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Old 09-15-2011, 04:07 AM
 
Location: NE Florida
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Good morning everyone
Happy Thursday
lol no you are not seeing things. Really early start today
Oops I realized that I posted the "today in history & the today's is's for today yesterday
So to be fair to yesterday I am posting yesterdays "stuff" today

Today's Question:


This is for all of you Coffee & Hot Tea fans

Do you enjoy your hot beverage in a
Mug ?
or
Cup & saucer ?


Bonus Question:

Have you ever done any kind of line dance ?


Extra Credit Question:

lol I consider myself _______ though others may think I am _________?


Just for Fun:


Ok fess up have you every been to a "bacchanalia" ?

Feel free to share details



Today in History:

1716 - 1st lighthouse in U.S. lit (Boston Harbor)
1741 - George Frederick Handel completed his "The Messiah". It took the composer just 23 days to complete the musical treasure which is still very popular during the Christmas holiday season.
1814 - Frances Scott Key, an attorney in Washington, DC, was aboard a warship that was bombarding Fort McHenry . Key wrote some famous words to express his feelings. Those words became "The Star-Spangled Banner", which officially became the U.S. national anthem by an act of Congress in 1931.
1868 - Golf's 1st recorded hole-in-one (Tom Morris at Prestwick's 8th hole)


Word of the Day:

bacchanalia \bak-uh-NAIL-yuh\ , noun;
1. A boisterous,riotous, or drunken festivity; a revel.


Today is:
Eat a Hoagie Day
National Cream Filled Donut Day
Line Dance Day
National Anthem Day
National 5-A-Day Day
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Old 09-15-2011, 04:24 AM
 
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Do you enjoy your hot beverage in a
Mug ? I like hot chocolate in a mug.

Bonus Question:

Have you ever done any kind of line dance ? Ha. Im from Texas, so, yes. Line dancing...embarrassing.


Just for Fun:


Ok fess up have you every been to a "bacchanalia" ? Of course. Who hasn't?

Feel free to share details



Today in History:

1716 - 1st lighthouse in U.S. lit (Boston Harbor)
1741 - George Frederick Handel completed his "The Messiah". It took the composer just 23 days to complete the musical treasure which is still very popular during the Christmas holiday season.
1814 - Frances Scott Key, an attorney in Washington, DC, was aboard a warship that was bombarding Fort McHenry . Key wrote some famous words to express his feelings. Those words became "The Star-Spangled Banner", which officially became the U.S. national anthem by an act of Congress in 1931.
1868 - Golf's 1st recorded hole-in-one (Tom Morris at Prestwick's 8th hole)


Word of the Day:

bacchanalia \bak-uh-NAIL-yuh\ , noun;
1. A boisterous,riotous, or drunken festivity; a revel.


Today is:
Eat a Hoagie Day
National Cream Filled Donut Day
Line Dance Day
National Anthem Day
National 5-A-Day Day[/quote]
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Old 09-15-2011, 04:35 AM
 
Location: South Central Texas
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Today's Question:

This is for all of you Coffee & Hot Tea fans

Do you enjoy your hot beverage in a
Mug ?
or
Cup & saucer ?


Bonus Question:

Have you ever done any kind of line dance ?
Sort of!

Extra Credit Question:

lol I consider myself _______ though others may think I am _________?


Just for Fun:


Ok fess up have you every been to a "bacchanalia" ?

Feel free to share details



Today in History:

1716 - 1st lighthouse in U.S. lit (Boston Harbor)
1741 - George Frederick Handel completed his "The Messiah". It took the composer just 23 days to complete the musical treasure which is still very popular during the Christmas holiday season.
1814 - Frances Scott Key, an attorney in Washington, DC, was aboard a warship that was bombarding Fort McHenry . Key wrote some famous words to express his feelings. Those words became "The Star-Spangled Banner", which officially became the U.S. national anthem by an act of Congress in 1931.
1868 - Golf's 1st recorded hole-in-one (Tom Morris at Prestwick's 8th hole)


Word of the Day:

bacchanalia \bak-uh-NAIL-yuh\ , noun;
1. A boisterous,riotous, or drunken festivity; a revel.


Today is:
Eat a Hoagie Day
National Cream Filled Donut Day
Line Dance Day
National Anthem Day
National 5-A-Day Day
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Old 09-15-2011, 04:53 AM
Status: "Hope to not do any of that again." (set 25 days ago)
 
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Today's Question:

This is for all of you Coffee & Hot Tea fans

Do you enjoy your hot beverage in a
Mug ?
or
Cup & saucer ?


Bonus Question:

Have you ever done any kind of line dance ?
My ex's sisters love country music and line dance, so I tried it years ago.

Extra Credit Question:

lol I consider myself a procrastinator though others may think I am much more organized and on top of things. They just don't know how difficult it is for me to settle down and get paperwork done ..... very often it's done last minute, late at night.


