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It is from the Keurig machine we have in the office, nothing fancy. Unfortunately, I think there is milk in it, because my stomach has pains in it now. (I took a Lactaid before I had the beverage, but to no avail.)
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With port you wouldn't have tummy ache now. And yeah, I kinda forgot about your lactose or whatever thingy there.
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Lovely evening, wine in hand. Just ordered 10-piece Cuisinart cookware set for the new apartment. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Congrats Conne. So about that Men in Black dance video...
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No video exists. I hope.
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Often when I look in the mirror, I think "I don't have a very good appearance." But then sometimes I look in the mirror and think "Hey, I don't look all that bad." The latter happened today.
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^When l I look in the mirror I remember I once had dark brown hair but now as a Sliver Fox i am distinguished. So i am happy with the fact that I have hair not like my younger brother who is bald. Ha!

And I just bought some new stereo speakers wahooo! cranked up a bit of Led Zeppelin Celebration Day which I am sure the neighbours enjoyed. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

The price was great saved a couple of hundred on the recommended retail which is even better.

Or I could go to TTAPYO thread and moan about planed obsolesce but its been a beautiful day and there is Rugby on tonight so yes all is well in the garden.
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post


There's vodka or whiskey in there, right?

I like rum in hot chocolate. Or Cointreau if I'm feeling fruity.
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Originally Posted by b1os View Post


What kind of hot chocolate beverage are you enjoying? I can definitely recommend you to get some high quality cocoa powder (not de-oiled), add some sugar and hot--preferrably steamed--milk. It's most certainly superior to any pre-mixed hot chocolate beverage powder you can find on the world's market.

Have you ever tried Charbonell and Walker's hot chocolate? It consists of little flakes of real chocolate, rather than a powder. It's a little trickier to make but delicious.
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

It is from the Keurig machine we have in the office, nothing fancy. Unfortunately, I think there is milk in it, because my stomach has pains in it now. (I took a Lactaid before I had the beverage, but to no avail.)

Why not just avoid dairy altogether? Or drink almond milk?
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post

Why not just avoid dairy altogether? Or drink almond milk?

I have avoided dairy for twenty years, so I don't want to do that anymore. That said, I do drink soy milk 99.5% of the time that one would normally drink milk. To me, the taste of milk is disgusting. (Probably because I went twenty or so years without drinking it. It tastes like butter to me.)
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Blasphemy.

Whole milk or GTFO!
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

LOL. My usual 'finance' away on business' dinner goes like this:

Scotch while cooking a steak and potatoes, then wine during dinner. Goat cheese and beet salad. Fallowed by a glass of cognac to help digest.

That sounds wonderful.

I think I'm going to go with this type of thing tonight. Nothing healthy, mind you, but at least something that shows I'm able to eat like a grown man. McDonald's and candy was amusing from a "let's eat like we're 14" perspective, but...ew.

I also have a bottle of bourbon sitting in my bar that came highly recommended. I bought it last week but didn't open it. It's chilly and rainy out, so I'm thinking it might be a good night for a great meal and some whiskey. I think I have a little bourbon cream left in the fridge, too, so I might even break out the new French press and make one of my patented redneck coffees.
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laugh.gif yes i know. i have been keyed before, so i have sympathy.
I was thinking of letting the air out of the tires. If that doesn't work, then.....
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Originally Posted by MrG View Post

That sounds wonderful.

I think I'm going to go with this type of thing tonight. Nothing healthy, mind you, but at least something that shows I'm able to eat like a grown man. McDonald's and candy was amusing from a "let's eat like we're 14" perspective, but...ew.

I also have a bottle of bourbon sitting in my bar that came highly recommended. I bought it last week but didn't open it. It's chilly and rainy out, so I'm thinking it might be a good night for a great meal and some whiskey. I think I have a little bourbon cream left in the fridge, too, so I might even break out the new French press and make one of my patented redneck coffees.

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