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Old 05-09-2012, 02:43 PM   #751
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Uh huh. The weirdness is not in the cupboard Frank.

Can you at least make the poor woman a cup of tea?

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Uh huh. The weirdness is not in the cupboard Frank.

Can you at least make the poor woman a cup of tea?
Sure. Pour it out of the can into a cup, nuke it, add a bit of milk and serve.
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She ate the Pot Pie! Hooray!. I'm going to empty the other freezer of stuff and fill it with pot pies!
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Sure. Pour it out of the can into a cup, nuke it, add a bit of milk and serve.
There you go!

What a gem you are. Every girls dream. I can't imagine why she knocked you out with the baseball bat. I tell you, some women just don't appreciate the hard working man that comes through the door almost every night. And hardly ever with unexplained lipstick stains on his collar.

And if she talks back, she deserves what she's got coming to her!
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See there! That's what I have to keep reminding her of!
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You two are like a comedy team.

(I'm a little curious about the baseball bat reference)

They say, "you are what you eat". Eating a whole freezer full of pot pies might leave you feeling a little crusty.... .

Try the spinach souffle from Stauffer's. It's yummy.

Do you know how to make a grilled cheese sandwich? That with a can of soup is tasty. You can use mozzarella cheese and put some pepperoni slices between the slices of cheese. When it's done, cut it into strips with a pizza cutter, dip it in some spaghetti sauce and you're all set.
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You two are like a comedy team.

(I'm a little curious about the baseball bat reference)

They say, "you are what you eat". Eating a whole freezer full of pot pies might leave you feeling a little crusty.... .

Try the spinach souffle from Stauffer's. It's yummy.

Do you know how to make a grilled cheese sandwich? That with a can of soup is tasty. You can use mozzarella cheese and put some pepperoni slices between the slices of cheese. When it's done, cut it into strips with a pizza cutter, dip it in some spaghetti sauce and you're all set.
Sure, but then I'd have to use the yellow thingie in the kitchen. Nuker just doesn't get it done right. I'd buy 100 or so Big Mac's, freeze them, nuke them and feed them to her and myself, but she refuses to eat restuarant cooking. Doesn't even like Hardee's. Go figure.
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"Try the spinach souffle from Stauffer's." I'll look for that one.
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Big Mac's, btw, have all the major food groups in them and no dishes to wash either.
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I missed this. "(I'm a little curious about the baseball bat reference)"

It was a piece of firewood. For no apparent resaon, she clouted me in the head.????????? (I'm a little curious about the baseball bat reference) Still haven't figured that one out.
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Big Mac's, btw, have all the major food groups in them and no dishes to wash either.
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All of the major food groups - plus a few that nobody's ever heard of.
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I missed this. "(I'm a little curious about the baseball bat reference)"

It was a piece of firewood. For no apparent resaon, she clouted me in the head.????????? (I'm a little curious about the baseball bat reference) Still haven't figured that one out.
Ouch! Sorry to hear that.
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Ouch! Sorry to hear that.

I screwed the link up. Here's the story. I wish I knew what went wrong.
Sorry I was away for a while. Amnesia.
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Oh, NOW i get it! I commented in that thread, but didn't make the connection here.
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Ya I just remembered a large wooden object. A log, a baseball bat what ever

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