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What Food Do You Absolutely Hate?
More than one 33%
Liver 19%
None of the above 10%
Tofu 6%
Brussel Sprouts 4%
Anchovies 3%
Sushi 3%
Spam/Treet Meat 3%
Blue Cheese 3%
Other ( Discuss on PD board ) 2%
Mushrooms 2%
Lima beans 2%
Vienna sausages 1%
Broccoli 1%
Avocado 1%
Cottage cheese 1%
Beets 1%
Tomatoes 1%
Raisins 1%
Shrimp 1%
Eggplant 1%
Coconut 1%
Bell peppers 0%
Spinach 0%
Bacon 0%
Oatmeal 0%
Cabbage 0%
Tuna 0%
Pickles 0%
Baked beans 0%
Cantaloupe 0%
Bologna 0%
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(#5464389) Re: Haggis. .
Posted by Jools on 4 Feb 2023 at 3:07AM
I thought neeps were swede?
(#5464335) Re: Turnips
Posted by GinnyB on 4 Feb 2023 at 1:34AM
I love Turnip fritters. Mashed turnips, a bit of flour and an egg, then fried in a pan.. like pancakes.. but smaller..
(#5464122) Re: Turnips
Posted by will648 on 3 Feb 2023 at 7:00AM
I happen to love the flavor and texture of turnips. So good! Thereís no accounting for taste.
(#5464051) Re: Haggis. .
Posted by Totty on 3 Feb 2023 at 12:14AM
Heart, liver and lungs I think. Minced, oatmeal added with seasoning and cooked in a tight bag, so effectively it's steamed from the inside when cooked. When the bag is pierced there's a beautiful moment of steam escaping before it splits open under the pressure.

Served with mashed neeps and tatties (turnips and pototoes)

Few things about being Scottish are SO Scottish as Haggis. Smiling
(#5464050) Re: Haggis. .
Posted by GinnyB on 3 Feb 2023 at 12:05AM
What animal organs do they use? I used to make a stew with lambs tongue, heart, head, lungs, tripe and a few other organs.. Used to cook them for hours then serve it with a "garlic water" (diced garlic with water) diced hard bread and lots of lemon juice.. It was a Traditional New Years day dinner., We called it PATCHA,,
(#5464017) Re: Haggis. .
Posted by bobby b 71 on 2 Feb 2023 at 9:19PM
This Haggis begins to interest me. Anyone know anyway I can get some here in the states?
(#5463870) Re: It's a lot of...
Posted by Jools on 2 Feb 2023 at 10:30AM
There was something on BBC world ews travel show the other day with a Scottish / Chinese celebration, included a recipe for a stir-fry haggis recipe with a chilli/whisky dip
(#5463853) Re: It's a lot of...
Posted by Jools on 2 Feb 2023 at 9:59AM
Offal are the internal organs, heart, liver, kidneys etc
(#5463847) Re: It's a lot of...
Posted by Big Giant Head on 2 Feb 2023 at 8:58AM
Haggis is one of the great culinary delights available to mankind.
(#5463817) Re: It's a lot of...
Posted by Lady Butterfly on 2 Feb 2023 at 6:42AM
What is "offal" from a sheep? Is like a lunch meat, a roast? how is it cooked, fried, baked, boiled???
(#5463809) Re: It's a lot of...
Posted by Totty on 2 Feb 2023 at 6:11AM
Haggis is basically seasoned offal from a sheep, minced and cooked in a skin, which was originally the stomach lining, but is now artificial. It has a fabulous flavour and texture, and is traditionally eaten in Scotland on Burns' Night, the birthday of the Scottish poet Robert Burns, whose poem "Address To A Haggis" is often read out as the haggis is presented to the room. With someone playing bagpipes in a kilt of course!

Best line of the poem (for me) is "Great chieftain of the pudding race", something I often call my cat.
(#5463056) Re: It's a lot of...
Posted by Lady Butterfly on 31 Jan 2023 at 1:00AM
Ok, never ever tried Haggis, what is it anyway? I have heard of it..
Isn't it funny how we develop our taste's? When my son was about 2 my husband put some spinich in his mashed potatoes, well he discovered it was in there before he ate it and would NEVER try it.. I don't think he even got it into his mouth.. He still won't eat it..
(#5463041) Re: It's a lot of...
Posted by Jools on 30 Jan 2023 at 10:46PM
my wife says they used to feed their dogs tripe when she was growing up and the smell of it cooking was disgusting, this soup obviously had a lot of spices added
(#5462875) Re: It's a lot of...
Posted by Lady Butterfly on 30 Jan 2023 at 10:08AM
A neighbor was making soup and I said that smells so good, well she came over and gave me a cup of her soup, the smell was Curry, love it, but it was tripe, can't say I hated it, I don't think it had any taste, and was really chewy like grizzle, wouldn't eat it again but it sure did smell good.. Smiling
(#5462779) Offal
Posted by fatdaddy on 30 Jan 2023 at 3:02AM
Liver is pretty bad as is most other offal.
(#5462520) Re: Never tasted, but.....
Posted by TaraRayne on 29 Jan 2023 at 11:27AM
Raw clams and oysters are mot sushi and are not called sushi now. Apparently you have never been to an actual sushi restaurant.
(#5462510) Re: It's a lot of...
Posted by Jools on 29 Jan 2023 at 10:45AM
Can't say I've ever wanted to try tripe either
(#5462509) Re: It's a lot of...
Posted by Robyn Hode on 29 Jan 2023 at 10:42AM
Dinnae Ken
(#5462489) It's a lot of...
Posted by Totty on 29 Jan 2023 at 9:21AM
My dad loved tripe. Tripe and onions especially. BLEEEEEUUCH. The only food I will never, ever eat. And I'm Scottish, so had haggis twice last week for Burn's Night and leftovers!! It's not as offal as it sounds. Winking 1
(#5462454) Re: Spam. Tofu. Vienna sausages
Posted by hoof hearted on 29 Jan 2023 at 7:08AM
I love tofu. So many ways to fix it.
(#5462193) Re: Spam. Tofu. Vienna sausages
Posted by Rabbits2 on 28 Jan 2023 at 1:15PM
I love Spam but my heart doctor wants me to eat it sparingly
(#5462066) Re: Never tasted, but.....
Posted by Jools on 28 Jan 2023 at 3:54AM
Sushi is a vinegared rice dish, sashimi is raw fish and meats
(#5462065) Re: Spam. Tofu. Vienna sausages
Posted by Jools on 28 Jan 2023 at 3:50AM
has anyone "tasted" tofu?
(#5462060) Turnips
Posted by chessnut64 on 28 Jan 2023 at 2:41AM
I'll eat any of the listed foods but I HATE turnips! They have a funky flavor that I can't get past. I love all other vegetables but I'll never put a turnip in my mouth ever again!
(#5462008) Re: Spam. Tofu. Vienna sausages
Posted by GinnyB on 28 Jan 2023 at 1:11AM
TO Me Treat meat is any kind of canned processed meats, eg spam, Armour meat, or even the Vienna sausages.. All PROCESSED MEATS,.

Tofu is curd made from mashed soybeans, used chiefly in Asian and vegetarian cooking.

I've heard Vegans make tofu turkey and color it..

To me it's very bland tasteless processed junk..
(#5461995) Re: Spam. Tofu. Vienna sausages
Posted by Lady Butterfly on 27 Jan 2023 at 11:03PM
What is Treet meat, never heard of it.. I haven't tasted Tofo..
(#5461983) Spam. Tofu. Vienna sausages
Posted by GinnyB on 27 Jan 2023 at 9:32PM
These three things make me want to gag!!!!!
(#5461982) Re: Never tasted, but.....
Posted by GinnyB on 27 Jan 2023 at 9:32PM
Happen to LOVE LOVE LOVE SUSHI, When I was younger we'd have a Clam/Oyster bar in the next town and Dad used to take us kids that liked it to that place on Saturday nights.. Not to mention going "Down to the Shore" and eating clams and oysters on the half shell.. That's what they call sushi now. LOLOL
(#5461964) Re: Never tasted, but.....
Posted by Lady Butterfly on 27 Jan 2023 at 8:16PM
That is true, or so I've heard..
(#5461960) Re: Rewatch series
Posted by Sucker For Mystery 53 on 27 Jan 2023 at 8:05PM
I love The Twilight Zone, too! I find it useful for anecdotes in every day life (though my friends and coworkers usually have no frame of reference lol).
(#5461955) Re: What Food Do You Absolutely Hate?
Posted by hoof hearted on 27 Jan 2023 at 7:48PM
Same. I eat just about everything
(#5461922) Re: Never tasted, but.....
Posted by Rabbits2 on 27 Jan 2023 at 6:24PM
Well we found out when I ate Clsms I was 12 thst I was allergic to them
(#5461898) Re: Never tasted, but.....
Posted by Lady Butterfly on 27 Jan 2023 at 4:24PM
I don't like shell fish either.. I would have sushi with just veggies.. I didn't think I didn't like so many things..
(#5461884) Re: Never tasted, but.....
Posted by Stinger2 on 27 Jan 2023 at 2:55PM
Deeee-lish!
(#5461879) Re: Never tasted, but.....
Posted by Watson on 27 Jan 2023 at 2:35PM
Try a California roll (my favorite): cucumber, crab or imitation crab and avocado
(#5461876) Re: Never tasted, but.....
Posted by Stinger2 on 27 Jan 2023 at 2:25PM
All sushi isn't raw fish.
(#5461865) Re: Never tasted, but.....
Posted by Lil Red on 27 Jan 2023 at 2:03PM
😝
(#5461858) Never tasted, but.....
Posted by Lady Butterfly on 27 Jan 2023 at 1:36PM
Suisi, can't hardly say it without gaging, don't like rare meat and can't even think about eating raw fish..
(#5461836) Re: What Food Do You Absolutely Hate?
Posted by verclo on 27 Jan 2023 at 12:09PM
There are no foods that I Absolutely hate, just some that I enjoy more than others. Most of the foods on this list are ones I enjoy eating a lot. Especially liver, spinach and brussels sprouts. And no need for any ketchup to cover up the flavor of the liver.
(#5461825) Re: What Food Do You Absolutely Hate?
Posted by Lil Red on 27 Jan 2023 at 11:43AM
Me too, not enough ketchup for that. 😝
(#5461819) Re: What Food Do You Absolutely Hate?
Posted by Robyn Hode on 27 Jan 2023 at 11:10AM
Liver.
(#5461779) Re: What Food Do You Absolutely Hate?
Posted by Jools on 27 Jan 2023 at 8:45AM
nothing on the list I hate, a few I'm not keen on.
I don't like eggs, fatty meat or some fish much so avoid them where possible.

