RE: Quotes, passages, words or wisdom

My kindness ends where your arrogance crosses the line.

Personal wisdom. grin

RE: Going on a date....Ladies make your choice?

If man has asked me out for first date then he would be expected to choose place and pay. I'm always ready to pay for myself (and I do it if I know, that there will not be next date grin), but I don't like penny-pinchers.

RE: Current Thoughts (Cont)~~

The morning doesn't begin with coffee.
The morning begins with the thought "I should have went to bed earlier."

RE: Current Thoughts (Cont)~~

How it seems to me that here we have a good example of a typical hysterical behavior.
Hysteric person strives to be constantly in the center of attention, achieving this in any way. For this, such person can lie, fantasize, brag, invent non-existent facts. etc. Such person is a many-faced chameleon who can pretend to be anything to achieve one's own by manipulating of people. Hysterical person is not able to objectively evaluate his own actions and can't clearly separate the fruits of one's imagination from reality.

And who said that only females are hysterical?

Just my current thoughts... no fun here at all. moping

P.S. I'll better go there, where no one points the way. laugh

RE: Which is your favourite?

Mittens I can make by myself, so I don't need them. Raindrops on the rose are beautiful, but you can't take them in hands, fold to breast and fondle, the same as bright kettle... So my choose is kitten. :)

RE: When you see yourself in the mirror, do you look the way you feel you look?

When I see myself in the mirror, I always get surprised wow - Wow! Who is this beauty.? laugh

RE: Fake Pictures

P.S. My cement was meant as a response to Maiana. :)

RE: Fake Pictures

There is a term in medicine - a split personality. grin

I do not see another reason for it to be done by a mental healthy person.

RE: The forgotten WAR 1912-1913

There we go... "The forgotten Armenian genocide" from your side. (Nothing personal, just facts.)

RE: In Four Words

Don’t forget to laugh.

RE: In Four Words

Focus on the positive.

RE: Anyone ever ate a raw salted Herring? it is fit for a King........ yummy, yummy....................

Hi, Jenny!
Of course you can pass my recipe and yes, for this salad we use raw salted herring.

According my nickname. It was just for fun and doesn't reflect my nature.
Ah, blind me doh choosing that nickname, I completely forgot to think about men and didn't take into account their feelings. laugh

RE: Anyone ever ate a raw salted Herring? it is fit for a King........ yummy, yummy....................

Hi, Britishcolumbian!

Here it is quite popular and we have used it in different ways. May I introduce you with one of most popular herring salad here "Shuba" or "Herring under Fur Coat"?

"Herring under Fur Coat" served at nearly every special occasion in the post-Soviet space. It was first seen in the early days of the Soviet Union. However, what is most unusual about the salad is its bright purple color, which comes from the top layer of beets and mayonnaise.
The story goes like this: Anastas Bogomilov, a merchant who owned cafes in Moscow and Tver, noticed that his customers would drink heavily and begin to debate the fate of the country in the early post-revolution months. These discussions often ended in fights, where Mr. Bogomilov's glasses and dishes were broken. A chef at one of his cafes offered to create a hearty snack, which would sober up the customers and thus reduce the number of fights. The result was ???? (Shuba).
Now people call it ??????? ??? ?????, which literally means “herring under a fur coat.” As the top layer is made of shredded beets, the dish indeed have a passably "furry" appearance.

Ingredients
2 large, salted fatty herring
3-4 potatoes
2 large beets
2 large carrots
1 medium onion
3 egg yolks (for decoration)
Mayonnaise
Steps
1. Wash and boil the potatoes, beets, and carrots with the skins on until tender.
2. Remove the herring's skin, bones, cut into fillets, and then into small cubes.
3. Choose a large serving plate or bowl and moisten with water.
4. Evenly spread out the herring on the serving plate or in the bowl.
5. Peel and very finely shred the onion. Then, dip it into boiling water. Drain the water and place the onion on top of the fish.
6. Cover this layer with a generous amount of mayonnaise.
7. Finely cube the potatoes and use them to form the next layer.
8. Crisscross the salad with thin strips of mayonnaise.
9. Coarsely grate the carrots and beets into separate piles.
10. Spread the grated carrots over mayonnaise net.
11. For the final layer, place the beets on top and cover in an even, generous amount of mayonnaise.
12. On the top of the salad, crumble boiled egg or decorate the salad with carrot roses, herbs, etc.
13. Cover with a lid or saran wrap and place the salad in the refrigerator for several hours before serving.

RE: I THINK ITS TIME YOU TOLD THE WORLD OF CS WHO YOU REALLY ARE

Most of the time, here on CS, I am just silent observer. (I like observe people action and reaction.)
But .... in real life I am an angel with slightly shabby wings. grin

P.S. One of my motto is - Never say something bad about yourself. Let it do to others, who will do it with bigger pleasure and better, than you. :)) So, it's me. wave

RE: Deleted Profiles and Likes

As I say to myself (in such cases): "Yeah, another one have died of happiness to saw my beauty." laugh

RE: National "blame someone else day"

That's reminded me one King monologue from old movie.
- I am not to blame.
- Blame my ancestors.
- Great grandfathers, grand uncles, all sorts of aunts, forefathers and foremothers...
- They always behaved like complete pigs and now I have pay for their past.
- But I ... I am kind and gentle by nature, I am into poetry, prose and art.. grin

RE: Define normal

It is hard to make such kind of definition as "normal person".

Now "normal person" is who consider itself as who is not different from the others, that is, "normal" - or such "like everyone else". It turns out that we have guided by the "principle of the majority" ("the opinion of the crowd") in determining towards of the normality, and that is not correct.

Therefore in my opinion not always majority is synonym of normality.

For us it seems that normal person is someone who corresponds to our perception of the world, of our notion what is right and what is wrong, what is good or what is bad.

RE: How do you destress?

I have simple way how to distress, just play with bubble wrap and during it look at my cat bemused muzzle. grin

RE: I COULD HAVE GOOGLED THIS!!

How about if they had have safe sex? confused grin

More likely, each relationship, even one night stand leaves its imprint on the person and we subconsciously project our earlier acquired experience on our children. Unfortunately the structure of matter can't explain everything.

RE: what are your hobbies ?

I can for hours watching how others work and give them advices how to do it better. grin

Does it mean that I am lazy, but maybe it means that I am good supervisor? dunno laugh

RE: Name things that are better than sex.

To take off shoes in which I went, or better say in which I suffered all day, because they suddenly became one and a half size smaller. grin

But if seriously, there are a lot of things which are better than sex.
For example: Watching how your baby laughs and smiles.

RE: CS story...

It was so tempting and seductive ...

RE: What's the most off-putting thing about a potential partner.

For me it is possessive and controlling person. I like to have my private space.

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