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Eric Swanson wrote:
alleynbard wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
alleynbard wrote:

How did I miss all of this? :)

Honestly, I am more of a German kind of guy. Or, Irish.

What about someone who is part German and Irish?
Interestingly enough, I am not a huge fan of blondes. I prefer dark hair. Except when it comes to redheads. That is something the drives me crazy, in men and (just sometimes) women.

*sheds tears*

cries for TotP, he he

There are always exceptions to the rule. ;)


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alleynbard wrote:
Eric Swanson wrote:
alleynbard wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
alleynbard wrote:

How did I miss all of this? :)

Honestly, I am more of a German kind of guy. Or, Irish.

What about someone who is part German and Irish?
Interestingly enough, I am not a huge fan of blondes. I prefer dark hair. Except when it comes to redheads. That is something the drives me crazy, in men and (just sometimes) women.

*sheds tears*

cries for TotP, he he

There are always exceptions to the rule. ;)

Awww...

*hugs*

The Exchange

Celestial Healer wrote:
taig wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
taig wrote:
Resist. It's the same argument about grits here in the south. Trust me--not everyone eats grits. I'm sure it's the same across the pond.
But I like grits. And so do my daughters.
I respect our differences. Even if your choice is wrong. :)

LOL.

Grits = eating a pack of Kleenex

And you show me that angels are NOT wise. Grits will save the world some day.

The Exchange

~Contemplates hiding dark hair, thinks WTH and struts nekkid through thread.~

See, it's my natural color. ;)

Liberty's Edge Contributor

Moorluck wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
taig wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
taig wrote:
Resist. It's the same argument about grits here in the south. Trust me--not everyone eats grits. I'm sure it's the same across the pond.
But I like grits. And so do my daughters.
I respect our differences. Even if your choice is wrong. :)

LOL.

Grits = eating a pack of Kleenex

And you show me that angels are NOT wise. Grits will save the world some day.

Kleenex-like grits have not been properly prepared.

LET THERE BE GRITS!

The Exchange

Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
taig wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
taig wrote:
Resist. It's the same argument about grits here in the south. Trust me--not everyone eats grits. I'm sure it's the same across the pond.
But I like grits. And so do my daughters.
I respect our differences. Even if your choice is wrong. :)

LOL.

Grits = eating a pack of Kleenex

And you show me that angels are NOT wise. Grits will save the world some day.

Kleenex-like grits have not been properly prepared.

LET THERE BE GRITS!

DAHUM SKEEPY!!

The Exchange

I grew up on grits, it's my comfort food. That and chicken bog. And Carolina BBQ. And G.R.I.T.S. O.O

Liberty's Edge Contributor

Moorluck wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
taig wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
taig wrote:
Resist. It's the same argument about grits here in the south. Trust me--not everyone eats grits. I'm sure it's the same across the pond.
But I like grits. And so do my daughters.
I respect our differences. Even if your choice is wrong. :)

LOL.

Grits = eating a pack of Kleenex

And you show me that angels are NOT wise. Grits will save the world some day.

Kleenex-like grits have not been properly prepared.

LET THERE BE GRITS!

DAHUM SKEEPY!!

Oooh, wait! How 'bout grits'n'SPAM! Them's good eats, right there!

The Exchange

0gre wrote:
Why is everyone here when the party is still hoppin at FAWTLy 4?

One party could not hold us all.

The Exchange

Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
taig wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
taig wrote:
Resist. It's the same argument about grits here in the south. Trust me--not everyone eats grits. I'm sure it's the same across the pond.
But I like grits. And so do my daughters.
I respect our differences. Even if your choice is wrong. :)

LOL.

Grits = eating a pack of Kleenex

And you show me that angels are NOT wise. Grits will save the world some day.

Kleenex-like grits have not been properly prepared.

LET THERE BE GRITS!

DAHUM SKEEPY!!
Oooh, wait! How 'bout grits'n'SPAM! Them's good eats, right there!

Sadly, I agree. Spam is nasty s&$$, but fried and served in some grits, it kicks ass!

