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Old 09-18-2009, 04:59 PM   #4561
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I forgot to buy Smarties to make monster cookies today. Grrrr! I'm having a small snit now. I was really looking forward to those dang it all!
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Old 09-18-2009, 05:04 PM   #4562
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I forgot to buy Smarties to make monster cookies today. Grrrr! I'm having a small snit now. I was really looking forward to those dang it all!
I hate when stuff like that happens, Alix.

By the way when your done witht he cookies save me one, :)
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Old 09-18-2009, 05:21 PM   #4563
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I forgot to buy Smarties to make monster cookies today. Grrrr! I'm having a small snit now. I was really looking forward to those dang it all!
noxema!! oh wait you said snit?



sorry couldn't resist!!
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Old 09-18-2009, 05:57 PM   #4564
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I feel better, I used peanut m and m's instead. And check your karma msmofet.
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I feel better, I used peanut m and m's instead. And check your karma msmofet.
i'm ascart to look!!


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Old 09-21-2009, 05:01 PM   #4566
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Nothing major, just annoyed that hubby and his friend put salt and pepper on the mashed potatoes before even trying it out and hubby's friend put gobs of butter on it ! I flavored it already. The man is really getting on my nerves by now, especially when he stabs the meat to get it off the platter , instead of just picking it up with the fork, he stabs it, with a quick stab . I can hardly wait until he leaves for Texas Oct. 5th.
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Nothing major, just annoyed that hubby and his friend put salt and pepper on the mashed potatoes before even trying it out and hubby's friend put gobs of butter on it ! I flavored it already. The man is really getting on my nerves by now, especially when he stabs the meat to get it off the platter , instead of just picking it up with the fork, he stabs it, with a quick stab . I can hardly wait until he leaves for Texas Oct. 5th.
Makes you wonder if table manners were ever taught at his home doesn't it?
Hang in there it could be worse. I had company once who used the serving spoon to taste the peas before spooning half the bowl full onto his plate!!! Kind of made me want to gag...
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Makes you wonder if table manners were ever taught at his home doesn't it?
Hang in there it could be worse. I had company once who used the serving spoon to taste the peas before spooning half the bowl full onto his plate!!! Kind of made me want to gag...
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This guy even licked the plate one time .
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This guy even licked the plate one time .
YUK, that plate would grace the garbage pail
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Old 09-22-2009, 11:45 AM   #4570
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Nothing major, just annoyed that hubby and his friend put salt and pepper on the mashed potatoes before even trying it out and hubby's friend put gobs of butter on it ! I flavored it already. The man is really getting on my nerves by now, especially when he stabs the meat to get it off the platter , instead of just picking it up with the fork, he stabs it, with a quick stab . I can hardly wait until he leaves for Texas Oct. 5th.
I feel for you LC.

One of our borders used to POUR salt all over his food without taking a single bite. I once said that I seasoned the food well while cooking and he should at least give it a try. He took the most minuscule bite before picking up the salt shaker and dowsing everything as usual. I would fill the salt shaker weekly. Now this is the same border who told us in the beginning he ate everything (which really translated to very plain meat and potatoes only) except he had to watch his salt content. Yeah, right!

Do what we did in one of the restaurants I cooked in. Salt and pepper was not on the table - you had to ask for it and when you did you were given it but told that the food was seasoned well in the kitchen.
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