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Posted on Aug 29, 2006 at 10:10 PM

Ok gang, I am finding the blogs are getting more and more intense and basically just making my head hurt. Now Sarahs blog that went on forever was fun and light and kept moving. Lately there has been so much doom and gloom and it's all been so serious. So let's have some fun, share a silly story, or your most embarassing moment, or tell us about the stupid stuff you do when you're drunk (I have LOADS of these stories!!). Let's lighten up!!

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Posted on Oct 17, 2006 at 12:25 PM

okay now this is what I'm looking for a blog with a string of comments over 20 long, come on gang, we can do it!! hahha... Anyone have any happy funny comments to share??

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Posted on Sep 25, 2006 at 09:04 PM

He's Aussie RAAF, 29, joined a few years ago. I recently found out we can send free care packages to Aussie Military personnel who are deployed so I plan to inundate him with packages!! You know, he was really a step outside the line person for me. When we first met I thought he wasn't really my type, it was certainly no love at first sight thing. And then I started to think of the little things he had done for me and realised there was definately something there. Now I just think he's amazing and love everything about him.

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Posted on Sep 25, 2006 at 05:13 AM

Yeah thoes deployments leave them with a lot of free time on their hands and plenty of guys use that time in the gym. not to mention I've heard more than once that the food is far from great and some days you would just rather skip eating all together than have ship food. My firends and I sent our guys plenty of care packages filled with their favorite cans of soups of whatever else was easy to mail and still slightly tastey. So is this an american military boy? what else will you share with us about him-- like how old is he, how long has he been in the service, which branch?? just curious. making conversation ya know ;)

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Posted on Sep 24, 2006 at 08:52 PM

Mate, dieting is only ever as hard as you make it. I LOVE dark chocolate mint sticks so I have them once in a blue moon so they remain a treat. A piece of pavlova is strictly Xmas only now (followed by a sleep but oh well). There are great foods full of flavour that make good replacements. Yoghurt or fruit juice based sorbets instead of icecream, strawberries and cream, fresh fruit. Know how to cook your veg so the flavour stays in (steam or stir fry, don't boil the crap out of them). There are also really nice Weight Watchers alternatives now too. Hey, my guy is being deployed soon and is threatening to come home fitter than he already is (what's fitter than the Energiser Bunny??) so that is enough for me to get my lazy butt into shape!!

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Posted on Sep 21, 2006 at 10:10 AM

okay you know how you reply to one of these and it moves back to the top of the list?? Well I replied to some old ones on the 16th and I don't think any of them moved back up to the top of the list. that is freakin weird, and lame.

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Posted on Sep 16, 2006 at 06:50 AM

I got some fun forwards this week I'd love to share here: The Female Poem I want a man who's handsome and strong A man who will listen carefully and long. One who thinks before he speaks One who will call and won't wait for weeks. I want a man who is gainfully employed And when I spend his money, won't be annoyed. A man who holds my arm as he opens the door And massages my neck as he asks to do more. I guess what I want is a man who loves to the end A man who will always be my very best friend. The Male Poem I want a deaf-mute nymphomaniac with huge bo obs who owns a liquor store, a bowling alley, a big fishing boat, and a golf course. I know that doesn't rhyme, but I don't give a crap. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ WORDS WOMEN USE FINE This is the word women use to end an argument when they are right and you need to shut up. FIVE MINUTES If she is getting dressed, this is half an hour. Five minutes is only five minutes if you have just been given 5 more minutes to watch the game before helping around the house. NOTHING this is the calm before the storm. This means "something," and you should be on your toes. Arguments that begin with 'Nothing' usually end in "Fine" GO AHEAD This is a dare, not permission. Don't do it. LOUD SIGH This is not actually a word, but is a nonverbal statement often misunderstood by men. A "Loud Sigh" means she thinks you are an idiot and wonders why she is wasting her time standing here and arguing with you over "Nothing" THAT'S OKAY This is one of the most dangerous statements that a woman can make to a man. "That's Okay" means that she wants to think long and hard before deciding how and when you will pay for your mistake. THANKS A woman is thanking you. Do not question it or faint. Just say you're welcome. Oh, and before we forget "Whatever" ...it's a woman's way of saying *!#@ YOU!