I never liked liver growing up, but that was mainly the way it was cooking. I've had it thinly sliced and pan-fried with the right sauce it's delicious. I've also made my own chicken-liver pate which is wonderful fresh
(#5461772) Re: What Food Do You Absolutely Hate?
Posted by Rabbits2 on 27 Jan 2023 at 8:34AM
Coconut
(#5461755) What Food Do You Absolutely Hate?
Posted by SaberRider on 27 Jan 2023 at 7:50AM
Ivoted for "Other", because I hate bamboo shoots and canned beef.
(#5461593) Rewatch series
Posted by dolcol (LAW-10) on 26 Jan 2023 at 3:51PM
The only Series I rewatch is Rod Serling's Twilight Zone. I watch it EVERY year during its marathon. I LOVE it.
(#5461235) Re: Junk mail
Posted by * butterfly 1968 * on 25 Jan 2023 at 6:44AM
My mom used to put junk mail in the envelope and mail it back too. I usually just use it for scrap paper.
(#5461130) Rewatch movies
Posted by Mystic Dreamer on 24 Jan 2023 at 6:26PM
YES! Right now itís 12 STRONG, then NOTTING HILL, DOWN PERISCOPE, HUNTER/KILLER, BATTLESHIP, and maybe anything John Wayne!
(#5460998) Junk Mail
Posted by yurkin on 24 Jan 2023 at 9:50AM
I use them to eat potato chips as disposable plate. Because I don't like getting my hand in the bag every time.
(#5460976) Re: Junk Mail
Posted by Jools on 24 Jan 2023 at 8:40AM
but most junk mail is sent from from other mail distributors that the royal mail has a legal requirement to deliver, they have to recover their costs by charging everyone else more for their services. Another flawed government policy to try and introduce competition than puts unnecessary costs on existing infrastructure
(#5460973) Re: Junk mail
Posted by Jools on 24 Jan 2023 at 8:35AM
unfortunately that wouldn't work in the UK, the post office has a legal requirement to deliver all post
(#5460823) Re: Junk Mail
Posted by Totty on 24 Jan 2023 at 1:22AM
That was my thought too! I think the cost of postage in the UK would put off even the most hardened junk mailer. They'd be bankrupt before the postman delivered to number 37! Grinning
(#5460812) Re: Junk Mail
Posted by rabbitoid on 24 Jan 2023 at 12:07AM
Weird. Reading the replies I realize that paper junk mail is still common in the US. For me junk mail is mainly what I get in the email. For that the SPAM filters are becoming quite good.
(#5460810) Re: Junk mail
Posted by BettyAnn on 23 Jan 2023 at 11:26PM
Where I live a red card or large red dot in or on my mailbox signifies NO JUNK MAIL. I never have to deal with junk mail.
(#5460758) Junk mail
Posted by harrymac on 23 Jan 2023 at 6:33PM
If it has a return envelope prepaid, I stuff it full and mail it back
(#5460737) Re: Junk Mail
Posted by Byson on 23 Jan 2023 at 5:05PM
USPS mail is returned free of charge. Its a included service, providing its not registered or signature conformation.
(#5460668) Re: Junk Mail
Posted by Robyn Hode on 23 Jan 2023 at 12:43PM
I tear it up, then throw in in the streets where it blows onto neighbors lawns and litters the neighborhood.
(#5460667) Re: Junk Mail
Posted by fatdaddy on 23 Jan 2023 at 12:42PM
I recycle it and if there is enough blank space I print S__tpuzzles (crossword puzzles used on the throne) before recycling them.
(#5460481) Re: Junk Mail
Posted by GinnyB on 22 Jan 2023 at 9:47PM
If sent by a person or company, I usually write on it and say, RETURN TO SENDER, and put it back in the mailbox.. Send it that way costs the sender return mail fees..
(#5460480) Re: Did you make a New Year's resolution?
Posted by GinnyB on 22 Jan 2023 at 9:44PM
Resolutions are a usually a major disappointment, due to the fact they usually are never fulfilled.. Never made one so never in my life have been disappointed by not fulfilling them.
(#5460151) Junk mail
Posted by Mystic Dreamer on 21 Jan 2023 at 8:39PM
I think of the waste of a tree!
(#5460149) Re: Junk Mail
Posted by Jools on 21 Jan 2023 at 8:21PM
Luckily I don't get much, but it normally goes straight into the recycling bin
(#5460127) Re: Junk Mail
Posted by latenite on 21 Jan 2023 at 7:26PM
in all seriousness, it doesn't take much to recycle paper.
(#5460117) Re: Junk Mail
Posted by cindygal on 21 Jan 2023 at 6:46PM
Burn it
(#5460111) Re: Junk Mail
Posted by hoof hearted on 21 Jan 2023 at 6:34PM
I burn it in the wood stove.
(#5460046) Junk Mail
Posted by EZZ9 on 21 Jan 2023 at 2:42PM
I put it in the outgoing box and I never see it again.
(#5459408) Re: Did you make a New Year's resolution?
Posted by fatdaddy on 19 Jan 2023 at 1:59PM
Almost 2/3 of us don't make resolutions. Bravo!
(#5458845) Re: Did you make a New Year's resolution?
Posted by Rabbits2 on 17 Jan 2023 at 10:31PM
No
(#5458843) Re: Did you make a New Year's resolution?
Posted by Jools on 17 Jan 2023 at 10:28PM
I don't think he has much chance, he hasn't played since 2012
(#5458714) Re: Did you make a New Year's resolution?
Posted by Robyn Hode on 17 Jan 2023 at 1:17PM
To be as smart as rabbitoid.
(#5458711) Re: Did you make a New Year's resolution?
Posted by Jools on 17 Jan 2023 at 1:09PM
I made a resolution about 20 years ago to never make another resolution - so far I've stuck to it
(#5458685) Did you make a New Year's resolution?
Posted by rabbitoid on 17 Jan 2023 at 11:51AM
Yes! Achieve total world domination.
(#5458370) Re: what room
Posted by smooth move on 16 Jan 2023 at 6:25PM
classic, I like it when Thin Lizzy plays it
(#5457305) Collection scum
Posted by fatdaddy on 13 Jan 2023 at 10:49PM
(#5456918) Re: TV license
Posted by Jools on 13 Jan 2023 at 12:11AM
Because it's the law. It supposedly funds the BBC. Personally I would happily pay a subscription for the BBC instead as I think it's the world's best news provider
(#5456914) Re: I hate paying all bills, butttt
Posted by Rabbits2 on 12 Jan 2023 at 11:10PM
That doesnít mean I have to like them I didnít mind them until I got sick last Summer
(#5456913) I hate paying all bills, butttt
Posted by GinnyB on 12 Jan 2023 at 9:53PM
They all are a necessary evil in this world GoldToken Gremlin
(#5456848) Re: TV license
Posted by Rabbits2 on 12 Jan 2023 at 4:39PM
Why do you pay for tv license in UK ?
(#5456829) Re: TV license
Posted by rabbitoid on 12 Jan 2023 at 3:27PM
We had this too. The tax was only abolished last year.
(#5456812) TV license
Posted by Whafflet on 12 Jan 2023 at 2:25PM
I'm not a big fan of paying any bills, but I do not understand why we are still paying a tv license for the BBC? Especially since I never watch or listen to it any of their programs. Sad
(#5456775) Capital One
Posted by Mystic Dreamer on 12 Jan 2023 at 10:55AM
Every time I see their ad on tv, I always say to it when they want to know "What's in your wallet!" I always say to the tv, "NOTHING because you have it all." OK, don't judge when you put the blame on me. Deserved YES, but not neccesary...I know.
(#5456421) Reindeer
Posted by Dragon Jr on 11 Jan 2023 at 10:04AM
Blizzard
(#5456414) What about Chet?
Posted by RubyJoy on 11 Jan 2023 at 9:28AM
From The Santa Clause 2.
He was so clumsy and cute
(#5456266) Re: Olive!
Posted by Jools on 11 Jan 2023 at 1:37AM
She is my favourite too, although she is a little cruel to Rudolph by laughing and calling him names
(#5456247) Olive!
Posted by Scorpio666 on 10 Jan 2023 at 9:29PM
the other reindeer!
(#5456207) Clarice
Posted by Gracie P on 10 Jan 2023 at 5:26PM
She liked Rudolph no matter what his nose was like.
(#5455772) Re: Cartoon character
Posted by Jools on 9 Jan 2023 at 9:52AM
He was brilliant
(#5455702) Re: Cartoon Character
Posted by rabbitoid on 9 Jan 2023 at 4:33AM
{ Image: i.ibb.co/2qNNrGD/robin1.jpg }

OK, I give up.
(#5455624) Yabba dabba dooo
Posted by Lady Butterfly on 9 Jan 2023 at 12:19AM
I watched the Flintstones for a lot of years..
(#5455611) Cartoon Character
Posted by Robyn Hode on 8 Jan 2023 at 8:41PM
(#5455605) Cartoon character
Posted by cmacker on 8 Jan 2023 at 7:51PM
I love dangermouse
(#5455592) Cartoon Character
Posted by Robyn Hode on 8 Jan 2023 at 6:45PM
(#5455586) Cartoon characters
Posted by qetutor on 8 Jan 2023 at 6:06PM
Eric Cartman and the rest of the South Park gang.
(#5455431) Re: what room
Posted by fatdaddy on 8 Jan 2023 at 9:55AM
I thought Phil Lynott wrote that. I see it's a traditional Irish song from the 1600s.
(#5455428) Re: Favorite cartoon
Posted by fatdaddy on 8 Jan 2023 at 9:47AM
Yes! Stimpson J Cat!
(#5455416) Favorite Cartoon Character
Posted by Robyn Hode on 8 Jan 2023 at 9:13AM
Check the original string.
(#5455368) Favorite cartoon
Posted by Yenta on 8 Jan 2023 at 5:55AM
Stimpy
(#5455064) Re: how about Pepe
Posted by nightingale on 7 Jan 2023 at 8:40AM
Bruno. RIP, forever in my heart dear brother.
(#5455026) Re: Favorite cartoon character
Posted by Model A on 7 Jan 2023 at 7:15AM
The 'Master Cylinde'r


