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  • kq1981kq1981 Posts: 1,050Member Member Posts: 1,050Member Member
    kq1981 wrote: »
    kq1981 wrote: »
    I'm actually thinking about biscuits and gravy. What are they and are they good?


    Sorry didn’t even respond..

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    Biscuits, topped with pork sausage in white gravy sauce

    Looks like my kind of food. While I'm at it, I'll give waffles a go for breakfast too.

    You’re blowing my mind! no waffles either? Sometimes I like peanut butter, banana and syrup on mine. I also rarely eat waffles, however they are good !

    Have you had cinnamon sugar toast? 🤭

    I've had French roast with cinnamon and sugar? Does that count?
  • tinkerhellraisertinkerhellraiser Posts: 3,913Member Member Posts: 3,913Member Member
    staring at my coffee afraid to drink it
  • _Miss_Chievous_Miss_Chievous Posts: 511Member Member Posts: 511Member Member
    witches are cool 🧙‍♂️

    My ex bf called me a witch
  • kq1981kq1981 Posts: 1,050Member Member Posts: 1,050Member Member
    kq1981 wrote: »
    kq1981 wrote: »
    I'm actually thinking about biscuits and gravy. What are they and are they good?


    Sorry didn’t even respond..

    1g6sk6vshjqy.jpeg

    Biscuits, topped with pork sausage in white gravy sauce

    Southern breakfast 😌😍

    So it's a breakfast food? I'll try the waffles for lunch 😊

    I eat breakfast for lunch and dinner 😂 I just don't eat it for breakfast!

    Lol cereal is a staple dinner food for sure
  • Reckoner68Reckoner68 Posts: 873Member Member Posts: 873Member Member
    staring at my coffee afraid to drink it

    ...what's inside it that has you questioning it?

    Before you answer, my guess is "a tentacle"
  • tinkerhellraisertinkerhellraiser Posts: 3,913Member Member Posts: 3,913Member Member
    Reckoner68 wrote: »
    staring at my coffee afraid to drink it

    ...what's inside it that has you questioning it?

    Before you answer, my guess is "a tentacle"

    i figure it’s the fury of the gods but now also afraid a tentacle
  • cee134cee134 Posts: 32,816Member Member Posts: 32,816Member Member
    It's harder then you think to get a selfie with a cat tail mustache sometimes.
  • TheChristianSimoneTheChristianSimone Posts: 144Member Member Posts: 144Member Member
    mtndewme wrote: »
    Starting a family has really been on my mind for a few years now and I kind of feel panicked. Nothing is in order still and I'm 30. The biological clock is so loud. I really wanted to be a wife and a mother but life didn't turn out that way. I guess I still have time but time seems to move so...

    @mtndewme your still young at 30 and depending on the type of relationship you seeking you can have that dream.

    For me being deeper in my 30’s and having a certain type of relationship desired timing is everything. Make sure you are crystal clear on your desires.
  • Reckoner68Reckoner68 Posts: 873Member Member Posts: 873Member Member
    Reckoner68 wrote: »
    staring at my coffee afraid to drink it

    ...what's inside it that has you questioning it?

    Before you answer, my guess is "a tentacle"

    i figure it’s the fury of the gods but now also afraid a tentacle

    "The Fury of the Tentacle Gods" sounds like the title of a prog-metal album
  • Reckoner68Reckoner68 Posts: 873Member Member Posts: 873Member Member
    witches are cool 🧙‍♂️

    My ex bf called me a witch

    I've tried writing some stories about/involving witches, not all of them come out good. But I keep trying. Because you miss 100% of the shots you don't take! I think Abraham Lincoln said that.
  • r3d_butt3rfly_r3d_butt3rfly_ Posts: 759Member Member Posts: 759Member Member
    cee134 wrote: »
    It's harder then you think to get a selfie with a cat tail mustache sometimes.

    If I wasn't severely allergic to my cat, I'd go and take on this challenge but I don't feel like suffering today.
  • George_of_the_JungleGeorge_of_the_Jungle Posts: 2,541Member Member Posts: 2,541Member Member
    It's been 3-4 years since I ran a smoker and I just bought a new one. I'm stoked, but disappointed I won't have it before the weekend.
  • Vikka_VVikka_V Posts: 8,042Member Member Posts: 8,042Member Member
    Starbucks has a "happy hour" today!!
    This is exactly what I needed to hear as I head into the third hour of a ~12.5 hour work day!
  • your_future_ex_wifeyour_future_ex_wife Posts: 3,675Member Member Posts: 3,675Member Member
    @vikka_v

    all of the following sentences are correct. I’m sorry I’m having trouble explaining. I sometimes think I do language by feel. One thing about parentheses I find interesting is that they are rarely necessary. Anything you want to say with them can be said without them.

