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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38970 on: Jul 18 09 09:31 »
 I've noticed last night walking around lots of pda during the first few hours of my birthday. So presumably this obviously means I am a love god of some sort.

'cuse me Mandela,  John Glenn, Steve Forbes, Richard Branson, Nick Faldo, Dick Button, and Ricky Skaggs want to do their usual happy birthday conference call. They've all been kind of downers since Thompson killed himself. We've been lacking a comedian since Skelton died and we lost Henri Salvador last year so now Ricky lost his jam partner. We don't like including Vin Diesel and Jack Layton as they always talk about themselves.  The past few years I've been trying to push for Kristen Bell, M.I.A.,  and Mιlissa Theuriau to be welcomed into the call, but Branson and Faldo are notorious womanizers so its best they stay away for now.




   
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38971 on: Jul 18 09 09:44 »
pda ?  
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38972 on: Jul 18 09 09:45 »
What the hell are you talking about anyhow.  
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38973 on: Jul 18 09 10:37 »
obviously i can't be cute here.
all those people have july 18 as their birthday....

pda= public display of affection
 
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38974 on: Jul 18 09 11:14 »
 Talking in riddles is almost never cute.  I know YOU know what you're talking about, but you communicate in a way that could just as well be a foreign language to me.
So who is making public displays of affection ?  You ?  

I still don't get it.
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38975 on: Jul 18 09 01:22 »
I don't get what he's is saying either, but HAPPY BIRTHDAY SD!!!!


 

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« Reply #38976 on: Jul 18 09 08:37 »
everyone today from about 12am on I've seen has been a) making out or b) some serious groping.

You'd think it was a friday usual, but it seemed more excessive than usual. I don't remember seeing so many people making out on Granville and other streets. lol

lol clearly you all must be Germans.  haha

[a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TeEyu5YSEgw"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TeEyu5YSEgw[/a]

Although ironically, I tend to have a german sense of humour, of which is extremely frustrating for german classes. Only myself and the prof are rolling on the floor while the rest of the room is crickets. lol

thanks for the wishes :))) , its been great fun. I went golfing and I probably should of dropped football in high school for the golf. lol



 
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38977 on: Jul 18 09 09:31 »
hmm should I sign up for sea kayaking or golf next year in terms of ubc clubs?

 
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38978 on: Jul 18 09 10:48 »
Pick the one you like most, SD.  I've never golfed so I wouldn't know which one to suggest.  Glad to hear you enjoyed your birthday.


 

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« Reply #38979 on: Jul 19 09 12:34 »
lol that's like trying to decide between real sweet tea and beer. lol

one is 'hours alone in the ocean where sd gets to contemplate' the other 'hours alone where sd brings out his uber perfectionist side' lol

hmmm

well i got until september but i think sailing is cheaper
 
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38980 on: Jul 19 09 05:57 »
Sailing and cheap in Vancouver don't go hand in hand. I hear it's pretty expensive but meh, maybe you can find a better deal.

  Had fun at girls' night out but it was so short. I thought we would have stayed longer. Bummer. Next time, we're crashing at my friend's pad. Maybe bring some booze. Anything to make it last longer.

  Gak. One more night before starting work again. My only console is that we don't get to see our supervisor for three weeks. Woot!
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« Reply #38981 on: Jul 19 09 07:42 »
 Hey Lise.  

The chicken turned out super purelife.  It was really delicious...but as for being a dead ringer for KFC....I don't see it myself.  But it WAS really good.  I'd definitely do it again.

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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38982 on: Jul 19 09 03:47 »
Hai-ho everyone!

How about playing some board games or watch some movies at the next girl's night out?  Cranium, Scattergory, Pictionary etc are really fun.  I remember having so much fun with the gals where we cooked, watched some movies and played games.  I miss those days.

Did you deep fry the chicken, P.C. or just pan-fried?  I bet it tasted wonderful.  I wish I was there to be the sampler. :)

I hope everyone is having a wonderful weekend.  Going for a swim soon to cool off, well, more like wadling and aquacising. :)


 

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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38983 on: Jul 19 09 03:56 »
Hey purelife !  A swim sounds great.

I browned it bit in olive oil in a pan, then transferred it all to a baking sheet and baked it in the oven.
 
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38984 on: Jul 19 09 07:04 »
Hey everyone!  It's been a weekend of in-laws sleeping in the living room (lucky us!), Jeckyl's BDay, and used truck shopping.  MrLM has narrowed it down to a Nissan Titan.        
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