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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by shegirl, Sep 25, 2015.

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  1. shegirl

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    • National One-Hit Wonder Day
    • Listed below are just a few of the well known one-hit wonders from days gone by.
      • 1955 – “Earth Angel (Will You Be Mine)” by The Penguins
      • 1963 – “Six Days on the Road” by Dave Dudley
      • 1968 – “Tip Toe Thru The Tulips” by Tiny Tim
      • 1969 – “Smile a Little Smile for Me” by The Flying Machine
      • 1970 – “One Tin Soldier” by Original Caste
      • 1970 – “The House of the Rising Sun” by Frijid Pink
      • 1972 – “Hot Rod Lincoln” by Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen
      • 1983 – “Puttin’ on the Ritz” by Taco
      • 1988 – “Don’t Worry Be Happy” by Bobby McFerrin
      • Add yours to the list
     
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    You forgot that it is my wife's birthday tomorrow. I am sure tomorrow will be spent laying low, trying to not say anything that will trigger the "I am a year older" whine. Tonight however, I am headed out to watch a local High School football team. I have been told that the team is only ok, but the Portugese Corn Dogs are not to be missed. It is a Linguica, dipped in a corn batter and deep fried to a perfect golden brown. I am told it will age your arteries ten years and worth each lost year. Sometimes it is the simple things in life.
     
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    Math? (You + Me) - clothes = Aww yeah. Show your work.

    No shit, I think the lobster roll is the best way to eat lobster. It is a take on Lobster ala Parisienne, which is basically lobster salad stuffed back inside the shell. I like grilled lobster with lemon butter, and lobster fradiavolo in linguine, but that silly sandwich gets me going.

    I was up all night fantasizing about the boudin sausage in my freezer. I've got mac and cheese waiting for those suckers. With a side of bourbon. It's the weekend. Time to drink a little bourbon.
     
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    I once had a lobster roll at a McDonald's in Maine. It was the one and only time I ever saw such a thing.

    It wasn't nearly as good as the one you can get pretty much anywhere else though.
     
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    I'm partial to just the whole lobster. Boil, lightly season and slash the carapace open to eat the meat. I also really like spiny lobsters, I have never had aught but their tails, but they're sweeter-tasting on the meat, I think, than the Atlantic American Lobsters.
     
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    If only you could get that in Idaho. We just got 'standard' McDonald's food at ours.
     
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    Lobster has nothing on Crab. Crab has way more flavour then Lobster. Lobster only taste like what ever sauce you put on it.
     
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    Bug meat. Somebody will post this, so it might as well be me.
     
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    This one:

     
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    In Maine this summer I ordered a lobster roll and my wife ordered chicken strips, she decided she wanted to taste my lobster roll and ate half of it, bitch. @shegirl when do you try one order your own, not that I am bitter.
     
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    Europe, The Final Countdown. Favorite of Gob and now GEICO.

    This is a superior cover version, though:


    I know it sounds rough at first, but at the 1:15 mark, a roadie comes out and totally fixes everything.
     
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    So my wife and I have been pondering taking some separate vacations so we can do stuff the other isn't in to. I'm a big Vegas fan, but aside from there, anyone have good ideas where I (and probably some friends of mine) might want to check out?
     
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    Not so fast there with the One Hit Wonder label...





     
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    New Orleans
    NY
    Key West

    Those are my favorite places to go so far. Keys have some of the best fishing in the world, but Key West is really expensive for hotels (try the Spindrift or Ocean Breeze, only $160 a night, not $500). Killer bars. New Orleans is kind of cheap, comparatively, if you look around. You will not be bored there. Eating and drinking is cheap and world class. NY is ridiculous. It has everything that you could possibly imagine. So long as you hate nature and only want to whore, drink, and eat.

    Honorable mention: Austin. Sheer amount of good bars and live music nightly is worth the hipster sanctimony. Moderately priced too. 512 pecan beer, holy shitcakes.

    I dig Savannah too, but you can see most of that town in two days.
     
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    I personally enjoy heading to Colorado and skiing for a week with my friends. I do ski and my wife doesn't so YMMV. Steamboat Springs is my favorite place on earth.

    You could also do a golf trip if you are into that. Or check out a city your favorite football team is playing in that weekend.
     
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    Every time a basic white girls says "like", it is as though a thousand nails are dragging across a chalk board.
     
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    Jlo in her prime sex tape to be released. My peen grows hard at the thought of that bodacious jungle rump getting taken to task.
     
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    Not quite. "Together Forever" and "It would take a strong, strong, man" were also big hits for him.

    "Brandy" by Looking Glass

     
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    My daughter is already going into Halloween mode and wants "Halloween movies" to watch. Since I watched Poltergeist for the first time when I was six, does that automatically make it okay for my daughter to watch it since she's almost seven now?

    I wouldn't be watching it as much as watching HER watch it. Back in the day that movie had enough clout to make people wet 'em.
     
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    I kinda feel like if you are a rugged type who enjoys just doing things in nature, there's tons of places in North America you can do that in. I personally think Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park, and quite a few others, are really fun to go to. But they're more the relaxing sort of vacation, and I'm not sure that's the sort of thing you'd want to do.
     
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