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Posted on Wed, Jun 14, 2006 08:58

rajuncajun1 write:
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Have used walker. Will exchange for a pair of slightly used dentures.

yes send it to george.w. bush a a good bye gift only way to get rid of him hope he does not come to houma louisiana and find out about the 100,000 parish presidency job thath's half of bush's salary.

Nice to see you back Rajun! Where have you been?



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Posted on Wed, Jun 14, 2006 05:31

Hey Rob, talking of the bunch of 'F' graders who check these forums for 'naughty' insertions, its a real hoot what their 'alternatives' are on the 'smell checker' Write in HiFi and it suggests FiFi , so now i have a FiFi in every room, boy, do i love twiddling little buttons.
Write 'blog' which again it doesn't recognize but suggests appropriately 'Bogs' so get yourself a double displacement 'flood pump' suck those darn 'bogs' dry and maybe that will get the 'Blogs' working again.
By the way, 'bog' is a good Anglo Saxon word for Toilet, etc, etc, so if your blogs disappear they've probably been flushed down the pan,



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Posted on Wed, Jun 14, 2006 01:45

PeggySue1961 write:
Have used walker. Will exchange for a pair of slightly used dentures.

yes send it to george.w. bush a a good bye gift only way to get rid of him hope he does not come to houma louisiana and find out about the 100,000 parish presidency job thath's half of bush's salary.



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Posted on Tue, Jun 13, 2006 19:42

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haha Sharpie, I know you didnt think grits were made up. i was just teasing ya'. Actually Sunshine is right about the cornmeal mush being like grits. you can probably use that recipe and try some for yerself. I made some this morning with 2 slices of velveeta stirred in the pot. wow it made them creamy and yummy. But Sharp, back to that japanese dishwater soup. Did you ever think that they laugh at us when we consume it? I think its a joke that they play on us. Do you think they really drink that stuff? Or they just make it so they can laugh at us?


Hey roundeyes! You likey mo soup? :o)



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Posted on Tue, Jun 13, 2006 19:40

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I said:

I once looked up whatchamacallit in the dictionary. It was defined as...same as thingamajig.

MM, please quit deleting my punch line. Do you even know what a thingamajig is? Well, it is the same thing as a whatchamacallit. If you don't know what a whatchamacallit is then look it up in the dictionary. You really don't want to get me angry do you? I'm not nice when I get angry.


Do you think they would have the same response to henway or tyecost? These people really need a suthern dicksonary!!! ROFLMAO



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Posted on Mon, Jun 12, 2006 14:46

One uncontrollable skate board for exchange, now desperately need slightly used dentures



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Posted on Mon, Jun 05, 2006 09:09

haha Sharpie, I know you didnt think grits were made up. i was just teasing ya'. Actually Sunshine is right about the cornmeal mush being like grits. you can probably use that recipe and try some for yerself. I made some this morning with 2 slices of velveeta stirred in the pot. wow it made them creamy and yummy. But Sharp, back to that japanese dishwater soup. Did you ever think that they laugh at us when we consume it? I think its a joke that they play on us. Do you think they really drink that stuff? Or they just make it so they can laugh at us?



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Posted on Mon, Jun 05, 2006 02:07

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All right, as uz a confession is in order. I know what grits are, OK? Polenta in Italy and what my cousins call them, corn meal mush which they would eat during lent with cream and sugar. A sacrilege in the south, I know.

Next issue:

Do y'all use Miracle Whip or mayonnaise? Which is it?

Growing up Mom tried to serve us Grits once - YUK!!!! MW or Mayo?: all we had was MW.....after I left home, I discovered Mayo and never went back. Along the same lines, all we drank was whole milk and I hated it - always left some weird film on my teeth. And then along came 2%. And yes, I'll drink it with my chocolate cake!



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Posted on Sun, Jun 04, 2006 21:27

Hey cutie I knew they were not made up, have just not seen them...but after reading SSS's description...cream of wheat...it seems to me I've heard that before. I think I'd like to try them home cooked to get a true taste of them. We have Cream of Wheat in Canada, but nothing called Grits or served up the way you guys describe.

Hey in Turkey they serve slices of tomato, cucumber, bread, and boiled eggs for breakfast. For lunch & dinner it is mashed aubergine (eggplant), diced aubergine, or chunky aubergine. Have that for two weeks...You can hardly wait to get back to US/Canada for some good 'ol home cooking! lol Pancakes, hash browns, bacon/sausages, omellettes....



