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Yeah, they were always too sweet for me. I just liked the rhyme.

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I have a jar of nutella that is nearing its expiration date. I probably will bake something with it this weekend.

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Tell me what you do with it. I know my in laws place has a jar of peanut butter and I've had orders to clear the fridge. I can see their anchovies(for calcium) jumping into my cauliflower and brocoli mix and the dried shrimp going into various stir fries of turnips and cabbage. Also their dried scallop chilli sauce will serve my okra breakfast fine, as it will for my lunch cauliflower and brocolli mix.


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Just a Mort wrote:
Tell me what you do with it. I know my in laws place has a jar of peanut butter and I've had orders to clear the fridge. I can see their anchovies(for calcium) jumping into my cauliflower and brocoli mix and the dried shrimp going into various stir fries of turnips and cabbage. Also their dried scallop chilli sauce will serve my okra breakfast fine, as it will for my lunch cauliflower and brocolli mix.

What unholy blasphemy are you eating?!?

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Firstly, I eat anything. Secondly okra with herbs like rosemary and oregano su*ks. Okra is better off savoury with some spice. Sambal belacan/curry(I've always liked dry curries) or any kind of spice works.

Secondly anchovies is not quite accurate, it's actually whitebait, and dried whitebait to boot. The closest I think you guys would understand was me to say anchovies.

These days I entertain myself building fires in my belly. Like my chicken is fried with ginger and dried chillis.


Just a Mort wrote:

Firstly, I eat anything. Secondly okra su*ks. Okra is better fired into space. Sambal belacan/curry(I've always liked dry curries) or any kind of spice works.

Secondly anchovies is not quite accurate, it's actually whitebait, and dried whitebait to boot. The closest I think you guys would understand was me to say anchovies.

These days I entertain myself building fires in my belly. Like my chicken is fried with ginger and dried chillis.

FIFY

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In a quick lunch time climb(30 Min) , I did the following:

Yellow up and down.

Green up, pink up, white up and down

purple up and down

Tried yellow but failed. I think I might have managed it was I fresh.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:

Firstly, I eat anything. Secondly okra su*ks. Okra is better fired into space. Sambal belacan/curry(I've always liked dry curries) or any kind of spice works.

Secondly anchovies is not quite accurate, it's actually whitebait, and dried whitebait to boot. The closest I think you guys would understand was me to say anchovies.

These days I entertain myself building fires in my belly. Like my chicken is fried with ginger and dried chillis.

FIFY

And don't fire my okra into space! My precccioussss!


Okra does rather resemble tiny green space rockets, though...

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Limeylongears wrote:
Okra does rather resemble tiny green space rockets, though...

Then I'll have to build a rocket to fly to space to get my okra back.


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Just a Mort wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Okra does rather resemble tiny green space rockets, though...
Then I'll have to build a rocket to fly to space to get my okra back.

Sounds like a bizarre Starfinder scenario.

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Yeah imagine a human wizard comes to the star finder society asking for Adventurers to help her get the rare ores(to build the rocket) and minerals(for powering up the rocket), then later to build the rocket while fending off Freehold the Okra hater.

The second part will be to fly to space and collect okra from green aliens who have stolen her okras. Of course, the moment the party gets to space, the wizard reverts to her true form, which is that of a large cat.


Still having the Okra debate eh? I had a weird few off days. Mostly I'm irritated that I got caught in a speed trap following with other traffic. Pulled me over and ticketed me and I was going slower then the two in front of me. Also he said he radar-ed me as he passed by me but sounds like BS to me. I would go to court but I was 3 hours out of town and I'm not driving back for it. So his little money making scheme (why isn't that word spelled just skeme?) works.


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haunted house season here. We have a old "haunted" hospital close to our hotel so we get those people staying with us that come in early morning after going to it. Really the more I learned about psychology the less I believe in ghosts. Now leprechauns those little buggers are out there.


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They're always after me Lucky Charms...


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Still having the Okra debate eh? I had a weird few off days. Mostly I'm irritated that I got caught in a speed trap following with other traffic. Pulled me over and ticketed me and I was going slower then the two in front of me. Also he said he radar-ed me as he passed by me but sounds like BS to me. I would go to court but I was 3 hours out of town and I'm not driving back for it. So his little money making scheme (why isn't that word spelled just skeme?) works.

always fight a ticket whenever you can.


