RE: been to holland today

Holland is very beautiful. Thanks for the photos. It's far too warm here to grow tulips

RE: Never an answer back

All point covered above. Don't give up. cheering

RE: DOES THIS SITE REALLY WORKS

Depends who you ask conversing

I have made a good friend who lives very far away in my own country. We are finding a way to meet applause

Must pick through a lot of bad apples to find one that is not spoiled. professor

RE: For The Ladies a Good Looking man from Cape Town

rolling on the floor laughing rolling on the floor laughing rolling on the floor laughing

RE: How old is your oldest article....

I have shoes older than some that stop to gawk at my profile rolling on the floor laughing

RE: Forrest Gump Dies

Here is one for you Jim, not as good as yours but I like it:

Three sisters age 92, 94 and 96 live in a house together.
One night the 96 year old draws a bath, puts her foot in and pauses.
She yells down the stairs, "Was I getting in or out of the bath?"
The 94 year old yells back, "I don't know, I'll come up and see."
She starts up the stairs and pauses, then she yells,
"Was I going up the stairs or coming down?"
The 92 year old was sitting at the kitchen table having tea
listening to her sisters. She shakes her head and says,
"I sure hope I never get that forgetful." She knocks
on wood for good measure. She then yells,
"I'll come up and help both of you as soon as I see
who's at the door."

RE: Corkscrew Willow

Thanks for posting. Love the beauty of nature

RE: feeling`s and anger issues

What you describe is a form of abuse. I lived in a home filled with it. Years later, I worked for a group of counselors. There I was a secretary for this group of professionals and found the truth about this situation. Today, many years later, I look back at all of that. Never again do I wish to be around people who behave this way. There are no words to describe how a child feels when their parent behaves this way. Those feelings stay with a person all the days of their life.

RE: I Found a Wascally Wabbit Today!!

I loved your blog about the wabbit. Nice to know there are a few nature lovers out there who were concerned for him. I'm sure he will be snug as a bug in a rug with his new home.

RE: Don't Make a Fuss About Valentine's Day

You are in big trouble this year I bet laugh

Should have just dried and pressed last years flowers in a scrapbook and review your memories, so you would not have to sleep in the dog house. conversing I still have the single rose my son gave to me as a young boy, still cherish it. Happy Valentines everyone heart1

RE: OBSERVATION: Sodium

Have you ever noticed the amount of sodium in your daily eating habits.. I mean actually read and compare labels? I did that for a long time. It amazes me how much sodium in is each slice of bread or your morning cereal professor Next time your out shopping start taking notice of the amount in one brand vs another. It will make your jaw drop roll eyes

RE: Why Some Men Have Dogs....And Not Wives

Oh... one more thing... when a dog farts he clears the room ... rolling on the floor laughing rolling on the floor laughing rolling on the floor laughing rolling on the floor laughing

RE: Why Some Men Have Dogs....And Not Wives

confused I have a cat, dogs bark too much, a lot of men yak too much.... the cat is quiet and does not need to we walked at the most inconvenient moment. She is warm, sits with me and gives me hugs. Even quite content being in the house and does not try to run away.... I think I made the right choice for me professor Thanks, I see your point but no dog for me right now... mine died and her memory can never be replaced in my heart.

RE: The humour of profiles

it's the reputation of this place I'm sure roll eyes

RE: The humour of profiles

I used to read the profiles, now I just search their photo online and block if necessary professor Got to the point where I thought I had seen it all. Forget what all I mine says at the moment.. I ask them to take a photo holding up today's newspaper laugh That usually will scare them off. Figure it doesn't really matter since not many are in my area.

RE: Lives around my area.

I met a guy on here who is well more than a thousand miles from me. We have a lot of good conversations and there are plans that one day we will meet. There are many states between he and I... I would think there are a lot of people on CS in that amount of distance. Most have nothing at all to say, personally I think there are just here to kill time and gawk at people. applause Lucky me, I found one good apple in a basket of bad ones.

