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        03-26-2013, 04:07 PM
      #31
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    You all have to go to Italy around Easter....chocolate eggs in all sizes, the largest I've seen you could hide a two year old in. No kidding!. Pretty foil, huge bows, filled with all kinds of stuff, chocolate of course, other candy, stuffed and other toys, Jewelery, ties, watches ....you name it, they stuff it. In Germany eggs, Easter bunnies and Easter lambs all in chocolate.....I've gotta stop now.....diet....
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        03-26-2013, 04:09 PM
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    You all have to go to Italy around Easter....chocolate eggs in all sizes, the largest I've seen you could hide a two year old in. No kidding!. Pretty foil, huge bows, filled with all kinds of stuff, chocolate of course, other candy, stuffed and other toys, Jewelery, ties, watches ....you name it, they stuff it. In Germany eggs, Easter bunnies and Easter lambs all in chocolate.....I've gotta stop now.....diet....
    Oooh they sound lovely!
         
        03-29-2013, 12:06 AM
      #33
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    I have to have at least one a day. If I make a pot, I'll drink it to myself. LOL

    Chocolate, not so much. But I'm a salt person over sugar so... Tiffanny is the Junkfood Junkie in my family :P
         
        03-29-2013, 12:07 AM
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    I have to have at least one a day. If I make a pot, I'll drink it to myself. LOL

    Chocolate, not so much. But I'm a salt person over sugar so... Tiffanny is the Junkfood Junkie in my family :P
    Oh that's right, you're sweet enough aren't you?
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        03-29-2013, 10:59 AM
      #35
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    Mosts morning I have a big mug of coffee-I'll be starting a new job soon-graveyard shift, so I'll be relying on some coffee while I adjust to that. Luckily, only two nights a week.

    Chocolate-I love..milk chocolate, semi-sweet, and Dark!Most any brand. Also sometimes put chocolate mix into the coffee, especially on a cold winter's morning.
         
        03-29-2013, 12:54 PM
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    Oh that's right, you're sweet enough aren't you?

    That goes without saying!!
         
        03-29-2013, 12:59 PM
      #37
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    Those who know me, know not to even look in my direction until I've had my first coffee of the day.

    I usually go through three 16 oz cups before noon, and then sometimes I'll have an afternoon cup but it's not that often.

    I love white Toblerone, even though it's not considered "real" chocolate. My favorite real chocolate would be Dove Dark. Especially with a bag of pretzels for that sweet then salty goodness.
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        03-30-2013, 12:54 PM
      #38
    Green Broke
    I can only drink coffee in the dead of winter, meaning the temps are below 40. Then I'll make a 12 cup pot of Folger's Mountain Roast and have the pot drank by 9 am when I get to work at 5:30. Usually make another pot and have 2 cups of it before the foreman pays a visit to finish it off.

    I can not drink hot coffee during hotter days/months, but can drink hot Lipton Tea during any season or weather. I got so used to drinking sodas and other drinks at room temperature while driving OTR that it has become just another natural thing to me.

    Me and DW were working in the barn a couple of days ago and I had left my Mountain Dew bottle sitting on top of one of the fence posts. I saw it on the way back to the house after it had been there for over 3 hours, pop the top and started drinking it. DW nearly got sick just thinking about drinking a hot soda...lol
         
        03-31-2013, 01:00 PM
      #39
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    Originally Posted by Muppetgirl    
    Oh that's right, you're sweet enough aren't you?
    You freaking know it!!
    So much so, I even melt a little in the rain...
         
        03-31-2013, 01:01 PM
      #40
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    Originally Posted by Roadyy    

    I can not drink hot coffee during hotter days/months, but can drink hot Lipton Tea during any season or weather. I got so used to drinking sodas and other drinks at room temperature while driving OTR that it has become just another natural thing to me.
    Me too!
    I've even gotten used to drinking beer and room temperature, although again, that's another FGRanch specialty. I'd RATHER have it cold, but she always has it on the counter. LOL
         

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