How about a fail-safe recipe for vegetarian haggis?

How to cook the perfect vegetarian haggis | Life and style | The Guardian

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How about a fail-safe recipe for vegetarian haggis?

How to cook the perfect vegetarian haggis | Life and style | The Guardian

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That's easy - make the sheep eat grass. It's natural for them.
01-23-2015, 01:25 AM   #13780
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Honestly, though...I am not sure I would want to wish me on anyone.
Same here... But luckily, for some unfathomable reason, my wife disagrees.

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To get back on topic with discussion of foods sure to repel the dreaded livE hociR, is anyone fond of Brunost?
Since brunost, despite the name, isn't really cheese, I doubt it will work. It is good stuff, though.
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Australian Open, Kyrgios vs Jaziri.
Weird match.
Start of set 2, Kyrgios called a time-out for a nose bleed.
End of set 2, Jaziri called an injury time out.
Early set 3, Jaziri and Kyrgios are both on their own injury time outs.
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QuoteOriginally posted by savoche Quote
Same here... But luckily, for some unfathomable reason, my wife disagrees.











Since brunost, despite the name, isn't really cheese, I doubt it will work. It is good stuff, though.


Is that the brown Norwegian cheese that tastes kind of like peanut butter? I actually like it in small quantities. It's not something I would want to eat on a regular basis though.
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There's one way I'm not that Norwegian-- I only really like brunost on waffles. Fresh waffles. Otherwise, I can't do it, too rich and sticky. Where I come from, we call it ganklæbb, which literally translates as sticks-to-the-roof-of-your-mouth.
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Yep, that's the stuff. I tried it on waffles when I have been in Tromsø. Hard to find here in southern Finland though.
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Well, that give new meaning to the term cul de sac. LOL
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