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Ribbit
Wednesday, March 26, 2008, 10:49pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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reservation


Reservation?

Re: ice cream.  If you've watched "Supersize Me" carefully, you will remember that one of the doctors the guy saw talked about the addictive properties in dairy.  It's not just the sugar.  It's not just that it tastes nice.  It's actually addictive.  Do a google search and see what you come up with.


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Sorry about my word screw up, to whoever had to modify it.  I didn't think that would be considered a swear but I'm a little goofy at times.

"Reservation".  Probably another goofy saying of mine.  I wasn't sticking so strictly to the diet on weekends.  That's what I meant by "going off the reservation".  It's probably midwest farmer talk or something.  Well, it's actually probably kind of disrespectful somewhat to a certain type of person but I don't mean it that way.  I guess old sayings are kind of like that.  I apologize.


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Oh, kind of like the bumper sticker my sister used to have on her car:  it was a Dixie flag and it said, "Welcome to the South.  Now go home."  It wasn't that she was being mean, it was just regionally funny.  I understand the "reservation" part now.  Never heard it.  We would say, "I fell off the wagon."  Or "I fell off the train."


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Well, I sometimes say things that would be considered crude in mixed company and I'm not very well bread that way.  My ancestry is basically a bunch of farmers and certain things whether they be good or bad sometimes stick.  I'll try and do better.  I've seen people much more crude than I though.  hehehehhehehhehehhehe.  I guess sometimes I don't even realize it.  Did you're Mom ever get mad at you and read you the riot act and then at the end of it say ,"Now put that in your pipe and smoke it!!!!!".  Well, my Mom said that alot.  And she'd probably give me a slap for admitting it on a public forum.  Hehhehehhehehehehhe.


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I don't know if this is typical of ABs, but the ones I know aren't known for being subtle.


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I don't know if this is typical of ABs, but the ones I know aren't known for being subtle.


One of the kids, perhaps?
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Perhaps.  And she, among others.


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I think I definitely fall into the "complex" category.  As Dr. D says about it in his book.  Isn't that what he said?  Modern and complex?  I fit alot of these descriptions about nonnies too, but I don't know yet.  If I'm an AB non secretor that will put me in such a small percentage of people that it's mind boggling.


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