But I like Foghorn Leghorn also...
(#5454999) Re: Favorite cartoon character
Posted by Beckie B on 7 Jan 2023 at 5:13AM
I have always loved Sylvester the cat and nothing has ever changed that lol I still have a blanket with Sylvester on it plus a Christmas ornament and patch i keep at my desk! I loved that even though he had a lisp he was always confident and stood his ground! As a child and growing up, Strength was important and still is!
(#5454894) Re: Favorite cartoon character
Posted by hoof hearted on 6 Jan 2023 at 9:07PM
Tasmanian devil!
(#5454888) Favorite cartoon character
Posted by Rickey on 6 Jan 2023 at 8:47PM
I like foghorn leghorn he should have made the list
(#5454851) Re: Favorite!
Posted by Lady Butterfly on 6 Jan 2023 at 6:10PM
IT WAS A QUESTION, NOT A STATEMENT!
(#5454833) Favorite!
Posted by Robyn Hode on 6 Jan 2023 at 5:14PM
(#5454828) FAVORITE?
Posted by Lady Butterfly on 6 Jan 2023 at 5:00PM
I don't know how to vote on this, I like all of them EXCEPT a few I don't care for.. To hard to call for a favorite..
(#5454826) Greatest
Posted by Robyn Hode on 6 Jan 2023 at 4:55PM
(#5454823) how about Pepe
Posted by Byteme on 6 Jan 2023 at 4:34PM
I loved Pepe la Pew !
(#5454802) Re: Cartoon Character
Posted by amthevessel on 6 Jan 2023 at 3:53PM
Munro - (who was only four).
(#5454798) Cartoon Character
Posted by Robyn Hode on 6 Jan 2023 at 3:35PM
(#5454792) Re: The GREATEST Cartoon Character?
Posted by rabbitoid on 6 Jan 2023 at 3:32PM
Finally someone with a good taste Smiling
(#5454789) Re: The GREATEST Cartoon Character?
Posted by Byteme on 6 Jan 2023 at 3:30PM
Bugs bunny..
(#5454776) The GREATEST Cartoon Character?
Posted by bobby b 71 on 6 Jan 2023 at 2:59PM
The greatest cartoon character is Me, Myself and I!
(#5454774) Cartoon character
Posted by Cinnamon on 6 Jan 2023 at 2:53PM
My faves are GARFIELD and SNOOPY ♥️💕♥️💕♥️

PINK PANTHER is cool too. They should air reruns of this. I have it on DVD but I donít think itís on tv anymore.

THE FLINTSTONES and THE JETSONS are also good.

Iíve loved cartoons since I was little. The little girl in me still does. Hee hee 😊
(#5454728) Re: Cartoon Character
Posted by Ziggy Zugzwang on 6 Jan 2023 at 1:58PM
Dick Dastardly and Muttley...
(#5454716) Cartoon character
Posted by HeatherN on 6 Jan 2023 at 1:42PM
Some of the options are not characters, but whole shows like the Simpsons which is not the title of the poll. I can't think of a cartoon character I like more than any others.
(#5454714) Cartoon Character
Posted by Dragon Jr on 6 Jan 2023 at 1:39PM
Peter Griffin from Family Guy.
(#5453593) Office
Posted by Buddha on 3 Jan 2023 at 8:03AM
My home office on my computer with Goldtoken.
(#5453438) Re: what room
Posted by Jools on 2 Jan 2023 at 11:38PM
Probably the living room, closely followed by the bedroom. But I probably spend more time at work in my office
(#5453414) Re: what room
Posted by Model A on 2 Jan 2023 at 8:35PM
garage or the Dog House...
(#5453368) (no subject)
Posted by hoof hearted on 2 Jan 2023 at 5:47PM
I like to garden when Iím home. My back yard definitely.
(#5453299) (no subject)
Posted by Robyn Hode on 2 Jan 2023 at 2:32PM
(#5453294) Re: what room
Posted by rabbitoid on 2 Jan 2023 at 2:19PM
Hey, how many rooms have I got in my city apartment to pick from?
(#5453288) Re: (no subject)
Posted by Lady Butterfly on 2 Jan 2023 at 1:49PM
The living room, my tv, my iPad, and my recliner is in there... Also I can watch it snow..
(#5453285) (no subject)
Posted by wakefield on 2 Jan 2023 at 1:24PM
my sunroom-it's four season and I can watch the snow fly which I love
(#5453247) Re: what room
Posted by Byteme on 2 Jan 2023 at 11:34AM
living room. My apt. is small and the largest room is the living room which is perfect size to be both airy and yet cozy at the same time.
(#5453246) Re: what room
Posted by Robyn Hode on 2 Jan 2023 at 11:32AM
Now some men like a fishin'
And some men like the fowlin'
And some men like to hear
To hear the cannonball roarin'
Me, I like sleepin'
'Specially in my Molly's chamber

Whiskey in the Jar, Mettalica
(#5453244) what room
Posted by nightingale on 2 Jan 2023 at 11:28AM
Home office
(#5453048) None
Posted by Mystic Dreamer on 1 Jan 2023 at 10:37PM
I will just keep on keeping on. Not one thing will change. Though I am hoping to move away from this snow.
(#5453020) Re: New Year Tradition
Posted by Bunchita on 1 Jan 2023 at 6:56PM
Our family has done this since I can remember...
Each family member chooses, at random, 12 grapes. Each grape represents one month of the year. The hope is that each grape is nice and sweet... Hoping for 12 good months!
(#5452756) Re: Sleep!
Posted by Totty on 1 Jan 2023 at 5:55AM
Yeah, for me it's never really been a big thing. I like letting go of anything I might have grudged from the year before, and starting with a mindset of being positive and trying new things.

Happy New Year to everyone here! May 2023 be fun and peaceful!!
(#5452349) Re: New Year Tradition
Posted by Big Giant Head on 31 Dec 2022 at 2:01AM
I'll be working.
(#5452331) Re: Sleep!
Posted by **YANKEE ROSE*JR FRANK PAB on 30 Dec 2022 at 9:07PM
Happy New Year!
(#5452330) Sleep!
Posted by bobby b 71 on 30 Dec 2022 at 8:55PM
I thought I'd be alone on this one but it is nice to have some company. Pleasent dreams and Happy New Year!
(#5452253) Re: New Year Tradition
Posted by Jools on 30 Dec 2022 at 4:01PM
Celebrate my birthday
(#5452224) New Year Tradition
Posted by rabbitoid on 30 Dec 2022 at 3:01PM
Hangover.
(#5451248) Re: Lister - Red Dwarf
Posted by Candy Cane Kaz on 28 Dec 2022 at 2:42AM
Red Dwarf fan here too, Cat has some of the best lines! Smiling
(#5451199) Re: Lister - Red Dwarf
Posted by kittyrambo on 27 Dec 2022 at 8:16PM
Enjoy this show. Love Cat! Smiling
(#5451180) Re: Lister - Red Dwarf
Posted by Dragon Jr on 27 Dec 2022 at 6:47PM
I also enjoy watching Red Dwarf.
(#5451168) Lister - Red Dwarf
Posted by EZZ9 on 27 Dec 2022 at 5:57PM
Is my favorite.
(#5450485) Re: Christmas Movies
Posted by Dragon Jr on 26 Dec 2022 at 6:31AM
Trading Places [A $1 bet between the owners of a commodity trading company leads to an account executive and a con artist swapping lives during the Christmas season.]
The Family Man [At Christmas, a Wall Street executive who is a bachelor is given a glimpse into the life he could have had if he'd gotten married and raised a family.]
Serendipity [Just before Christmas, a man and a woman meet and fall in love. They decide, however, to leave their relationship entirely up to chance.]
Starman & Paul [Each of these movies is the story of a lovable alien miracle worker.]
Freezer Burn [An alien company called Gazcon takes over the Town of Laxdale. The aliens mess up the weather, causing a winter heat wave. Bill Swanson, a former hockey player, works with a woman named Gina to rectify the situation.]
The Ref [A cat burglar takes a family hostage on Christmas Eve. The members of the family are always bickering, so the cat burglar has to work at settling their arguments.]
Are We There Yet? [This is the story of a man taking two children on a road trip during the Christmas season, so the kids can spend time with their mother.]
(#5449989) Re: Christmas Movies
Posted by csain1 on 24 Dec 2022 at 1:45PM
I won't argue Trading Places... often pops up in an Xmas movie debate. I don't recall the others well enough to have an opinion.
(#5449988) The Polar Express got a vote????
Posted by csain1 on 24 Dec 2022 at 1:40PM
Certainly, some of the listed movies aren't Christmas movies... but The Polar Express???? I think someone misread the question!
(#5449793) Christmas Movies
Posted by Dragon Jr on 24 Dec 2022 at 4:35AM
In my opinion, the following 8 films all are Christmas movies: Trading Places, The Family Man, Serendipity, Starman, Paul, Freezer Burn, The Ref, Are We There Yet?
(#5449628) Re:movie poll
Posted by Byteme on 23 Dec 2022 at 3:04PM
TWO...Forrest Gump, The Perfect Storm
(#5449287) Re: Two
Posted by Robyn Hode on 22 Dec 2022 at 12:53PM
Xie xie
(#5449132) Re: Two
Posted by Xandu on 22 Dec 2022 at 4:01AM
Great ! Happy x-mas and a great New Year !
(#5449016) Re: Two
Posted by Silkwood on 21 Dec 2022 at 4:38PM
ShŤngdŗn Jiť kuŗilŤ!..chinese

Merry Christmas
(#5448887) Re: Two
Posted by Robyn Hode on 21 Dec 2022 at 9:36AM
I can speak some of English, French, Spanish and Chinese. Of the four I don't know Chinese Merry Christmas.
(#5448882) Re: Two
Posted by Jools on 21 Dec 2022 at 9:04AM
this site would seem to indicate that means daughter's day, so I feel you are probably wise not to say that to a Klingon
https://sites.google.com/a/klingonword.org/klv/klv-klingon-standard-vocabulary
(#5448873) Re: Two
Posted by rabbitoid on 21 Dec 2022 at 8:10AM
Some time ago they also had a Klingon translator but some sad natured manager took it down.
There's still a free one here: https://www.translate.com/english-klingon that says the correct translation is jaj puqbe' . I'll take their word for it, I'm not going to argue with a Klingon.
(#5448836) Re: Two
Posted by Jools on 21 Dec 2022 at 6:40AM
I bet it isn't, I'm sure languages that don't celebrate Christmas don't often have a word for it.

