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The internet ate my previous post!

It is cute and it sings better than I do! So jealous! XD

Me in a nutshell: I have a baking glove in my left hand and a drawing pencil in the other. Or I had before I started typing.

Today I am alone at home so I am baking a cream, blueberry and blackberry spongecake. I've improvised the recipe (Again) so no clue about how will it taste.

I'm also drawing some stuff because doing just one thing at a time is not for me.


I have a friend like that. She has a very active and clever 2 year old son, so she's always doing several things at once; drawing (she used to work in animation and she's an absolutely astounding sketch artist), cooking, and working part time as a waitress in a restaurant called "The Hungry Monk". I love that name.


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The name is coolness itself xD

Food
Food
Ugly food

These days I'm too idle, I fear. I need to be called to work!


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I'm back. Just paid for another month of Hotspot time, so I can post as much as I want. And, as much as I was missed these past two days, I missed being here just as much. :)


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DungeonmasterCal wrote:

Welsh Farmer Creates World's Hottest Chili Pepper

Now coming up on the stage, introducing The Red Hot Chili Peppers!


Welcome back, John!!!


Thanks, Kileanna. :)


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I've missed you but I would never admit it xD


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It's the thought that counts. :)


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*wanders in bewildered*

Damn it, I did it again!

I really have to take care not to lay down during the daytime as I apparently sleep much better during that time.

Sorry for dropping off mid-thread like that.

Oh hey john nice to see you!


I'm a night person by nature, but I've had to readjust to a daylight schedule because of my dogs. They have to be walked and such during the day. If not for them I'd be up all night and sleep all day.


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I thrive on sunlight.


Hey, Kjeldorn! How have you been?


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My internal clock has a very specific setting and it couldn't care less what the sun is doing. So here on EST I want to sleep until 11 and stay up until 2 or 3. The further west I go, the more of a morning person I become. I've tried all the things to adjust my internal clock. No go. My wake/sleep cycle is fixed and that's that.


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captain yesterday wrote:
I thrive on sunlight.

Ugh. The sunlight already lasts too long each day for me and they will continue to get longer until June, when the slow process of shortening the day begins. I love it when it gets dark around 5 pm. I've always been more comfortable in dark, shadowy places. I think the word for that is nyctophile.


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John Napier 698 wrote:
Hey, Kjeldorn! How have you been?

Mostly been doing all those small practical thing you need to do these last couple of day.

Just been going over and updating my insurance policies, to make sure I'm good and covered in case of getting the living crap kicked out for me (which in my line of the work is a very possible thing).

Been doing the usual RP writing on the side for my Shadow of the Demon Lord and PF groups, as I GM both of them.

How about you, everything good on your side of the pond?


Doing okay. Renewed my Hotspot device for another month, so, for now, all's well.


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DungeonmasterCal wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
I thrive on sunlight.
Ugh. The sunlight already lasts too long each day for me and they will continue to get longer until June, when the slow process of shortening the day begins. I love it when it gets dark around 5 pm. I've always been more comfortable in dark, shadowy places. I think the word for that is nyctophile.

If I won the lottery (which would be amazing since I don't play), I'd get a house in both the Arctic and Antarctic so I could enjoy two months of solid darkness each year.


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Scythia wrote:
DungeonmasterCal wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
I thrive on sunlight.
Ugh. The sunlight already lasts too long each day for me and they will continue to get longer until June, when the slow process of shortening the day begins. I love it when it gets dark around 5 pm. I've always been more comfortable in dark, shadowy places. I think the word for that is nyctophile.
If I won the lottery (which would be amazing since I don't play), I'd get a house in both the Arctic and Antarctic so I could enjoy two months of solid darkness each year.

A cold, cold couple of months of complete darkness...brrrr...just thinking about it makes me wanna climb beneath my covers.

edit: not that I like the heat much more...I would use the lottery winnings to buy a house in the Norwegian mountains and one on a Mediterranean island.


