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Old 10-31-2011, 07:04 PM   #31
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I'm not keen on raw onions, unless they are in a taco with sour cream. Something about sweet raw onions and sour cream... mmmm....
Anyway, I remember a cheese kind of snack back when I was a kid. It came out about the time of the aerosol cheese spread. It came in something like a chub of sausage, all plastic wrapped up, it had a small plastic cap in the middle and you had to cut an X in it with a knife to get the cheese to come out all pretty... What a PITB that stuff was to use. I swear the last third was tossed into the garbage. Nice cheddar flavor though, not as creamy as the spray cheese.
That was squeeze a snak! Oh how I used to love that stuff. It was a special treat when Mom bought it for us. Ah, memories.
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Old 10-31-2011, 07:06 PM   #32
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That was squeeze a snak! Oh how I used to love that stuff. It was a special treat when Mom bought it for us. Ah, memories.
Loved Squeez a Snak!
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Old 10-31-2011, 07:16 PM   #33
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That was squeeze a snak! Oh how I used to love that stuff. It was a special treat when Mom bought it for us. Ah, memories.
If I remember right there was even a hickory bacon flavor.
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Old 10-31-2011, 08:08 PM   #34
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If I remember right there was even a hickory bacon flavor.
Yep they did. And the onion flavor was awesome too.
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Old 10-31-2011, 10:21 PM   #35
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48 hours of hiccups! A real pain in the chest!

Holy Smokes! I just finished with 2 whole days and nights of hiccups.

Terrible ones that made my chest hurt. Now that they are gone, I feel like that famous little alien tried to crawl out of my chest and made it sore as can be. Woke with the hiccups and went to bed with them. Man oh man, am I glad that's over!
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Old 10-31-2011, 10:43 PM   #36
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Holy Smokes! I just finished with 2 whole days and nights of hiccups.

Terrible ones that made my chest hurt. Now that they are gone, I feel like that famous little alien tried to crawl out of my chest and made it sore as can be. Woke with the hiccups and went to bed with them. Man oh man, am I glad that's over!

so sorry, tim, for your ordeal. that's an unnaturally long time to have the hiccups. how did they finally end? any idea what caused the whole thing? i imagine you tried all the various methods we use to get rid of the hiccups. god how did you even sleep? can your doctor help in a situation such as this? hope your aches are soon gone and the hiccups too, for good. take care, tim....
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Holy Smokes! I just finished with 2 whole days and nights of hiccups.

Terrible ones that made my chest hurt. Now that they are gone, I feel like that famous little alien tried to crawl out of my chest and made it sore as can be. Woke with the hiccups and went to bed with them. Man oh man, am I glad that's over!
Holy Sh*$, Timothy!! I can relate though, I get them maybe once a year and they stay for days sometimes. I am so sorry! The bummer is, ALLLLLLLLLLLL of the wives tales I have ever heard NEVER work, not a one. My doc gave me muscle relaxers, all that did was slow 'em down, lol.

As for what I am doing, a whole lot of nothing. . .didn't have a single trick or treater, not a one. SO, having kit kats minis for dinner, lol, and awaiting a fun day at the hospital tomorrow.
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so sorry, tim, for your ordeal. that's an unnaturally long time to have the hiccups. how did they finally end? any idea what caused the whole thing? i imagine you tried all the various methods we use to get rid of the hiccups. god how did you even sleep? can your doctor help in a situation such as this? hope your aches are soon gone and the hiccups too, for good. take care, tim....
I woke up this morning and they were gone! I guess I was just so worn out that I was able to fall asleep. I woke several times from hiccuping.

I don't know if The Doc could do anything or not. I guess I just outlasted them.
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waiting for great grandkids to come for trick or treak, the bugs are cute. they are running late. i am getting tired. hope i make it. then off to bed to read.
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Waiting for trick-or-treaters, only had our little neighbor boy before I got home from work, I missed him :-( DH handled it.
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