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#20052 Feb 21 2013 at 4:55 PM Rating: Decent
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My watch cost me $20 and is purple. It tells me the date, the day of the week, and what time it is. That's good enough for me.

Seriously though, I really do not understand the hard on you guys have for watches. Especially watches with no numbers on them.

Your watch can't go 300 meters deep in water while still telling time (yours would be crushed).

Your watch will run out of batteries and you'll have to throw it away because a battery costs as much as your watch.

My watch will last long enough to be passed on to my children and it'll take a beating every day and still be just as readable, just as good as the day I got it (plus scratches to the case, which add character and tell a story).

Here's a story about a guy that's worn the same Rolex for 30 years.

Outside of maybe a G-Shock, there aren't any watches that will last for 30 years. And the best part about that guy's watch is that he can pass it on to his kids some day and they'll still have a great watch and they'll be able to remember their dad by it.

My own father has his father's Patek Philippe, a watch that is worth about $40,000 (possibly more now). My grandfather had no idea what it was worth; one of his friends gave it to him when they were working on a business deal together. My father would never sell that watch, and neither would I. My grandfather wore the sh*t out of that watch every day not realizing what it was worth, and now my father wears it every day.

My father didn't even realize what the watch was worth until I told him a couple months ago. He, like my grandfather, had no idea what kind of brand Patek Philippe was/is. He just knew it was a great watch that still worked and that my grandfather wore it. That's all that really matters to him.

There's not a whole lot else in this world that you can pass on that will mean so much to someone that they'll use every day. Maybe a lighter if you're a smoker, maybe a pocket knife, maybe jewelry for women. But a watch is a universal thing that a lot of people use every day. To be able to carry something that your father (or mother, if you're a girl) wore for most of their life and took care of every day is something pretty special.

That's my opinion, anyway. If/when my dad hands my grandfather's Patek on to me, I know that I'll cherish the sh*t out of it.

Edit: I accidentally a word.

Edited, Feb 21st 2013 2:56pm by Theophany
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#20053 Feb 21 2013 at 5:01 PM Rating: Good
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Also, you guys need to watch this.



That is awesome! Made my day :)


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#20054 Feb 21 2013 at 8:14 PM Rating: Good
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$2600 for a watch? Can it teleport me back and forth through time?
No but it'll get you laid.


I doubt the watch will do it. More like the limo, the suit, the VIP pass and the drinks that come before it.

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Your watch can't go 300 meters deep in water while still telling time (yours would be crushed).


Easy on the sales pitch, Mr. Bond. If we're going 300 meters below water, we'd probably not be wearing our $2600 wristwatch in the first place.

Edit: Just to make it clear, I'm not bashing your clockwork fetish. I'd probably settle for 100 of Tails' cheap watches and blow the remaining $600 on prostitutes and beer, but that's just me.

Edit2: I'm done editing this post now. Sorry. Bit drunk, can't decide on what to write. Good times.

Edited, Feb 22nd 2013 3:58am by Mazra
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#20055 Feb 21 2013 at 10:56 PM Rating: Good
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Overlord Theophany wrote:
Your watch can't go 300 meters deep in water while still telling time (yours would be crushed).
Maybe, but I can get one that can do that for as low as $50. If it were me, personally, I wouldn't be that deep underwater I wouldn't take such an expensive watch underwater like that, but I'm paranoid.
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Your watch will run out of batteries and you'll have to throw it away because a battery costs as much as your watch.
Not really, batteries cost like $5. But in the example of the cheap 300m diving watch though ($50 watch so $50 per battery) the average watch battery lasts for five years, so it'd take more than 50 years before having a cheaper watch catches up to a $2600 watch. As it were though, it'd be more like 500 years of battery purchases. Not a compelling argument, truth be told.
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That's my opinion, anyway. If/when my dad hands my grandfather's Patek on to me, I know that I'll cherish the sh*t out of it.
See, that is legitimately compelling reason. I like that reason. It's the perfect reason. Though I think there's compelling argument that you'd also cherish the sh*t out of a jar of dirt if it held significant meaning to your grandfather, but is no less legitimate. Use just that reason. The other two are bullsh*t.

Don't get me wrong, we've all got our little things we buy that are expensive that other people don't understand. I've got my rifles and pistols. While I could argue that it's for safety, the exact reason is much simpler. I like them, and am good with them. I'd personally love to drop $12k on an M107a1, and if I could I probably would. It's not for safety (kind of hard to argue that when the effective range is 1,800 meters. "That guy two counties over was holding a knife and it made me feel unsafe so I shot him" probably wouldn't fly in court.), my job technically gives me one when it's decided I need one so it isn't for work. I just like them. So I'm not saying I think it's stupid to buy an expensive watch. Just pointing out some of the arguments are weak for it.

