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  1. Nov 3, 2009 #81

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    OH yuck!

    3 kilos of mutton will run you 24 dollars NZ.

    by the time it's cooked..you have 1 kilo of fat, 1 kilo of meat and 1 kilo of bones.
    complete waste of money.

    NZ leg of lamb will run you $9 a kilo.. feeds 9 people generously and won't cause you cholesterol probs.

    I bought a lamb leg on the bone, for sunday dinner. 3 kilos for 27 dollars..


    mutton isn't worth what they are asking.

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    I might venture to say, the comparison between girls and women is like MD 20/20 and a vintage Bordeaux.....
     
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    Comparing a NZ woman and a french wine..

    a recipe for disaster.. n'est ce pas?


    Allie

    ;)
     
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    Okay, make it Pinot Noir from your favorite vineyard. My point was that girls in their twenties are like Mad Dog 20/20. (Which I doubt they even have in NZ)
     
  5. Nov 3, 2009 #85

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    I'm in my forties.. make my own wines/ciders and beers..

    What's your point?

    grins

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    My point? I must have had a point. Maybe if I comb my hair right, nobody will notice it.
    My point was that women become more refined and desirable with age (like a fine wine), while girls in their 20s are like cheap booze: good for a quick buzz, but you regret it the next day. :tz
     
  7. Nov 3, 2009 #87

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    you are quite correct.. Women are perfection in motion...

    you didn't expect I would argue?



    ( now waiting for Wade to speak those immortal words..)

    "get a room!"

    :bt

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    I'd like to get a room. Then I'd have more spacce to store my carboys.
     
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    lmao..

    you have great common sense..


    I like that in an american.

    Allie :bt
     
  10. Nov 3, 2009 #90

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    Its rare here, and most of us only get fleeting moments of it
     
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    Mike we adore men for it..( women in general)

    it's not about where you were born.
    men are just gorgeous creatures from any part of the globe.

    gawd..

    am I unfortunately in a ghastly shopping trolley experiment?

    If so..I will do my best not to co operate.

    full stop. ( no further comment)
     
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    Maybe using common sense is a lot like making wine, the more practice, the better.
     
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    Maybe..

    or it's just about the common sense
     
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    I always enjoy window shopping, even when I'm broke. :D
     
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    It's still about common sense.

    Allie
     
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    It's a sign!

    A couple of days ago I was talking to a friend and I mentioned making wine. They say they have a couple of carboys sitting in their basement, could I use them?

    Of course says I! So yesterday they bring me the carboys and I clean them up right away.

    Today I'm in a parking lot and look down and find a $100 bill.

    Now, let me see, what could I use that for? :db :b :db
     
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    woohoo!

    go you good thing!

    that's two things.. good luck comes in threes you know..

    you have one more good thing to come..



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    well if it were me I would be thinking third times a charm and go spend half on lotto tickets and the other on wine stuff. Then tomorrow I would be weeping about the 50 bucks I just threw out.
     
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    Making dinner..

    bacon and leek quiche..

    :bt
     
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    wishing it was friday:fsh
     

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