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Old 07-17-2008, 06:14 AM   #841
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Probably boarded the train just after it went on its annual visit to the carriage wash.
That explains the outside....what about the inside?
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oohhh, a big butterfly!!! any significance or just cause they're pretty
significance yes, 2 years since a very dear little girl passed away in september, so i want to get it done by then .
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well we dont spend much time together, we dont shower together and i wear long sleeves all the time at the moment.
I'm not a big fan of the showering together thing. . . Our neighbours had a huuge shower built with two shower heads. As a kid I just thought it was to save time in the mornings they now have 5 kids. I bet they hate that double shower now. . . .
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That explains the outside....what about the inside?
It was heading TO Footscray, not FROM Footscray, so the ferals hadn't got at it yet?
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As a kid I just thought it was to save time in the mornings
Hahaha, so did I.
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OK, getting off my arse to do dinner. Excuse slow replies.
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the warcraft squad are going to the movies so the computer is mine until 9.30 when the Amazing race starts
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It was heading TO Footscray, not FROM Footscray, so the ferals hadn't got at it yet?
You're the Melbournite.
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sweeeeeet! what are they seeing?? TDK?
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We usually do, anyway.
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i bought a Baby Ruth chocolate today solely because they have them in The Goonies
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sweeeeeet! what are they seeing?? TDK?
yup, my folks went to see it on MOnday and liked it a lot. They have no comparison though, they haven't been to the movies for yeeaarrss
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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.
It's not bad here, from what I've seen. I don't remove pics too often either. Laaaaziness.

Ha, yeah. My family cook with onion a lot and often times I accuse them of doing it in spite of me. That said, I'll stomach them if I absolutely have to and can appreciate a good dish with them in it, so long as it doesn't give me killer indigestion.

I just haven't been doing it much because my dad's old lady has been cooking all the time. And her cooking is so there's no point in me competing with that.
I like the idea of large batches though. That how I've done things like fudge and buckeyes.
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