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Posted on Sep 14, 2006 at 08:05 PM

Gosh Betsy...I'm on the diet and shrimp sound so good. I dont think I'm going to finish that diet schedule again. Well as they say keep on trying. Anyway, I would 100% agree on an Australian restaurant, since I've tried all kinds of food here in Seattle. I would say it'll be a knockout...no competition ...ok there goes the diet again.

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Posted on Sep 14, 2006 at 03:51 AM

I don't know if they have the 'International' breakfast place where they serve PANCAKES near you, but they just started a new line of what they call breakfast food. When I saw the commercial, I looked at my daughter and said, "That's not breakfast! That's DESSERT!" I know what you mean. I've not been specifically told to follow any low carb diet, but when I eat there (no matter what I order, with the exception of eggs), it's a "Nap on a plate". But YUMMMMM! Strawberries on a stack of pancakes (that I didn't have to cook), with a pat of butter on top? A little whipped cream.. Yeah. Now here's a happy blog posting! :-)

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Posted on Sep 13, 2006 at 08:46 PM

Holy cow, that does look awesome!!! yeah, I could totally be talked into a slice or ten of that! So I have wanted someone to tell my story to about trying to be good with this less sugar diet. There is this whole balance thing that is just impossible for me to get. anyhow so I'm trying to be good and not eat too many carbs though I have to admit, I love things like potatoes. We were out at a restaurant eating (which is a miracle in it's self) and I'm torn between wanting the garlic mash potatoes and thinking no that's just a big heap of carbs that will turn into sugar that will mess me all up a few hours from now. So I catch my waitress and change my order to veggies (good for me). Then I look back down at my place where my giant frozen peach fuzzy alcoholic drink is waiting for me and realize I'm looking at a giant pink glass of sugar. This is ridiculous!! How do you people out there with diabetes do this?? Okay just had to get that out there. The only other person I can talk to about all this is my grandmother who doesn't even drink champagne none the less enjoy a pink peachy fuzzy cocktail. Okay enough of that. I just have to share I got an awesome compliment today in an e-mail. A guy said he likes it when I ramble. That was just the biggest compliment I have ever gotten since most people eventually just tell me to be quiet ;)

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Posted on Sep 10, 2006 at 07:36 PM

I can see it now... Aussie_Chic in an apron putting a few "Shrimp on the barby" for us! OMG! Do a Wikipedia search on Pavlova (food)!!!! (Aussie-Chic is holding out on us! Look at the picture there!!!) I feel a trip to Aussieland coming on!!!!! THAT is absolutely irresistable!!!!!

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Posted on Sep 07, 2006 at 08:50 PM

Ha ha ha, I have to agree with you on that parental response betsyross. Okay Aussie, I'm intrigued fully now. wonder if they have any Australian restaurants over here. and no gang I don't mean outback steak house. I guess you don't really get a whole lot of call for Australian cuisine... you know there are tons of Italian, Mexican, French, Indian, Moroccan, etc... places but none that boast Australian. i think I've hit on something here. Screw it Aussie, just pull up your steaks and come over here and open up an australian restaurant. Sounds like a good idea too me. We could raise kangaroos out in the back yard... you know, out back, hahhaha, I crack myself up!

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Posted on Sep 06, 2006 at 06:59 PM

Pav is Pavlova, a merinque desert we have here in Oz and Damper is camp bread usually cooked on coals.

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Posted on Sep 06, 2006 at 04:51 PM

Aussie_Chic, Can we have that in American English? "Damper"? "pav"? Que? ;-) Butterfly, My mom had ZERO sense of humor. I'd still have my butt kicked. lol

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Posted on Sep 06, 2006 at 07:20 AM

okay so I know this cruel of me Aussie (oh should I call you Mickey knicker Mel now?) but I just have to ask, what is pav and Damper?

