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Old 06-26-2012, 04:51 PM   #651
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Oh so true! LOL!!! Leftover chocolate!!!
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Old 06-26-2012, 05:46 PM   #652
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Old 06-26-2012, 05:47 PM   #653
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Chocolate! (Sorry for fuzzy quality on the one picture).
Leftover chocolate? Never heard of it.
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Old 06-26-2012, 07:21 PM   #654
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From Joy of Cooking, "CHAMPAGNE SAUCE

"Not every householder has to worry about what to do with leftover champagne, but should this appalling dilemma be yours, there is no better way than this to solve it and make a light but rich sauce for fish or chicken."
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Old 06-26-2012, 07:24 PM   #655
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From Joy of Cooking, "CHAMPAGNE SAUCE

"Not every householder has to worry about what to do with leftover champagne, but should this appalling dilemma be yours, there is no better way than this to solve it and make a light but rich sauce for fish or chicken."
Something else I can't imagine, leftover champagne!
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Old 06-26-2012, 08:03 PM   #656
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Something else I can't imagine, leftover champagne!
I don't think the authors of Joy of Cooking could imagine it either.
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Old 06-26-2012, 08:13 PM   #657
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Lmao Taxlady! What a name! My cat whom we sadly just lost was named Bozo Kitty by DH 22 years ago. I had to start calling her BK, because I couldn't face telling the Vet her real name. :)


Dumbshit was born into a very stupid family. His mum was stupid; his dad was stupid; and all but one of his siblings were stupid.

His mother's name was Elizabeth (nickname: Lizzy Biz). So, my friend gave all the kittens names from the English royal family. Dumbshit was born with rolls of fat, so he was called Henry. We had a friend named Henry. We thought it would be really insulting for the cat to have the same name, so we changed it. He was the dumbest of the litter. I also got his sister, the runt of the litter. So, she didn't get a royal family name. She was so tiny she was named, "Musaraigne", French for shrew. It got changed to Musmus. She got all the brains that all the other members of that family didn't have. She got to about 5 lbs as an adult and was the most adorable shenanicat.
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Old 06-26-2012, 09:14 PM   #658
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Leftover chocolate? Never heard of it.
Me either
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Old 06-26-2012, 09:41 PM   #659
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Dumbshit was born into a very stupid family. His mum was stupid; his dad was stupid; and all but one of his siblings were stupid.

His mother's name was Elizabeth (nickname: Lizzy Biz). So, my friend gave all the kittens names from the English royal family. Dumbshit was born with rolls of fat, so he was called Henry. We had a friend named Henry. We thought it would be really insulting for the cat to have the same name, so we changed it. He was the dumbest of the litter. I also got his sister, the runt of the litter. So, she didn't get a royal family name. She was so tiny she was named, "Musaraigne", French for shrew. It got changed to Musmus. She got all the brains that all the other members of that family didn't have. She got to about 5 lbs as an adult and was the most adorable shenanicat.
ROFL! Aww. Poor little DS. What was his name on his medical records?
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