RE: Lives around my area.

Good luck with that, no one lives in my area on here except one scatterbrain. This place does not advertise, so very few are real people and those are scattered about.... The trouble also is, everyone thinks the few here should live around the corner from them laugh

RE: Supernatural

Have not seen one, but I have witnessed strange happenings here in this house. So yes, I believe there was some kind of spirit here. I have a witness to the event. We just looked at each other in awe conversing as the kitchen clock flew across the room and landed in the middle of the floor. Perhaps it was time for my date to go home rolling on the floor laughing

RE: Rules of the House

I've had this plaque in my house for the last thirty years at least. Not sure why... oh yes, back then there were kids at home doh No need for it any more.. I do it all dunno

RE: Happy New Year

party dance buddies danceline danceline

RE: New Year's Resolutions

Perhaps I'll give it some thought, that is more than I did last year... yes give it some thought professor that is what I'll do sigh

RE: men

I see you got some good information listed. Personally I would never do the skype or personal email to strangers. Those are certainly very often danger signs. roll eyes

RE: Just Want To Say

Merry Christmas gingerbread gingerbread gingerbread gingerbread gingerbread

RE: It's A Festivus - For The Rest Of Us! || From '14

Method 1:

Not inspired to celebrate the holidays in the traditional style? You can resist holiday commercialism and stresses while still getting together with your loved ones by celebrating Festivus. This “Festivus for the rest-of-us was" popularized on the TV show Seinfeld and continues to draw fans of anything out of the ordinary. Set aside the day of December 23rd and break out the meat loaf, because Festivus is upon us!

1. Purchase the Festivus centerpiece––a single aluminum pole. This “anti-holiday” goes in the opposite direction of Chanukah and Christmas by celebrating without frills or grandeur.
Dig through the garage, basement or attic for the pole. Festivus is about low fuss and muss so repurposing an item you already own is in spirit. Possible Festivus poles include an old lamp pole, curtain rod or even a long aluminum baseball bat if all else fails.

2. Set up the aluminum pole. This is the centerpiece of the party so set up your pole in a central area of the room or your home.
Don’t decorate the Festivus pole. According to Seinfeld character George Costanza's father, “Instead, there's a pole. Requires no decoration. I find tinsel distracting.”
Don’t enhance or polish the pole––the dingier the better.

3. Hit the grocery store for the traditional Festivus goodies. Every holiday has its own culinary traditions and Festivus is no different.
Find “red” food. The traditional Festivus main course is typically something rich and red, such as meat loaf, spaghetti and meatballs or another favorite, “Beefarino.”
Select side dishes which can include tuna on toast, soup (like bouillabaisse, mulligatawny or turkey chili), airline peanuts and pretzels.

4. Prepare an area to perform “feats of strength.” Since the “feats of strength” portion of the celebration includes a bit of physical interaction, you’ll want a room cleared of valuable (and breakable) items. If you plan to hold an arm wrestling competition, be sure you have a low, flat surface to accommodate the activity.

See the Wiki page for method 2 roll eyes you can thank Steinfeld for being as unusual as always in his ideas. bowing

RE: A "True" Vegetarian....lol

that's the best kind of salad yay

RE: no luck here

Yup, no time limit, some have been here for years professor
Some want instant success roll eyes Others are content with which ever way the wind blows dancingsanta

RE: ................................

Hate is a strong word. I don't hate it, just don't celebrate it. Pretty much just another day like the one before it and after it. When you live alone, can do pretty much what you want. No one in influence me one way or the other. grin

RE: Perks Of Being 50 And Beyond

You forgot one very important thing: never confuse your poly-grip and your preparation-H ointment roll eyes

RE: Perks Of Being 50 And Beyond

doh so very true, but still funny laugh

RE: It's the distance

Oh Ken... next time ask them to take a picture holding up today's newspaper.... that will fix you 1903 situation from arising again laugh

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