Originally Posted by TyVliet
Originally Posted by beaglady
Hard to say, but my well fed dogs love to eat chicken poop. Turn about is fair play, I suppose.
I'm assuming you mean 'really old, polyester stretch pants wearing grandma'? Not the semi-tall, fat, but young-minded type like myself..... Just had to tease you a bit...
Actually, with the exception of undies and an occasional LL Bean purchase, I shop almost exclusively at thrift stores. Mostly I buy expensive brand names I'd never spring for at full price.
Poor kiddo.. Once when my DS was in elementary school, I accidentally sent a thermos of hard cider in his lunch. Embarrassing for both of us.
LOL I almost did that last year, thankfully I smell and/or taste almost everything before I give it to him. I'd rather buy him the pasteurized cider for him to drink, since it doesn't turn as quickly, if at all, but there's something that's so yummy and nostalgic about fresh pressed. We have a trio of call ducks to pick up on Sat so I'll be picking more cider up at the same time. I'll probably stick some in the freezer this time though.
Originally Posted by chippysmom327
I was kidding about the projectile vomiting but I am pretty sick. My sister had it last week. Now me and dad have it.
Gavin had that Friday, I've just had a lovely sick to my stomach one for about 2 weeks.
Originally Posted by LittleMissPurdy
OH-Man...so sorry...yuck! Hope you get to feeling better real soon!!
What is "apple-jack?"...I should know this...shouldn't I??...
thank you for the site!
...I am 4'11 and between 100-110....so I have a time getting anything to fit... have to hem or roll up the pant legs like 5 times...real nice....
All the styles they have "near" my size is a bit "hoochie"...sorry, only word for it....I don't need ripped pants, and I certainly don't need to have my belly sticking out!! What is out there for 40yr olds to were?? yeah, that do not make you look like you were born in the 1910's....okay.....
Good morning everyone!!....chilly start!! no frost yet, ..but still chill enough to have a hard time getting those limbs moving....
Applejack is just hard cider, at least as far as I know. I know some people put cinnamon or mulling spices into theirs while it's fermenting, and usually I would have put a cinnamon stick or two and added some sugar, but this time it really was an accident. I think it was just a little too warm the other day to have been walking around with it for as long as we did.
We had some frost last week over this way, although I don't think they called for it on the weather.