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post #411 of 419 Old 09-14-2010, 04:32 PM
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So I am the weirdo who doesn't care which way the TP rolls?
Yes, you're a complete freakazoid! Gads, why do we even continue to let you post here?!

Always, the red container is Folgers. I heart me some Folgers, but I can't even afford that nowadays.
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I feel around. I rarely pee in the dark anyways. Spiders lurk in the dark. I know there is one waiting to bite me on my hiney one day. Lights on. Always.

As far as coffee goes...my mom always drank maxwell house instant coffee with sweet n low. She'll be gone 10 years in Novemeber and I still have a jar of the stuff and a whole box of 2001 Sweet n low in my cupboard. The tea kettle is still on the stove. Poor Bobby learned the hard way that throwing that stuff away is a BIG no no.
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Well, feeding my temporary horse cost me a small fortune too. He was a very hard keeper compared to my two.

But I so was not going to risk not feeding him correctly. They were doing me a huge favor by letting me have him to keep my very herd bound horse company.


Was it bad that I dumped the Folgers into the can of Wegmans coffee?
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Was it bad that I dumped the Folgers into the can of Wegmans coffee?
Naw, just upgraded it some.

I like Chock Full O'Nuts too, but it's hard to find.

Cori, I feel around in the dark. No way am I turning any lights on once it's pitch dark. My system can't take that much of a shock and try to get back to sleep!
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Nah...Mr AB just got a pleasant suprise when he brewed what he thought to be Wegmans and got Foldgers instead!
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I like Chock Full O'Nuts too, but it's hard to find.
They have that at my Wally World. It is pretty cheap too. Is it good if you like that yucky stuff? Should I buy that for the hubby person?
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So I am the weirdo who doesn't care which way the TP rolls?
I don't care!

Also don't care about squeezing the end or middle of the toothpaste tube as I am the only one that uses my tube!
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Chock Full O'Nuts is a better coffee than the generic stuff, so the husband-person might like it a little better.
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