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post #121 of 519
Look, the problem with eating shrimp is that it makes you look friggin old to most size 14s and below.

Why? The tiny, tiny forks and all the cocktail sauce that inevitably gets on the shoulders of your jacket, in your goatee, and on your shoes.

What hottie wants to kiss a guy with dentures and horseradish breath? The answer? Only a few.

That, in a shell, is the problem.


- B
post #122 of 519
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Look, the problem with eating shrimp is that it makes you look friggin old to most size 14s and below.

Why? The tiny, tiny forks and all the cocktail sauce that inevitably gets on the shoulders of your jacket, in your goatee, and on your shoes.

What hottie wants to kiss a guy with dentures and horseradish breath? The answer? Only a few.

That, in a shell, is the problem.


- B

You have been in the wrong places...

A bit of red lobster and you can bed all Louisiana and Mississipi
post #123 of 519
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Originally Posted by lou View Post
The man on the left is in shape, while the man on the right is not. Casual clothes on the in shape man looks good, but the suit still can't hide the poorer physical shape.


Right, the impression is that the gay guy to the left is in good shape while the potentially straight middle-aged family father guy to the right could have done well not stopping going to the gym after 40.

Was this your point?
post #124 of 519
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We are not talking about bi-valves here. Removing a shrimps intestine is a simple process that takes about1.5 seconds.

The problem is not the time it takes. The problem is the attitude.
post #125 of 519
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Look, the problem with eating shrimp is that it makes you look friggin old to most size 14s and below.

Why? The tiny, tiny forks and all the cocktail sauce that inevitably gets on the shoulders of your jacket, in your goatee, and on your shoes.

What hottie wants to kiss a guy with dentures and horseradish breath? The answer? Only a few.

That, in a shell, is the problem.


- B

I'm not wasting good shrimp on a crappy shrimp cocktail.

I've got several good recipes for shrimp. Have you ever had a fried shrimp po-boy sandwhich, shrimp etoufee, shrimp gumbo. If your ever in Houston let me know, I'll cook.
post #126 of 519
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
You have been in the wrong places...

A bit of red lobster and you can bed all Louisiana and Mississipi

Red Lobster SUCKS!!! They should have their ass removed for what they serve and call food.
post #127 of 519
I've read that clams are bi-curious because of their valving.

Is this true?


- B
post #128 of 519
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Originally Posted by epa View Post
Right, the impression is that the gay guy to the left is in good shape while the potentially straight middle-aged family father guy to the right could have done well not stopping going to the gym after 40.

Was this your point?

Do you know who the man on the left is?
post #129 of 519
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Originally Posted by lou View Post
Do you know who the man on the left is?

Sorry, no idea.
post #130 of 519
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
I've read that clams are bi-curious because of their valving.

Is this true?


- B

The internet is full of movies about bi-curious clams, so it must be.

Look up Penny Flame and Kinzie Kenner for a bi curious clam movie.
post #131 of 519
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I'm not wasting good shrimp on a crappy shrimp cocktail.

I've got several good recipes for shrimp. Have you ever had a fried shrimp po-boy sandwhich, shrimp etoufee, shrimp gumbo. If your ever in Houston let me know, I'll cook.

I will relent that an étouffée is Paleo, but I feel that Houston is a bit too carby to visit.

- B
post #132 of 519
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Sorry, no idea.

Thats sad.

The man is Steve Reeves, and the point was to show that a good frame to hang clothes on goes a long way to achieving a good look.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Reeves

Just google his name and you will get a lot if info on the man.
post #133 of 519
Where is Bull when he can actually be useful?
post #134 of 519
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
I will relent that an étouffée is Paleo, but I feel that Houston is a bit too carby to visit.

- B

Actually it is not. An etoufee is served with rice. Rice was not part of the paleo eating style. The biggest probelm with eating strict paleo is the cost. Real food cost more than the crap we generally eat everyday. I do not maintain a strict paleo lifestyle.

You really are not missing much if you never visit houston. I'm not native to this area, and will gladly leave when the time is right.
post #135 of 519
SF tends to attract a leaner, better looking individual (I think some must be models). They'll always criticize those of us with bad genes, chins, tummies etc. It's often not our fault. We're simply trying to improve on a faulty product. A product you can't send back for a repair or replacement.

Anyway, I have no thoughts on the OP's look. I simply wish him all the best in his transformation.

Lear (the ugly one)
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