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Dammit. Now I can’t stop thinking about Lucky Charms.


Freehold DM wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
Still having the Okra debate eh? I had a weird few off days. Mostly I'm irritated that I got caught in a speed trap following with other traffic. Pulled me over and ticketed me and I was going slower then the two in front of me. Also he said he radar-ed me as he passed by me but sounds like BS to me. I would go to court but I was 3 hours out of town and I'm not driving back for it. So his little money making scheme (why isn't that word spelled just skeme?) works.
always fight a ticket whenever you can.

Go to court to fight it. At least 70% of the time the ticketing officer doesn't show up and it therefore gets thrown out.


3 hour drive their and 3 hours back added to the fact it will be during the day when I sleep. As much as I would like too it's just not worth it.


Forgot to grab a new book tonight. Just finished the 2nd book of the name of the wind by Patrick Rothfuss. I recommend highly with the caution that he hasn't finished the third one yet and your gonna want a third one.

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Vidmaster7 wrote:
haunted house season here. We have a old "haunted" hospital close to our hotel so we get those people staying with us that come in early morning after going to it. Really the more I learned about psychology the less I believe in ghosts. Now leprechauns those little buggers are out there.

I don't know about that. Again I'm on the sensitive side so if there's anything to be picked up, I will sense it. I can't (and am grateful for the fact) see them, though.

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Vanykrye wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
Still having the Okra debate eh? I had a weird few off days. Mostly I'm irritated that I got caught in a speed trap following with other traffic. Pulled me over and ticketed me and I was going slower then the two in front of me. Also he said he radar-ed me as he passed by me but sounds like BS to me. I would go to court but I was 3 hours out of town and I'm not driving back for it. So his little money making scheme (why isn't that word spelled just skeme?) works.
always fight a ticket whenever you can.
Go to court to fight it. At least 70% of the time the ticketing officer doesn't show up and it therefore gets thrown out.

Isn't it expensive and time consuming to go to court?

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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Still having the Okra debate eh? I had a weird few off days. Mostly I'm irritated that I got caught in a speed trap following with other traffic. Pulled me over and ticketed me and I was going slower then the two in front of me. Also he said he radar-ed me as he passed by me but sounds like BS to me. I would go to court but I was 3 hours out of town and I'm not driving back for it. So his little money making scheme (why isn't that word spelled just skeme?) works.

He should pull over the other two in front as well. I think he just read that you weren't local so did it to you.

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quibblemuch wrote:
They're always after me Lucky Charms...

I would be after your lucky charms as well =)


Just a Mort wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
Still having the Okra debate eh? I had a weird few off days. Mostly I'm irritated that I got caught in a speed trap following with other traffic. Pulled me over and ticketed me and I was going slower then the two in front of me. Also he said he radar-ed me as he passed by me but sounds like BS to me. I would go to court but I was 3 hours out of town and I'm not driving back for it. So his little money making scheme (why isn't that word spelled just skeme?) works.
He should pull over the other two in front as well. I think he just read that you weren't local so did it to you.

That was my exact thought as well.


Just a Mort wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
haunted house season here. We have a old "haunted" hospital close to our hotel so we get those people staying with us that come in early morning after going to it. Really the more I learned about psychology the less I believe in ghosts. Now leprechauns those little buggers are out there.
I don't know about that. Again I'm on the sensitive side so if there's anything to be picked up, I will sense it. I can't (and am grateful for the fact) see them, though.

They probably hide from cats especially. I know how cats treat smaller animals.


Just a Mort wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
Still having the Okra debate eh? I had a weird few off days. Mostly I'm irritated that I got caught in a speed trap following with other traffic. Pulled me over and ticketed me and I was going slower then the two in front of me. Also he said he radar-ed me as he passed by me but sounds like BS to me. I would go to court but I was 3 hours out of town and I'm not driving back for it. So his little money making scheme (why isn't that word spelled just skeme?) works.
always fight a ticket whenever you can.
Go to court to fight it. At least 70% of the time the ticketing officer doesn't show up and it therefore gets thrown out.
Isn't it expensive and time consuming to go to court?