For example, in Arabic it translates to happy birthday. You need to be a little more creative and say eid eisaa - feast of Isa (Jesus) or eid almasih - feast of the messiah
(#5448821) Re: Two
Posted by rabbitoid on 21 Dec 2022 at 4:47AM
As many as there are languages in google translate.
(#5448735) Two
Posted by hoof hearted on 20 Dec 2022 at 10:10PM
Feliz Navidad and merry Christmas.
(#5447781) Re: My least favorite chore
Posted by Rabbits2 on 18 Dec 2022 at 12:53AM
Jools pre heat the oven then use off it works but you will have shut the oven doors the smell will knock your socks off
(#5447757) THANKS
Posted by squirly138 on 17 Dec 2022 at 9:15PM
I love my token also!
(#5447714) Thank you for my token! I love it!
Posted by Beckie B on 17 Dec 2022 at 6:07PM
(#5446436) Re: My least favorite chore
Posted by Jools on 13 Dec 2022 at 12:56PM
When I clean I like to do it properly, so I hate cleaning the oven most as no matter how hard I try it looks no better when done than it did at the start
(#5446129) My even more least favorite chore
Posted by Robyn Hode on 12 Dec 2022 at 12:56PM
I really don't have one. I just want to be on top.
(#5446094) My least favorite chore
Posted by JGY on 12 Dec 2022 at 10:45AM
Toilets!
(#5446070) My least favorite chore
Posted by Buddha on 12 Dec 2022 at 9:16AM
My least favorite chore is paying the housekeeper when she comes on Tuesdays.
(#5445913) Least favorite chore
Posted by Cinnamon on 11 Dec 2022 at 10:59PM
I would have to say dusting because it triggers my allergies and asthma. I like doing laundry the most.

Andrea
(#5445907) LEAST FAVORITE CHORE
Posted by squirly138 on 11 Dec 2022 at 10:32PM
I am disabled and can't do any chores except washing dishes which I like to do. The rest is up to my caretaker!
(#5443637) EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA
Posted by Pollmaster on 5 Dec 2022 at 7:32AM

Direct your attention to the Notice at the top!

From now until December 31st, if you send an idea for a poll to the Pollmaster and the Poll Team approves it, you will be awarded 2 random poll tokens. You will need the poll question and several answers for it to qualify.

Good luck!
(#5442648) Re: Christmas Shopping
Posted by Jools on 2 Dec 2022 at 11:58PM
Probably something to do with rabid commercialisation
(#5442573) Re: Christmas Shopping
Posted by Stinger2 on 2 Dec 2022 at 3:30PM
Wow! Seems to me that somewhere along the line that the spirit of Christmas has been lost.
(#5442541) Re: Christmas Shopping
Posted by lwmc on 2 Dec 2022 at 12:13PM
I chose other:
Because now it seem if you buy something,
Sometimes itís not good enough or they wanted something else.
So I donít give them gift cards, I just give them cash money.
And if they ever complain about that, they had better not expect it again.
(#5442446) Re: Christmas Shopping
Posted by Jools on 2 Dec 2022 at 7:14AM
depends for I'm buying and for whom. If I see a bargain I may buy it in advance, but usually some time in December. No thanksgiving sales for us who don't live in the US
(#5442436) Christmas Shopping
Posted by rabbitoid on 2 Dec 2022 at 6:23AM
This is 2022... Whenever I get an idea for someone I hit the keyboard and Amazon it.
(#5442088) Re: Turn around and go Back
Posted by rabbitoid on 1 Dec 2022 at 9:59AM
I know the feeling. I have the same problem, but the sentence usually comes from Mrs Rabbit.
(#5442086) Re: Turn around and go Back
Posted by Robyn Hode on 1 Dec 2022 at 9:39AM
I seem to hear that every time I approach a table with attractive women.
(#5442059) Turn around and go Back
Posted by Silkwood on 1 Dec 2022 at 8:05AM
People can't drive during normal rain...(drive too fast and hydroplane)..... it gets that bad on ice/snow stay home.
(#5442045) Re: "All drivers chain up" what would you do?
Posted by Model A on 1 Dec 2022 at 7:06AM
They're saying 41% rain today... we can only hope.
(#5441999) Re: Wonder what it means!
Posted by Jools on 1 Dec 2022 at 3:52AM
that's the problem with the UK, it happens so infrequently nobody is geared up for it when it does come
(#5441998) Re: "All drivers chain up" what would you do?
Posted by Jools on 1 Dec 2022 at 3:50AM
They get snow in the mountains and it has even been known to snow in the deserts on occasions, the temp rarely gets into single figures in my part of the country though, 30 deg here today
(#5441914) Wonder what it means!
Posted by Totty on 30 Nov 2022 at 11:52PM
Definitely not something we see in the UK. I know two people who switch to snow tyres (one from Canada, one from Sweden) in January/February if we get a bad Scottish winter.

I live near a hill to a railway bridge, and the total ineptitude of drivers in even light snow is incredible. Very basic training on use of gears, gentle inputs etc. would go a long way to stopping the road getting blocked by a sideways car every day!
(#5441794) Re: "All drivers chain up" what would you do?
Posted by Robyn Hode on 30 Nov 2022 at 3:51PM
Pretty overcast today. Supposed to be 56 F in the Marina tomorrow.
(#5441731) Re: "All drivers chain up" what would you do?
Posted by Model A on 30 Nov 2022 at 2:03PM
Snow chains?? I haven't seen snow at a Southern California Beach in a long time. Shoot, it doesn't even rain here anymore...
(#5441507) Re: "All drivers chain up" what would you do?
Posted by rabbitoid on 30 Nov 2022 at 1:15AM
Or look at the date. Do they have April 1st jokes in KSA?
(#5441504) Re: "All drivers chain up" what would you do?
Posted by Jools on 30 Nov 2022 at 1:01AM
Not much chance of seeing that where i am in Saudi Arabia, so if I saw it I would wonder how the hell I got where I was
(#5441499) Other
Posted by GeorgiasGrandad on 30 Nov 2022 at 12:39AM
I donít drive any more.wrecked my car 3 years ago and my daughter convinced me I was too old. Didnít agree then, but Iím getting used to the idea.
(#5441496) Re: "All drivers chain up" what would you do?
Posted by Lady Butterfly on 29 Nov 2022 at 11:23PM
I would chain up, they wouldn't tell you to if it was not needed, and it's better than sliding into someone or off the mountain..
(#5441495) "All drivers chain up" what would you do?
Posted by rabbitoid on 29 Nov 2022 at 11:17PM
Snow on the ground in Paris? Not in the last 10 years. and when there was snow The city became a big parking lot anyway, chains or no chains.
(#5439580) Re: Utensils
Posted by Jools on 25 Nov 2022 at 2:00AM
Well if it's a "big" meal I expect the following:

Butter knife
Soup spoon
Fish knife & fork
Salad knife & fork
Dinner knife, fork & spoon (or meat knife)
Dessert knife, fork & spoon
Coffee spoon

And yes I know what order to set them out and use them
(#5439575) Re: Utensils
Posted by Big Giant Head on 25 Nov 2022 at 12:33AM
Foons.
(#5439551) Re: Utensils
Posted by bookfox on 24 Nov 2022 at 8:29PM
Hmmm, sporks were not an option. You know, those utensils which look like a spoon, but have mini tines at the end?
(#5439541) Re: Favorite count
Posted by Jewels21 on 24 Nov 2022 at 8:07PM
I am going to have to look for those!
(#5439490) Re: Utensils
Posted by Robyn Hode on 24 Nov 2022 at 5:19PM
When I lived in Beijing I tried to use chopsticks.
(#5439460) Re: Utensils
Posted by karynsong on 24 Nov 2022 at 3:54PM
I chose knife, fork, and spoon but only if there was ice cream or soup on the menu. It's too unsatisfying trying to eat soup with a fork.
(#5439402) Utensils
Posted by Oddie on 24 Nov 2022 at 1:32PM
Chopsticks used at my house for most meals
(#5439398) Blessings
Posted by HeatherN on 24 Nov 2022 at 1:05PM
Count Yourblessings

But I went with Basie
(#5439378) (no subject)
Posted by Gameheart on 24 Nov 2022 at 10:34AM
I like the count(down) of rocket launches....
(#5438965) Re: Favorite count
Posted by Charini on 23 Nov 2022 at 4:09AM
Mine too! I found mini treats that were Count Chocula themed. Like chocolate rice cereal treats, very tasty and just a bite or two.
(#5438857) Re: Favorite Count
Posted by Model A on 22 Nov 2022 at 6:14PM
Count von Count
(#5438595) (no subject)
Posted by Lady Butterfly on 21 Nov 2022 at 8:46PM
I would like it it was count money.. I would like counting money if it was mine.. lol
(#5438570) Re: Favorite count
Posted by Jewels21 on 21 Nov 2022 at 7:25PM
Lol me too
(#5438568) Count
Posted by squirly138 on 21 Nov 2022 at 6:56PM
I don't like none of them!
(#5438558) Re: Favorite count
Posted by bookfox on 21 Nov 2022 at 5:37PM
That was one of my favorite cereals when I was a child.
(#5438557) Re: Favorite Count
Posted by bookfox on 21 Nov 2022 at 5:36PM
Count Laszlo de Almasy In "The English Patient" movie.
(#5438555) Re: Favorite count
Posted by Cinnamon on 21 Nov 2022 at 5:34PM
ROFL! hilarious ‼️
(#5438530) Favorite count
Posted by Jewels21 on 21 Nov 2022 at 3:06PM
Count Chocula
(#5438503) Re: Favorite Count
Posted by Ziggy Zugzwang on 21 Nov 2022 at 2:04PM
How about: "Count me out of this poll?" Smiling
(#5438500) Re: Favorite Count
Posted by Robyn Hode on 21 Nov 2022 at 1:48PM
I am Edmond Dantes!
(#5438355) Re: Favorite Count
Posted by rabbitoid on 21 Nov 2022 at 8:37AM
Count me out for this poll.
(#5438353) Re: Favorite Count
Posted by Model A on 21 Nov 2022 at 8:30AM
Count von Count... Sesame Street
(#5438343) Favorite Count
Posted by Dragon Jr on 21 Nov 2022 at 8:06AM
Count Almaviva from The Barber of Seville.
(#5437652) Re: SHOPPING
Posted by TaraRayne on 19 Nov 2022 at 11:00AM
Lol
(#5437312) Re: SHOPPING
Posted by LittleTree on 18 Nov 2022 at 11:16AM
I know when I shop grocery or retail, sections are moved continually and you have to find what you're looking for in a different section. It's frustrating.
(#5437307) Re: SHOPPING
Posted by TaraRayne on 18 Nov 2022 at 11:00AM
I know what a planogram team is, I worked in retail. Displays are usually seasonal so yes they "move" depending on the season. That's still not what I consider constant. I shop for my items in the actual aisle instead of shopping by what's on display.
(#5437303) Re: SHOPPING
Posted by Robyn Hode on 18 Nov 2022 at 10:44AM
Precisely the reason. There are "teams", for example at Target (Planogram Team) who constantly move displays all year long.
(#5437287) Re: SHOPPING
Posted by Jools on 18 Nov 2022 at 8:58AM
it's done for a purpose, so you have to look in areas of the store you don't normally visit.

