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The lady that sells the honey is so darn passionate about her bees! It's awesome. We ended up getting creamed lemon (gift for our neighbor), creamed lime, creamed vanilla bean and some vetch honey, which is a plant I've never heard of, but it's really tasty. She's got samples and kept saying "Ohhh, here try this one!" so I was on a honey high by the time we left.




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Moodydove,

It's Mckayla she's one of the fab 5, or whatever the gymnasts are called. She made that face at the Olympics because she didn't get the place she wanted. It's a meme now, her face is famous.








I hate being hot, I'd rather put on 5 layers of clothing then have to strip into nakedness. So I think cold people should suffer, unless they want me butt naked dripping ice cubes on my body. Because you can only take off so many articles of clothing, but you can put on a lot.

At my house if I put on a blanket my dad's like OH ARE YOU COLD LET ME PUT THE HEAT ON(he's a cold person my moms a naturally hot person) and I'm like NO NO NO, I like to be cuddly gaah.

Last edited by murrrcat; 11-17-2012 at 07:05 PM.
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I've had to sleep at peoples houses who keep the heat turned up. That is complete torture. I can't handle it. Waking up in the middle of the night and I can't breathe. Oh God. I wake up thinking, HOW do you people sleep like this?

I've gone to bed wearing sweatpants, a t shirt, sweatshirt, socks, and with blankets BC I'm cold. But I will not crank my heat and risk feeling like I've woken up in a sauna.


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Moodydove,

It's Mckayla she's one of the fab 5, or whatever the gymnasts are called. She made that face at the Olympics because she didn't get the place she wanted. It's a meme now, her face is famous.








I hate being hot, I'd rather put on 5 layers of clothing then have to strip into nakedness. So I think cold people should suffer, unless they want me butt naked dripping ice cubes on my body. Because you can only take off so many articles of clothing, but you can put on a lot.

At my house if I put on a blanket my dad's like OH ARE YOU COLD LET ME PUT THE HEAT ON(he's a cold person my moms a naturally hot person) and I'm like NO NO NO, I like to be cuddly gaah.
Originally Posted by murrrcat
You can go naked all you like, because having full outerwear and boots and being wrapped up in three thick blankets inside the home is ridiculous. I want to take off my shoes and out my feet up when I get home, not to mention move freely.
Basically, I want the very basic human need of warmth when I get home. I'm not an orphan out of a Charles Dickens novel.

Last edited by Saria; 11-17-2012 at 07:42 PM.
as long as I don't have to wake up sweating, if I wake up sweating...you might not wake up.
I can not sleep in socks. I do not care how cold I am. I feel like my feet are being held captive.

I also can not have my top sheet tucked in around the mattress.

Oh god, I am out and so incredibly bored. Did I get out of pajama clothes for this?
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

Ive never sleep in socks either, I tried to moisturize my feet HAHA.

I can't sleep in sweat pants or sleep pants either I hate how they go up my legs when I move. I have to wear shorts and a t shirt, I just like blankets and to be cozy and cuddly in my bed. mmmm I think I'll go to bed now...EXCEPT I FORGOT


i had a dream of the ZA. It felt so real, omg I was with this hot guy from my high school. I was staying in his cabin and a walker was outside and we tried to kill it but it just would not die, so half way in my dream my dream me thought maybe it wasn't a walker. IDK IT WAS WEIRD. I woke up so traumatized I was too scard to get out of my bed, and when I did get out I ran to the window to see if there was zombies...no zombies but I was like NO ONES OUTSIDE AT ALL THE WORLD IS ENDED. and then I was scared to leave my room incase of a walker. I think I had post traumatic dream disorder, I was disoriented until I got to work.
I think the hitting someone in the head with the back of a hammer over and over in my dream really disturbed me.

I don't think I could even kill a walker if I had to.

AH now i can't sleep.


eta: I think he was in my dream because I stalked his fb page the other day and was looking at how sexy he looked camping in his camping pictures. mmm he was sooo hot in high school I mean he still got it.
I tuck in the sheets military style. The man is always pulling the sheet away from the mattress.

And I always go to bed in socks. Unless its summer-hot.

I don't make it freezing cold in the house, but I know once I fall asleep, I'm going to get much warmer, so I drop the temp to even things out. While I sleep it feels normal. My kids are always warm in bed too.

Plus, its winter. You're supposed to need to wear socks, slippers, warm pants, sweaters, etc. It shouldn't be necessary to wear outerwear in the house, but if you're able to walk around in shorts and a tank top when its 20 outside, the heat is probably too high.


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OMG I love this. It's all true!!!

As a child, I hated potlucks. They say hell is other people, but I counter that hell is other people’s food. To a child, anyway. I loved the food on our table. Our desserts. Our Sunday lunch. But at a potluck, whatever my mom brought along swiftly disappeared leaving me to choose from countless unidentifiable, unfamiliar, unwelcoming items, each with a sticky serving spoon moments away from being fully engulfed by the dish in which it stood.