Damn Paris, we shoulda hung out more at the con, gone out to dinner.... not that we coulda found grits up there. :)

Liberty's Edge Contributor

Moorluck wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
taig wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
taig wrote:
Resist. It's the same argument about grits here in the south. Trust me--not everyone eats grits. I'm sure it's the same across the pond.
But I like grits. And so do my daughters.
I respect our differences. Even if your choice is wrong. :)

LOL.

Grits = eating a pack of Kleenex

And you show me that angels are NOT wise. Grits will save the world some day.

Kleenex-like grits have not been properly prepared.

LET THERE BE GRITS!

DAHUM SKEEPY!!
Oooh, wait! How 'bout grits'n'SPAM! Them's good eats, right there!

Sadly, I agree. Spam is nasty s~!&, but fried and served in some grits, it kicks ass!

Damn Paris, we shoulda hung out more at the con, gone out to dinner.... not that we coulda found grits up there. :)

Oh, yeah...I won't eat SPAM "raw"...not that there's such a thing, but you know what I mean. But sliced thin and fried? Yeah...I was raised in Virginia...I do have a Southern side.

We will definitely hang out more next year. PaizoCon was a new experience for me this year. I'll be able to plan better next time.

The Exchange

Next year we hope to get there a couple days early ourselves.

The Exchange

Best meal eva. Bacon wrapped Spam freshly grilled. With buttered Grits.

Liberty's Edge Contributor

Crimson Jester wrote:
Best meal eva. Bacon wrapped Spam freshly grilled. With buttered Grits.

Deadly...but MMMMMmmmmmm GOOD!

The Exchange

Crimson Jester wrote:
Best meal eva. Bacon wrapped Spam freshly grilled. With buttered Grits.

Yes please. And can I have a BBQ samich with slaw on top for dessert?

The Exchange

Moorluck wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Best meal eva. Bacon wrapped Spam freshly grilled. With buttered Grits.
Yes please. And can I have a BBQ samich with slaw on top for dessert?

hmmm yummy.

Liberty's Edge Contributor

By the way...folks who have a hard time with grits must also dislike polenta. It's practically the same thing.

The Exchange

GRITS GRITS so wonderful food. Must have some for breakfast on the morrow.

The Exchange

Paris Crenshaw wrote:
By the way...folks who have a hard time with grits must also dislike polenta. It's practically the same thing.

I've never heard of polenta. But I just figure folks who dislike grits are not quite right in the head.

The Exchange

Crimson Jester wrote:
GRITS GRITS so wonderful food. Must have some for breakfast on the morrow.

+1. I might even have some pancakes with 'em.

Liberty's Edge Contributor

I'd like to point out that taig started it.

The Exchange

Paris Crenshaw wrote:
I'd like to point out that taig started it.

And he hangs out with me. See he's not right in the head. :P


kicking tee


Moorluck wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
By the way...folks who have a hard time with grits must also dislike polenta. It's practically the same thing.
I've never heard of polenta. But I just figure folks who dislike grits are not quite right in the head.

I'm a Yankee, and I LOVES me some grits! And chicken and dumplings, pit barbeque, chicken-fried steak, sausagegravy and biscuits, etc. etc. Blame the Army, it opened up my food horizons.

Elton Brown has a good show on polenta vs. grits:

Good Eats

Scarab Sages

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I'm from the south, and I hate grits with a passion.

The Exchange

hmmmm Grits!!!

Good Eats is a great show!

Scarab Sages

My 3-year old nephew likes Paula Deen.

Liberty's Edge Contributor

I'm a big Alton Brown fan. One of the few celebrities I'd actually be interested in meeting in real life. I don't think I've seen his grits episode, though.

We like the Food Network a lotin my family. My daughters call Paula Deen "Aunt Paula" for some reason. Of course, they pronounce it, "Ant Paw-la". ;-)

Scarab Sages

My nephew has just started on tis fascination - no one is sure why. My wife loves the Food Network in general, and Paula Deen in particular - even met her at a book signing once.

As for me, my hero in the kitchen is already years dead - Justin Wilson.

The Exchange

Aberzombie wrote:

My nephew has just started on tis fascination - no one is sure why. My wife loves the Food Network in general, and Paula Deen in particular - even met her at a book signing once.