Here in Saudi they don't tend to do it, but some products are not in stock for weeks or even months (usually imported stuff) and when they come back in stock they forget where they belong so get moved. Some things are only available in some stores, so I have to look around the complete store every few weeks to see what's come back in stock
(#5437286) Re: SHOPPING
Posted by wanda25 on 18 Nov 2022 at 8:56AM
I hate when people hit me in the ankle with there cart, pay attention idiots..
(#5437277) Re: Shopping
Posted by amthevessel on 18 Nov 2022 at 8:14AM
Music Notes Grocer Jack, grocer Jack, get off your back
Go into town, don't let them down, oh no, oh no.
(#5437247) Blocking the aisles
Posted by Totty on 18 Nov 2022 at 6:56AM
My absolute King Of Annoyances in supermarkets is people who cannot let go of their trolley. They walk somewhere, then see something on the other side of the aisle, and as though superglued to the handle, they cross over, pulling the trolley diagonally behind them, completely blocking everything, oblivious to the queues and grumbles around them.

I'm REALLY lucky in that I pass smaller shops at least twice every day at quiet times. But I still get blocked sometimes. Grinning
(#5437237) Re: SHOPPING
Posted by TaraRayne on 18 Nov 2022 at 6:20AM
Are these stores that "constantly " move things around not in the states? The stores I have worked in and shop in don't do this. Each aisle is number and tells you what is in the aisle and might get moved if there is a remodel of the store which doesn't happen that often. CVS where I used to work had a yearly reset but that was more about discontinuing products and adding new ones. Sometimes shelf placement changed.
(#5437152) Re: Shopping
Posted by Lady Butterfly on 18 Nov 2022 at 1:51AM
Laura, I know what you mean about the stairs, I only have 3 also and have to set the groceries on the porch and get up the stairs and put them in the house..
(#5437131) Re: SHOPPING
Posted by GinnyB on 17 Nov 2022 at 10:17PM
I used to enjoy going food shopping because it was a way for me to get out of the house.. Also always dreamt of doing a service for Seniors and other's that were unable to get out of the house and do their shopping.. Alas now I'm one of those "Seniors" that's unable to go shopping so order them online and have them delivered to my front door.. Then I get whoever is home to put them away..

Do have to mention that putting the groceries away was always a hassle for me..
(#5437111) Re: Shopping
Posted by laura lee on 17 Nov 2022 at 7:23PM
I agree.. I have a problem with stairs, (even tho its only 3 to get in my house). So I have to set everything on the porch (small area so sometimes it don't all fit), Then carry in it from there (but I can set my walker by the door and set the heavier stuff on it to get it to the counter).
I usually try to pick up the bigger and heavier stuff , like cat food, etc. when my one friend can go with me, she carry's that in for me then.
Last time I ordered the cat food (since I haven't been able to find the one I buy around here lately) and when fed-ex came I asked him to set it inside for me.
(#5437067) Re: SHOPPING
Posted by cindygal on 17 Nov 2022 at 6:09PM
All of it is annoying so I do pick up shopping as much as possible.
(#5437066) Re: SHOPPING
Posted by Lady Butterfly on 17 Nov 2022 at 6:07PM
I agree with the moving things from place to place in the store, They should realize people are creatures of habit.. The store I'm used to going to has moved everything except the produce, meat, and bakery, but I've had to hunt down or ask where them moved some things, to me that is so annoying.. Maybe they should hand you a map when you come in their store.. Smiling
(#5436997) Shopping
Posted by Callie on 17 Nov 2022 at 2:18PM
If you can't agree with me that carrying them into the house, then you need to move in with me and carry them into the house! ROFL!
(#5436983) Re: SHOPPING
Posted by Jools on 17 Nov 2022 at 12:47PM
Apart from people who manage to find the most inconvenient place place to stand and gossip, I think the them constantly moving the location of things is the most annoying
(#5436974) SHOPPING
Posted by murrsquito on 17 Nov 2022 at 11:49AM
I put other because I, actually, do enjoy grocery shopping. Are there annoyances? Of course. But, not enough to spoil shopping for me. Not enough cashiers, I wait; shelves too high, I stand on a lower shelf; can't find something, I ask. Happy shopping!
(#5436587) My Two Favorite Performers
Posted by bobby b 71 on 16 Nov 2022 at 3:35AM
Well, as Banner Blvd. says. "You can learn more about a person by watching them play for an hour than you could learn in a year of conversation!" WELL, without further chat I'd like to direct you all to watch Khatia Buniatishvili of Paris and also Valentina Lisitza of Holland! I do believe in UAP's because these gals are from another galaxy! ENJOY!!
(#5436523) Re: Favourite performer
Posted by Jools on 15 Nov 2022 at 11:26PM
I haven't been for a while, but I still prefer to see them perform at the smaller venues, but most seem to want to do stadiums (which I've never attended). I went to see my son perform in a massive school choir event at the O2 several years ago and couldn't see a thing on stage, so wouldn't go and see a band or comedian perform there.


I'm lucky that I live near Brighton which still is on the list for some performers and only about an hour from London, which still has enough smaller venues.
Brighton has some great comedy venues so hope to get and see some great comedians perform before too long
(#5436155) Re: Favourite performer
Posted by karynsong on 14 Nov 2022 at 9:06PM
I would love to see Elvis, Sinatra, Aerosmith, Michael Buble, Sammy Davis Jr. Johnny Mathis, The Beatles, The Bee Gees, Stacy Kent, Tom Brier, Joshua Rifkin....oh, so many. But they are either playing in that big concert stage in the sky, or the ones still alive have priced themselves way out of my reach.
(#5436151) I'd be flying
Posted by Angel Cat on 14 Nov 2022 at 8:07PM
If I had the money I would legit fly to see my favourite band Alta Falls.
(#5436149) Re: Favourite performer
Posted by lwmc on 14 Nov 2022 at 7:46PM
Actually I chose 3 hours, but that depends on how much I have to pay to see them.
Because if it is extremely expensive I wonít go at all.
(#5436056) Re: Favourite performer
Posted by Robyn Hode on 14 Nov 2022 at 1:04PM
Saw Aerosmith in Vegas. It was fun watching 74 year old Steven Tyler climb a ramp while singing Walk This Way. We placed bets on if he would pass out and slide back down.
(#5436009) This Weekend
Posted by Withacee on 14 Nov 2022 at 10:32AM
Drove an hour and a half or so into Atlanta to see Sheryl Crow, Lionel Richie, and Billy Joel. Spent the night in Atlanta. Well worth it.
(#5435998) Re: Favourite performer
Posted by Totty on 14 Nov 2022 at 9:59AM
I did a weekend trip to see Sting on the Soul Cages tour, and to see Simple Minds on the Jeweller To The Stars tour. Oh, and Thea Gilmore for my brother's 40th birthday. About 6 hours travelling and overnight stays. Incredible concerts in different ways. For "local" concerts, I've travelled a couple of hours several times. Live is always good!
(#5435985) Re: Favourite performer
Posted by rabbitoid on 14 Nov 2022 at 9:01AM
Unfortunately most of my favourites no longer satisfy the "alive" condition.
Most of those who still breathe should have stopped performing long ago.
(#5435982) Re: Favourite performer
Posted by amthevessel on 14 Nov 2022 at 8:53AM
Boulez conducting VarŤse' "Amťriques" at the RFH.
(#5435980) Favourite performer
Posted by Big Giant Head on 14 Nov 2022 at 8:40AM
Fortunately I live just outside London so usually I can see my favourites every time they tour as they will be performing somewhere in town.

