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  • Originally posted by JoanieL View Post
    Decisions, decisions. Salmon or white sugar… Salmon or white sugar… One swims in the wild, smells divine when I cook it, and makes me feel like I’ve nourished myself in a most delicious way when I eat it. The other is processed in a factory – that’s all the comparison I need. I’ll have the salmon, please. In fact, I did have some yesterday. So rich and delicious that I forgot to use the lemon wedges I’d cut up to squirt on it.

    Oranges or OJ… Hmm… those are both a bit sweet for my tastes, so a fairer comparison might be grapefruit or grapefruit juice. As I peel the ripe, plump fruit, the scent of the oils permeates the air and so it smells like summer, even though it’s the dead of winter. I like to play a little, and can almost always peel a grapefruit in one continuous spiral. The sections await my gentle bite to squirt their fresh, soury delicious goodness into my mouth. Sometimes the juice runs a little down my chin. If a cuticle isn’t perfect, sometimes I’ll feel the bite of the citrus. Filling a glass from a bottle that has sat on a shelf long enough that the product needs to be shaken is a ghost of that. I suppose I could juice my own, but that’s a lot of labor for so much less reward. I’ll take the fruit.

    Two days with no a/c!

    Cops ID mom of girl found in cooler 22 years ago

    New salmonella outbreak in chicken resists antibiotics - Gaaahhhh!



    Best Headline ever: Poll: Voters prefer hemorrhoids over Congress



    Monday’s food: Coffee w/coconut oil. Dark chocolate. More salmon than a dainty womanfolk like me should eat.
    Salmon doesn't make my pancreas hurt........ or turn me into a diabetic........

    Voter prefer 'rrhoids... no doubt.... Having 'rrhoids, I prefer them to Congress.... I can take mag citrate to soften my poo.... I can't think of anything I can take to soften the long-term impact Congress has...

    Yes, I have 'rrhoids... no I'm not a perfect a$$... just an ordinary one

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    • Salmons a winner for me as well, don't eat that much fruit, but give me a juicy pink grapefruit any day...

      On the rhoids story the last paragraph made me chuckle;
      Some bold-faced names making headlines should take note, however. The poll says voters prefer Congress over Miley Cyrus, Lindsay Lohan, Vladimir Putin and Anthony Weiner.
      Haven't heard of Anthony Weiner, but he must be right popular....
      Last edited by Dhansakdave; 10-09-2013, 01:47 AM.

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      • Originally posted by Dhansakdave View Post
        Haven't heard of Anthony Weiner, but he must be right popular....
        Popular among the women he's texted pictures of his genitals to.

        This man was a politician. Need I say more?

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        • Originally posted by ssn679doc View Post
          pancrease pain? From secreting all the insulin needed to deal with the sugar from the punkin spice latte?

          just cuz you drag your knuckles dosen't mean you aren't walking upright.... you just have Lurch arms....

          b.o? Butt odor?
          LOL - it went right over my head. I must be getting shorter.

          Lurch! I wanted to grow up to be just like Morticia. I've got the long dark hair (sometimes I even dye it black) and the black clothes. Sadly, I've never found my one true Gomez.

          I wouldn't know on the butt odor because I'm not that flexible!

          Originally posted by ssn679doc View Post
          Salmon doesn't make my pancreas hurt........ or turn me into a diabetic........

          Voter prefer 'rrhoids... no doubt.... Having 'rrhoids, I prefer them to Congress.... I can take mag citrate to soften my poo.... I can't think of anything I can take to soften the long-term impact Congress has...

          Yes, I have 'rrhoids... no I'm not a perfect a$$... just an ordinary one
          Preparation H if applied in tons might soften the impact (haha) of Congress.

          You're not an asshole - you're our Doc.

          Originally posted by Dhansakdave View Post
          Salmons a winner for me as well, don't eat that much fruit, but give me a juicy pink grapefruit any day...

          On the rhoids story the last paragraph made me chuckle;


          Haven't heard of Anthony Weiner, but he must be right popular....
          About as popular as Miley Cyrus, this year's American popstar who is going to play out her nervous breakdown in the press.

          Originally posted by Goldie View Post
          Popular among the women he's texted pictures of his genitals to.

          This man was a politician. Need I say more?
          It just cracks me up that a politician, whose entire identity is based on public perception, would send pictures of his weiner, when his name is Weiner.
          "Right is right, even if no one is doing it; wrong is wrong, even if everyone is doing it." - St. Augustine

          B*tch-lite

          Who says back fat is a bad thing? Maybe on a hairy guy at the beach, but not on a crab.

