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working out for Disney

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by figmentfan423, Feb 20, 2013.

  1. Sans Souci

    Sans Souci Well-Known Member

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    It didn't seem like a big deal and I guess we made the assumption that they were decent people. The roof thing was a condition of the sale. We could not postpone the closing any longer. Our stuff was a day away from delivery and we would have had to store it until he produced this invoice. They were very disorganized. They were late to the closing, because neither one could find their driver's licenses to produce to prove identity. I can see one person misplacing their DL, but both of them? I think they both like to take hits from the bong. :hilarious:

    Once the fall came, you should have seen the stuff that was hidden in bushes that they left behind in the yard! Rusty wheelbarrow, all sorts of wood scraps from projects, quartz remnants, and a bunch of broken huge, cement planters. I have no idea how to even pick these up, they are so heavy. And the planters they did take, they just emptied the contents onto the ground. There are large clumps of soil and rocks everywhere. :cautious:

    I'll stop talking about this now. It was just something that's been burning my butt. :D
     
  2. figmentfan423

    figmentfan423 Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    Don't worry, rant when you need to! It relieves stress, which we all know leads to many worse things.
     
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    I want one of these. I lost mine in a move. :rolleyes: I used to bagged greens/ salad greens that are triple washed. Then I read an article saying each time the produce is processed, the risk of contamination with e coli, etc increases. I think it's better to wash greens at home and minimize the risk of food poisoning. :hungover:
     
  4. figmentfan423

    figmentfan423 Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    My old one was a cheapie(gift from somebody) and it was just faster and easier to wash my own. It was hard to justify buying a new one for quite a while.
     
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    Hello-

    I just finished a toning workout. This one...was interesting. She is on a boat in this red, metallic swim suit in Costa Rica. She is in a pike/three legged down dog a lot you can see more than you ever wanted.The bottom of the swim suit is a very brief cut and her butt is facing the camera. :eek: Then she does this move where she rocks back on to her butt and opens her legs.:jawdrop: I am not a pearl clutcher, but I do appreciate professionalism. I shouldn't be able to tell you get Brazilian waxes when I see you work out. This was a download, but she didn't provide a clip, so I didn't know what I was buying. In the workout, she says, "The captain can not stop watching me." Gee, I wonder why. LOL

    I am making broiled tofu and curry noodles with lots of veggies. :hungry:
     
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    figmentfan423 Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    Just:eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek: Somebody's in the wrong line of work:eek::facepalm::hilarious: Dinner sounds delish:hungry::hungry::hungry:
     
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    figmentfan423 Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    Has anybody heard from @epcotisbest I'm a little worried.
     
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    figmentfan423 Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    Good morning. I already did some HIIT and a few LS miles and best of all I will be able to get out walking with my group today:joyfull: @Sans Souci I'm stealing your dinner idea sans noodles:hungry:
     
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    LOL. She says stuff like, "Let my body be your inspiration." Ok, then.

    I have one of her older workouts and she says stuff like, "Just think of all the attention you will get from men." Yeah, no. I'd rather not. That's not why I workout. :rolleyes:

    She would blow kisses at the camera and say "Mwah" while doing endless repetitions of some torturous move. I may or may not have given her the one finger salute in return and said, "Bite me." :p

    I love working out at home. :D
     
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    The curry noodles/laksa recipe I used was from Weight Watchers. It called for linguini, but I have loads of rice noodles in my pantry. Plus, I think rice noodles are more authentic. It was really good. What I loved the most was that it was a "one pot" recipe. I just pulled out my electric skillet, dumped everything in and it was done in 10 minutes. So easy and fewer pots to clean afterwards is always good in my book. :)
     
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    Speechless ROFLMAO
     
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    Amen Sista!!;)
     
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    No and I am also. I hope they are both ok.
     
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    Just checking in today. Finally, got outside to get my steps and miles in for the day. It was so nice!!! Tomorrow is rainy and 20 degrees cooler so probably inside walking again. :banghead:
     
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    I don't mind the rain but the cooler:mad::mad::mad::mad:
     
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    Boo. But at least consistently nice days are just around the corner. (Or so I hope.) :)
     
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    Hello-

    Checking in with a kickboxing workout. I am thinking of switching up my workout routine, but I don't know what to do. LOL
     
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    Reminds me of one of my brothers, who was the classic example of the old-fashioned style bachelor. He rarely ever cooked anything for himself, but his motto was this: if it can't be all cooked in one pan, it's not worth it. :p
     
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    That sounds like me when my husband is away for work. Not only will I cook something in one pan/a casserole/slow cooker, I will eat the same thing all week. Cooking for one is tedious. My son makes his own meals, which always consist of the most eclectic foods put together.
     
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    That's always a hard decision. What do you feel you need to work on?
     
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