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        09-15-2010, 12:18 AM
      #1611
    Trained
    I love occasionally checking in on just the last 5 posts on this thread and trying to figure out what direction the conversation has gone. So now we're on peanut butter? Used to be a creamy girl. Now I like chunky.
         
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        09-15-2010, 08:26 AM
      #1612
    Green Broke
    I've never understood why men won't just TELL us something. I guess they figure we're all psychic. The other day mine was hooking up the bush-hog to the tractor, something he has done by himself a thousand times, and I was sitting on the porch watching him. After he finished he walks up and says "Why didn't you come help me?" and was truly mad about the fact that I had watched him. I just answered with "Why didn't you ask me?" Boy was THAT the wrong answer. Male PMS that day for sure!

    I hate chunky PB in anything but love it plain. I love a big ol' spoonful with chocolate syrup drizzled over it. Yum
         
        09-15-2010, 08:40 AM
      #1613
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    Originally Posted by MyBoyPuck    
    I love occasionally checking in on just the last 5 posts on this thread and trying to figure out what direction the conversation has gone. So now we're on peanut butter? Used to be a creamy girl. Now I like chunky.
    Ya see, you miss a lot by just reading the last few posts......


    We actually have three jars of peanut butter in our house. Mine, his and the dogs. Mine is crunchy, usually natural. His is creamy normal stuff. The dogs is whatever I found cheap in a big jar (for putting in kongs on occasion).

    I would agree with the theory on the flavored coffee because he too is the type to expect me to read his mind. I frequently tell him I failed mind reading in school so he has to open his mouth and say things, because I am not going to know other wise.
    But..... He sometimes buys his own flavored coffee. They have the little single pot vacuum sealed pouches at the check out line at Wegmans. Sometimes he tosses a few on the conveyor. Following his lead I buy them when those are used up.

    Who knows.

    They have not gone to waste though. One of my barn friends loves coffee. I like to bring her a cup when I come to the barn. I make a pot of flavored stuff when I do that.
         
        09-15-2010, 09:09 AM
      #1614
    Green Broke
    One of the gourmet brands at my local Food Lion has a Chocolate and Kahlua flavored coffee that is to DIE for, but it's crazy expensive so I only get it occasionally. It's heaven in a pot. Usually I have one cup in the AM, but with that stuff, I end up drinking 4 or 5. Of course, then I'm running off to go pee all day long.
         
        09-15-2010, 09:33 AM
      #1615
    Showing
    I like crunchy peanut butter but the dog likes creamy, so I buy creamy!

    As far as coffee, I used to buy the Swiss Chocolate Almond and Raspberry Truffle beans and mix them. Yum!

    I haven't seen the Chocolate and Kahlua flavored coffee at Food Lion, but I'll look for it. Do they sell it in beans, or just ground?
         
        09-15-2010, 09:42 AM
      #1616
    Super Moderator
    Hi everyone,

    Unfortunately, anyone who visited this thread at this point looking for substantive horse discussion would be sorely disappointed. I am closing this thread so that it doesn't lead to further such disappointment when the Natural Horsemanship forum indicates there is a new post.

    Please use the Off Topic Discussion forum for similar off topic discussion in the future.

    Thanks,
    Mike
         

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