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PostPosted: Sun Aug 17, 2014 2:55 pm 
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Here you go TT. Here's a pic of my nephew where he doesn't look pissy. He just had a bottle, so he could possibly be farting. :mrgreen:

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we are three decent meals away from anarchy[/quote]
I only skipped lunch today and I'm already starting to get a little grouchy. :twisted:[/quote]

You're free to come here for supper. I'm about to start cooking chicken. :wink:[/quote]
Thank you for the invite. Ironically, I'm sitting here watching a food show on the travel channel and that had a spot on this spicy hot chicken place in Nashville. Looks good! I like spicy.


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 17, 2014 7:22 pm 
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Prince's chicken or Hattie B's? Nashville Hot-Chicken lunch-day anyone?

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Grimpoteuthis wrote:
Prince's chicken or Hattie B's? Nashville Hot-Chicken lunch-day anyone?

I don't recall but an African-American couple ran the place and the big secret was that they split the chickens before they cooked them (to better absorb the spices).


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Here you go TT. Here's a pic of my nephew where he doesn't look pissy.

Thats super. :)

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 18, 2014 3:21 am 
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Grimpoteuthis wrote:
Prince's chicken or Hattie B's? Nashville Hot-Chicken lunch-day anyone?


Next time I'm in Nashville.


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 18, 2014 11:51 am 
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 18, 2014 2:59 pm 
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Grimpoteuthis wrote:
Prince's chicken or Hattie B's? Nashville Hot-Chicken lunch-day anyone?

It was Prince's. www.travelchannel.com/video/princes-hot-chicken-shack


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It would have been my 16th wedding anniversary today, if not for the divorce. Fucked up thing is, I'm not really sad over it. I'm better off without her.

I feel more sadness for Plook right now. He actually lost his soul mate. :cry:


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Is it true what my dad said, "a man can only remember his wedding day when he's divorced"?

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Is it true what my dad said, "a man can only remember his wedding day when he's divorced"?



Sweet mother of god Bonny so young yet so cynical... :smoke:


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I remembered every anniversary, and tried to make them special. I failed because I refused to buy into the commercialism of Valentine's Day. I told her that was what our anniversary was for, and I refused to make people rich for a stupid holiday that was designed specifically for that reason. She didn't see it the same. :wink:


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I remembered every anniversary, and tried to make them special. I failed because I refused to buy into the commercialism of Valentine's Day. I told her that was what our anniversary was for, and I refused to make people rich for a stupid holiday that was designed specifically for that reason. She didn't see it the same. :wink:



How can you not like a day commeriated with a symbol that simulates a woman’s ass... :idea: ... :mrgreen:


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 22, 2014 5:30 pm 
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Philostopher wrote:
It would have been my 16th wedding anniversary today, if not for the divorce. Fucked up thing is, I'm not really sad over it. I'm better off without her.

I feel more sadness for Plook right now. He actually lost his soul mate. :cry:

It would have been my 19th on Tuesday (I've been divorced almost 9 yrs.). It's probably been just in the last year that the waters have stilled from the negative ramifications of it. My ex is getting married next weekend and I wish her nothing but the best. She's a good person and a good mother but we just had a real hard time getting along. It's real easy to blame the other person but I have to look at myself and acknowledge my failings as well. I think we're both better and smarter people now and I like to think that things have come to a happy ending (even though the story isn't over) for us and our kids.


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KUIII wrote:
Philostopher wrote:
It would have been my 16th wedding anniversary today, if not for the divorce. Fucked up thing is, I'm not really sad over it. I'm better off without her.

I feel more sadness for Plook right now. He actually lost his soul mate. :cry:

It would have been my 19th on Tuesday (I've been divorced almost 9 yrs.). It's probably been just in the last year that the waters have stilled from the negative ramifications of it. My ex is getting married next weekend and I wish her nothing but the best. She's a good person and a good mother but we just had a real hard time getting along. It's real easy to blame the other person but I have to look at myself and acknowledge my failings as well. I think we're both better and smarter people now and I like to think that things have come to a happy ending (even though the story isn't over) for us and our kids.