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          • Originally posted by JoanieL View Post
            It just cracks me up that a politician, whose entire identity is based on public perception, would send pictures of his weiner, when his name is Weiner.
            *The* best ever example of nominative determinism at work.
            I like badgers, books and booze, more or less in that order.

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            • Originally posted by JoanieL View Post

              It just cracks me up that a politician, whose entire identity is based on public perception, would send pictures of his weiner, when his name is Weiner.
              Ditto!
              Breathe. Move forward.

              I just eat what I want...

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              • Oh and by the by Joanie when you're bad you're very good.
                Breathe. Move forward.

                I just eat what I want...

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                • Originally posted by badgergirl View Post
                  *The* best ever example of nominative determinism at work.
                  Cool concept. It might explain my occasional martyr complex.

                  Originally posted by excursivey View Post
                  Oh and by the by Joanie when you're bad you're very good.
                  Aw, thank you! *hug*
                  "Right is right, even if no one is doing it; wrong is wrong, even if everyone is doing it." - St. Augustine

                  B*tch-lite

                  Who says back fat is a bad thing? Maybe on a hairy guy at the beach, but not on a crab.

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                  • October 9, 2013 (Wednesday)

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                    Last edited by JoanieL; 02-22-2014, 02:28 PM.
                    "Right is right, even if no one is doing it; wrong is wrong, even if everyone is doing it." - St. Augustine

                    B*tch-lite

                    Who says back fat is a bad thing? Maybe on a hairy guy at the beach, but not on a crab.

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                    • Oh satsumas. I miss Louisiana. Mmmm.

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                      • Originally posted by JoanieL View Post
                        First of the season Satsumas. Yum. One source said green might be sour and give you a stomach ache. But these were mild to sweet on the inside, and no belly ache, even though the skins are green. Another new thing for 2013.

                        Fun:
                        http://www.hulu.com/watch/540868
                        in which Andrew Zimmern not only gets hit on by a tribal woman, but gets offered a sixteen year old wife from one of the men.

                        Butter from the farm. A religious experience. A food in and of itself. Almost a shame to “waste” it by cooking with it. If cream and love and joy had a threesome that resulted in a baby, that baby would be butter from the farm. It’s as expensive as Kerrygold butter, but I ordered some because of the toe and schlepping for groceries on it. The only downside: how will I ever go back? *whimper*

                        Much housework and kitchen cleaning today. Why is there dust? Mosquitoes and dust – why do they exist? I guess at one time, dust provided a place for dustmites to live, but now we have sofas, mattresses, and pillows for them. Couldn’t we evolve out of dust?

                        I’m just posting this here so I know where it is: Action Item #4: Exercise Primally – Move, Lift, and Sprint! | Mark's Daily Apple – I think it should be a focus for me come 2014.

                        Cleaned out the bottom shelf of my fridge. Can you guess what this is?



                        I sang, “When the Saints,” when I walked it and some of its companions to the dumpster.

                        General rule of thumb: once a thread goes beyond ten or 11 pages, put your foil beanie on before clicking to open. (Except the journals of course.)

                        Why I’ve never had penis envy. A little boy and girl were taking a bath together. They noticed the differences in their genitals. The little boy pointed at his penis and asked, “Don’t you wish you had one of these?” “No,” replied the little girl, “My mom told me that with one of these, I can have as many of those as I want.”

                        Okay, that’s not the only reason – it’s this also:



                        Have I ever mentioned that I don’t believe Elvis Presley died in 1977? He’d be or is 78 now. If he’s still alive, I so hope he tells us all before he dies. As a note, I don’t think he’s working at 7-11.

                        2 hurt when balloon hits power line in New Mexico - Health - Boston.com – I’d actually like to ride in a balloon someday. I’d have to wear Depends though since heights scare the s*** out of me. Sometimes you have to do cool things even if they scare you.

                        http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/10/sc...t-in-past.html – By 2047, Coldest Years May Be Warmer Than Hottest in Past, Scientists Say - Guess I better move back up north before I turn 92.

                        Creepy news on a lot of levels: San Francisco hospital investigating death of patient found in stairwell - latimes.com – Missing for 17 days. Gives me the willies.

                        Tuesday’s food: Coffee w/coconut oil. Hummus. A couple of Satsumas. A burger with butter.
                        I've always thought Satsuma were a town in LA (Lower Alabama).... I used to live in that county.... and never really knew it was named for a Jap orange.... I"m a moroon sometimes....

                        That looks like a moldy savoy cabbage....... mmmmm saurkraut! lol It looks like it deserves a traditional Nawlins funeral parade....

                        Coldest years warmer than hottest in the past? Who makes this crap up? And we spend tax money for this?

                        Looking for Elvis? Follow the Jelly Doughnut Trail......

                        true statement about penis envy.... males spend 9 months fighting to get out, and the rest of their lives trying to get right back in.....