Short term, it's just as expensive as paying the fine (at least in IL). Long term, it's cheaper than it hitting your insurance with a moving violation.

Time spent, aside from your 6 hour drive in the wrong half of your day, is entirely dependent on the court.

Google Maps this one: I once had to drive from Roberts IL to Bloomington IL, but I had to stop at a courthouse in Skokie IL because I didn't have the newest insurance card on me. Had to be there by 9am, but my case wasn't called until about 10:30. I showed that I did indeed have insurance and the case was tossed.


Yeah It's all a pain.

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Mmph there was this Navy exhibition at the place I'm working and an opportunity to go up a stealth frigate. I managed to slip a fast craft utility boat ride during lunch after running to sentosa to buy my brothers bak kut teh packets but the queue to go up the stealth frigate was too long.


Maybe you should of snuck aboard all stealthy like I feel that would be appropriate in that situation.

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There's only one entrance and I'm encumbered(by bulky items), so I get a - 5 to all stealth checks =(

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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Forgot to grab a new book tonight. Just finished the 2nd book of the name of the wind by Patrick Rothfuss. I recommend highly with the caution that he hasn't finished the third one yet and your gonna want a third one.

Ive just started in the first book.


Woran wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
Forgot to grab a new book tonight. Just finished the 2nd book of the name of the wind by Patrick Rothfuss. I recommend highly with the caution that he hasn't finished the third one yet and your gonna want a third one.
Ive just started in the first book.

Prepare yourself to be upset that the 3rd book isn't out.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Woran wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
Forgot to grab a new book tonight. Just finished the 2nd book of the name of the wind by Patrick Rothfuss. I recommend highly with the caution that he hasn't finished the third one yet and your gonna want a third one.
Ive just started in the first book.
Prepare yourself to be upset that the 3rd book isn't out.

Relevant excerpt from Critical Role. (Watch it for about a minute, you'll see.)


Hi, everyone.

I can't catch a break. My back pain heals and now I have a cold. Typical.


Sorry you're still feeling off-key, John. Sniffles are pretty much inescape
able at this time of year, unfortunately.


John Napier 698 wrote:

Hi, everyone.

I can't catch a break. My back pain heals and now I have a cold. Typical.

Well, hopefully, it doesn't hurt when you sneeze like it would otherwise!


DungeonmasterCal wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:

Hi, everyone.

I can't catch a break. My back pain heals and now I have a cold. Typical.

Well, hopefully, it doesn't hurt when you sneeze like it would otherwise!

No, it doesn't hurt when I sneeze.


John Napier 698 wrote:
DungeonmasterCal wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:

Hi, everyone.

I can't catch a break. My back pain heals and now I have a cold. Typical.

Well, hopefully, it doesn't hurt when you sneeze like it would otherwise!
No, it doesn't hurt when I sneeze.

Uh-oh...that's the first sign of something really serious...when it no longer hurts...

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Yeah winter and everyone sort of catches colds due to the weather. I had a stomachache last night. Me and coconut don't mix very well.

It was because I humoured my mom to try some coconut desert last night.


I am fond of coconut in curries.

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Limeylongears wrote:
I am fond of coconut in curries.

I am fond of curry. The dry version, without coconut or any milk added.

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Moral of story:Eating sweet deserts doesn't pay off.

I've got certain vulnerabilities now I rewired my system, like coconut and glutinous rice. Eating too much of either will cause me a stomachache.


I agree Mort I tend to like the dry curries better. I like both but the dry is better for me.

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I just entertained myself on the bouldering wall doing V0-V1 routes. There's quite a large learning curve for V1-V2 routes, I feel.


I also just got done entertaining myself with bouldering.

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Stone_Giant wrote:
I also just got done entertaining myself with bouldering.

Can I climb yous?


That is awful forward of you small cat.

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Stone_Giant wrote:
That is awful forward of you small cat.

But you're a stone and I climb rocks!


I've noticed stone giants look more and more like stone golems as time passes. They were grey sure but now they look like big rock statues.

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