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Snacking while eGulleting...(Part 1)


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Well, I was just really excited to find the following in the house:

a couple scrapes of Chavrie

some nonfat cottage cheese :shock:

and some baked Lays :shock::shock:

After about 5 Bells Oberon, this oughta do me just fine.

Noise is music. All else is food.

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Small pieces of various brittles, toffes, and nut clusters, five or six wasabi peas, one chocolate covered coffee bean.

Uh, are you on some sort of food plan, girl?? :huh: Just one chocolate-covered coffee bean??!? I'd never be able to eat just one . . .

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No, it's just extra stuff from the food show.  Totally random.  I thought it would just be chocolate, or some kind of crisp.  I can not have caffeine this late.

Ah, now I get it (and I have the same issues with caffeine)!

Currently eating a large handful of still-warm-from-the-sun olallieberries, a very small portion of the day's berry picking bounty (@ 18 pounds). :smile:

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Ah, the life of a career paralegal.

I can *never* leave work when I want to.... :sad:

On the other hand, the pay is good. So maybe I shouldn't complain. :hmmm:

Right now, a banana and seltzer water. I'm still in the office, btw.

Soba

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You're eating WHAT?  I understand the first grouping of words, and then berries.

You funny, girl! :laugh:

An olallieberry is a cross between a loganberry and a youngberry (a blackberry hybrid); I believe it's grown almost exclusively here on the West Coast. We go to a u-pick place every year and stock up.

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a ryokucha green tea and a miso-soup. i find this combo super-refreshing even in hot weather.

Xanthippe: your signature messages and commentary are hysterical! more please...

:biggrin:

gus

"The cure for anything is salt water: sweat, tears, or the ocean."

--Isak Dinesen

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a ryokucha green tea and a miso-soup. i find this combo super-refreshing even in hot weather.

Xanthippe: your signature messages and commentary are hysterical! more please...

:biggrin:

gus

Thanks, gus! As you've probably surmised, I'm a huge MST3K fan. Amongst the treasure in our video archives are:

"The Attack of the Giant Leeches"

"Hercules"

"Santa Claus Conquers the Martians"

"The Attack of the the (yes, "the" appears twice!) Eye Creatures"

"Side Hackers"

"Mitchell"

. . . and the worst movie ever made, "Manos, the Hands of Fate"

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no milk in the house so therefore no coffee :angry:

I am instead enjoying iced passion fruit papaya tea, some very good stuff from The Republic of Tea.

Kristin Wagner, aka "torakris"

 

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pogophiles, as someone who grew up reading his mother's fairly complete archive of Pogo books, I have to ask you... haven't you ever wanted to try chicken foot perloo?

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