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Old 07-23-2010, 03:07 PM
 
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
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You can say that again, and an atheist "Amen", as well!!!...


"Just June" is planning on staying home, and "vegging." She intentionally did NOT make any plans to go anywhere, as she just wants "down time" to relax, and read a 960 page novel that she's not had the time to get to! Sleep, read, sleep read. Yup, "just June" is just that "just boring" of a person!
That's pretty much what I do. Having quiet days in a mad, mad, mad world isn't a bad thing.



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~Not on your life, dear friend! The Eyes of June are never far away!


Vacation: Yippeeee!!!!


Darn. I thought we could run riot.
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Old 07-24-2010, 10:06 AM
 
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Default A "daily reflection" and word of wisdom from June:

Never, but never mix tomatoe juice with fried crab cakes. It holds the potential to bring oneself face-to-face with stomach pain that more than mimics the fires of hell. June would even go so far as to say that it is an inherent recipe for a gastronimical experience of hell! --It's not the vodka (in a Bloody Mary) that'll kill ya, but the acid in tomatoe juice. ~Which, when combined with the mere thought of "fried crab" is enough to kill just about anyone. Hence, beware!

Thus says the June.

~Who is grateful to still be alive and pain-free following last night's dining out!
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Old 07-24-2010, 12:12 PM
 
Location: Florida
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Never, but never mix tomatoe juice with fried crab cakes. It holds the potential to bring oneself face-to-face with stomach pain that more than mimics the fires of hell. June would even go so far as to say that it is an inherent recipe for a gastronimical experience of hell! --It's not the vodka (in a Bloody Mary) that'll kill ya, but the acid in tomatoe juice. ~Which, when combined with the mere thought of "fried crab" is enough to kill just about anyone. Hence, beware!

Thus says the June.

~Who is grateful to still be alive and pain-free following last night's dining out!
Aw, goodness-gracious. I'm sorry to hear that you had the fire of hell in your belly. I would add, as I go round my house cleaning up after my little Pomeranian dog - do not feed them baby-back rib bones, even though they enjoy eating them What a mess!

I meant to try the blue crab while I was up in Delaware recently. Maybe it's best that I didn't!

Please don't call me Heartburn!
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Old 07-24-2010, 01:39 PM
 
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....as I go round my house cleaning up after my little Pomeranian dog - do not feed them baby-back rib bones, even though they enjoy eating them What a mess!
Ah yes! Small dogs (June has one!) and baby-back ribs! Never a good combo! June's sympthaties go out to you and your little Pomeranian!

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I meant to try the blue crab while I was up in Delaware recently. Maybe it's best that I didn't!
In June's opinion, crab in any form is wonderful!!! You just don't want to mix fried crab of any sort with that spicy tomato aspect of a Bloody Mary! I'm tellin' ya, it just ain't a good combo! Yikes!
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Old 07-24-2010, 05:11 PM
 
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Never, but never mix tomatoe juice with fried crab cakes. It holds the potential to bring oneself face-to-face with stomach pain that more than mimics the fires of hell. June would even go so far as to say that it is an inherent recipe for a gastronimical experience of hell! --It's not the vodka (in a Bloody Mary) that'll kill ya, but the acid in tomatoe juice. ~Which, when combined with the mere thought of "fried crab" is enough to kill just about anyone. Hence, beware!

Thus says the June.

~Who is grateful to still be alive and pain-free following last night's dining out!
...acidic tummy pain is not funny...halifax!

Fresh seafood comprise 90% of my diet and crabs, oysters, and lobster (every which way you cook it) top the list...never with tomato juice though...
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Old 07-24-2010, 06:01 PM
 
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....crabs, oysters, and lobste top the list...never with tomato juice though...
Isn't it interesting that June just got off the phone after having said the EXACT SAME THING to a 'real life' friend!? June's new "mantra" is to NEVER mix anything of a "seafood nature" with anything of a "tomato nature!"

No, no no!!!



Yuck!
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Old 07-24-2010, 06:05 PM
 
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isn't it interesting that june just got off the phone after having said the exact same thing to a 'real life' friend!? June's new "mantra" is to never mix anything of a "seafood nature" with anything of a "tomato nature!"

no, no no!!!



Yuck!
lol!
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Old 07-25-2010, 01:34 AM
 
Location: New Zealand
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Never, but never mix tomatoe juice with fried crab cakes. It holds the potential to bring oneself face-to-face with stomach pain that more than mimics the fires of hell. June would even go so far as to say that it is an inherent recipe for a gastronimical experience of hell! --It's not the vodka (in a Bloody Mary) that'll kill ya, but the acid in tomatoe juice. ~Which, when combined with the mere thought of "fried crab" is enough to kill just about anyone. Hence, beware!

Thus says the June.

~Who is grateful to still be alive and pain-free following last night's dining out!
to the stomach of hell and to the wonderful full recovery .... now June needs to remember this
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Old 07-26-2010, 10:09 PM
 
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~Despite her nonbelieving status, June just feels oh, so, compelled to say:

"God Bless vacation! God bless 'down time!' God bless sleeping late, and not having to think about work!" A thing of beauty, it is!


Yup.
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Old 07-27-2010, 09:29 PM
 
Location: West Coast USA
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Here's hoping June never runs into a skunk after a seafood meal and must wash herself and all her things in tomato juice.
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