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.candy 8:13am, 9 April 2006
And thinking, should I change my name now that I don't live at the beach anymore?
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.candy 12 years ago
sss, I look a bit like her...you might find me in my photos, maybe not...
And believe it, I most def have special powers, baby ;)
maddog. 12 years ago
I'm going to make chunky peanut butter toast.
supersugarsnaps 12 years ago
mmm, chunky
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antomic 12 years ago
who DOESN'T love chunky peanutbutter...

and might i point out she loves you more than any others here with breasts and ovaries...
maddog. 12 years ago
John Byrne drew that.
Doh.
maddog. 12 years ago
It's early for ovaries.
supersugarsnaps 12 years ago
you're in Australia? you are geographically undesirable... figures
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antomic 12 years ago
it's never too early for ovaries
maddog. 12 years ago
Yeah, I guess not. I'm hungry too, best get the frying pan out.
.candy Posted 12 years ago. Edited by .candy (member) 12 years ago
You might, but I'm not sure you'd be right.
Anyone want some ovaries, speaking of? I am not going to use these...
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antomic 12 years ago
mmm... chunky peanutbutter ovary s'mores!
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antomic 12 years ago
i think i just grossed myself out.
.candy 12 years ago
How about ovary egg toast?
.candy 12 years ago
It would be microscopic people caviar...probably more tangy than salty...
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antomic 12 years ago
mmm....tangy eggs
maddog. 12 years ago
This is making me hungry. later.
.candy 12 years ago
sss, I have never been called 'geographically undesirable' before. I can't decide how I feel about that yet.

Wait for it



No, no, I don't think I like it.
maddog. 12 years ago
Lamb's brain on the BBQ, Wellington NZ, Feb 2006

Breakfast.
supersugarsnaps 12 years ago
it means that all that keeps us apart is distance... it's a compliment.
maddog. 12 years ago
I might make a special room in here just for you two, so you can be that little bit closer.
.candy 12 years ago
Cute.
Your brains got me to thinking and I've got to start making dinner. Massive lasagna to be birthed this evening from my kitchen. If only I can find the proper ingredients here in Australia...
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antomic Posted 12 years ago. Edited by antomic (admin) 12 years ago
australia isn't that far away. it's halfway around the globe. big whup. been there. done that.

it's like flying from LA to NY to LA to NY - nonstop
supersugarsnaps 12 years ago
I'm sorry maddog... I didn't mean to leave you out... I just didn't know you wanted my type of affection.
maddog. 12 years ago
Eh?

As a woman passes her daughter's closed bedroom door, she heard a strange buzzing noise coming from within.

Opening the door, she observed her daughter giving herself a real workout with a vibrator.

Shocked, she asked: "what in the world are you doing?"

The daughter replied: "mom, I'm thirty-five years old, unmarried, and this thing is about as close as I'll ever get to a husband. Please, go away and leave me lone.''

The next day, the girl's father heard the same buzz coming from the other side of the closed bedroom door.
Upon entering the room, he observed his daughter making passionate love to her vibrator.

To his query as to what she was doing, the daughter said: "dad I'm thirty-five, unmarried, and this thing is about as close as I'll ever get to a husband.
Please, go away and leave me alone."

A couple of days later the wife came home from a shopping trip, placed the groceries on the kitchen table and heard a buzzing noise coming from, of all places, the living room.

She entered and observed her husband sitting on the couch, downing a cold beer, and staring at the TV.

The vibrator was next to him on the couch, buzzing like crazy.

The wife asked 'what the hell are you doing?'
The husband replied "I'm watching footy with my son in law!'"


Just got that on an email. Sorry, it's a bit crap.
.candy 12 years ago
It feels pretty fuckin far away to me, though. Farthest from home I've ever been...
I only know one person here so far...and am having less than good luck finding work.
Thus all the spare time for drinking and blah blah about my ovaries.

So I'm making a gigantic lasagna. Anyone wanting a slice will need to send a self addressed box with dry ice.
maddog. 12 years ago
Aussies are bloody friendly, you'll be fine.
.candy 12 years ago
They really are, so far at least.
Okay, I'm off to find exotic Italian spices.
*kisses*
maddog. 12 years ago
Though they are all descended from criminals.
Remind them about that to spice up conversation.
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antomic Posted 12 years ago. Edited by antomic (admin) 12 years ago
one tried to punch me.

and it wasn't even russell crowe.
.candy 12 years ago
I'm trying to keep my americanism to a minimum...but your advice has been filed under 'do not do this.'
(PS I just moved from a town that descended from pirates, so I should be OK, right? No one here seems to mind me wandering the streets screaming, "Yarrgh, me booty!")
supersugarsnaps 12 years ago
is it vegetarian?
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antomic 12 years ago
so candy, when in australia, as an american, if you see a 50 something grayhaired aussie walk in a restaurant with a teenaged asian girl under his arm, don't roll your eyes and raise your eyebrows. especially when he is looking right at you. m'kay?
.candy 12 years ago
How can I tell if he's Australian just by looking, though?

*is really leaving to go shopping for lasagna stuff*
Nope, not vegetarian. Me like meat.
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antomic 12 years ago
you can just tell. they're the ones who look like pissed off brits.
supersugarsnaps 12 years ago
meat=yuck
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antomic 12 years ago
meat meat meat. yum yum yum

steak steak steak. burger burger burger.

F=U
betsymartian 12 years ago
you all think I'm gonna ban you for all kinds of shit, don't ya?

PS supersugarsnaps I'm surprised at you not being all about the meat.
supersugarsnaps 12 years ago
I like meat... a LOT... but only if it's attached to a living man.
betsymartian 12 years ago
heh heh heh I hear ya brother
supersugarsnaps 12 years ago
Betsy is up... life is good
maddog. 12 years ago
Brains are best. Apparently eating them increases your iq.
Of course, sheep brains probably don't help much.
.candy 12 years ago
Baaaa
maddog. 12 years ago
*this thread has gone a bit mental*
.candy 12 years ago
Well I can bring it all home for us with this glass of lovely merlot...drinkin again, yessiree
maddog. 12 years ago
supersugarsnaps 12 years ago
me too... a nice Zinfandel
maddog. 12 years ago
www.aa.org/?Media=PlayFlash

I'm just here to help.
.candy 12 years ago
Alcoholics anonymous is for anonymous quitters
maddog. 12 years ago
A mate of mine is a serious alcoholic and got done for drink-driving recently. His business is kaputski and he lives in someone's shed in their yard.
I'm not going near a pub or the cellar til Wednesday.
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antomic 12 years ago
i have a nice bottle of cabernet merlot from new south wales.

too bad i don't drink.
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antomic Posted 12 years ago. Edited by antomic (admin) 12 years ago
hey! we're back on topic! way to GO!

only took 2 pages.
maddog. 12 years ago
.candy 12 years ago
Well it doesn't take me much to catch a buzz. I bartended for many years and true alcoholism is tragic when untreated. I hope your friend gets the help he needs.
I've seen too many of my friends drink their lives away...
Whoop, need a refill...and have to go tend to my meat...
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antomic 12 years ago
i've been tending to my meat all week.
.candy 12 years ago
Yes, I saw
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maddog. 12 years ago
Mike left AA cos they changed the bloke who ran it here and he said the new guy was pushing religon too much. But that was probably just an excuse.

If Jack Daniel hadn't come up with that shit I'd be fine, it's devilfire.
.candy 12 years ago
I stay away from Jack but I do love a nice bourbon...
Must go stir things
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