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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by Sally Sunshine, Nov 1, 2015.
I do, however, like the message they're sending... LOL!!!
Lol! I didn't even realize those were pokemon, although my son is 24, and was wayyyy into them.
But I agree, fitting message!
Yungun', ye ain't winning no yellin contest agin this ole codger, and I don't give a hoot how noisy you honker is! If'n you was to wanna sit down and discuss it over a fine meal of hawg jawl and grits, I'd be more'n happy to oblige...
That sounds fun to me... Is it suppose to be a punishment? I like my grits with Irish butter.
Oh no, not punishment. Grits is good!!!
Done and done. I'll be right down. I've never had jowl but I haven't met a pig meat I didn't like, and grits are on my comfort foods list.
I've never had good greens, though...
The Firebird group that I associate with has an annual meet somewhere in the U.S., with bar or winery hopping, road trips, and cookouts. Can you imagine if we all congregated somewhere and socialized for a weekend? I don't think I'd want to go back to work come Monday!
Yeah, we have a senior manager who really knows his stuff but talks (and used to dress) like Jethro, and the customers would turn to me as the authority. He's taken many professional development classes to lose his drawl and change his style, and it's sad that he had to do so to be accepted.
I am outranked by Germans in meetings, though.
I'm just a western cowgirl......a long ways from the east, south and north.....
You really should plan a trip to the Deep South. If there's one thing people down here know how to do... it's how to cook and how to eat. Southern cooking got it's roots from Soul Food, which might explain the obesity, diabetes, and heart problems that plagues the South. Maybe so, but what a way to go!!!
Don't lie, you live on a different planet