There have been a few occasions where I've stayed overnight though, either due to the concert finishing too late to catch the last train or because I've made prior arrangements to stay with family.
(#5435978) is me pam
Posted by samoy2e on 14 Nov 2022 at 8:25AM
maxda is like
(#5435905) Re: (no subject)
Posted by bobby b 71 on 14 Nov 2022 at 3:39AM
Amen Callie! I will live by that and will also die by that!!
(#5435845) (no subject)
Posted by Callie on 13 Nov 2022 at 7:24PM
Build American--buy American
(#5435649) Re: best car
Posted by brainiac2011 on 13 Nov 2022 at 8:31AM
German craftmonship outstanding
(#5435512) Suzuki
Posted by Micky21 on 13 Nov 2022 at 1:15AM
I love my Suzuki. It's been reliable and small but spacious interior. I can turn real tight without having to do three point turns a lot. It's perfect!
(#5435361) Mode of transportation
Posted by Mystic Dreamer on 12 Nov 2022 at 6:54AM
A broom
(#5435329) Lucid Air for Luxury Tesla for most advanced and
Posted by IDamian on 12 Nov 2022 at 4:16AM
continually innovative
(#5435292) Re: Current Poll - Cars
Posted by IDamian on 12 Nov 2022 at 12:24AM
Then instead of a stripped down Tesla, try on a Lucid Air
(#5435291) Current Poll on Best Cars/ An independent professional view
Posted by IDamian on 12 Nov 2022 at 12:22AM
(#5435267) I RAN BILL HICKMAN into the ditch!!
Posted by bobby b 71 on 11 Nov 2022 at 7:34PM
yes i drove ole bill hickman off the road! He did not look so calm and rational at that time!!! I was a kid then! I LOVE FORD MUSTANGS AND TO THIS DAY STILL OWN ONE!!
(#5435210) Re: best car
Posted by Robyn Hode on 11 Nov 2022 at 3:40PM
Now if you want to talk about a car try the Gordon-Keeble.
(#5435172) Re: best car
Posted by Jools on 11 Nov 2022 at 2:07PM
I suspect the poll was written by a Brit as it has Vauxhall on it which are only available in the UK (Opel, Saturn, Holden, GM elsewhere)
(#5435165) Re: best car
Posted by amthevessel on 11 Nov 2022 at 1:35PM
Music Notes I've been driving in my car
It's not quite a Jaguar.
(#5435161) Re: best car
Posted by dickfrank on 11 Nov 2022 at 1:17PM
50 years ago Cadillac was the symbol of luxury and best car. It's still made today, but it doesn't even make the list.
(#5435134) best car
Posted by wanda25 on 11 Nov 2022 at 10:32AM
Mercedes Benz gets my vote
(#5434955) Re: Do you use your blog space? Poll
Posted by Pollmaster on 10 Nov 2022 at 2:27PM
I did not find the poll you are referring to. Please PM me if you have an issue like this in the future so we can discuss it. Thank you
(#5434954) Re: Current Poll - Cars
Posted by Model A on 10 Nov 2022 at 2:25PM
I drive a 1930 Ford Town Sedan. How many modern cars do y'all suppose will still be around after 92 years. haha.
(#5434927) "I know nothing about cars"
Posted by DoubleU on 10 Nov 2022 at 1:19PM
"I know nothing" is right; when I played "car lot" in elementary school PE once, I thought "car lot" was a kind of car, so I chose it.
(#5434874) Re: Current Poll - Cars
Posted by Robyn Hode on 10 Nov 2022 at 10:29AM
I've ridden in most of those makers' cars via Lyft and my favorite by far is a Lexus. I don't care much for Kia as the cars do not feel solid on the ground. Honda has a very solid feel. I've been in a Tesla and while it's fast it looks stripped down inside, no dashboard, just a shelf and a monitor. Riding in a Lincoln is nice still. Nissan SUVs are fun with a great interior and dashboard. I miss my 5 speed Mazda Protege from the 90s.
(#5434871) Re: Current Poll - Cars
Posted by Jools on 10 Nov 2022 at 9:52AM
do what the arabs do, put it on the dashboard
(#5434774) Re: Current Poll - Cars
Posted by rabbitoid on 10 Nov 2022 at 12:29AM
Any model as long as it's manual gears. With automatic my left foot gets bored.
(#5434772) Re: Current Poll - Cars
Posted by fatdaddy on 10 Nov 2022 at 12:04AM
I own a 1999 626.
I'll pick Rolls Royce though for the top.
(#5434733) Current Poll - Cars
Posted by GoldiLocks on 9 Nov 2022 at 5:54PM
What?!?!?! NO Mazda?
(#5433775) Re: Do you use your blog space? Poll
Posted by Jools on 6 Nov 2022 at 10:59PM
where was this poll?
(#5433734) Do you use your blog space? Poll
Posted by M3 on 6 Nov 2022 at 7:32PM
  • First, Thank you for posting polls for us.
  • I would have liked something like
    • Yes, Now and Then
      • or
    • Yes, and Few Read It
  • None of the answers given were truthful for me. I settled on all the time.
  • The Poll gave these choices pasted below.
    1. No, It's stupid!
    2. Yes, all the time-Come over and check it out!
    3. How do I do that?
    4. No, just read others!
    5. Yes, and no one reads it!
(#5433028) Re: Reality TV Shows
Posted by clandestine 1 on 4 Nov 2022 at 8:13PM
Leave it to a reality TV show to pull out all the stops!
(#5433026) Re: Reality TV Shows
Posted by Kat on 4 Nov 2022 at 7:53PM
LOL I just noticed it, I am seeing doubleSmiling
(#5433022) Reality TV Shows
Posted by clandestine 1 on 4 Nov 2022 at 7:48PM
Hmmm, something looks off there.
(#5432653) Re: Favorite type of movie
Posted by karynsong on 3 Nov 2022 at 12:28PM
I can't pick just one. I love musicals, comedy, romance, detective, drama...for TV, I also like all the old shows like Alice, Benson, Bewitched, Vegas, Las Vegas, The Waltons, 7th Heaven, Eight is Enough, Everybody Loves Raymond, the old game shows like Hollywood Squares, The Match Game, Family Feud, Child's Play, High Rollers, Jeopardy (it's still on)
(#5432641) Re: Favorite type of movie
Posted by lwmc on 3 Nov 2022 at 11:31AM
I chose Other.

But for favorite type of movie I would say Thriller.
Like snake, an croc, an Destructive movies with earthquakes an tornadoes.

But for TV I like a lot of the old tv show like:
Emergency, Petticoat Junction, Gomer Pyle,
Land of the Giants, Mission impossible, Star Trek
(#5432640) Depends
Posted by Jools on 3 Nov 2022 at 11:28AM
For TV I like documentaries, but films it's pretty varied, adventure and some romance mostly.

No idea what EMS is ;;puzzledd;;
Having reality down twice won't help
(#5432633) Re: Favorite type of movie
Posted by Robyn Hode on 3 Nov 2022 at 11:01AM
A tossup for me: The Godfather or Romy and Michele's High School Reunion. Grinning
(#5432611) Favorite type of movie
Posted by Cinnamon on 3 Nov 2022 at 10:13AM
Suspense thrillers are the best, imo Thumbs up
(#5432387) Re: An interesting capital city for me to visit would be..
Posted by fatdaddy on 2 Nov 2022 at 4:57PM
I too chose Mexico City D.F. I've been there and would love to return. Teotihuacan is nearby.
(#5432119) Re: An interesting capital city for me to visit would be..
Posted by Jools on 1 Nov 2022 at 10:41PM
what's not safe about any of those places?
(#5432110) Re: An interesting capital city for me to visit would be..
Posted by karynsong on 1 Nov 2022 at 10:17PM
I would love to visit Paris, London, Switzerland, Rome, Belgium lots of places, but the way the world is today, I would never go anywhere. It just isn't safe.
(#5432058) Re: An interesting capital city for me to visit would be..
Posted by notabot on 1 Nov 2022 at 4:45PM
i too was shocked to see it at the top of the list - it can't be due to financial constraints because "would like" should preclude that, that's the reason i'm unlikely to visit but i sure would like to - SO MANY places NOT on the list, like Istanbul and even Tehran !

also, Prague should be on that list.
(#5431729) Re: An interesting capital city for me to visit would be..
Posted by GinnyB on 31 Oct 2022 at 9:17PM
I would love to visit Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, as my grandparents and in'laws were born there.. Have relatives and friends that go there even till this day and the country is so beautiful.
(#5431728) Re: An interesting capital city for me to visit would be..
Posted by Jools on 31 Oct 2022 at 9:16PM
I'm amazed at the number of people who don't want to see any of them, how unadventurous.
I've been to a few of them and many not on the list. I too would like like to visit more Eastern European capitals and East Asian ones
(#5431693) Re: An interesting capital city for me to visit would be..
Posted by rabbitoid on 31 Oct 2022 at 4:37PM
I have seen a lot of those on the list, and some who aren't. I'd like to visit some of the eastern Europe countries. My kids visited Budapest and Prague and came back enchanted.
(#5431692) Re: An interesting capital city for me to visit would be..
Posted by Oddie on 31 Oct 2022 at 4:36PM
I will be visiting two capital cities in December: Tokyo and Taipei.
(#5431691) Re: An interesting capital city for me to visit would be..
Posted by Point01IV on 31 Oct 2022 at 4:35PM
Mexico City for me, too. It is, afterall, sinking!
(#5431668) Re: An interesting capital city for me to visit would be..
Posted by Meeshamouse on 31 Oct 2022 at 2:54PM
I would like to visit many on that list. I could only vote 1 so Mexico City it is.
(#5431661) Re: An interesting capital city for me to visit would be..
Posted by Rabbits2 on 31 Oct 2022 at 2:18PM
I would like to visit London
(#5431652) Re: An interesting capital city for me to visit would be..
Posted by Robyn Hode on 31 Oct 2022 at 1:43PM
Paris. Bien sŻr.
(#5431647) An interesting capital city for me to visit would be..
Posted by Model A on 31 Oct 2022 at 1:19PM
I would like to visit Sacramento... Laughing
(#5431382) Re: Any Fish other than Talipia
Posted by Rabbits2 on 30 Oct 2022 at 6:24PM
As far as I know it is a Hawaiian fish and it tastes icky
(#5431352) Re: Fish
Posted by amthevessel on 30 Oct 2022 at 3:42PM
Fish Fingers
(#5431300) Re: Fish
Posted by Meeshamouse on 30 Oct 2022 at 1:55PM
Thats good as well Jools.🐬
(#5431273) Re: Any Fish other than Talipia
Posted by Whafflet on 30 Oct 2022 at 12:32PM
I've never tried Tilapia, but there again they're not native to our parts, so I doubt we sell them here. I do like swordfish, halibut, cod and haddock though. Smiling
(#5430945) Re: Fish
Posted by Jools on 29 Oct 2022 at 2:39PM
I disagree, haddock is much better
(#5430929) Re: Fish
Posted by Meeshamouse on 29 Oct 2022 at 12:41PM
There's nothing like cod for fish and chips! MmmmHmmm
(#5430842) Re: Any Fish other than Talipia
Posted by ladyvic on 29 Oct 2022 at 11:40AM
Ok good! I love Long John Silvers fish lol
(#5430617) Re: Any Fish other than Talipia
Posted by GinnyB on 28 Oct 2022 at 11:51PM
Vickie I gather Linda Sue answered your question.. I love Long John Silvers myself, and too bad there are none around where I live because I'd be eating there every day..

I tried Talipia only one time and the taste just didn't agree with me.. I've been eating fish since I was knee high to a grasshopper and that's the only "fish" I refuse to eat.. My theory is CHEAP IS CHEAP!!!!
(#5430596) Poll tokens!
Posted by Pollmaster on 28 Oct 2022 at 6:59PM
Come one, come all! Get your selected tokens here.

To add to the info above...
You can still get your choice even if the poll isn't posted in November! We've never done that!
I hope we can keep up with all of the great ideas you have!
(#5430524) Salmon
Posted by Mystic Dreamer on 28 Oct 2022 at 4:41PM
Yuck! I donít like salmon in any formóAT ALL! I had tuna last night.
(#5430512) Re: Any Fish other than Talipia
Posted by Linda Sue on 28 Oct 2022 at 3:52PM
ladyvic - If you google "What kind of fish does Long John Silver use?", the answer is - wild-caught Alaskan Cod.
(#5430370) Re: Any Fish other than Talipia
Posted by ladyvic on 28 Oct 2022 at 7:34AM
I did'nt know that Ginny! Thanks for the info. High five
Is that what kind of fish Long John Silvers uses?
(#5430264) Any Fish other than Talipia
Posted by GinnyB on 27 Oct 2022 at 10:50PM
I'll eat any other fish cooked or raw.. Love my SUSHI!!!!