We should hit that gig wedding crasher style... :mrgreen:


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That would be funny Plook.

In a touch of irony, my ex just got remarried while my son was in NY for the summer. We got married outdoors in a backyard, and she always gave me shit for never having a proper wedding. They got married outdoors, and all the males in the wedding party were wearing kilts. At this point, I'm truly thinking maybe I wasn't the problem in our marriage. :mrgreen:


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Thank you coevad! My son and I have been flying a Frisbee in preparation to go to Muse Park, and play Frisbee golf at their course. The only problem is that at the moment, I have a 160 gram Frisbee and a 130 gram. We both prefer the 130 gram, so I need to buy another 130 gram for us to go play the course. In the meantime, we are getting in some good practice. I think we should in good shape when we play the course in a few weeks. Thanks again man!


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Philostopher wrote:
They got married outdoors, and all the males in the wedding party were wearing kilts. At this point, I'm truly thinking maybe I wasn't the problem in our marriage. :mrgreen:


Did they wear underpants or not?
Now it can be revealed!

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Caputh wrote:
Philostopher wrote:
They got married outdoors, and all the males in the wedding party were wearing kilts. At this point, I'm truly thinking maybe I wasn't the problem in our marriage. :mrgreen:


Did they wear underpants or not?
Now it can be revealed!


My son {who was in the wedding party} confirmed that underwear were worn. How he knows that everyone was non-commando is a mystery to me? He says there was a meeting that discussed the issue, and it was agreed that underpants would be worn. In my opinion this does not make it a true kilt wedding, unless they were all unleashed under there. :mrgreen:


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Philostopher wrote:
Caputh wrote:
Philostopher wrote:
They got married outdoors, and all the males in the wedding party were wearing kilts. At this point, I'm truly thinking maybe I wasn't the problem in our marriage. :mrgreen:


Did they wear underpants or not?
Now it can be revealed!


My son {who was in the wedding party} confirmed that underwear were worn. How he knows that everyone was non-commando is a mystery to me? He says there was a meeting that discussed the issue, and it was agreed that underpants would be worn. In my opinion this does not make it a true kilt wedding, unless they were all unleashed under there. :mrgreen:



Did the ceramoy have a Hillbilly flare?


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Who cares? Bitch* divorced a great guy. Let her ceremony involve everyone wearing a fez and drinking out of a boot.

*Based only on what I've read in this thread. But yeah, probably.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 23, 2014 5:47 pm 
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Thanks calvin! I appreciate that. But, we're just cracking wise on her. If I didn't do that, I would have went crazy several years ago.

My grandmother fell tonight, and broke her shoulder. She is on her way via ambulance to Paris,TN. An orthopedic surgeon will either operate on her tonight, or in the morning. I guess it depends on how bad it is as to whether he will come out tonight, or in the morning?


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Philostopher wrote:
Thanks calvin! I appreciate that. But, we're just cracking wise on her. If I didn't do that, I would have went crazy several years ago.

My grandmother fell tonight, and broke her shoulder. She is on her way via ambulance to Paris,TN. An orthopedic surgeon will either operate on her tonight, or in the morning. I guess it depends on how bad it is as to whether he will come out tonight, or in the morning?


Sorry to hear that. I can remember my grandmother breaking her pelvis, and having a trying time.

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Thanks man! She broke her hip several years ago. I'm thinking this is probably better than that {so to speak}. My dad followed the ambulance to Paris, and will update us when he finds out something.


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Philostopher wrote:
Thanks man! She broke her hip several years ago. I'm thinking this is probably better than that {so to speak}. My dad followed the ambulance to Paris, and will update us when he finds out something.



I will pray for her Philo... :!:


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