    This is a long (exciting!) day.

    (This is a long, exciting day!)

    This day is long (and exciting)!

    Unfortunately quotation marks still give me fits. I look it up anytime I’m writing formally. For emphasis I usually use bold or CAPS.

    Thank you for letting me talk about something that interests me. 😁

  • Reckoner68Reckoner68 Posts: 873Member Member Posts: 873Member Member
    @vikka_v

    all of the following sentences are correct. I’m sorry I’m having trouble explaining. I sometimes think I do language by feel. One thing about parentheses I find interesting is that they are rarely necessary. Anything you want to say with them can be said without them.

    This is a long (exciting!) day.

    (This is a long, exciting day!)

    This day is long (and exciting)!

    Unfortunately quotation marks still give me fits. I look it up anytime I’m writing formally. For emphasis I usually use bold or CAPS.

    Thank you for letting me talk about something that interests me. 😁

    I use interrobangs to make everybody uncomfortable

    They work, right?!?!?
  • Vikka_VVikka_V Posts: 8,042Member Member Posts: 8,042Member Member
    @vikka_v

    all of the following sentences are correct. I’m sorry I’m having trouble explaining. I sometimes think I do language by feel. One thing about parentheses I find interesting is that they are rarely necessary. Anything you want to say with them can be said without them.

    This is a long (exciting!) day.

    (This is a long, exciting day!)

    This day is long (and exciting)!

    Unfortunately quotation marks still give me fits. I look it up anytime I’m writing formally. For emphasis I usually use bold or CAPS.

    Thank you for letting me talk about something that interests me. 😁

    Thank-you for explaining...I get "stuck" on things sometimes and need to know, even if I then just do whatever I want!
  • your_future_ex_wifeyour_future_ex_wife Posts: 3,675Member Member Posts: 3,675Member Member
    Reckoner68 wrote: »
    @vikka_v

    all of the following sentences are correct. I’m sorry I’m having trouble explaining. I sometimes think I do language by feel. One thing about parentheses I find interesting is that they are rarely necessary. Anything you want to say with them can be said without them.

    This is a long (exciting!) day.

    (This is a long, exciting day!)

    This day is long (and exciting)!

    Unfortunately quotation marks still give me fits. I look it up anytime I’m writing formally. For emphasis I usually use bold or CAPS.

    Thank you for letting me talk about something that interests me. 😁

    I use interrobangs to make everybody uncomfortable

    They work, right?!?!?

    That’s another thing.

    When I was in grammar school I was taught that an exclamatory question gets an exclamation point and the reader must infer from the context that the sentence is a question. It just doesn’t feel right to me, though.

    So yes, interrobangs - which I totally just had to google.
    edited September 12
  • your_future_ex_wifeyour_future_ex_wife Posts: 3,675Member Member Posts: 3,675Member Member
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    @vikka_v

    all of the following sentences are correct. I’m sorry I’m having trouble explaining. I sometimes think I do language by feel. One thing about parentheses I find interesting is that they are rarely necessary. Anything you want to say with them can be said without them.

    This is a long (exciting!) day.

    (This is a long, exciting day!)

    This day is long (and exciting)!

    Unfortunately quotation marks still give me fits. I look it up anytime I’m writing formally. For emphasis I usually use bold or CAPS.

    Thank you for letting me talk about something that interests me. 😁

    Thank-you for explaining...I get "stuck" on things sometimes and need to know, even if I then just do whatever I want!

    Understanding the rules and breaking them intentionally is 🤗❤️
  • IslandGal3IslandGal3 Posts: 1,236Member Member Posts: 1,236Member Member
    I need to find a really cool witch costume for our annual witches on the river event.
  • 777Gemma888777Gemma888 Posts: 8,368Member Member Posts: 8,368Member Member
    IslandGal3 wrote: »
    I need to find a really cool witch costume for our annual witches on the river event.

    Nice! When I think witch, I conjure images of Morgaine le fay or Maleficent . Only, it would be difficult to stand on a paddleboard and actually paddle with their costumes down a river.

    Have fun picking out your costume.

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