Tilapia is the common name for nearly a hundred species of cichlid fish from the coelotilapine, coptodonine, heterotilapine, oreochromine, pelmatolapiine, and tilapiine tribes... This is why I refuse to eat it..
(#5430173) My favourite
Posted by turjake on 27 Oct 2022 at 2:30PM
Vendance.
(#5430165) Re: FISH
Posted by hoof hearted on 27 Oct 2022 at 2:00PM
Lox is raw salmon
(#5430147) Re: Fish
Posted by Robyn Hode on 27 Oct 2022 at 1:02PM
Tilapia is inexpensive and delicious cooked well.
(#5430144) Re: Fish
Posted by rabbitoid on 27 Oct 2022 at 12:45PM
Keep the fish, I won't insist for a share
(#5430128) FIsh
Posted by arndale on 27 Oct 2022 at 11:01AM
Hake is the best in my eyes Smiling
(#5430121) FISH
Posted by murrsquito on 27 Oct 2022 at 10:33AM
I voted other. There are several that I like. The only others I like that are not on the list: lox and gefilte fish.
(#5430086) Fish
Posted by Jools on 27 Oct 2022 at 7:14AM
Out of those listed I choose tuna, but also like swordfish, snapper and haddock.
I think the best fish I've ever had is parrot fish, followed by marlin and kingfish
(#5430082) Walleye
Posted by will648 on 27 Oct 2022 at 7:02AM
Perhaps most of you havenít tasted walleye, but if you get the chance, take it!
(#5429400) Halloween?
Posted by DoubleU on 24 Oct 2022 at 7:54PM
I mean, technically I prefer "Fall Candy Day", but whatever. Smiling
(#5429324) Re: What do you usually observe this time of year?
Posted by karynsong on 24 Oct 2022 at 2:29PM
When I'm home, my son-in-law decorates the yard, and two sides of the house and I do inside most of the rooms wall to wall, floor to ceiling decorations. It looks like a Halloween shop in every room. Happy faces on Jack-0-lanters, scarecrows, witches, you name it.
I paint little Halloween pictures on my fingernails and toenails too, and have Halloween pants and tops. That's about it. No parties.
I also make cute Halloween snacks for all the groups I belong to, like bingo, canasta, bunco, zonk, yahtzee, etc. but this year is bleak. I'm over 100 miles from home taking care of my 96 yr. old uncle in Hospice.
(#5429253) Re: What do you usually observe this time of year?
Posted by Jools on 24 Oct 2022 at 11:39AM
Guy Fawkes celebrations
(#5429250) Re: What do you usually observe this time of year?
Posted by Robyn Hode on 24 Oct 2022 at 11:31AM
The Yankees in the World Series.

Oh well.
(#5429243) What do I observe this time of year?
Posted by The Wood Goddess on 24 Oct 2022 at 11:04AM
Humm? Well Iím looking at everything that I should have done already, all the things that need put away before snow flies. This time of year Iím looking at my kness cause Iím always caught with my pants down! Not my favorite time of year! And itís getting horribly cold, and that I really donít like. And Iím living in the Pacific Northwest. Puzzled
(#5429240) What do you usually observe this time of year?
Posted by lwmc on 24 Oct 2022 at 10:43AM
Several:
There are several birthdays I look forward to.
But I usually like to buy candy for halloween, and if no one come by,
that just leaves more for me.
But I really look forward to thanksgiving in November.
Because I love cornbread sage dressing.
But unfortunately I am not a good cook.
(#5428575) Re: Favourite DBÖ
Posted by Robyn Hode on 22 Oct 2022 at 1:00PM
Rock n Roll 101 too. We miss Abby Normal.
(#5428573) Favourite DBÖ
Posted by anguslady on 22 Oct 2022 at 12:53PM
Now this is a difficult PollÖÖ.Impossible to pick just oneÖwish that: ĎMore than oneí was an option.
(#5428061) Re: Sports DB
Posted by golfnutrof on 20 Oct 2022 at 8:07PM
I can even feel sorry for tonight's game.
(#5428058) Sports DB
Posted by Robyn Hode on 20 Oct 2022 at 7:52PM
JerNYC and golfnutruf and Sir Gilmour of the Gold Table are knowledge and sometimes even friendly. Smiling
(#5428007) Re: Risk
Posted by Cinnamon on 20 Oct 2022 at 4:28PM
Switch is similar to the card game Uno, I think 🤔
(#5427741) Re: Risk
Posted by fatdaddy on 19 Oct 2022 at 5:58PM
I neglected to read the entire question. I elided "non - GoldToken".
(#5427705) Re: Risk
Posted by jonfunk on 19 Oct 2022 at 2:56PM
But even more dreary and with less player agency and ridiculous timelines... >_>
(#5427686) Re: Jungle
Posted by Point01IV on 19 Oct 2022 at 2:03PM
That's the one! Absolutely love it, though it can get stalematish at high levels without risks taken
(#5427685) Re: Jungle
Posted by Dragon Jr on 19 Oct 2022 at 1:59PM
I know of a board game called Jungle. The figures in the game all are animals. The weakest animal is the mouse; the strongest, the elephant. The object of the game is to get one of your animals into your opponent's lair.
(#5427684) Re: Jungle
Posted by hoot on 19 Oct 2022 at 1:50PM
What kind of game is Jungle?
(#5427682) Jungle
Posted by Point01IV on 19 Oct 2022 at 1:29PM
I marked Guess Who down, which is a pretty fun game, but one that I absolutely love is Jungle. I even purchased my own set of it.
(#5427678) Re: chutes and ladders
Posted by Robyn Hode on 19 Oct 2022 at 12:15PM
Disappointed it wasn't named here as gyan chauper/pachisi. Would have been easily recognizable then. Wait, recognisable.
(#5427676) Re: chutes and ladders
Posted by Robyn Hode on 19 Oct 2022 at 12:13PM
Snakes and ladders originated as part of a family of Indian dice board games that included gyan chauper and pachisi (known in English as Ludo and Parcheesi). It made its way to England and was sold as "Snakes and Ladders", then the basic concept was introduced in the United States as Chutes and Ladders.

--Wikepedia
(#5427675) Re: chutes and ladders
Posted by Robyn Hode on 19 Oct 2022 at 12:12PM
What's the generic name?
(#5427674) Re: chutes and ladders
Posted by Jools on 19 Oct 2022 at 12:09PM
The most widely known edition of snakes and ladders in the United States is Chutes and Ladders, released by Milton Bradley in 1943.

So it's a trade name rather than generic
(#5427670) Re: chutes and ladders
Posted by Robyn Hode on 19 Oct 2022 at 11:32AM
{ Image: i.postimg.cc/fyWHdYPh/chutes-and-ladders.jpg }
(#5427603) Re: chutes and ladders
Posted by Eriisa on 19 Oct 2022 at 8:46AM
American maybe?
(#5427518) chutes and ladders
Posted by Jools on 19 Oct 2022 at 4:28AM
why is it chutes and not snakes & ladders?
(#5427460) Re: Risk
Posted by rabbitoid on 18 Oct 2022 at 11:28PM
You could argue that Moebius Moguls resembles Monopoly.
(#5427453) Risk
Posted by fatdaddy on 18 Oct 2022 at 7:42PM
is my favorite board game. I chose "Life" as it was my favorite of the list.
(#5426605) Re: I haven't seen...
Posted by Silkwood on 16 Oct 2022 at 12:19PM
I make something similar and call it Cowboy Stew
(#5426566) I haven't seen...
Posted by Stinger2 on 16 Oct 2022 at 8:22AM
...anyone say that they put in some sort of a ringed sausage meat such as farmers sausage or ukrainian sausage or garlic sausage.
I just made a batch of chile con carne a couple of weeks ago and cut up some kolbassa to add to it. I call it my chuck wagon chile.
It's won multiple awards in my house. Lol
(#5426526) Re: Chili beans?
Posted by ladyvic on 16 Oct 2022 at 6:51AM
I use ground hamburger, onion, green pepper, mushrooms, kidney beans, pinto beans and spaghetti sauce, chili powder. Yum Yum!
(#5426384) Re: Chili beans?
Posted by steve111 on 15 Oct 2022 at 5:47PM
Kidney beans
(#5426047) Re: CHILI BEANS.
Posted by cindygal on 14 Oct 2022 at 6:21PM
Same here!
(#5425870) Chili beans?
Posted by Buddha on 14 Oct 2022 at 6:49AM
Surely there is another normal name, like kidney or pinto or black. By the way, I prefer my chili WITHOUT beans!
(#5425829) Re: Chili beans are used as an ingrediant
Posted by Jools on 14 Oct 2022 at 2:44AM
absolutely I'm Hungry here is my recipe
[ CookBook: Chilli con (sin) carne ]
(#5425781) Re: chili beans
Posted by GinnyB on 13 Oct 2022 at 10:40PM
Any kind of beans have an adverse effect on my stomach so never put beans in my chili.
(#5425732) Re: Chili beans are used as an ingrediant
Posted by hoof hearted on 13 Oct 2022 at 7:43PM
And thereís some who feel the hotter the peppers the better.
(#5425647) Chili beans are used as an ingrediant
Posted by wanda25 on 13 Oct 2022 at 1:50PM
used with cooked ground meat, tomatoes & chili sauce that has herbs onions a bit of jalapeno pepper small chopped pieces
(#5425631) Re: chili beans
Posted by Watson on 13 Oct 2022 at 12:43PM
Nothing in my chili. Like it with cheese toast on the side (slice of bread with thick slice of extra sharp cheddar cheese under the broiler until toasted and melted)
(#5425624) Re: Games
Posted by Model A on 13 Oct 2022 at 11:27AM
Says Robyn facetiously... Laughing
(#5425623) Chili beans
Posted by Roger11440 on 13 Oct 2022 at 11:15AM
I'm a widower so make 3 gallons of chili at a time and freeze a bunch of meal sized containers of it. I make it from scratch! Lots more to it than the beans, but the question was about the beans: Use a small can each of black beans, of red kidney beans, and of white navy beans.
(#5425613) Re: CHILI BEANS.
Posted by JGY on 13 Oct 2022 at 10:33AM
Sour Cream and cheese. Yummy!
(#5425586) Re: chili beans
Posted by rabbitoid on 13 Oct 2022 at 8:27AM
Chow Chow? You put my late dog on chilly beans?
(#5425578) CHILI BEANS.
Posted by squirly138 on 13 Oct 2022 at 7:54AM
I put chili in my chili beans and eat with crackers.
(#5425576) Re: 76
Posted by HeatherN on 13 Oct 2022 at 7:50AM
They did! Smiling
(#5425557) Re: chili beans
Posted by Jools on 13 Oct 2022 at 7:02AM
tortilla chips, surprised it wasn't listed
(#5425549) Re: chili beans
Posted by Point01IV on 13 Oct 2022 at 6:49AM
That' actually mine, too. I blend the peppers into the chili, add meat, some beans, and corn. I use that to top Fritos, cheese, and a little sour cream.
(#5425542) chili beans
Posted by Silkwood on 13 Oct 2022 at 6:36AM
I put Fritos and Cheese
(#5425536) Re: 76
Posted by amthevessel on 13 Oct 2022 at 6:23AM
Music Notes Seventy six trombones led the big parade.
(#5425530) 76
Posted by HeatherN on 13 Oct 2022 at 6:11AM
I have 76 at present - but it's over 100 when the Olympics are in full swing.
(#5425474) Re: Games-survey bias.
Posted by amthevessel on 13 Oct 2022 at 1:49AM
Music Notes Many a tear has to fall but it's all in the game.
(#5425468) Re: Games
Posted by Jools on 13 Oct 2022 at 1:20AM
and those who sign up to tournies they have no intention of playing then resign or timeout
(#5425467) Re: Games-survey bias.
Posted by Jools on 13 Oct 2022 at 1:19AM
but over 50% of the poll have less than 50 games Puzzled
(#5425459) Re: Games-survey bias.
Posted by Robyn Hode on 12 Oct 2022 at 11:49PM
Please do and hurry up,
(#5425457) Games-survey bias.
Posted by KG_2020 on 12 Oct 2022 at 11:38PM
The people who answer the surveys and especially those who comment tend to be more active on this site.

