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Old 06-04-2005, 02:44 PM   #5251
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Why is there a 2 foot tall egg on the counter?
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Old 06-04-2005, 04:01 PM   #5252
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because i bought a 600-pound hen and she laid an egg. i had to use a forklift to transport it.
er, um, we're having my curried chicken salad tonite. and chicken soup. and chicken fajitas, grilled chicken over mixed baby greens w/ fries on top, chicken kiev, chicken corden bleu, chicken saltimbocca, and some very large garlic-butter wings.
here, chicky, chicky, chicken! where areeeeee youuuuuu?
~brandishing meat cleaver.~
aww, man, i can't. that hen and i are good friends now! guess we have a new pet.
let's just have omelets instead.
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Old 06-04-2005, 04:22 PM   #5253
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guys, i just returned from the candy store on of my best friends works at.
i come bearing chocolate Ice Cubes (those were my FAVORITE till i gave up the chocolate. i used to drive half an hour away just to get them.); hand-dipped, chocolate-covered, caramel-filled pretzels (some of them have crushed heath bars on them, while others have mini candy-coated chocolate chips, others have coconut, and still others have brickle. (in reality, these are the best chocolate-covered pretzels i've had in my life! if we had a reunion one day, i'd bring 50 of these!) there are some mini peanut butter meltaways, mini cashew meltaways, some chocolate-covered strawberries, and some cordial cherries.
and for jkath:
a beautician chocolate set and a manicurist set. (for all of the work at the barber shop, of course.)
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Old 06-04-2005, 07:41 PM   #5254
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Thats a big chicken ya got there! We better keep it by the lake. What does it eat?

These chocolate pretzels are GREAT!!!! *grabbing another handful* Thanks! I'll try an ice cube in a bit.
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Old 06-04-2005, 10:22 PM   #5255
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here, sush, have some more pretzels.
just returned from my night out having sushi and sake. lovely! i had a spider roll and white tuna. i also had miso soup and a salad w/ flying fish roe. we got red bean mochi ice cream for dessert for free. we also had some Japanese beer.
we went up to the sushi bar to have some sake and watch the chefs prepare the sushi/sashimi, and they were very chatty. very friendly. they're the same chefs that fed my BF white tuna sashimi the first time we went there. i had several questions, all of which they answered very well.
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Old 06-04-2005, 10:23 PM   #5256
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BTW, the chicken eats dried corn, mainly. she likes it a lot.
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Old 06-04-2005, 10:27 PM   #5257
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luvs, that was so thoughtful of you!
These chocolate pretzels are so good too - thanks for getting dark as well as light (dark's my favorite).

I need to get back to reality world, but I just wanted to say hi!
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Old 06-04-2005, 11:36 PM   #5258
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well, hi, jkath!
my, goodness, i'm actually sleepy for once! too much sake, i guess.
getting my newest pics developed tomorrow! look on the gallery to see the new 99-pound me in a few days. (i lost some weight but am doing my best to re-gain it) maybe next week.
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stopping in. my reality's being at work for the next 3 days grrrrrrr
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