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                        • Had a moments silence for our sad departed friend, at least he/she/it got a rousing send off....

                          It's about 10 degrees colder here than yesterday, so at the moment all I can think of weather wise is, good!

                          That stairwell must be well traversed....

                          Originally posted by ssn679doc View Post
                          I've always thought Satsuma were a town in LA (Lower Alabama).... I used to live in that county.... and never really knew it was named for a Jap orange.... I"m a moroon sometimes....
                          Yoom learn sumfink evry day....

                          Originally posted by ssn679doc View Post
                          true statement about penis envy.... males spend 9 months fighting to get out, and the rest of their lives trying to get right back in.....
                          Lol....

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                          • Originally posted by JoanieL View Post
                            Id actually like to ride in a balloon someday. Id have to wear Depends though since heights scare the s*** out of me.
                            I've ridden in hot air balloons a couple times. The first time, Sweetie and I paid for it and had a lovely couple hours over Park City, Utah, in the fall. It's very peaceful, and quiet except for when the pilot ignites the burner to keep the air inside the balloon hot.

                            The second time I got a "free" hot air balloon ride. We went to a local festival where they launched balloons, and helped one of the balloon crew with setting up the balloon--then I got to ride! The pilot that time was an instructor pilot, and he could somewhat-direct that balloon incredibly! Right before we landed, the pilot flew the balloon right over the festival grounds, where all the crowds were, and they went wild! I leaned out of the balloon and waved. I felt like a rock star!

                            Below is the balloon I got the free ride in. Her name is "Blowin' Away". See how she's oblong instead of round? She's a racing balloon!

                            More pics here: Antelope Island Stampede 2011 Balloons

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                            • Satsumas?
                              Breathe. Move forward.

                              I just eat what I want...

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                              • Originally posted by fatcrazylady View Post
                                Oh satsumas. I miss Louisiana. Mmmm.
                                I'm trying to love it here. I do love mild winters, hands-off govt, and oddly, though we're like the murder capital of the country, I feel relatively safe. Satsumas? Truly a wonder! Being walking distance to the river is awesome. And the Quarter is a great place to get lost and be anonymous.

                                Originally posted by ssn679doc View Post
                                I've always thought Satsuma were a town in LA (Lower Alabama).... I used to live in that county.... and never really knew it was named for a Jap orange.... I"m a moroon sometimes....

                                That looks like a moldy savoy cabbage....... mmmmm saurkraut! lol It looks like it deserves a traditional Nawlins funeral parade....

                                Coldest years warmer than hottest in the past? Who makes this crap up? And we spend tax money for this?

                                Looking for Elvis? Follow the Jelly Doughnut Trail......

                                true statement about penis envy.... males spend 9 months fighting to get out, and the rest of their lives trying to get right back in.....
                                It was the pepper back on page... I don't know, but it looked like this when I first posted it:



                                Time is less kind to produce than it is even to the human face.

                                Originally posted by Dhansakdave View Post
                                Had a moments silence for our sad departed friend, at least he/she/it got a rousing send off....

                                It's about 10 degrees colder here than yesterday, so at the moment all I can think of weather wise is, good!

                                That stairwell must be well traversed....

                                Yoom learn sumfink evry day....
                                I knew you'd remember! I'm proud to say that except for a plastic container in the very back of the fridge, all science experiments have been purged.

                                It's getting a bit warmer here again, but it's close to noon here and still no a/c necessary. I'll take it.

                                Originally posted by Goldie View Post
                                I've ridden in hot air balloons a couple times. The first time, Sweetie and I paid for it and had a lovely couple hours over Park City, Utah, in the fall. It's very peaceful, and quiet except for when the pilot ignites the burner to keep the air inside the balloon hot.

                                The second time I got a "free" hot air balloon ride. We went to a local festival where they launched balloons, and helped one of the balloon crew with setting up the balloon--then I got to ride! The pilot that time was an instructor pilot, and he could somewhat-direct that balloon incredibly! Right before we landed, the pilot flew the balloon right over the festival grounds, where all the crowds were, and they went wild! I leaned out of the balloon and waved. I felt like a rock star!

                                Below is the balloon I got the free ride in. Her name is "Blowin' Away". See how she's oblong instead of round? She's a racing balloon!

                                More pics here: Antelope Island Stampede 2011 Balloons
                                Goldie, what a great adventure and story! I love when a good pilot can enhance the adventure. Oh, and you're always a rock star to me.
                                "Right is right, even if no one is doing it; wrong is wrong, even if everyone is doing it." - St. Augustine

                                B*tch-lite

                                Who says back fat is a bad thing? Maybe on a hairy guy at the beach, but not on a crab.

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