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Posted on Sat, Jun 03, 2006 12:59

Sharpie grits arent something that southern people made up, just to make fun of northerners when they eat it. You know what I mean? Like that soup in a japanese restaurant that looks like dish water with a few chives floating in it? I think the japanese people stand in the corner and laugh at us round eyes when we eat/drink that stuff. but, people really do eat grits.



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Posted on Fri, Jun 02, 2006 22:08

All right, as uz a confession is in order. I know what grits are, OK? Polenta in Italy and what my cousins call them, corn meal mush which they would eat during lent with cream and sugar. A sacrilege in the south, I know.

Next issue:

Do y'all use Miracle Whip or mayonnaise? Which is it?



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Posted on Fri, Jun 02, 2006 10:04

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Hmmm... Sharp I think they are ground from corn, they are like the consistency of cream of wheat. Only you put alot of butter and salt and pepper on them. The southerners chop up thier over easy eggs and mix the grits in them. Even tho Im not sure exactly what they are, I sure love them. I think maybe we need to ask Gem to be for sure what they are. Do they even sell them in Canada? Every restaurant down here serves grits for breakfast. I found out that in New Hampshire they serve baked beans with breakfast! That is something that belongs with barbeque, as far as I can figure. I just dont think they go with eggs but I guess its a new england thing that I dont care to try unless I was having ribs or roasted hog for breakfast.

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Excuse my ignorance, but I don't know what 'grits' are either! lol I picture them to be like 'hash brown potatoes' shredded. What are grits? Edible, right?




Just search for "grits" and type in DubU DubU DubU. Grits. COMe and see what you get...



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Posted on Fri, Jun 02, 2006 06:13

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Excuse my ignorance, but I don't know what 'grits' are either! lol I picture them to be like 'hash brown potatoes' shredded. What are grits? Edible, right?

Hmmm... Sharp I think they are ground from corn, they are like the consistency of cream of wheat. Only you put alot of butter and salt and pepper on them. The southerners chop up thier over easy eggs and mix the grits in them. Even tho Im not sure exactly what they are, I sure love them. I think maybe we need to ask Gem to be for sure what they are. Do they even sell them in Canada? Every restaurant down here serves grits for breakfast. I found out that in New Hampshire they serve baked beans with breakfast! That is something that belongs with barbeque, as far as I can figure. I just dont think they go with eggs but I guess its a new england thing that I dont care to try unless I was having ribs or roasted hog for breakfast.



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Posted on Thu, Jun 01, 2006 21:43

Excuse my ignorance, but I don't know what 'grits' are either! lol I picture them to be like 'hash brown potatoes' shredded. What are grits? Edible, right?



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Posted on Wed, May 31, 2006 20:42

either way peggy sue I like what you do. Some of my best friends are hatched.



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Posted on Tue, May 30, 2006 17:40

Peggy sue I was lmao after reading about your will. Girl i wish I had the guts to be just like you.



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Posted on Tue, May 30, 2006 17:22

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I have seen the glory that is PeggySue. I am glad she doesn't have her pic up. I am pathetically trying to get attention standing in front of a snack cooler, no chance if she posts her pic.

She is a doll and not many women her age can pull off a short, plaid catholic school girl skirt and knee socks, but she does! She posed by a bicycle, what do you suppose that is about???

So is she the town bike? Or is the bike, the town bike? Well it sounds like we dont need any competition from her! A real beauty huh? Peggysue you keep yourself hidden, we have a hard enough time getting attention around here. Heck from what I understand the guys are turning into lesbo's around here. We sure dont need you coming around, exposing yourself and straightening them out. You just keep it under wraps Sueeety.



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Posted on Tue, May 30, 2006 16:33

I have seen the glory that is PeggySue. I am glad she doesn't have her pic up. I am pathetically trying to get attention standing in front of a snack cooler, no chance if she posts her pic.

She is a doll and not many women her age can pull off a short, plaid catholic school girl skirt and knee socks, but she does! She posed by a bicycle, what do you suppose that is about???



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Posted on Tue, May 30, 2006 15:55

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cutiepie01 write:
Here I am!

seattlesunshine write:
Cutie, where are you????!!!




Hey, now don't you be hiding on us? You know I have grits in my eyes! And Peggy, she's trying to get her hair in pigtail for Robbie!

How do you know that peggysue has hair? I havent seen any proof of that, have you? or anyone else? I say peggysue should show those locks of love.



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Posted on Mon, May 29, 2006 17:48

cutiepie01 write:
Here I am!

seattlesunshine write:
Cutie, where are you????!!!




Hey, now don't you be hiding on us? You know I have grits in my eyes! And Peggy, she's trying to get her hair in pigtail for Robbie!



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