I want to love potlucks, everyone else seems to. I have this idyllic scene in my mind, a charming town where little old ladies crank out dreamy Corningware ensconced delicacies from secret family recipes. In the shade of tall, leafy trees on a Sunday afternoon, a potluck begins. Brick red picnic tables laid with blue and white gingham runners, mason jars of fresh cut flowers, and baskets of homemade rolls. Each item unique, the particular specialty of the one who made it. The sound of the first portion of some old fashioned dessert being dished out sound like the 0:08 mark on a Viennetta commercial, silver spoon intersecting alternating layers of crisp and creamy.

But when and where I grew up, no such luck. Viennetta? I should have been so lucky.

No, a selection of ready made items from Kroger layered in a 9” x 13” Pyrex constituted the closest brush with homemade those childhood potlucks ever saw. However-many-layer bars, somekinda chip brownies, bag of fruit jell canned biscuit cobbler.

Of these quasi-semi-homemade items, banana pudding was the worst offender. That tepid, congealed amalgam of fake-vanilla Jello pudding, sogged out Nilla wafers, Cool-Whip and bananas too ripe even for banana bread. Sometimes, meringue came into play, weeping sticky pools into the scooped out hollows. I’d weep too if I were left to die atop a pile of banana pudding.

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There are some things I can not stand to sleep in. I have a few pairs of thick & warm pj's that I reserve for power outages.

I cant stand some night gowns because I wake up with the twisted, and crawling up to my neck. I accuse them of attempted murder, while cussing, and throwing them off. It's not pretty.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

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By that logic, then, it's summer, if you're not sweating even a little, and sleep under blankets, the AC is too high. Things like heating and AC exist so people can live more comfortably (and I don't have AC nor care for it, but still).
Does anyone else here get attacked by clothes hangers when they walk by them, or is it just me?

I can not be in a department store without being attacked by a rogue hanger. They always attack the back of my shirt and I end up looking like a dog chasing it's tail trying to remove it.

My life is so strange.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

By that logic, then, it's summer, if you're not sweating even a little, and sleep under blankets, the AC is too high. Things like heating and AC exist so people can live more comfortably (and I don't have AC nor care for it, but still).
Originally Posted by Saria

Well not really. Like the heat thing, I don't want to be uncomfortable.

So by the previous logic, if I need to wear pants and long sleeves in my house, then the AC is too high.

Like murrcat said, if you're cold, you can put more stuff on, but if you're too hot, there's a limit to what you can take off. Its a matter of finding a balance with the people you live with.



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Not sure where else to put this on the board, so I'm putting it here. I volunteered in Coney Island today. Although things are near normal in most of the city, there are still a few areas where people are suffering of which Coney Island is one. Some people there still don't have power and many businesses are closed. I was actually sent to Seagate, the next neighborhood over from Coney Island that was also hard hit. Had never set foot there before today. It's a gated community and they controlled who was able to enter. The need is too great over there right now for them to restrict who can enter so I was able to go right on through. The wall separating Seagate from Coney Island was destroyed. I helped a family over there clean up. It was a tremendous experience. Their house was right next to the beach and was totally damaged. Back door ripped off, debris and sand all over the house, no running water, you name it. I and several other volunteers swept up the house and cleared a lot of the debris. The family's house still isn't that habitable but it looked halfway decent. They were so grateful. I was very moved by it all. Why can't people look past our differences and be this helpful and grateful all the time?
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^ that deserves its own thread.

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Not sure where else to put this on the board, so I'm putting it here. I volunteered in Coney Island today. Although things are near normal in most of the city, there are still a few areas where people are suffering of which Coney Island is one. Some people there still don't have power and many businesses are closed. I was actually sent to Seagate, the next neighborhood over from Coney Island that was also hard hit. Had never set foot there before today. It's a gated community and they controlled who was able to enter. The need is too great over there right now for them to restrict who can enter so I was able to go right on through. The wall separating Seagate from Coney Island was destroyed. I helped a family over there clean up. It was a tremendous experience. Their house was right next to the beach and was totally damaged. Back door ripped off, debris and sand all over the house, no running water, you name it. I and several other volunteers swept up the house and cleared a lot of the debris. The family's house still isn't that habitable but it looked halfway decent. They were so grateful. I was very moved by it all. Why can't people look past our differences and be this helpful and grateful all the time?
Originally Posted by LadyV69
LadyV, first, thank you for helping. Second, hopefully this will open some people's eyes and change attitudes and mindsets for the better.

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I can't believe people don't like boiled peanuts.

I'm all out of boiled peanuts.

are peanuts a carb?
I can't believe people don't like boiled peanuts.

I'm all out of boiled peanuts.

are peanuts a carb?
Originally Posted by murrrcat
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Heh, my parents keep it pretty chilly in our house at night! 63, to be exact.

I'm always cold to begin with (I always station myself right in front of space heaters, when possible), but for some reason, I prefer it when it's cold at night. I don't know why. I just love to crawl under my piles of blankets and get all cozy. I sleep in socks and long pants and a t-shirt. I've never woken up in the middle of the night freezing cold, unless my blankets were all on the floor. I have, however, woken up sweating... I'd much rather be too cold!

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