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Old 07-17-2008, 06:06 AM   #826
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mmm mmmm, my chicken puffs are yum
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Hey, people with good vision, I want your opinion. Can you tell that this photo was taken through the window of a train?

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nope looks great
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I can't see any evidence of train window
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Ooh, that's a good idea. Avoids page clutter for all, and works out especially nicely for people like yourself.

See, I love the taste of onions, especially when they're raw and crisp. I've pretty much gotten used to chopping them and dicing them too, so they don't bug me.

I'm going to be doing lots of cooking and baking over the coming week in readiness for the uni semester.
Usually when an image is quoted, it doesn't really take much longer to load anyway because it's from the same location (photobucket link or what have you.), it's just the idea of people quoting the same image over and over and over that pisses me off. It's better that it gets turned into a URL because you don't have to scroll past like 10 copies of the same pic to get to what you're reading.

I have never been a big fan of the taste. When I was a kid, you couldn't get me to go anywhere near anything that even had little onions and it and nothing more. I'm not a whole lot different now but I can stomach them a bit better. It's just that I wind up feeling terrible after eating them sometimes.

I need to get back into the habit of cooking. I haven't done so proper in so long. I kinda like my own cooking. I can make a pretty damn good batch of peanut butter fudge.
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No.

Looks great. How the fuck did you find a train with clean windows?
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oh geez Jen, 6 weeks of not noticing the tatt??? The nose must have been noticed though, he can't be that blind. . . . .
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Looks great. How the fuck did you find a train with clean windows?
that's exactly what I was thinking
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http://pics.livejournal.com/axver/pic/0010yzdz/s640x480
Seriously? Well I sure can't tell.
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oh geez Jen, 6 weeks of not noticing the tatt??? The nose must have been noticed though, he can't be that blind. . . . .
he noticed the nose after about half an hour of being in the same room ,

the tatt, still no. fucking silly really isnt it . im planning on getting a large butterfly on my back soon ... wonder if he will see that
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Looks great. How the fuck did you find a train with clean windows?
Cool, thanks!

Probably boarded the train just after it went on its annual visit to the carriage wash.
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oh geez Jen, 6 weeks of not noticing the tatt???
Fuck, even I would've noticed by now.
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Fuck, even I would've noticed by now.
well we dont spend much time together, we dont shower together and i wear long sleeves all the time at the moment.
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he noticed the nose after about half an hour of being in the same room ,

the tatt, still no. fucking silly really isnt it . im planning on getting a large butterfly on my back soon ... wonder if he will see that
oohhh, a big butterfly!!! any significance or just cause they're pretty
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Usually when an image is quoted, it doesn't really take much longer to load anyway because it's from the same location (photobucket link or what have you.), it's just the idea of people quoting the same image over and over and over that pisses me off. It's better that it gets turned into a URL because you don't have to scroll past like 10 copies of the same pic to get to what you're reading.

I have never been a big fan of the taste. When I was a kid, you couldn't get me to go anywhere near anything that even had little onions and it and nothing more. I'm not a whole lot different now but I can stomach them a bit better. It's just that I wind up feeling terrible after eating them sometimes.

I need to get back into the habit of cooking. I haven't done so proper in so long. I kinda like my own cooking. I can make a pretty damn good batch of peanut butter fudge.
Ah, yeah. It's certainly a pain when it takes up shitloads of room, though I often fail to remove pics from my quotes in these threads because they're moving quickly and I want to get my reply posted rather than arsing around editing the quote. Sure, it takes only five seconds, but don't want to fall behind, you know.

I've always enjoyed it myself, and it doesn't seem to affect me at all, so I guess it's not surprising that onion turns up in my cooking quite a bit.

I tend to get lazy with cooking during the uni semester and just want quick dinners so that I can get back to work/procrastinating. After a long day of uni, cookery can fuck off. But on holidays, I bake and cook a lot. Much of it is done in large batches so that I have things like muffins to last me through the semester.
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