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 Posted: Sat Jan 26th, 2008 05:49 am
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Bama46 wrote: I think Ole is tring to wangle a date from Dixie Girl..

dirty ole man, Ole
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Ed


But a good strategy I'd never thought of before, Lemon Merangue Pie, how can it fail:D

Roger

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 Posted: Sat Jan 26th, 2008 01:39 pm
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Fuller wrote: I like a good old Hershey bar too...melted and smushed between two grahm crackers and a fire roasted marshmallow.  Tastes best in the woods.

S'mores  :)  

Try using a Reece's Peanutbutter Cup in place of the Hershey Bar.

Decandent...and messy.

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Life is sweet - I'll take 5 Mr. Goodbars, an original since 1925.  Will take in lieu of cash, which is as good as money.

Roses are red.

Violets are blue.

That's a good bar, Mister.

Let's eat!

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1. Snickers (even with diabetes)
2. Payday
3. Zero
4. Zagnut (when they're fresh, they are wonderful...when they're stale they suck big time!)
5. Gummi anything.

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Quick question, have Snickers always been called Snickers in the USA? They were called Marathon here and then they changed the name to Snickers. :?

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I think Ole is tring to wangle a date from Dixie Girl..

dirty ole man, Ole
LOL
Ed

Is true, Ed. I am a dirty ol' man. However, I have underwear older than the subject chile. And my youngest granddaughter is older than she is. I have become quite fond of young people who share my interest, so long as they belong to someone else. And I don't have to feed them. Or do more than chat occasionally.

ole:cool:



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How could I have forgotten a Payday?! Please add Payday to my list.

Cut off at five? Not possible. Five is a glimpse. Unfair!

ole



 Posted: Sat Jan 26th, 2008 05:01 pm
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It's true.  I've winked at ole, and for what?...nothin.  Not even a slice of pie was offered.

In ole terms, "That's doodoo"

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 Posted: Sat Jan 26th, 2008 05:57 pm
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I've been doing some research into the subject, yes I am that sad, the UK & Ireland called them Marathons but we had to change to be the same as everybody else, once upon a time it was the other way round.



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And did you know where the name Snickers came from?  The Mars family's favorite horse according to the Mars website.  It was  first introduced in 1930.



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I read that too. Actually there was a bit of a furore here when it was announced the name would be changed.



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If you have grandaughters, you are a lucky man. I have 3 sons, 7 nephews, and 2 grandsons...not a girl in the bunch.

Dear one has a niece with 1 son (and 3 daughters). And another niece with one son. Everyone else is of the female persuasion. Oh well, I suppose girls are ok.

And if you ever tell my daughter I said that, #%$#

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"3. white chocolate bread pudding (especially the one that I make with rum or whiskey sauce)"

Oh My, Doc!  Would you consider sharing your recipe?  I'd be forever grateful!

"I have become quite fond of young people who share my interest, so long as .... I don't have to feed them."

Now wait just a minute, Ole - I thought you were just offering to feed Dixie Girl!  Are you, like, one of those men-of-many-contradictions?

"But a good strategy I'd never thought of before, Lemon Merangue Pie, how can it fail:D"

Oh, Geez, so now I have start telling Young Miss, "Beware of strangers with candy and lemon merangue pie"???? 

"she would be spoiled beyond rotten before age 2."

Ah, now that's the spirit!  Although around here, we use the word, "Indulged"....

Well, I suppose I should get around to reading the "Fortifications" thread now.  It's less fattening...

 



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"but we had to change to be the same as everybody else, once upon a time it was the other way round."

=+++  =+++ )(90 =+++ )(90  =+++ =+++!!!!!



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:shock: That wasn't supposed to be funny!!

 

Well yes it was, only teasing.:D

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JR

Be glad to share the recipe. Will post on a new thread in order to prevent the wrath of our esteemed Doc J. Look for it later today.

Doc C



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