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Will you eat a bit quieter?!?! FFS. I cannot stand listening to people eat. Also breathe through your damn mouth if if your nose is blocked. Head noises are beyond irritating!?!?!!!!
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While I'm sure the accompanying face would be hilarious, I think we'd take a shot of just the hoodie.
Originally Posted by Saria
lol, ok here ya go.

this picture does it no justice.



It has glitter on all the words, the word Chucky on the sleeve is 100% glittered. It's on Chucky's teeth, the chain and skull, and the pattern on Chucky's hoodie. I imagine it's at least 3 or 4 jars worth of glitter, on a man's jacket.
Originally Posted by cympreni
Bwwwwwaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahahahahaha hahahahaha!
He should save that hoodie so he can be a portly, emo, Hot Topic assistant manager for Halloween.

Oh dear:

I am new to baking and am learning on my own from trial and error as I go. I really want to try out this recipe but the only home oven I have access to only crank up to 250 degrees celsius at full power. I noticed that the recipe calls for “350 degrees”, I was wondering if it’s still okay to bake a cake at a lower heat please? Or are there ways of getting around it (i.e. I’ve heard using a dark coloured cake pan).
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I just marked out the corners for the orchard, woohoo! Now we have to go down and measure to make sure it's square. Then I will be planting Osage seeds in the corners to get the fence started.
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This one is better (by which I mean worse):

I tempered my eggs before adding them to the rewarmed milk, put them on a low-medium heat, stirring constantly. The directions said to bring it up to 170-175 on an instant read, and not to let it boil. It started to slowly boil at about 100-120 and I couldn't get it to stop by adjusting to a lower heat. There was no way I could get it to 170 or even close. Of course, the eggs curdled and all my hard work was ruined.
I need to try another batch this morning for a bbq later today, but want to know why this happened. I have tried to look on-line for some secrets but as far as I could tell, I followed all of them I could find.
I had a nightmare last night that I tried a second batch and curdled them too!
Celsius does not equal Farenheit! Water boils at 212 F. If you're boiling at 100 degrees, either there's something wrong with your thermometer, or maybe it's not Farenheit! Science! Use your brain!!!
I just marked out the corners for the orchard, woohoo! Now we have to go down and measure to make sure it's square. Then I will be planting Osage seeds in the corners to get the fence started.
Originally Posted by missbanjo


We don't have them here, but isn't osage a big tree? How will you use that as a fence?
Dammit. School is out. Summer vacation. Two months of listening to the kids on either side of me scream, yell, etc. Man, when did I become the grumpy old lady in the neighborhood?
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Dammit. School is out. Summer vacation. Two months of listening to the kids on either side of me scream, yell, etc. Man, when did I become the grumpy old lady in the neighborhood?
Originally Posted by xcptnl
The house we're looking to rent is right across the street from a school, lawd help me. Apparently the 8am and 3pm parent traffic jam is bad enough the landlord made sure to tell us about it. I think I can deal with that and just get earplugs for playground noise?

I've always been the grumpy neighborhood lady, we could start a club?




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The amount of time from slipping on the peel and landing on the pavement is exactly one bananosecond.
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I've decided that I'll never get down to my original weight, and I'm OK with that--After all, 8 pounds 2 oz. is just not realistic.
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Dammit. School is out. Summer vacation. Two months of listening to the kids on either side of me scream, yell, etc. Man, when did I become the grumpy old lady in the neighborhood?
Originally Posted by xcptnl
The house we're looking to rent is right across the street from a school, lawd help me. Apparently the 8am and 3pm parent traffic jam is bad enough the landlord made sure to tell us about it. I think I can deal with that and just get earplugs for playground noise?

I've always been the grumpy neighborhood lady, we could start a club?
Originally Posted by spring1onu

You two are Grumpy-Old-Ladies.

Playground noise is universal...it sounds the same no matter where you are. It's a good sound...a happy sound. And it's only during the day...kids don't play like that at night. They go home, to bed. If you hear noise from the playground at night, you need to call the cops.
Yeah, I'm a complete grump and even I don't mind the playground noise. Just yesterday a bunch of elementary school kids were on the train and they were really nice, charming kids. They smiled if you looked in their direction and just generally seemed happy. It's the high school kids I stand to be around, mostly.
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Our prospective landlord asked reguarding the dog "Does he bark a lot?" (I assume he didn't mean DH) and since people ask this quite a bit what exactly is considered "a lot" when a dog is doing what comes natural to it? Is there a guide somewhere I can refer to?