As for me, my hero in the kitchen is already years dead - Justin Wilson.

I guarantee.

Dark Archive

Crimson Jester wrote:
alleynbard wrote:

How did I miss all of this? :)

Honestly, I am more of a German kind of guy. Or, Irish.

What about someone who is part German and Irish?

You called my dads family is German, and my moms is Irish.

Scarab Sages

Crimson Jester wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:

My nephew has just started on tis fascination - no one is sure why. My wife loves the Food Network in general, and Paula Deen in particular - even met her at a book signing once.

As for me, my hero in the kitchen is already years dead - Justin Wilson.

I guarantee.

My brother actually got to meet him and eat some of his cooking. Said he was a real nice guy.


alleynbard wrote:
I think many of us are swapping back and forth between parties.

Thats what she said!!!

Scarab Sages

Time to go run errands and stuff: comic book store, lunch, Gentile's Market for some honey, and maybe one or two other specialty stores the wife wants to visit.


Aberzombie wrote:
Time to go run errands and stuff: comic book store, lunch, Gentile's Market for some honey, and maybe one or two other specialty stores the wife wants to visit.

that´s it let´s move to new york city

and we won´t even say good bye we´ll
find a place where we can start a fight
and feel good to be alive

and so we´ll drive across the country
on this endlséss holiday you take the
short cut and i´ll watch life pass i can´t
remember who dove last

errands why don´t you think they´d understand
errands why don´t you think for the next tweak
it´s gonna be the last mistake you make
and it´s going to devastate all of them

we´re on our way oh no we´re on
our way to run more errands travelers
without a plan and i´ve been awake
for way to long i can´t remember who i am

errands why don´t you think they´d understand
errands why don´t you think for the next tweak
it´s going to be the your legacy
and it´s going to devastate all of them

Liberty's Edge

alleynbard wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
alleynbard wrote:
Mac Boyce wrote:
Solnes wrote:
Mac Boyce wrote:

peeks in and looks around

No all you can eat mexican bar? :(

Apparently we are going with Asian. ;)
I prefer Polish myself. :D

MMMM...Polish sausage.

Ummmm...never mind. :D

Kielbasa? Really? Never would've pegged you for that.
I am not sure Treppa will let you peg him at all. :)
Not sure I could. o_0
Yeah...if you are not interested in men it could be difficult. However, you could always close your eyes and imagine something else.

Nah, I'm good... thanks though.

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Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
alleynbard wrote:

How did I miss all of this? :)

Honestly, I am more of a German kind of guy. Or, Irish.

What about someone who is part German and Irish?
You called my dads family is German, and my moms is Irish.

My fathers side is German/Irish/Blackfoot

My Mothers is Cajun/Cherokee

I get Mardi Gras, Octoberfest and St. Patrick's day.

Liberty's Edge

I'm Dutch, isn't that weird?

No seriously, I'm Dutch and Irish on my mom's side. I'm French, English, and Cherokee on my dad's side.

Strangely, I don't have my father's last name. When I was born the conditions weren't met for me to acquire my father's last name and I became a Correll as a result. My father's last name was Talbot, so that is what I could've been.

Liberty's Edge

Aberzombie wrote:
I'm from the south, and I hate grits with a passion.

Poser :P

Scarab Sages

houstonderek wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
I'm from the south, and I hate grits with a passion.
Poser :P

It's one of those sad things that makes me not normal. Somtimes - late at night - it makes me cry.

Liberty's Edge

Aberzombie wrote:
houstonderek wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
I'm from the south, and I hate grits with a passion.
Poser :P
It's one of those sad things that makes me not normal. Somtimes - late at night - it makes me cry.

You can get them with brainssssssssssssss you know...

Scarab Sages

Mmmmm....grit brainnnnsssss?


houstonderek wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
houstonderek wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
I'm from the south, and I hate grits with a passion.
Poser :P
It's one of those sad things that makes me not normal. Somtimes - late at night - it makes me cry.
You can get them with brainssssssssssssss you know...

I see I'm not the only one who's heard about Quaker's secret plan to use genetically modified, sentient grit oozes to achieve global domination. Soon we will bown down to our new breakfasty overlords....


