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post #61 of 92
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Eww. Do we look like democrats to you? Just kidding. But no, I'm not that generous, unfortunately.

Thanks for the suggestions and congratulations everybody. EMP looked very promising until I discovered that it too is closed on Sundays.

Democrats support that fancy schmancy baflet crap and all. I thought y'all were honest to goodness Nader supporters.

Would you consider Masa? Jean George V may be another option.
post #62 of 92
Le Perigord.
post #63 of 92
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Eww. Do we look like democrats to you? Just kidding. But no, I'm not that generous, unfortunately.
Anniversary perfect time not be stingy, to help fellow man!
post #64 of 92
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What are her interests? Do something she enjoys and then go volunteer at a soup kitchen /homeless shelter toghether for the night. Excellent groups of volunteers will provide good company and a reminder of how blessed you two have been this year.

Congrats.

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epic fail
post #65 of 92
not necessarily. My gf is the type of person that not only enjoys voluteering (and makes me do it every other weekend), but me planning something would score mega points. And I mean mega points.

It just all depends on the girl.
post #66 of 92
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not necessarily. My gf is the type of person that not only enjoys voluteering (and makes me do it every other weekend), but me planning something would score mega points. And I mean mega points. It just all depends on the girl.
This girl you describe is keeper!
post #67 of 92
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This girl you describe is keeper!

we go back to high school
post #68 of 92
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we go back to high school
Good work!
post #69 of 92
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This girl you describe is keeper!

I was gonna say the opposite.

Edit: I'm only kidding, she sounds like a much better person than most of us
post #70 of 92
ha, that's why I need her around. Balance out all of the ice in my veins and thus keep me sane.



Back on topic, Foof, have you found a place yet?
post #71 of 92
Don't go to Le Bernardin, I hate that place. I've never enjoyed a meal there. For romance (is that the goal here?), I'd suggest some place like Bouley.
post #72 of 92
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Foof, have you ever been to EMP?

Do it on Saturday, spend the Sunday lounging, doing nothing, sleeping in, and recovering from the rough sex the night before. Worth it.

FTFY
post #73 of 92
haha

I've tried that after a meal at EMP. It doesn't work. You can't move.
post #74 of 92
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Well, as of the moment, we have reservations at Bouley. I'm going to keep looking for other options, but there's not much else to choose from on Sunday.
post #75 of 92
God, marriage sounds depressing.
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