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I would live the rest of my life on the Mediterranean.


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Kjeldorn wrote:
Scythia wrote:
DungeonmasterCal wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
I thrive on sunlight.
Ugh. The sunlight already lasts too long each day for me and they will continue to get longer until June, when the slow process of shortening the day begins. I love it when it gets dark around 5 pm. I've always been more comfortable in dark, shadowy places. I think the word for that is nyctophile.
If I won the lottery (which would be amazing since I don't play), I'd get a house in both the Arctic and Antarctic so I could enjoy two months of solid darkness each year.

A cold, cold couple of months of complete darkness...brrrr...just thinking about it makes me wanna climb beneath my covers.

edit: not that I like the heat much more...I would use the lottery winning to buy a house in the Norwegian mountains and one on a Mediterranean island.

The cold is a "but wait, there's more" bonus to me. I prefer being cold to being hot, and my cats are more cuddly in the cold. :P


Scythia wrote:
Kjeldorn wrote:
Scythia wrote:
DungeonmasterCal wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
I thrive on sunlight.
Ugh. The sunlight already lasts too long each day for me and they will continue to get longer until June, when the slow process of shortening the day begins. I love it when it gets dark around 5 pm. I've always been more comfortable in dark, shadowy places. I think the word for that is nyctophile.
If I won the lottery (which would be amazing since I don't play), I'd get a house in both the Arctic and Antarctic so I could enjoy two months of solid darkness each year.

A cold, cold couple of months of complete darkness...brrrr...just thinking about it makes me wanna climb beneath my covers.

edit: not that I like the heat much more...I would use the lottery winning to buy a house in the Norwegian mountains and one on a Mediterranean island.

The cold is a "but wait, there's more" bonus to me. I prefer being cold to being hot, and my cats are more cuddly in the cold. :P

I miss kitties, my apartment complex doesn't allow any kind of pets ;_;


Closing up the Garage to go home. Good night, all.


I enjoy living here where cold never means less than -2°C and hot is not usually above 32°C. I cannot complain, even if the weather has been a bit crazy this days.

About day and night, I am a morning person. You can know it because I am awake at 7AM and I don't have to work.

Today I have to do some cleaning at home as I think my RP group is going to come. I'm expecting to finish GMing Hangman's Noose today.


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-2°C = 29°F, 32°C = 90°F :)


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*Makes note to put Spain on the 'move to' list when filthy rich*


Not all Spain. I wouldn't stand living in the South, it is too damn hot, or in the interior lands, where they have really extreme temperatures (low at winter, dry and hot at summer).

The North is perfect for me, as I don't mind the rain. I'd love to live at the coast, as the weather is even lighter. If I get the place at the Public Healthcare System I will seriously consider taking my place at the coast instead of here.


John Napier 698 wrote:
-2°C = 29°F, 32°C = 90°F :)

Thanks for translating!


Kileanna wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
-2°C = 29°F, 32°C = 90°F :)
Thanks for translating!

My pleasure. Just don't let Freehold see this.


Kileanna wrote:

Not all Spain. I wouldn't stand living in the South, it is too damn hot, or in the interior lands, where they have really extreme temperatures (low at winter, dry and hot at summer).

The North is perfect for me, as I don't mind the rain. I'd love to live at the coast, as the weather is even lighter. If I get the place at the Public Healthcare System I will seriously consider taking my place at the coast instead of here.

The unspoken part is that I'd move into your neighborhood. You have all the best recipes!


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I feel honored!


John Napier 698 wrote:
Kileanna wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
-2°C = 29°F, 32°C = 90°F :)
Thanks for translating!
My pleasure. Just don't let Freehold see this.

Oh, yes. I forgot. Maths and Whedon.


*Yawns*

Mornin'

Every ones in a good mood today?

Ugh my place might be needing some cleaning too today, as I might be getting some people over, for some coffee and cake, this afternoon (hopefully enough to sneak in some gaming too), but I haven't heard back, from all of them, so its still a bit up in the air.


