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zero 12-30-2011 02:20 PM

qotd20111230

¿are you a biter or a sucker?

(this is of course with specific regard to your hard candy eating technique. when you get or are given a piece of it and you pop it into your mouth, do you bite it or suck it...

or what?)

Frieda 12-31-2011 08:37 AM

bite

Coffee 12-31-2011 01:10 PM

Both

YsaPur EsChomuw 01-01-2012 11:26 AM

depends on the type of candy and momentary mood

some are sucked until they're ice thin then crushed by the tongue against the palate

those with some filling can be sucked a bit then crunched to get to the gooey goodiness

brightpearl 01-01-2012 07:25 PM

I chew unreservedly regardless of the type of sweet.

xfox 01-01-2012 07:26 PM

One piece of toffee is never enough. I savor it slowly, especially if it's chocolate covered.

mmmmm.

brightpearl 01-01-2012 07:39 PM

^The Russell Stovers chews assortment has this Roman nougat thing that I love beyond all reason. I simply cannot pace myself. It's pitiful, really. :D

lukkucairi 01-01-2012 10:56 PM

chomp chomp chomp

zero 01-02-2012 01:25 PM

i am reminded of occasions when i have given a piece of barleysugar or similar hard candy to lazy manfred. the sound of his mahoosive molars crunching up a lump of barleysugar is one of the best sounds in existence. should you ever encounter a horse at such time as you happen to have some hard candy in your pocket, i urge you to offer forth a piece of it in the palm of your hand and then stand back and enjoy the marvelous sounds that will ensue.

:)

12"razormix 01-03-2012 05:55 AM



zero ( out loud )
i am reminded of occasions when i have given a piece of barleysugar or similar hard candy
to lazy manfred. the sound of his mahoosive molars crunching up a lump of barleysugar is
one of the best sounds in existence.

razomrix ( thinking )
milk
bread
butter
...
fresh parsley
tomatoes
...
oh and soap!
soap and toothpaste..




Brynn 01-05-2012 08:27 AM

YES

funkytuba 01-06-2012 06:10 PM

(which one is which?)

brightpearl 01-09-2012 08:50 AM

New Q of the Day:

For me, it's BubuLubu, hands down.

Faintly fruity silicone caulk and melted styrofoam peanuts, layered with a brown coating so waxy I can only conclude it to be...brown wax. I had it once in Mexico and had told my older one how awful it is. He insisted on trying it just to be contrary. He's never asked for it again.


What's your least favorite candy?

zero 01-09-2012 09:18 AM

it's unavailable in this neck o' the woods but that's prolly no accident because, as i once discovered to my initial disappointment and subsequent disgust, the taste of hershey's chocolate bears an uncanny resemblance to that of vomit.

brightpearl 01-09-2012 09:50 AM

^Ooooh, I've never had a Hershey's chocolate bear!! Are they special for Easter? I imagine once you pick the hairs out they're quite tasty.

zero 01-09-2012 10:21 AM

you like the taste of vomit?

brightpearl 01-09-2012 12:48 PM

You're right; Hershey's bear vomit probably doesn't hold a candle to my usual Whizzo's lark's vomit.

xfox 01-29-2012 12:02 PM

Is a truck a conventional passenger automobile?

brightpearl 01-29-2012 08:56 PM

Here in Texas you can be incarcerated for merely entertaining the idea that it isn't.

Brynn 01-30-2012 07:03 PM

No, it is not. A truck is for mounting gun racks on and hauling other people's couches in.

Coffee 01-31-2012 12:37 PM

A truck is a work vehicle used to haul work stuff around in and get dented and dirty regularly.
A truck used to commute in becomes an automobile. Putting low profile tires and blingy rims on a truck reduces it to permanent non-truck status.
Regular washing and waxing of a truck is suspiciously car like activity and should be regarded as potential automobile usage.

Brynn 02-02-2012 03:05 PM

Agreed. We shall ignore the deeper Freudian implications that are associated with constantly polishing a bigger vehicle than one actually needs for daily commuting...

Frieda 02-02-2012 05:22 PM

no.

Frieda 02-09-2012 05:21 PM

?? Do you play wordfeud ??

YsaPur EsChomuw 02-10-2012 07:26 PM

n/a

brightpearl 02-10-2012 07:52 PM

My phone isn't smart enough. :(

xfox 02-12-2012 02:15 PM

No, but I found this on Google Fights

BTW thanks all for your answers on my last question. Really good, and funny! I'm in agreement with the no group, anyway.

MoJoRiSin 02-12-2012 06:21 PM

As of this minute yes


However,
I am no good at scrabble :)

Brynn 04-19-2012 08:48 AM

New question of the day:

Do some people really judge each other by their shoes? What information do shoes impart?

Brynn 04-19-2012 08:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by funkytuba (Post 430105)
(which one is which?)

oh - a little and a lot of both
Sorry. Back to the shoes.

Frieda 04-19-2012 06:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Brynn (Post 430967)
New question of the day:

Do some people really judge each other by their shoes? What information do shoes impart?

I look at people's shoes because they tell me stuff and i have a thing for shoes, there's not necessarily judging involved though. Shoes tell me a lot about the wearer's personality and mood. i check whether they match the outfit, are appropriate for the occasion, worn out or brand new, too high or not high enough. It's all a reflection of someone's choices at that point in time. and sometimes, shoes can be quite offensive.

Coffee 04-19-2012 11:27 PM


This person is a fvcking Clown...that sounded kinda judgmental though.


Whoever this is, he is forbidden to set foot on my boat...nothing personal though, just don't want leaks through my decking.

brightpearl 04-19-2012 11:40 PM

Sometimes I think shoes are the most salient part of a person's outfit in terms of what their clothing choices say, but this probably depends on how a person feels about shoes...some folks think of them as pretty utilitarian, an afterthought, and other people just may not have the cash to buy the shoes they'd like to have, and while that may say something, it doesn't say a lot. Shoe-loving people with a little disposable income are maybe more likely to reveal something by their choices.

Earlier this evening I saw a lovely young lady attending a school function, and she chose a dress that was too short and stilettos worthy of a Vegas stripper, but I think she was just trying to look grown up. Probably some people will think she's trashy, though, poor baby. :(

I confess that although I am a cheapskate and haven't spent more than 30 bucks on a pair of shoes in a really, really long time, I love them and have too many. I have to dress conservatively at work, but I let my goofy streak show in my socks and shoes sometimes. I just bought a pair of these:


I'm not sure what they say, but they met my criteria by being funky and $14.99 on sale.

brightpearl 04-19-2012 11:41 PM

PS Coffee made me laugh. :D

YsaPur EsChomuw 04-20-2012 12:36 AM

I often judge people by visible clues (shoes, hair, nails, teeth, gestures, clothes, etc.) Often, I am very wrong about them.

Coffee 04-20-2012 11:23 AM

^ x 10

zero 04-21-2012 05:42 PM

what's going on here?

MoJoRiSin 04-22-2012 12:23 AM

that's
hard to explain

brightpearl 04-22-2012 07:14 AM

There's a hole in the bucket, I guess.

Hyakujo's Fox 04-22-2012 12:59 PM

wouldn't you like to know.


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