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07-03-2013, 08:23 AM
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It is not ok to eat egg sandwiches on the train. Second time this week only this time I can't escape it

I have a sulfer sensitivity which makes the smell that much worse.
So deviled eggs and egg salad aren't on your 4th of July menu I take it?

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Have a great 4th everyone.
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So deviled eggs and egg salad aren't on your 4th of July menu I take it?
Mmmmmmm...deviled eggs and egg salad ftw.

Yeah, I know, I'm strange

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Thank you! Today we are going to kick off the long weekend with pedis from this new place that is AMAZING!!! Then back to the house to kick off the 4th by getting the Tiki up and running!

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Mmmmmmm...deviled eggs and egg salad ftw.

Yeah, I know, I'm strange
Nothing strange about that, IMO. I love eggs. I make great deviled eggs, btw. It's a regular go to item for cookouts.

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Lou's not that weird, and basically harmless.
That explains all that treadmill workout. He wants to be in shape in case she runs

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That explains all that treadmill workout. He wants to be in shape in case she runs
Exactly. There's nothing enjoyable when his target can out run him and get away. You have to be fit for that game...

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i know there's parents here so i will say it.

i judge you and your kids on how well behaved they are in parking lots.

was just leaving target, about to pull onto the main drive in front of the store. parents have three kids, two in the shopping cart and one next to them. once they get to the sidewalk in front of the store, the one takes off running. neither of them react, "stop!" "hey little derp get back here!" they just walk in the drive like there's nothing going on.

in my head there was a giant rubber stamp on their foreheads now. "bad parents".

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Mmmmmmm...deviled eggs and egg salad ftw.

Yeah, I know, I'm strange
I love eggs.

Have 3 eggs over easy with a 1/2 slice of cheese and salsa on top 4 times a week. Omelette's are my favorite, but a pain to make. I am blessed with low cholesterol, so that does no seem to be an issue for me.

It's funny, eggs seem to be a love them or hate them proposition? My oldest and youngest cannot stand the smell of eggs, but my middle son loves them?

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i know there's parents here so i will say it.

i judge you and your kids on how well behaved they are in parking lots.

was just leaving target, about to pull onto the main drive in front of the store. parents have three kids, two in the shopping cart and one next to them. once they get to the sidewalk in front of the store, the one takes off running. neither of them react, "stop!" "hey little derp get back here!" they just walk in the drive like there's nothing going on.

in my head there was a giant rubber stamp on their foreheads now. "bad parents".
I find that the most judgmental people of bad parenting are people without children, and college age kids who have no clue about life in general (but think they know everything), let alone what it's like to try and manage a small child's behavior. I myself was guilty of it as well prior to having kids. That being said though, I do find it odd that I need a license to drive a car, hunt, fish, or buy a gun, but any moron in the world can be a parent.

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I find that the most judgmental people of bad parenting are people without children, and college age kids who have no clue about life in general (but think they know everything), let alone what it's like to try and manage a small child's behavior. I myself was guilty of it as well prior to having kids. That being said though, I do find it odd that I need a license to drive a car, hunt, fish, or buy a gun, but any moron in the world can be a parent.
*shrug*

i was brought up to be well behaved in situations like that, not go charging across parking lots like an animal.

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I love eggs.

Have 3 eggs over easy with a 1/2 slice of cheese and salsa on top 4 times a week. Omelette's are my favorite, but a pain to make. I am blessed with low cholesterol, so that does no seem to be an issue for me.

It's funny, eggs seem to be a love them or hate them proposition? My oldest and youngest cannot stand the smell of eggs, but my middle son loves them?
You have to throw some hot sauce and/or ketchup on them too...

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Today at work is going to consist of spinning in a chair and looking important for 8 hours. Yay?

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i was brought up to be well behaved in situations like that, not go charging across parking lots like an animal.
Absolutely. My kids don't do that, ever. They stay with us in parking lots and stores, and they behave in restaurants. The real tragedy in your story was the kid having to be taught life lessons from people who are clearly incapable of imparting basic structure and rules onto their kids. Unfortunately, a lot of parents today take the path of least resistance because it's easier. I truly fear for society when their kids are running things.

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I love eggs.

Have 3 eggs over easy with a 1/2 slice of cheese and salsa on top 4 times a week. Omelette's are my favorite, but a pain to make. I am blessed with low cholesterol, so that does no seem to be an issue for me.

It's funny, eggs seem to be a love them or hate them proposition? My oldest and youngest cannot stand the smell of eggs, but my middle son loves them?
I love eggs- I am blessed with low self esteem and cholesterol as well. I have some shoulder ham cooked last night and damn I did not have any Engish muffins to make a ham, egg, and cheese sandwich- will hit the MB in Middleton on the way home, Kovi if I see you pushing a cart we can go get an ice cream up the street and I'll apologize for Facebook lol (not on and not sure how to be even on). Heading to gym so if you want to make that proposed deal I am ready.

btw- this is the Kalus Trade Eve that had me do a drunken melt down on these boards many years ago. I was pissed it was Kalus and not Krejci....wow, feel shame

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Today at work is going to consist of spinning in a chair and looking important for 8 hours. Yay?
Life in the corporate world is truly amazing, isn't it?

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Absolutely. My kids don't do that, ever. They stay with us in parking lots and stores, and they behave in restaurants. The real tragedy in your story was the kid having to be taught life lessons from people who are clearly incapable of imparting basic structure and rules onto their kids. Unfortunately, a lot of parents today take the path of least resistance because it's easier. I truly fear for society when their kids are running things.
this is pretty much how i feel.

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Eggs are gross.

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you can not make French toast without eggs- I rest my case

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Now that's just crazy talk.

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sounds like time to break out and work on the Penske file

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Pretty phenomenal. I've literally done nothing for almost 2 weeks. I have to do trainings to be able to use teller drawers, and sell stuff, but for whatever reason I don't start that until the 11th. I started here on June 24th. Usually you start on Monday and that first Wedensday you're in training...or in my case 3rd Wedensday.

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*shrug*

i was brought up to be well behaved in situations like that, not go charging across parking lots like an animal.
Telling children to not go charging out into a parking lot and having them listen are two completely different things. It is a constant battle and has more to do with a child's energy and impulsiveness than a lack of parenting skills, although it's very surprising that the parents did me make any attempt to stop the child.

Your parents must have felt blessed to have such a well mannered child as yourself?

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*shrug*

i was brought up to be well behaved in situations like that, not go charging across parking lots like an animal.
For the record, I've had more than one person tell me to my face that I'm a bad parent.

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Eggs are gross.
Wow, just wow.

Any thoughts I had of us one day settling down together are obviously over...even if you are really cute

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