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Nerd rage? I hope you're trolling. Judging by your one liner post, I will assume you are. And just to let you know, you are not doing a very good job. And yes, I wish that I could have a wife and kids. Maybe when I'm 34. But not when I'm 17.

you are the one who went off topic first. dont cry to me about trolling. grow up
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First of all, I'm not "trying" anything. You just said he shouldn't make you seem less then him. He obviously has higher standards as a father then you do, and when you say that, people usually think that you are trying to put yourself on the same standard that he is on. Oh, and most people's kid attend school. Judging it being ~12pm where I live, most kids in my area are required to be in school by state law. Also, you state that you have nothing to prove to him, but yet you still and attempt to make him content with your parenting style.
Ahh, okay....Makes sense...to you I suppose.
So based on what he wrote, he has higher standards as a father? But wait, no body cares about ones family on this forum, yet you have made this ruling based on his claim. You not having all facts needed to form this opinion from my life style and the life style my family lives in to his. I'm sorry, your need to bud into this with your logic is asinine. You think I have no right to be defensive and reject his comment to me....okay. But seeing how he has questioned my abilities as a mature and prioritized father is okay to let it slide.

Now, do you know his kids are in school? Assumptions.
If I really wanted to prove my point, all I would have to do is post my bank account balance, home, car, etc...but that's taking it too far...wouldn't you say since you feel compelled to have an opinion in this matter.
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I eat from a bowl or the pot almost exclusively, like a dog. I broke the last two large plates I had 4-5 months ago. I put the mostly healthy food I cooked myself in the pot to heat up again, and the heat it on low on the stove, as I'm not sure if the microwave actually destroys/breaks many proteins and vitamins or not...but knowing the eugenicists that are all over the "health"/death industry, a stovetop is no doubt the safer bet.


3 guesses as to how my last 2 plates broke at the same time, its the type of mistake I hardly ever make, and very dangerous.
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Usually I just answer questions etc. on here, but every now and then I do my best to see if someone will 'bite'.

Today, a boring day at work due to the ice storm we got last night, seemed like a fun time to try....and it worked. devil.gif

Dude I don't care about your habits or this and that, I was only having fun with you. eek.gif

lol! You got me....in to crap! lol

Ah well, sucker born every minute, right?
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Ok, back to food.

I also love:

-Spinach Artichoke dip with Wheat thins ( a personal Fav)
-I brew my own Iced Tea, so I go through many cups of that
-If I'm just being lazy cereal is a good turn to
-Left over stromboli if the wife has made that recently

most of mine are more meal related then snack related, it's just more of what we typically have in the house. The kids don't drink pop or eat lots of candy, so it's not stocked highly in the pantry.

Chips always got my hands to messy, etc.

Edit: ^Nah, I thought at most you'd respond and we could laugh about it, didn't realize others would jump on the bandwagon, tensions must be high around the globe today! I apologize to all, let's get back to the food talk!
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Too much junk food and you hardcore gamers are gonna start getting plump, round "softcore" biggrin.gif
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post #67 of 147
Cut up orange pepper slices and dr pepper.

Pizza for LAN parties?
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I usually go with a can of whole natural Almonds. I love almonds. biggrin.gif
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It's hard to eat while gaming, so i don't usually eat too much WHILE i game, but when i get breaks eg, in a lobby, i usually go fetch something then.

I actually quite like to play Left 4 dead 1 or 2 when i'm eating, because i can go on idle and still have some entertainment while i nom.
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I've heard transferring normally bowl bound foods to a mug works quite well. Noodles, Cereal and what not.

Only takes one hand to pick up a mug smile.gif
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