My plans are on the air too, as one will only come if she ends studying soon and the other is famous for cancelling at last time. I can count on Dalindra because he has nowhere to run to! Mwahahahaha.
Today I'm having lunch with his parents again so that probably means that I'm bringing home a lot of free food from them. They must think we starve because they always have a lot of things for us xD

(And they don't even know that I am almost broke)


Making Fish tonight I have a question for anyone in the European area when they say Fish and chips Chip are basically just American french fries right? Is there any difference between french fries and European fish and chips?


Vidmaster7 wrote:
Making Fish tonight I have a question for anyone in the European area when they say Fish and chips Chip are basically just American french fries right? Is there any difference between french fries and European fish and chips?

Yup chips are basically just thick cut french fries (steak fries I think they are call across the pond?).


Kileanna wrote:

My plans are on the air too, as one will only come if she ends studying soon and the other is famous for cancelling at last time. I can count on Dalindra because he has nowhere to run to! Mwahahahaha.

Today I'm having lunch with his parents again so that probably means that I'm bringing home a lot of free food from them. They must think we starve because they always have a lot of things for us xD

(And they don't even know that I am almost broke)

Ughh...feeling lazy and a bit heavy-headed today (allergies I think) so I would love having someone cook for me today. But I'll probably find some solution.


Vidmaster7 wrote:
Making Fish tonight I have a question for anyone in the European area when they say Fish and chips Chip are basically just American french fries right? Is there any difference between french fries and European fish and chips?

The concept of american french something seems amusing xD

And I do know Fish and Chips. They are pretty popular in the UK too.

When I was to the UK one of my friends from Andalucía was always saying «cojones» (literally a slang for testicles) and when a native teacher asked what did it mean, for some reason he answered it meant «fish and chips». So since then we all started saying «fish and chips» as a curse word.

When I am lazy for cooking I just make some meat and put it on a sandwich with some lettuce, tomato and cheese. Or maybe open a tuna can and make a tuna sandwich. An omelette is also quick to do. What bothers me the most from cooking is cleaning after doing it.


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Omelette is my go to for easy food too. Tuna with Cheddar in melt form is good. I can't do cold sandwiches anymore unless i'm desperate don't know why but it just bother me.


I can for dinner but for lunch I like them to be hot sandwiches.


Yeah Ill warm it up or something first.


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I am eating with Dal's parents today. I brought them a piece of blueberry, blackberry and cream spongecake.


It looks delicious now if there was just some way to get chocolate involved with it.


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I usually do blueberry and chocolate/white chocolate brownies and spongecakes.
This time I found fresh berries on sale and crushed them. It's way better than using dried ones.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Omelette is my go to for easy food too. Tuna with Cheddar in melt form is good. I can't do cold sandwiches anymore unless i'm desperate don't know why but it just bother me.

I can eat a cold sandwich, but I prefer them warm.

If its gonna be cold, we scandinavians, prefer it on a piece of pumpernickel-style rye-bread.


You have said the key words to make me salivate (I'm like one of Pavlov's dogs).
I have a soft spot for rye bread.
In Galicia rye bread is mixed wheat and rye, but I've tried pure rye bread and I love the slightly acidic taste.


and it has the added benefit of being rather good at calming an upset stomach (I usually eat a slice or two, with a glass of milk when I get acid reflux).


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Stop it! I'm already hungry!
I have my stomach growling like a lion now.


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Kileanna wrote:

Stop it! I'm already hungry!

I have my stomach growling like a lion now.

*Slowly backs away from the growling stomach*

Don't worry Kile, Its vision is based on recipes and food pics! ^^

Well, I'm going shopping for some dinner items and something for the guests, so I might be gone for some time.

See you later everyone.


And a seafood Fideua that is cooking in the next room and smells like heaven.

See you, Kjeldorn!

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