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Discussion in 'Just for Laughs and Games' started by disneymom, Aug 15, 2008.

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    Favorite philosopher? Dr. Seuss springs to mind at the moment.

    What is your favorite invention of the 20th century?
     
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    Disneybumble The Secret is in the Sauce.

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    Why the internet of course.:tongue:
     
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    Pssssst! Siobhan. You forgot to ask a question! :wink:
     
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    MystikPiglit Peace, Love and Mickey Mouse

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    I think Siobhan would like to ask-

    What is your favourite sauce?

    :D
     
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    Sauce? Ummmm...geez. That depends upon the food, eh? Bunratty Castle Rib sauce for baby back ribs comes to mind... Herself makes this wicked cherry and chipotle pepper sauce for pork tenderloin...I really like a good sausage gravy (sauce by any other name). And of course I like all the classic sauces, bechamel, bearnaise, etc...

    Other than this site, do you have a favorite (non-Disney) website?
     
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    MystikPiglit Peace, Love and Mickey Mouse

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    Mmmm....sounds delicious!

    I look at the BBC website most days.


    Are you facing a window whilst on the 'net?
     
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    I use the laptop most of the time now, so I can be anywhere. I can see out of my living room window right now, but I'm not facing it.

    Do you like to "set a table" or are you happier with folks just having the table as a surface on which to perch their plates?
     
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    If by "set a table" you mean something fancy like on TV, no, we don't do that. My dining room is currently being used as my crafting area, and the kitchen table doesn't lend itself to fancy dining. For big groups we setup folding tables in the sun room. I usually put holiday themed table cloths on them.

    Favorite "delivery" or "carry out" cuisine?????
     
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    OOOH...Sushi or Thai

    Wine....Red, White or Rose (or if you're a true heathen...NONE :shocked: )
     
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    Why I like them all, of course! :D Rose being my least favorite, but there are one or two I kind of like. :yes: (Dry is the important part, brut for champagne and sparkling).

    Do you think individual beef wellingtons, roasted asparagus, mixed green salad and a couple of French cheeses for "dessert" is too weird for a Superbowl party? :unsure:
     
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    NOT AT ALL!!!!

    Do you think if I said, "NOT AT ALL" I could wrangle an invite?
     
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    Oh no, it sounds lovely! Will you be wearing team jerseys as well :tongue:
     
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    Team Jerseys? Nah. We leave that to da' boys. :D :lol: Although I used to work with a woman who was totally into the Bills and wore everything from skin out (according to her) that was covered in Bills logo whenever they were in the Superbowl.

    Do you use linen (well, cloth) napkins or paper napkins?
     
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    Oh! Sorry Becca! Wrangle? What is this "wrangle?" :unsure: Does it require horses and calves and chaps and such? :bugeye:
     
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    I use paper. They clean better. Of course if I were ever to set the table, I would use linen.

    Do you like to burn scented candles?
     
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    Not so much.

    How long does it take you to get ready for work in the morning, from the time your alarm goes off, until you are driving out of the driveway (or have left the house, regardless of how you get to work)?
     
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    Depends...typical day..no frills...work only..30 minutes (I do makeup in the car).

    Do you natural wood or painted wood?
     
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    Usually about 1/2 hour. I tend to hit the snooze button far too often and end up running late :nono: I have also started bathing in the evening so I have less to do in the morning. I do a quick ahem..can't really say that word....bath in the am :yes:

    What is your favorite colloquial saying?
     
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    Does it surprise you at all to find out that I do the EXACT same thing? :tongue:
     
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    Horses and calves are optional. Chaps, yes...flannel ones work best :wink:

    But you have the idea :D It means "procure" :D


    We have a community service project at our school called "The SOUPER Bowl" if you bring a can of soup for the food bank you can skip the uniform and wear jeans and your fave team jersey to school on the Friday before the Super Bowl. Great fun!
     

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