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Old 07-06-2011, 08:59 AM   #24681
 
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I take it all back - you came through! I should have trusted you.
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Old 07-06-2011, 09:03 AM   #24682
 
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I am so tired of throwing up simply because I get hungry. I go from 0-60 in a matter of seconds. I pretty much have to have food the moment that I feel hungry.
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I am so tired of throwing up simply because I get hungry. I go from 0-60 in a matter of seconds. I pretty much have to have food the moment that I feel hungry.
Fiery, I'm not sure I understand. Are you saying you are bulimic? I hope you're OK and can get good help if that is the case.
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Old 07-06-2011, 09:50 AM   #24685
 
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Ms. CurlyPearl, I don't think she's bulimic, but she is pregnant
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Old 07-06-2011, 10:01 AM   #24686
 
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Ms. CurlyPearl, I don't think she's bulimic, but she is pregnant
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It was so quiet here without you yesterday. Now you're back and I'm annoyed with your constant chatter. Why can't you take a vacation permanently?
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Old 07-06-2011, 12:45 PM   #24688
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Oh my gosh. Speculoos spread is literally like a cookie in spreadable form... I wonder if the world would explode if I spread some Speculoos on a cookie?
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^Speculoos Tartiner | David Lebovitz

I'll stick to baking speculoos myself (Dutch or Belgian ones). I suspect I'd find this stuff too sweet, much like Nutella (unless homemade, though commercial Nutella is nice in desserts like souffle and bread pudding).

Recently I've had some Caprice chocolate wafers, and it really is funny how the palate changes. I find them so over-the-top sweet now compared to when I was just a teenager.
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^Speculoos Tartiner | David Lebovitz

I'll stick to baking speculoos myself (Dutch or Belgian ones). I suspect I'd find this stuff too sweet, much like Nutella (unless homemade, though commercial Nutella is nice in desserts like souffle and bread pudding).

Recently I've had some Caprice chocolate wafers, and it really is funny how the palate changes. I find them so over-the-top sweet now compared to when I was just a teenager.
It's definitely sweet - I can only handle a tiny bit at a time. But mmm, oh so yummy!

ETA: I just realized... A little dollop of this stuff would probably be delicious on top of vanilla ice cream!
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Saria can you make stroopwafels? When we go Aruba I buy many many boxes to bring home. I love them.

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I cannot believe the laziness of some people.
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Old 07-06-2011, 02:23 PM   #24693
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I love these... I'm dying to make some! I've been pondering whether or not I could use our pizzelle iron for these...
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Old 07-06-2011, 03:20 PM   #24694
 
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Trader Joe's makes small ones.

(I know it's probably not the same, but they sure are tasty little sweet bites)
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I'm tired of this. so tired. And since I screwed up, I wonder how much I'm going to have to pay (figuratively).
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I think Flexi-8s are both beautiful and old ladyish. I thought of ordering some, but I couldn't get past how overly ornate and old lady-like they seemed. Maybe Etsy will have more streamlined, but unique hair accessories.
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I think Flexi-8s are both beautiful and old ladyish. I thought of ordering some, but I couldn't get past how overly ornate and old lady-like they seemed. Maybe Etsy will have more streamlined, but unique hair accessories.
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Baahhhh. I had a hemorrhoid removed yesterday (owww), I have a sinus headache that somehow is killing me even through the vicodin I'm taking for the hemorrhoid wound, and to top it off, I got my period today.

I think the universe is telling me to go curl up in bed.
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I am so tired of throwing up simply because I get hungry. I go from 0-60 in a matter of seconds. I pretty much have to have food the moment that I feel hungry.
Fiery, I'm not sure I understand. Are you saying you are bulimic? I hope you're OK and can get good help if that is the case.
Thanks for the concern. I just reread that and I see where you would get that. I am definitely not bulimic and definitely pregnant. It's been 16 weeks of this crap and I am just tired of it.
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Old 07-06-2011, 05:28 PM   #24700
 
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I've never thought about it, but it does resemble a knitting needle in the hair. I still love it though, nothing is more comfortable yet holds my hair back so well.

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