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Wild Salmon grilled on cedar plank with green onions and light brown sugar glaze.
Side of Yukon gold potatoes boiled in beer.
Argula and Belgian endive salad with balsamic vinegar.

A nicely chilled 2003 Selaks Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc.

Pig out on Sharon's Passion Fruit Sorbet

Yum Yum.

Bon appetit .. oh no I puked again, I got to watch the Bush video again so I can eat my stuff back and leave no trace. I learned that from my dog, he even eats his shit so I don't have to yell at him if makes an accident in the house. So as you can see I amscared of Bush, I got to eat my vomit.
oh dear, have some of this and scratch your butt while watching some Bush Video (perhaps the Carpet-Licking Variety[:D])
Pardon me I am not from where you are, that is I am not familiar with your products. Is that a lubricant?
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Ribeye steak grilled medium with steamed veggies and a salad. I'm still too full for desert.

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Pardon me I am not from where you are, that is I am not familiar with your products. Is that a lubricant?
Sorry, having used it in UK/US, I thought you may have seen it.



Yes, it is a lubricant.

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Pardon me I am not from where you are, that is I am not familiar with your products. Is that a lubricant?
Sorry, having used it in UK/US, I thought you may have seen it.



Yes, it is a lubricant.
Ahh, is it the warming kind that I hear is in your market? Personaly I think the color is awful, pink? I am gonna ask Germanstar if this stuff works with the wienner mobile...
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RE: What's everyone having for dinner

Couscous and steamed broccoli. I'm too full for dessert now too. But, when I finish this bowl and Reno 911 I think I might have room for a S'mores Pop Tart. [:p]
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That's funny but I do like couscous like a cereal. I mix it with milk and sprinkle some raisins. Now anout the Smores pop tarts, that sound like something my kids eat. I have not seen them but I know there are some awful stuff in the pantry that I am just too old to understand.
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Couscous and steamed broccoli. I'm too full for dessert now too. But, when I finish this bowl and Reno 911 I think I might have room for a S'mores Pop Tart. [:p]
Poor thing, how could you be full with couscous and broccoli? You feel full because it's all gas in there - you'd be making PopFarts instead of eating one. Forget PopTarts, let me cook something more nutritious for you.

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Couscous and steamed broccoli. I'm too full for dessert now too. But, when I finish this bowl and Reno 911 I think I might have room for a S'mores Pop Tart. [:p]
Poor thing, how could you be full with couscous and broccoli? You feel full because it's all gas in there - you'd be making PopFarts instead of eating one. Forget PopTarts, let me cook something more nutritious for you.
Oh wow you can cook, I am looking for a fourth wife who can handle a kitchen. I am tired of my cook she only does ethnic stuff. My wives are sueless in this department. An yes I fart a lot because of my cook, I got to fire her one day.
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That's funny but I do like couscous like a cereal. I mix it with milk and sprinkle some raisins. Now anout the Smores pop tarts, that sound like something my kids eat. I have not seen them but I know there are some awful stuff in the pantry that I am just too old to understand.
They are awful---and I love 'em.
Graham cracker crust, 'chocolate' and a marshmallow-like substance inside=good eats.
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That's funny but I do like couscous like a cereal. I mix it with milk and sprinkle some raisins. Now anout the Smores pop tarts, that sound like something my kids eat. I have not seen them but I know there are some awful stuff in the pantry that I am just too old to understand.

They are awful---and I love 'em.
Graham cracker crust, 'chocolate' and a marshmallow-like substance inside=good eats.
Wow just what I need to maintain my 300lb + frame. Are you heavy too? You should not worry you have the 560sel with hydrolic suspenssion, me too. For example I can't fit in my son's Honda or my daughter's 911. It's awful. Hey even my bed is reiforced, not because I have three wives, they don't weigh much all together I still surpass them.
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