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post #11 of 24 Old 05-06-2010, 12:45 PM Thread Starter
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I know I know... I'm getting to the point where I actually have to work on keeping it the same size. Gone are the days where I could eat anything and everything.... LOL
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Gone are the days where I could eat anything and everything.... LOL
Jealous glare.

Never had those days.
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Instead of trying to say anything I'm just going to *open mouth, insert foot, and proceed to knee* My specialty

At least it saves me the trouble of having to apologize!
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Giggle.

Nothing to apologize for.

It is not your fault some of us were not born with genes that allow us to enjoy the finer things in life. Like Oreo cookies dipped in peanut butter, drool.
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Omigod..... I have NEVER thought of that. Now I have to try it. Num..

Just what I need. Another food that I love (more than likely, that's right up my alley) that I have to limit.

Thanks. Really

Why didn't anyone tell me about this when I was 25????? I better re-up on that gym membership or maybe just re-build the fence by myself this year!
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They are good. One of those good (in a way) things I learned from my older brother. Big brothers are good for something when they are not beating you up and telling you that you are ugly and getting you in trouble.

And for those warmer days just take the home made chocolate chip cookies and put a scoop of vanilla ice cream between two of them.

I will eat my celery sticks now...yum. Celery.
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Yeah. Celery. Nummy. I just finished my salad. It was wonderful. Yup. Lettuce is my favorite. (can you feel the sarcasm? )

Wonder if the gas station has oreos?

I see you had a big brother like mine. At least my brother and I get along now. When we were kids it was a constant battle.
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Wonder if the gas station has oreos?
Bet they do!
And do not use the good for you natural peanut butter stuff. Nope. This delicacy requires the bad for Skippy or Jiff stuff.
I personally prefer the crunchy.

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I see you had a big brother like mine. At least my brother and I get along now. When we were kids it was a constant battle.
Sounds like our relationship. He has hit 50 and I am just behind him. We get along much better now.


And what this had to do with saddle buying who knows.
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Gotcha on the Jiff (I love that stuff). I can never pick between crunchy/creamy so I alternate.

My brother and I are very close in age too. When we were little we got along great, then we were mortal enemies for our teen years, now we're getting close to 30 and get along pretty well. I think it'll just get better.

And yes, this has nothing to do with saddles, but at least I found some new junk foods to try. I think my man-creature will appreciate that too. Although he probably won't appreciate the extra "padding" that comes with it!
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Man creatures pull off extra padding far better than us women folk do.
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