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  • #16
    Originally posted by MorganGirl View Post
    I also got the look as I ate it on horseback, in all my show clothes, waiting for my next class (I should post a pic, its quite funny!)
    I'd love to see that. You're so lucky to have ponoehs! My parents bred Arabians when I was little
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
      I'd love to see that. You're so lucky to have ponoehs! My parents bred Arabians when I was little
      I do count my blessings every day to have a poneh in my life...waited 37 years to get one! Here we are with my special request lunch in the saddle
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      • #18
        Dining stresses me out. For some reason I can't speak in a language that servers understand so I steer my fellow diners toward salad bars, self-serve brunches, Indian buffets whenever possible. Typical restaurant menus always look so malformed to me-- double/triple starches and hazy descriptions of dressings, "garden medleys" etc. So much better to inspect before I choose, especially if I'm paying $20 for the privilege.
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        • #19
          Originally posted by picklepete View Post
          Dining stresses me out. For some reason I can't speak in a language that servers understand so I steer my fellow diners toward salad bars, self-serve brunches, Indian buffets whenever possible. Typical restaurant menus always look so malformed to me-- double/triple starches and hazy descriptions of dressings, "garden medleys" etc. So much better to inspect before I choose, especially if I'm paying $20 for the privilege.
          Eating at buffets gives me a sad. I can't tell what's in the food, so often the variety of food I dare try is poor.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by eKatherine View Post
            Eating at buffets gives me a sad. I can't tell what's in the food, so often the variety of food I dare try is poor.
            The majority is dubious for sure but I find the direct sensory experience more accurate than the menu description.
            37//6'3"/185

            My peculiar nutrition glossary and shopping list

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