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Posted on Sep 05, 2006 at 09:54 PM

Brilliant! Why didn't I thought of this when I was in HIghschool. Dear Dad: A FATHER PASSING BY HIS SON'S BEDROOM WAS ASTONISHED TO SEE THE BED WAS NICELY MADE AND EVERYTHING WAS PICKED UP. THEN HE SAW AN ENVELOPE PROPPED UP PROMINENTLY ON THE CENTER OF THE BED. IT WAS ADDRESSED, "DAD" WITH THE WORST PREMONITION, HE OPENED THE ENVELOPE AND READ THE LETTER WITH TREMBLING HANDS: DEAR DAD, IT IS WITH GREAT REGRET AND SORROW THAT I'M WRITING THIS. I HAD TO ELOPE WITH MY NEW GIRLFRIEND BECAUSE I WANTED TO AVOID A SCENE WITH MOM AND YOU. I'VE BEEN FINDING REAL PASSION WITH BARBARA AND SHE IS SO NICE EVEN WITH ALL HER PIERCING, TATTOOS, AND HER TIGHT MOTORCYCLE CLOTHES. BUT IT'S NOT ONLY THE PASSION, DAD - SHE'S PREGNANT AND BARBARA ASSURES ME THAT WE WILL BE VERY HAPPY. EVEN THOUGH YOU DON'T CARE FOR HER SINCE SHE IS SO MUCH OLDER THAN I AM, SHE ALREADY OWNS A TRAILER IN THE WOODS AND HAS A STACK OF FIREWOOD ENOUGH FOR THE WHOLE WINTER. SHE WANTS TO HAVE MANY MORE CHILDREN WITH ME AND THAT'S NOW ONE OF MY DREAMS TOO. BARBARA TAUGHT ME THAT MARIJUANA DOESN'T REALLY HURT ANYONE AND WE'LL BE GROWING IT FOR OURSELVES AND TRADING IT WITH HER FRIENDS FOR ALL THE COCAINE AND ECSTASY WE NEED. IN THE MEANTIME, WE PRAY THAT SCIENCE WILL FIND A CURE FOR AIDS SO THAT BARBARA CAN GET BETTER; SHE SURE DESERVES IT!! DON'T WORRY, DAD, I'M 15 YEARS OLD NOW AND I KNOW HOW TO TAKE CARE OF MYSELF. SOMEDAY I'M SURE WE'LL BE BACK TO VISIT SO YOU CAN GET TO KNOW YOUR GRANDCHILDREN. YOUR SON, JOHN P. S. DAD, NONE OF THIS IS TRUE. I'M OVER AT BILLY'S HOUSE. I JUST WANTED TO REMIND YOU THAT THERE ARE WORSE THINGS IN LIFE THAN MY REPORT CARD WHICH IS IN MY DESK CENTER DRAWER. I LOVE YOU! PS: CALL WHEN IT'S SAFE FOR ME TO COME HOME

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Posted on Sep 05, 2006 at 09:19 PM

Aaaarggggggghhhhhhh no food talk!!! This poor little Aussie Chic is stuck eating diet food :(. My diabetes is out of control so I am restricted big tim now!! I can still have Damper (which I love), pav is well and truly out the window (that literally broke my heart). I am yet to figure out what to do about Xmas if I can't have pav. Oh the horror!!

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Posted on Sep 05, 2006 at 08:14 PM

Oh I so have to tell you about this new little wrinkle in the saga that is my life!! apparently I have some seriously low blood sugar so I'm suppose to snack all day long you know and everyone says keep something like a candy bar handy, or even just a cereal bar. now sadly there is nothing small about my size but I really don't like eating sweets all that much save it once every blue moon then I have like a chocolate day and I'm good for another few months. And now that the nutritionist actually told me to eat that kind of stuff, well you'd have to like hold me down to eat it. Oh and they told me to not drink so much fruit juices because "it is like putting paper on fire" and that is like all I want to do now is drink juice. I swear the reverse psychology thing totally works on me.

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Posted on Sep 04, 2006 at 09:46 AM

So, what's your favorite Scooby-snack? Tootsie Rolls, here!

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Posted on Sep 03, 2006 at 10:30 PM

Yes well to me shag was always carpet when I was a kid. there was a moment or two of confusion there when I learned hip retro sex slang. and now, well shag would automatically make me think of shaggy and all the latest scooby doo movies which my kids love and I just kind of freak out about because It trips me out to see freddy prince jr trying to pull off blonde hair 70's style.

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