It distorts the results away from the people who play few games and are here less often.

Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to get back to my 114 games.
(#5425422) Re: Games
Posted by bookfox on 12 Oct 2022 at 7:47PM
Hope that you feel better soon, Aprildawn. You will be in my prayers.
(#5425400) Re: Games
Posted by aprildawn on 12 Oct 2022 at 6:24PM
I have been sick, so I play whwn I can.
(#5425361) Re: Games
Posted by Lil Red on 12 Oct 2022 at 2:47PM
I try to keep up with my games. I don't want to make the others i play wait.
(#5425335) Re: Games
Posted by Robyn Hode on 12 Oct 2022 at 2:29PM
My favorite part of playing those who have hundreds of games is knowing they will move in the last couple hours and that the tournament I'm in will not last a month or two, but 6 months to a year. The joy.
(#5425288) Re: Games
Posted by Lil Red on 12 Oct 2022 at 10:46AM
Me 6th 😁
(#5425256) Re: Games
Posted by **YANKEE ROSE*JR FRANK PAB on 12 Oct 2022 at 8:37AM
Me 5
(#5425248) Re: Games
Posted by hoof hearted on 12 Oct 2022 at 8:05AM
Me four
(#5425115) Re: Games
Posted by rabbitoid on 11 Oct 2022 at 10:56PM
Same here. I like to be able to move in all my games at least once a day and still make reasonable decisions.
(#5425112) Re: Games
Posted by Jools on 11 Oct 2022 at 10:33PM
I try to keep mine under 100
(#5425102) Re: Games
Posted by Point01IV on 11 Oct 2022 at 7:41PM
I like my games few - the Olympics really stresses me out!
(#5425081) Re: Games
Posted by Clem3610 on 11 Oct 2022 at 6:08PM
Me three Smiling
(#5425078) Re: Games
Posted by GoldiLocks on 11 Oct 2022 at 5:58PM
Me too!
(#5425052) Games
Posted by Cinnamon on 11 Oct 2022 at 4:12PM
As many as possible - I love to play for hours on end Thumbs up while watching my tv shows

Dancing
(#5423700) Re: Favorite pet.
Posted by amthevessel on 7 Oct 2022 at 2:14PM
Music Notes I want to be teacher's pet.
(#5423679) Re: Favorite pet
Posted by bookfox on 7 Oct 2022 at 12:39PM
Ah, thanks for explaining. Hopefully, piggies will get another vote to get them to 1%.
(#5423425) Re: Favorite pet
Posted by Jools on 6 Oct 2022 at 11:49PM
I think if less than 0.5% it gets rounded down
(#5423424) Re: (no subject)
Posted by Jools on 6 Oct 2022 at 11:46PM
It is
(#5423407) Re: Favorite pet
Posted by bookfox on 6 Oct 2022 at 9:05PM
I think there are technical difficulties with the poll, since Guinea pig is at 0% and I voted for that option(of course), so it ought to be 1% now.
(#5423345) (no subject)
Posted by hoof hearted on 6 Oct 2022 at 6:44PM
Why isnít cow in the list 🤣
(#5423311) Re: Pollo de la Hacienda
Posted by fatdaddy on 6 Oct 2022 at 4:19PM
I have.
(#5423205) Hedgehogs
Posted by foster007 on 6 Oct 2022 at 10:47AM
my kid had a hedgehog for three years, what a wonderful pet. was clean (poo and pee in corner on paper) was quiet, no noise at all apart from walking on wheel for an hour each night, would eat any protein (eggs, meat, chicken, worms, bugs), slept alot of the time apart from evening and late night when we wanted to pet it anyhow, slept all school hours, and was friendly when socialized and handled properly. was a much better pet than any hamsters or smaller things we had before. would highly recommend for any kid older than 10 who is able to handle it carefully and calmly. if handled rough or not socialized properly, would not be a good pet, would be skittish and shy .
(#5423157) Favorite pet
Posted by Cinnamon on 6 Oct 2022 at 6:57AM
My Pomeranian dogs

Daisy - RIP March 2022 😭 still grieving - she was my soulmate dog 💔 I miss her so much it hurts so bad

Sophie - RIP December 2021

Katie - RIP Feb 2018

Tanner - my first boy and first rescue - heís 8 years old and so loving and funny - adopted him May 2022 - we are healing each otherís hearts - I lost my Daisy and he lost his first Mommy/owner a few months ago

~Andrea in Indiana~

💕🐾💕🐾 💕🐾💕🐾 💕🐾💕🐾 💕🐾💕🐾 💕🐾💕🐾
(#5423152) Re: Pollo de la Hacienda
Posted by Silkwood on 6 Oct 2022 at 6:29AM
sounds good
why don't you post your recipe on the
CookBook Club
(#5423059) El Polo Loco
Posted by GinnyB on 5 Oct 2022 at 11:57PM
I'M CRAZY ABOUT CHICKEN
(#5422920) Re: Pollo de la Hacienda
Posted by nightingale on 5 Oct 2022 at 2:25PM
Yuuummmmmmm. Mak'en my tumble, grumble Grinning
(#5422917) Pollo de la Hacienda
Posted by fatdaddy on 5 Oct 2022 at 2:10PM
is a recipe I moderated and like quite a bit.
The 8 quart concoction contains -
Chicken
Rice
Tomatoes
Onion
Garlic
Mushrooms
One Serrano or JalapeŮo pepper
Green peppers
Chopped stuffed green olives
Salt, pepper, paprika, chicken bouillon and parsley.

I can it of course in glass jars.
(#5422642) Re: Chicken
Posted by karynsong on 4 Oct 2022 at 8:00PM
I'm with you...Chicken Marsala is my own favorite and I forgot to put it on the list!
(#5422577) Favoritechigken dish
Posted by erletd on 4 Oct 2022 at 3:58PM
Chicken Kiev
(#5422481) chicken soup
Posted by safoocat on 4 Oct 2022 at 11:03AM
How can chicken soup not be a choice?
(#5422415) Re: What no chicken Kiev???
Posted by amthevessel on 4 Oct 2022 at 8:31AM
Chicken Licken and Hen Len.
(#5422388) Re: What no chicken Kiev???
Posted by Jools on 4 Oct 2022 at 6:57AM
or should that now be chicken Kyiv?
(#5422387) Chicken Tikka Masala
Posted by redclay on 4 Oct 2022 at 6:53AM
Some very popular dishes:

Tandoori Chicken
Chicken Tikka (British favourite)
Chicken Biryani
Chicken 65 (very popular bar food)
Chicken Momos
(#5422382) Wjat no chicken Kiev???
Posted by phil on 4 Oct 2022 at 6:27AM
(#5422284) Chicken Satay
Posted by Whafflet on 3 Oct 2022 at 11:43PM
Off the skewers is my favourite Smiling
(#5422281) (no subject)
Posted by Mystic Dreamer on 3 Oct 2022 at 11:11PM
Like chicken and Bisquick dumplings and, also, NO-PEEK Chicken. Love my fried chicken.
(#5422279) Re: Chicken
Posted by Catmane on 3 Oct 2022 at 10:52PM

Depends on mood, budget and availability, but I'm almost always up for chicken marsala.
(#5422277) Re: Chicken
Posted by rabbitoid on 3 Oct 2022 at 10:45PM
Mrs. Rabbit's chicken. Even after 41 years she won't tell me what she does.
(#5422271) Chicken Adobo
Posted by Buddha on 3 Oct 2022 at 9:30PM
I believe it's spelled Chicken Adobo, not Odobo. Delicious!
(#5422270) Re: Chicken
Posted by Jools on 3 Oct 2022 at 9:28PM
odd choice of dishes, no idea what some of them are.
My favourite would be be an Indian or Italian pasta dish
(#5422214) Chicken
Posted by Cinnamon on 3 Oct 2022 at 5:56PM
Thereís nothing like a good BBQ Chicken breast 🥰
(#5422098) Re: GoldTokens 23rd anniversary
Posted by ladyvic on 3 Oct 2022 at 10:24AM
Correct! You got token 1 High five
(#5422081) Re: GoldTokens 23rd anniversary
Posted by squiggy2 on 3 Oct 2022 at 9:42AM
Pony Up board
(#5422073) GoldTokens 23rd anniversary
Posted by ladyvic on 3 Oct 2022 at 9:30AM

Members of The Save Our Earth Club are not eligible to win in this particular contest.
You can only win 1 of each of these tokens.
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First person to answer this question wins

What board has fun contest and you can win tokens and golderoes?
(#5422030) Re: GoldToken's 23rd Anniversary Contest
Posted by RabidWolff of the Wolf Pack on 3 Oct 2022 at 7:23AM
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Well done you are correct!

Contest is closed
(#5422024) Re: GoldToken's 23rd Anniversary Contest
Posted by Stinger2 on 3 Oct 2022 at 7:08AM
L'il Moosie of the Wolf Pack
(#5422019) GoldToken's 23rd Anniversary Contest
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(#5421268) Re: My choice is EMERALD
Posted by Mary on 1 Oct 2022 at 6:07PM
my choice is Emerald.its my birthstone
(#5421119) Re: My choice is EMERALD
Posted by hoof hearted on 1 Oct 2022 at 1:26PM
I want a big fat diamond. Iíll sell it and buy all the others. 😁
(#5421093) My choice is EMERALD
Posted by wanda25 on 1 Oct 2022 at 12:40PM
The emerald isle for this Irish lass

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