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Posted on Mon, May 23, 2005 07:01

oops...slip of the proverbial tongue..I mean 'easy on the eye' darling..



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Posted on Mon, May 23, 2005 01:52


Bonnie88 write:
For you my dear MIN, it will be free of charge , you are an easy sale..
www..is hard deal to clinch and with his strange habits , it will be a long time before i see my 2%..I should be smiling if I even get as far as a call...well I have been known to support lost causes all my life..must suffer from some strange moronic masochism..to want to take him on...


As long as I'm not "easy"...

  


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Posted on Mon, May 23, 2005 01:50

Bonnie, you're GOOD! LOL!!
Cubby - now how do you expect me to get in the back of this thing?? I'll catch my petticoat on something!!
Now what kind of car is that?? Never seen anything like it.

  


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Posted on Sun, May 22, 2005 23:59

Hey Min,
My advert and sales pitch is already working..go for it..one potential LUx traveller..



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Posted on Sun, May 22, 2005 23:43

For you my dear MIN, it will be free of charge , you are an easy sale..
www..is hard deal to clinch and with his strange habits , it will be a long time before i see my 2%..I should be smiling if I even get as far as a call...well I have been known to support lost causes all my life..must suffer from some strange moronic masochism..to want to take him on...

  


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Posted on Sun, May 22, 2005 04:55

Bonnie - you have just been hired as my publicity agent!! ROFL.... We should meet soon to talk about fees. I understand a lot of your time is still being taken up by wwwww. Maybe we can strike a deal.

  


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Posted on Sun, May 22, 2005 02:24

Min,
Cleavage in a hot kitchen , shimmering in steam and heat is very ero*tic..that's the way to go...
come on guys, all to LUx..smell the aroma wafting thru Min's kitchen and her alluring cleavage waiting to embrace you with her divine cuisine honed thru years of experience all over the world..such magic is heaven on earth...u guys sure are blind , can't see a good catch when it is right under your nose...CUB tell those cute guys u are with that MIn's kitchen is where they should be hanging out and not that anonymous boring bar...



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Posted on Sat, May 21, 2005 20:05

well you know what they say... if you can't stand the heat get out of the kitchen.
but then you'd miss all the fun.

  


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Posted on Sat, May 21, 2005 08:23

Cubby.... thank you for having such blind faith in my cleavage - lol.
That was too funny....
I'll try it and let you know how it goes. If you see my profile up and running again, it means your ploy worked. And I'll owe you one. One dinner maybe - ok maybe I'll throw in dessert too what the heck. I'm a generous gal.

  


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Posted on Fri, May 20, 2005 16:15

thanks!! very kind of you! I've been having problems deleting some of the other photos on my profile - they won't budge. I can't upload new ones, can't delete the others! Help! Are you computer-savvy by chance - and advice would be welcome! I've had to hide my profile until I solve this problem.

  


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Posted on Fri, May 20, 2005 10:53

Oh of COURSE!!! How could I forget the Elephant Stew??! LOL!!!!
Does it freeze well? Would be practical to make enough for let's say ... the next 5 years. No need to spend any more time in the kitchen.



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Posted on Fri, May 20, 2005 05:47


Cub39 write:
I've been waiting quite awhile to post for you. I've been letting you guys get real deep and serious about your yummy foods and decided now was a good time to post my family outing secret recipe....
Enjoy.



uuhmm... enjoy what Cubby...?? where is that secret recipe then?



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Posted on Fri, May 20, 2005 05:46


OrionsQuest write:
Yeah but isn't it nice to have someone to dribble that greasy oil on??

hmmmm?


eeeuwwwwh.... yuck... not for me thanks.

re deserted island joke - have no idea who created it - lol - but I've had it for years and it's one of the best ones around! And oh so true in many ways!!! That's why it's so funny...



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Posted on Fri, May 20, 2005 05:38

HI I m back with lots of Bulgarian memories of food...IZ com da yum...buglarian for I want to eat...bet sentence to learn, my favorite is the banitza which I take every morning for breakfast..a light flaky pastry with cheese or custard center...favorite soup ..SHCUMBAG CHORBA ..a tripes soup with lots of chillie and garlic...at a restaurant specialising i monastery food..never knew Bulgarian orthodox monks ate so well, no wonder Sofia and the rest of Bulgaria is full of monasteries..



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Posted on Thu, May 19, 2005 14:14

Foolproof Recipe, tried and tested:

Remove frozen pizza from freezer
Preheat oven
Remove pizza from box and plastic wrapping
Bake for 15 minutes
Enjoy (or not....)

The joys of living alone and not having kids.....

  


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Posted on Thu, May 19, 2005 10:06


Cub39 write:
Elephant Stew:

1 elephant, medium sized
2 rabbits (optional)
Salt
Pepper

Cut the elephant into bite size pieces. This will take two months, so plan ahead.

Brown, then add enough gravy stock to cover meat.

Cook uncovered at 465 for about four weeks, adding more liquid if necessary.

Recipe serves 38,000 people. If more people are expected, add the two rabbits, but only if necessary because most people don't like to find a hare in their stew.



ROFL... Cubby!! You are too hilarious!!

  


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Posted on Thu, May 19, 2005 10:05


OrionsQuest write:
It doesn't matter what's in the pan (or pot) if you cook with only a chef's apron on!

It tends to make all things more spicy, well at least saucier!


talking from experience...??!

  


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Posted on Thu, May 19, 2005 02:39

Uhmm.... well that's not really accurate now is it Orion?? As I've never set eyes on you! Right now I'm looking at a constellation of stars! LOL
So, any more exciting recipes to share??



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Posted on Wed, May 18, 2005 16:12

Orion: I'm still waiting to hear what LTNS means. Can you tear yourself away from Junglecat for a minute?? LOL
Or else you will ruffle my sensitive feathers.



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Posted on Wed, May 18, 2005 16:09

Rube darlin' - you're great too! lol
I am sure you will meet your Prince just when you least expect it - like on this Forum.... (hahahahaha... I do have a twisted sense of humour I know...) Hey who knows - he might be lurking somewhere on this thread or he might be reading it contemplating whether to jump in... thinking - now who is that scrumptious British lass who can cook up a storm??
I would not DREAM of committing a crime!! So I better get cracking and bake that tangy and moist cake of yours! Hm.. hmm. hmmmm......
You should meet us in person.