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Old 09-09-2012, 07:04 PM   #361
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No matter how old they get, they never stop needing you.
This is so very true!

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Yes, but the problems get harder and you can't always help and that bothers me.
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DH had hot dogs and potato chips, I had salad with fried chicken on top and fried pickles.
The hotdogs were awesome for opening day. I would have loved fried pickles.

Sorry the Brownies did not win.
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Old 09-09-2012, 07:07 PM   #362
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One of the benefits of living alone is I never have to watch another football or basefall game again. The TV is all mine! MINE do you hear, MINE!
And so's MY remote control. MINE!!!!
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Old 09-09-2012, 10:01 PM   #363
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Indigestion...

How many ways can I say, "uh huh" and still sound like I am paying attention?

"Go guy, whoever you are, who has the ball!!"

I guess I'll go shopping.
Well that sounds like me! Even the gals I work with are all about football...
I used to love to hang out with my ex BF (chef) on football days I would go hide and read but him and his brothers would make the best food!
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Old 09-09-2012, 11:46 PM   #364
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Well that sounds like me! Even the gals I work with are all about football...
I used to love to hang out with my ex BF (chef) on football days I would go hide and read but him and his brothers would make the best food!
So football Sunday is not about the game, but the food.
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Old 09-10-2012, 12:13 AM   #365
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Definitely about food. If I had known it was the start of football I would have had appropriate food for Shrek and a hidey hole for me. I need to check and make sure the DVD player has a good charge in it's battery so I can watch movies.
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Old 09-10-2012, 12:34 PM   #366
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So football Sunday is not about the game, but the food.
Why does football Sunday have to be about one OR the other. This thread is about what people fix for football Sunday. Eat, watch some games, enjoy the atmosphere.

If you don't like football then you aren't liking to be tailgating which means yer eating on Sunday, not football Sunday.
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Old 09-10-2012, 12:47 PM   #367
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Why does football Sunday have to be about one OR the other. This thread is about what people fix for football Sunday. Eat, watch some games, enjoy the atmosphere.

If you don't like football then you aren't liking to be tailgating which means yer eating on Sunday, not football Sunday.
Tsk! Tsk! Calm down. It was all said in jest! We are just teasing the men!
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Us wimmens are usually more about making the food and enjoying our wimmen folk time together while the boys hoot & holler. It's a happy time for all.
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Old 09-10-2012, 06:08 PM   #369
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Buffalo Chicken Dip if I am actually doing something for it!
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It's that time of the week again. Time for food, time for football, time for cheering, time for (&@&)@*&@ cause they can't score a touchdown.

Today we are doing oven wings with Frank's (no, the other Frank) wing sauce. I have some celery as a concession to someone that says we need a vegetable...

What are you doing for Football Sunday?
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