Just for Fun:


Ok fess up have you every been to a "bacchanalia" ? Um, yeah. Long ago though. I'm not sure I remember any details........

Enjoy your day!
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Old 09-15-2011, 04:59 AM
 
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Have you ever done any kind of line dance ? yes, and i hope not to have to many more times

Ok fess up have you every been to a "bacchanalia" ? oh yes but not in ages. Pretty sure at least one of them involved line dancing
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Old 09-15-2011, 05:29 AM
 
Location: Australia
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Today's Question:

This is for all of you Coffee & Hot Tea fans

Do you enjoy your hot beverage in a
Mug This - but it has to be a smallish mug, amd not too thick-walled. I have about 20 mugs, but only use two or three.
or
Cup & saucer ?


Bonus Question:

Have you ever done any kind of line dance ?
Once - under extreme peer pressure!


Extra Credit Question:

lol I consider myself ____ though others may think I am _____?
I can't come up with an answer for this one.

Just for Fun:


Ok fess up have you every been to a "bacchanalia" ?
Yes, several.

Feel free to share details
I would, if I could remember the details!

Have a good Thursday.

Last edited by Kobber; 09-15-2011 at 05:40 AM..
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Old 09-15-2011, 05:46 AM
 
Location: Tulsa, OK
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Today's Question:


This is for all of you Coffee & Hot Tea fans

Do you enjoy your hot beverage in a
Mug ?
or
Cup & saucer ?
A mug. The handle has to be big enough to put at least 3 three fingers through. I then hold it by the cup not the handle


Bonus Question:

Have you ever done any kind of line dance ?
Once at a ballgame. It seemed like all the men had to go at the same time. I really had to go and was standing in line dancing


Extra Credit Question:

lol I consider myself shy though others may think I am very outgoing.


Just for Fun:


Ok fess up have you every been to a "bacchanalia" ?
things can get pretty rowdy when you get several racecar crews in a restaurant after a long weekend. Did you know that you can take those butter patties that they used to put on cardboard put them on a spoon hit the other end of the spoon and get them to stick to the ceiling. In fact you can make a game out of it. at least until you're asked to leave the restaurant


Feel free to share details



Today in History:

1716 - 1st lighthouse in U.S. lit (Boston Harbor)
1741 - George Frederick Handel completed his "The Messiah". It took the composer just 23 days to complete the musical treasure which is still very popular during the Christmas holiday season.
1814 - Frances Scott Key, an attorney in Washington, DC, was aboard a warship that was bombarding Fort McHenry . Key wrote some famous words to express his feelings. Those words became "The Star-Spangled Banner", which officially became the U.S. national anthem by an act of Congress in 1931.
1868 - Golf's 1st recorded hole-in-one (Tom Morris at Prestwick's 8th hole)


Word of the Day:

bacchanalia \bak-uh-NAIL-yuh\ , noun;
1. A boisterous,riotous, or drunken festivity; a revel.


Today is:
Eat a Hoagie Day
National Cream Filled Donut Day
Line Dance Day
National Anthem Day
National 5-A-Day Day[/quote]
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Old 09-15-2011, 05:58 AM
 
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[font="Courier New"] I have a collection of coffee mugs and like my coffee in one of them.
Oh I love to do all types of dances, and when Im out, spend a lot of time on the dance floor.
I consider myself silly though some may think Im nuts.
And heres to creme filled donuts and line dancing!!!
Good morning everyone. /FONT]
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Old 09-15-2011, 06:04 AM
 
Location: Sudcaroland
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Hello!!

Today's Question:

This is for all of you Coffee & Hot Tea fans

Do you enjoy your hot beverage in a
Mug
or
Cup & saucer ? That's hubby!


Bonus Question:

Have you ever done any kind of line dance ? Not that I can think of...


Just for Fun:

Ok fess up have you every been to a "bacchanalia" ? No


Today is:
Eat a Hoagie Day
National Cream Filled Donut Day
Line Dance Day
National Anthem Day


Have a nice day!
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Old 09-15-2011, 06:04 AM
 
Location: Orlando
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Good morning all

Today's Question:

This is for all of you Coffee & Hot Tea fans

Do you enjoy your hot beverage in a
Mug ? Hot chocolate in mine please

Bonus Question:

Have you ever done any kind of line dance ? Yes...but for some reason, my mind does not retain dance steps so I'll never be a pro at it lol

Extra Credit Question:

lol I consider myself __shy___ though others may think I am _standoffish________?


Just for Fun:

Ok fess up have you every been to a "bacchanalia" ? Just a couple of times

Feel free to share details Everytime my in-laws get together it turns into a bacchanalia
The rest is protected by the 5th amendment


Have a great day everyone!!
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