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Old 07-13-2008, 10:06 PM   #346
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Spice Girls --> Duran Duran --> Tim Finn solo eighties --> Enz's Charlie? Oh YEAH!
it's better!! (though all those bands make an appearance on the list...i didn't use charlie though)
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I've never heard of Mother Jones. I like Vogue, I buy Aus Vogue occasionally and British Vogue quite a bit. Soy milk is good, it takes a little getting used to after cow's milk but now I find I like it more than cow's milk. Then I drink a lot of herbal tea which doesn't need any milk.

OK must pretend to be working here....
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Old 07-13-2008, 10:09 PM   #348
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man...an off-hand conversation i had with my mom as i got off work prompted me to wiki hungry jack's, i didn't know they had such an odd history! (i knew about the reasons for the different name, but hadn't heard about all the shit with burger king itself)
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aww. i was hoping commerically made chocolate milk would be strong enough for you.

yeah, my mom chuckled that it was the first time milk was more expensive than gas, that she could think of. ooh, what kind of muffins?
I haven't had it in years. I think I don't mind the taste too much, but it just isn't a drink I favour.

Hah, I'd never compared petrol and milk prices. And I'll first do a batch of chocolate muffins, then some blueberry and some apple and cinnamon muffins.

For now, sandwiches are toasting for lunch, since you didn't reply to my request to make me lunch.
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regular milk is okay, but organic milk is ftw.

my grocery store even has goat's milk. creeeepy
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I've never heard of Mother Jones. I like Vogue, I buy Aus Vogue occasionally and British Vogue quite a bit. Soy milk is good, it takes a little getting used to after cow's milk but now I find I like it more than cow's milk. Then I drink a lot of herbal tea which doesn't need any milk.

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yeah, it's kind of a small magazine (compared to magazines like time at least) and i'm not sure if it's printed outside of the country.
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btw hi, i'm in class. and bored.
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I haven't had it in years. I think I don't mind the taste too much, but it just isn't a drink I favour.

Hah, I'd never compared petrol and milk prices. And I'll first do a batch of chocolate muffins, then some blueberry and some apple and cinnamon muffins.

For now, sandwiches are toasting for lunch, since you didn't reply to my request to make me lunch.
you're not even human.

ooh, can i have some blueberry muffins please? preferably right when they come out of the oven

sorry, you're on your own with lunch
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heh, let's see:

- entertainment weekly (duh)
- glamour (fashion)
- elle (more fashion)
- lucky (even more fashion)
- vogue (guess!!)
- mother jones (left-wing political magazine)
The first five make me think of going to the hairdresser with Mum when I was little. I'd just go to whoever cut her hair, so it wouldn't be some barber with the newspaper and Time and stuff like that, but some women's salon with all these dodgy women's fashion and gossip magazines like that. So while I was waiting for Mum, I'd dig through them in a desperate attempt to find the one copy of National Geographic or whatever that nobody had touched in five years and was right at the bottom of the pile of magazines.
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Old 07-13-2008, 10:12 PM   #355
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hi. you're a mod. we were talking about you last night. can you change my username?
i wish i could, but i think sicy's the only one who can do that.

oh, and since we were discussing that earlier, i should confess to you when i see your username, i always think of wannabe by the spice girls
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btw hi, i'm in class. and bored.
What the hell are you doing in class right now?

I mean, winter holidays ...
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The first five make me think of going to the hairdresser with Mum when I was little. I'd just go to whoever cut her hair, so it wouldn't be some barber with the newspaper and Time and stuff like that, but some women's salon with all these dodgy women's fashion and gossip magazines like that. So while I was waiting for Mum, I'd dig through them in a desperate attempt to find the one copy of National Geographic or whatever that nobody had touched in five years and was right at the bottom of the pile of magazines.
yeah, and sitting at the hairdresser is booooring. usually i'd just sit in the chair next to her and talk to her and the stylist.

now i get to read all the dodgy magazines when i'm at the shop, waiting for my colour to process
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you're not even human.

ooh, can i have some blueberry muffins please? preferably right when they come out of the oven

sorry, you're on your own with lunch
www.qantas.com - make your way here and I'll give you muffins.

And you're a bad mod, refusing to even provide lunch for the forum members!
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www.qantas.com - make your way here and I'll give you muffins.

And you're a bad mod, refusing to even provide lunch for the forum members!
if i could i would

and as the saying goes, there's no such thing as a free lunch!
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