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Dr. Medulla wrote:
15 Aug 2020, 9:46pm
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Oh god, don't drink that bottled shit. That's not even tea. Brewed is the only way to go.
I've confessed here before that until we moved to NC, our iced tea was powdered. Horrible, I know. The deserved scorn we received was significant. Properly brewed iced tea is proof of god's grace.
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Because regular Oreos weren't cutting it?
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revbob wrote:
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Because regular Oreos weren't cutting it?
I'm not a fan of Oreos and the idea of eating one deep fried sounded gross to me...until I tried it. Oh. My. Dog.

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Mimi wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 4:37pm
revbob wrote:
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Because regular Oreos weren't cutting it?
I'm not a fan of Oreos and the idea of eating one deep fried sounded gross to me...until I tried it. Oh. My. Dog.
It's right down the road Mimi, stop on by.

I like Oreos, but rarely eat them, or cookies for that matter but no way I could bring myself to do it.

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An announcement: I have returned to shaving with a blade. I switched to an electric several years ago because of a dry patch on my chin that would get seriously inflamed by shaving, but since giving up meat I noticed the dryness mostly gone. Then I started using the Boss' heavy-duty moisturizer, which took care of the rest. And because an electric is never as good as a blade, the other day I decided to try out the blade again and see how my chin responded. All good and I once again have a face that feels legit smooth after shaving. Update your files on me accordingly.
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
17 Aug 2020, 10:27am
An announcement: I have returned to shaving with a blade. I switched to an electric several years ago because of a dry patch on my chin that would get seriously inflamed by shaving, but since giving up meat I noticed the dryness mostly gone. Then I started using the Boss' heavy-duty moisturizer, which took care of the rest. And because an electric is never as good as a blade, the other day I decided to try out the blade again and see how my chin responded. All good and I once again have a face that feels legit smooth after shaving. Update your files on me accordingly.
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JennyB wrote:
17 Aug 2020, 10:32am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
17 Aug 2020, 10:27am
An announcement: I have returned to shaving with a blade. I switched to an electric several years ago because of a dry patch on my chin that would get seriously inflamed by shaving, but since giving up meat I noticed the dryness mostly gone. Then I started using the Boss' heavy-duty moisturizer, which took care of the rest. And because an electric is never as good as a blade, the other day I decided to try out the blade again and see how my chin responded. All good and I once again have a face that feels legit smooth after shaving. Update your files on me accordingly.
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Silent Majority wrote:
17 Aug 2020, 10:33am
JennyB wrote:
17 Aug 2020, 10:32am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
17 Aug 2020, 10:27am
An announcement: I have returned to shaving with a blade. I switched to an electric several years ago because of a dry patch on my chin that would get seriously inflamed by shaving, but since giving up meat I noticed the dryness mostly gone. Then I started using the Boss' heavy-duty moisturizer, which took care of the rest. And because an electric is never as good as a blade, the other day I decided to try out the blade again and see how my chin responded. All good and I once again have a face that feels legit smooth after shaving. Update your files on me accordingly.
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
17 Aug 2020, 10:27am
An announcement: I have returned to shaving with a blade. I switched to an electric several years ago because of a dry patch on my chin that would get seriously inflamed by shaving, but since giving up meat I noticed the dryness mostly gone. Then I started using the Boss' heavy-duty moisturizer, which took care of the rest. And because an electric is never as good as a blade, the other day I decided to try out the blade again and see how my chin responded. All good and I once again have a face that feels legit smooth after shaving. Update your files on me accordingly.
Interesting. Did you eat a lot?

I haven't had beef in two months. Tbh, I can't really say I notice any difference.

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Mimi wrote:
17 Aug 2020, 10:38am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
17 Aug 2020, 10:27am
An announcement: I have returned to shaving with a blade. I switched to an electric several years ago because of a dry patch on my chin that would get seriously inflamed by shaving, but since giving up meat I noticed the dryness mostly gone. Then I started using the Boss' heavy-duty moisturizer, which took care of the rest. And because an electric is never as good as a blade, the other day I decided to try out the blade again and see how my chin responded. All good and I once again have a face that feels legit smooth after shaving. Update your files on me accordingly.
Interesting. Did you eat a lot?

I haven't had beef in two months. Tbh, I can't really say I notice any difference.
No, I was never a major carnivore, so the switch wasn't especially dramatic, just deciding against those last few meat options, like on pizza or burgers. And I'm not super militant about it. If I'm at someone's home or at a restaurant where meat is the only option, that's fine. But as long as I have the choice, I'll skip it.
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How is there not a sex/dating site called KinkedIn?

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Dr. Medulla wrote:
17 Aug 2020, 12:36pm
Mimi wrote:
17 Aug 2020, 10:38am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
17 Aug 2020, 10:27am
An announcement: I have returned to shaving with a blade. I switched to an electric several years ago because of a dry patch on my chin that would get seriously inflamed by shaving, but since giving up meat I noticed the dryness mostly gone. Then I started using the Boss' heavy-duty moisturizer, which took care of the rest. And because an electric is never as good as a blade, the other day I decided to try out the blade again and see how my chin responded. All good and I once again have a face that feels legit smooth after shaving. Update your files on me accordingly.
Interesting. Did you eat a lot?

I haven't had beef in two months. Tbh, I can't really say I notice any difference.
No, I was never a major carnivore, so the switch wasn't especially dramatic, just deciding against those last few meat options, like on pizza or burgers. And I'm not super militant about it. If I'm at someone's home or at a restaurant where meat is the only option, that's fine. But as long as I have the choice, I'll skip it.
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revbob wrote:
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How is there not a sex/dating site called KinkedIn?
How do you know there isn't? :shifty:

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Mimi wrote:
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revbob wrote:
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How is there not a sex/dating site called KinkedIn?
How do you know there isn't? :shifty:
I checked. But not well enough. They had to change to trykinkedin.com

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Catching up on the tea talk. I hate tea, it just has a taste I don't like. Been a coffee man since I was 13. I also can't fathom why cockneys have this obsession with it. Do they have different taste buds to the rest of the country?

Saying that, I do like the long island iced tea that my local pub does. Only problem is I'm not sure if it has tea in it. I think it's mainly 6 different spirits and coke.
There's a tiny, tiny hopeful part of me that says you guys are running a Kaufmanesque long con on the board

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