Byron,GA> Charleston, SC> Jacksonville, FL> Guilford, CT> Rohnert Park, CA! A southern drawl in sunny Cali! .
The amount of time from slipping on the peel and landing on the pavement is exactly one bananosecond.
I do have a secret yen for pink in unexpected places. ~ninja dog
I've decided that I'll never get down to my original weight, and I'm OK with that--After all, 8 pounds 2 oz. is just not realistic.
Our prospective landlord asked reguarding the dog "Does he bark a lot?" (I assume he didn't mean DH) and since people ask this quite a bit what exactly is considered "a lot" when a dog is doing what comes natural to it? Is there a guide somewhere I can refer to?
Originally Posted by spring1onu

Good question.

I used to live near a dog who barked every.single.second of the day...most of the night too. I don't think he ever slept. Drove me insane eventually.

My dogs bark "at things going by", but not the rest of the time. I think they bark too much for my taste, but most people would probably consider them to be within acceptable parameters, for dogs.
I replied "Not excessively, but he does bark if something gets his attention". He's not an outside dog so I could see where that may be an issue because it's a neighborhood where neighbors are right on top of each other. I feel like I'm on trial for having a dog sometimes, terrified I may answer wrong.




Byron,GA> Charleston, SC> Jacksonville, FL> Guilford, CT> Rohnert Park, CA! A southern drawl in sunny Cali! .
The amount of time from slipping on the peel and landing on the pavement is exactly one bananosecond.
I do have a secret yen for pink in unexpected places. ~ninja dog
I've decided that I'll never get down to my original weight, and I'm OK with that--After all, 8 pounds 2 oz. is just not realistic.
Dammit. School is out. Summer vacation. Two months of listening to the kids on either side of me scream, yell, etc. Man, when did I become the grumpy old lady in the neighborhood?
Originally Posted by xcptnl
The house we're looking to rent is right across the street from a school, lawd help me. Apparently the 8am and 3pm parent traffic jam is bad enough the landlord made sure to tell us about it. I think I can deal with that and just get earplugs for playground noise?

I've always been the grumpy neighborhood lady, we could start a club?
Originally Posted by spring1onu

You two are Grumpy-Old-Ladies.

Playground noise is universal...it sounds the same no matter where you are. It's a good sound...a happy sound. And it's only during the day...kids don't play like that at night. They go home, to bed. If you hear noise from the playground at night, you need to call the cops.
Originally Posted by RedCatWaves
Do I get a pass because I work from home? And I am trying to concentrate. Honest! It is actually better when I have the a/c unit in the window because then my office door is shut and I cannot hear them.

I do not think I would mind so much if the one kid did not always YELL. No matter what. He YELLS.

*slinking off to go back to work ......*
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One good reason to only maintain a small circle of friends is that three out of four murders are committed by people who know the victim. ~George Carlin~

In regards to Vagazzling: They just want to get into the goods without worrying about getting scratched up by fake crystals. ~spring1onu~

Last edited by xcptnl; 06-23-2011 at 11:17 AM.
I replied "Not excessively, but he does bark if something gets his attention". He's not an outside dog so I could see where that may be an issue because it's a neighborhood where neighbors are right on top of each other. I feel like I'm on trial for having a dog sometimes, terrified I may answer wrong.
Originally Posted by spring1onu
I think that is the right answer. Like RCW barking dogs drives me nuts. So even though Casey is not a barker when he does I am all annoyed. He actually hardly ever barked when I lived in my apartment but it was because there were no low windows he could see out. In this house he can see out the door and because we are lower than the road he can see people on the road (which he is pretty sure is his property) he will bark.
Central Massachusetts

One good reason to only maintain a small circle of friends is that three out of four murders are committed by people who know the victim. ~George Carlin~

In regards to Vagazzling: They just want to get into the goods without worrying about getting scratched up by fake crystals. ~spring1onu~

The house we're looking to rent is right across the street from a school, lawd help me. Apparently the 8am and 3pm parent traffic jam is bad enough the landlord made sure to tell us about it. I think I can deal with that and just get earplugs for playground noise?

I've always been the grumpy neighborhood lady, we could start a club?
Originally Posted by spring1onu

You two are Grumpy-Old-Ladies.

Playground noise is universal...it sounds the same no matter where you are. It's a good sound...a happy sound. And it's only during the day...kids don't play like that at night. They go home, to bed. If you hear noise from the playground at night, you need to call the cops.
Originally Posted by RedCatWaves
Do I get a pass because I work from home? And I am trying to concentrate. Honest! It is actually better when I have the a/c unit in the window because then my office door is shut and I cannot hear them.

I do not think I would mind so much if the one kid did not always YELL. No matter what. He YELLS.
Originally Posted by xcptnl
Yes. When I was in college, I lived in a ground floor apartment (of a rather large, multibuilding complex) that happened to be adjacent to the complex playground. The kids out there yelled constantly and it echoed off the tall buildings. It was nearly impossible to concentrate on reading about, say, 18th century art history. It drove me insane. I moved elsewhere.

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