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Moon, you are all over Pinterest :-)

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Indeed the copyright and infringement thereof is an issue. At present the are companies active claiming the copyright fees without paying that out to the original owner of the picture.

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FranTastic444 wrote:Moon, you are all over Pinterest :-)
Ha! I suppose I should see the context of the boards in question! :lol:

It's all good. There's nothing stopping me from wearing short office skirt styles with heels.... its not the most daring thing I've worn out (I mean... you're talking to a guy who's worn a vintage hoop petticoat out and about in Appalachia).
But yeah, Office styles, heels and pencils just aren't my bag.

I like full flowing skirts, lace, flare and fluff... fun stuff!
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Interesting how different styles of skirts appeal to different people.

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Grok wrote:Interesting how different styles of skirts appeal to different people.
My favorite vegetable is broccoli... I've been told I'm strange for this... :wink: :mrgreen:
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Broccoli can be good. :mrgreen:

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moonshadow wrote:My favorite vegetable is broccoli... I've been told I'm strange for this... :wink: :mrgreen:
I like broccoli just about any way you can fix it even raw, I also like cauliflower too. I really like sweet pickled cauliflower a lot.

I hate liver in all of its renditions BUT I love liverwurst. Go figure! :lol: :lol:

So I guess that makes me strange for sure. :alien:
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Gusto10 wrote:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3Tg7Bw-evo

a collection of pictures of amongst others members.
I hope Mark sues, unless he signed a model release form.

Rubbish video with rubbish clickbaity title.

Confirms my belief that men look better in heels than in the waterski shoes we've all been forced to wear forever, though.
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Fred in Skirts wrote:
moonshadow wrote:My favorite vegetable is broccoli... I've been told I'm strange for this... :wink: :mrgreen:
I like broccoli just about any way you can fix it even raw, I also like cauliflower too. I really like sweet pickled cauliflower a lot.

I hate liver in all of its renditions BUT I love liverwurst. Go figure!
You may just never have had well prepared liver. It's a difficult meat to cook properly. Liver and onions, beef liver as prepared by mom & pop restaurants and diners, and some cafeterias, is one of my favourites. Those cooks mostly seem to know how to prepare it well. Then of course a feast of well prepared turkey livers is pretty good too. Tender and sweet.

The biggest downside to liver is that it can be too nutritious to eat everyday!
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Caultron was in there too.
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Daryl wrote:
Fred in Skirts wrote:I like broccoli just about any way you can fix it even raw, I also like cauliflower too. I really like sweet pickled cauliflower a lot.

I hate liver in all of its renditions BUT I love liverwurst. Go figure!
You may just never have had well prepared liver. It's a difficult meat to cook properly. Liver and onions, beef liver as prepared by mom & pop restaurants and diners, and some cafeterias, is one of my favourites. Those cooks mostly seem to know how to prepare it well. Then of course a feast of well prepared turkey livers is pretty good too. Tender and sweet. The biggest downside to liver is that it can be too nutritious to eat everyday!
Daryl,

I have tried liver in many different hotels, dinners, mom & pops and I never can eat it.
I have had it in so many different styles and still can not eat it. (1) I love chicken gizzards fried, stewed, baked and boiled though. ( turkey gizzards too!!) :kiltdance:

Fred

(1) except liverwurst.
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Fred in Skirts wrote: Daryl,
I have tried liver in many different hotels, dinners, mom & pops and I never can eat it.
I have had it in so many different styles and still can not eat it. (1) I love chicken gizzards fried, stewed, baked and boiled though. ( turkey gizzards too!!) :kiltdance:
(1) except liverwurst.
That condition must be offal for you.
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Daryl wrote:
Fred in Skirts wrote: Daryl,
I have tried liver in many different hotels, dinners, mom & pops and I never can eat it.
I have had it in so many different styles and still can not eat it. (1) I love chicken gizzards fried, stewed, baked and boiled though. ( turkey gizzards too!!) :kiltdance:
(1) except liverwurst.
That condition must be offal for you.
Of course it is!!!! :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
Fred :kiltdance:

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