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Conspiracy Buff wrote:
houstonderek wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
houstonderek wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
I'm from the south, and I hate grits with a passion.
Poser :P
It's one of those sad things that makes me not normal. Somtimes - late at night - it makes me cry.
You can get them with brainssssssssssssss you know...
I see I'm not the only one who's heard about Quaker's secret plan to use genetically modified, sentient grit oozes to achieve global domination. Soon we will bown down to our new breakfasty overlords....

Hold the milk, put back the sugar

They are powerless to console
We've gathered here to sprinkle ashes
From our late friend's cereal bowl

Breakfast clubbers, say the motto
That he taught us to repeat
"You will lose it in your gym class
If you wait until noon to eat"

Back when the Chess Club said our eggs were soft
Every Monday he'd say grace and hold our juice aloft
Oh, none of us knew his checkout time would come so soon
But before his brain stopped waving, he composed this tune

When the toast has burned
And all the milk has churned<--(This should be TURNED, it is right in the 2nd verse)
And Captain Crunch is waving farewell
When the big one finds you
May this song remind you
That they don't serve breakfast in hell

Breakfast clubbers, drop the hankies
Though to some our friend was odd
That day he bought those pine pajamas
His check was good with God

Those here without the Lord, how do you cope?
For this morning we don't mourn like those who have no hope
Oh, rise up, Fruit Loop lovers; sing out sweet and low
With spoons held high, we bid our brother "Cheerio!"

When the toast has burned
And all the milk has turned
And Captain Crunch is waving farewell
When the big one finds you
May this song remind you
That they don't serve breakfast in hell

Silver Crusade

Crimson Jester wrote:
alleynbard wrote:

How did I miss all of this? :)

Honestly, I am more of a German kind of guy. Or, Irish.

What about someone who is part German and Irish?

*raises his hand*


Celestial Healer wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
alleynbard wrote:

How did I miss all of this? :)

Honestly, I am more of a German kind of guy. Or, Irish.

What about someone who is part German and Irish?
*raises his hand*

I was raised Irish, but genetically I am Scots-Irish by way of Canada. A relative of mine actually founded Dalhousie University.

Fun history fact: During the Highland Clearances, the dispossed Scotsmen had two places they could go: Nova Scotia or the Carolinas. So the inhabitants of Nova Scotia are closely related to the southerners of America. Also, the French settlers who wouldn't pledge allegiance to the British crown after Nova Scotia was conquered (it was called Arcadia by them) were settled in another French possesion: Louisiana. Thus the 'Arcadians' became the 'Cajuns'. Another southern US-Nova Scotia tie (there are still quite a few Arcadians left in NS)

This has been your unasked for history lesson with professor Monkey...

Scarab Sages

Well, Abercrombie is Scottish, and I think there might be a few extra things thrown in on that side. On my mother's side, she was born Shaw, and her mother was Hennesy, so that's pretty much pure Irish.

Liberty's Edge

Aberzombie wrote:
Well, Abercrombie is Scottish, and I think there might be a few extra things thrown in on that side. On my mother's side, she was born Shaw, and her mother was Hennesy, so that's pretty much pure Irish.

So, that makes you, what, Indonesian?


My grandmother claimed we had Sittting Bull in our blood, but many of her offspring just think she was full of it.


Hmm. Lesse:

Adopted family: 100% pure Irish: Grandparents were: Curtin, MacDounaugh, Ryan, Cochran.

Bio Family: Canadian Scotts-Irish mutts: Grandparents were: MacIntyre, Ramsay, Samms, and ? (Not in contact with bio father's side of things, so don't know the maiden name of paternal gmom). Some Arcadian French and MicMac in the mix way back (as I was told). The families date waaay back into Nova Scotia (esp. Cape Breton's) history. One cousin still holds the original land grant an ancestor got from the Crown at the Battle of Louisbourg.

As an aside, should you ever be travelling in the Cape Breton area, and like history, you should visit the historical site of Louisbourg. It is a living history site, and you can wander about, have an authentic 18th century meal, watch the cannons fire, and a lot of cool stuff.

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