Also I'm remarkably bored that my family have regular sleep schedules and I don't.

Edit: I looked a little better and the cheapest 300m dive watch I found was actually $130. While it changes the calculations from 50 years to 20 years, I really don't think either of us are willing to argue that a watch battery costs $130. I just felt the need to correct that error on my part.

Edited, Feb 22nd 2013 12:21am by lolgaxe
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#20056 Feb 22 2013 at 1:08 AM Rating: Good
Yeah, I like the family heirloom reason too. That's the only one I agree with. I'm never going to go 300m underwater, so the point is moot for me. Mines goes 50m underwater, and that's good enough. As far as the battery goes, if I like the watch enough I don't mind buying a battery so it keeps working. I think I will with this one.

Yay, at least someone liked my video! Smiley: tongue My sister didn't find it funny, but she was also exhausted when I showed it to her.
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#20057 Feb 22 2013 at 1:59 AM Rating: Decent
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PigtailsOfDoom wrote:
Yeah, I like the family heirloom reason too. That's the only one I agree with. I'm never going to go 300m underwater, so the point is moot for me. Mines goes 50m underwater, and that's good enough. As far as the battery goes, if I like the watch enough I don't mind buying a battery so it keeps working. I think I will with this one.

50m water resistance actually doesn't mean that your watch is good to that depth.

Regardless, I take both your and lolgaxe's points; features on a watch are achieved at much lower price points (except for a few like helium release valves and automatically-resizing bracelets that some of the new divers have and are necessary if you're going to do some serious diving) than are quite necessary at the luxury watch price points.

Some things you do actually get at higher price points, like the finish on the $2600 watch I posted previously you wouldn't find on a $150 Citizen/Seiko.
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#20058 Feb 22 2013 at 3:03 AM Rating: Good
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Still, you have to have the money so that $2.6k won't break the bank as well as have a great appreciation for the internal movements and design before you'll consider spending that on a watch.

I don't think I'll ever spend that much on a watch, if only because 2.6k is quite a way towards a trip halfway across the world and that's much more interesting to me. Not to mention the myriad of other design stuff I'd be happy to spend money on.
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#20059 Feb 22 2013 at 9:55 AM Rating: Good
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I thought about it, and I can safely say that if I'm 300 meters under water, something horribly wrong happened 295 meters ago.

Edited, Feb 22nd 2013 10:56am by lolgaxe
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#20060 Feb 22 2013 at 10:09 AM Rating: Good
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1114 messages since I last stopped by? I'm not back-tracking.

But I see we're still talking about watches. Works for me.
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#20061 Feb 22 2013 at 10:19 AM Rating: Good
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Nah, we're talking about them again. We've had every other possible subject (including whether you were still alive) since then and now we're back to watches.
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#20062 Feb 22 2013 at 10:30 AM Rating: Excellent
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I'd wager most people that have a watch that says something like "50m water resistant" are thinking it's awesome the thing works after dropping it in the toilet, and that's all they really need.

Edited, Feb 22nd 2013 8:39am by someproteinguy
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#20063 Feb 22 2013 at 11:21 AM Rating: Good
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
1114 messages since I last stopped by? I'm not back-tracking.

But I see we're still talking about watches. Works for me.


Nice of you to send a postcard. It's not like we were freaking out about your sudden disappearance 900 posts ago or anything. Jerk.

Welcome back. Where'd you go?
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#20064 Feb 22 2013 at 11:26 AM Rating: Good
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Open your eyes. He said he was hooking in his other thread.
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#20065 Feb 22 2013 at 11:28 AM Rating: Excellent
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I was hoping he'd get the fox news thing.
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#20066 Feb 22 2013 at 11:35 AM Rating: Good
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Mazra wrote:
idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
1114 messages since I last stopped by? I'm not back-tracking.

But I see we're still talking about watches. Works for me.


Nice of you to send a postcard. It's not like we were freaking out about your sudden disappearance 900 posts ago or anything. Jerk.

Welcome back. Where'd you go?
You'll make a good dad someday Maz.
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#20067 Feb 22 2013 at 11:43 AM Rating: Good
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Open your eyes. He said he was hooking in his other thread.


Great, so he brought back money.

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Awww, thanks.
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#20068 Feb 22 2013 at 11:50 AM Rating: Good
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Mazra wrote:
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Open your eyes. He said he was hooking in his other thread.


Great, so he brought back money.
That means he can buy a round.
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#20069 Feb 22 2013 at 12:02 PM Rating: Good
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#20070 Feb 22 2013 at 12:32 PM Rating: Good
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Lol, sorry. I ended up getting caught up in a few writing projects I working on, plus reconnecting with some friends, plus job hunting.

Mostly just trying to keep busy IRL so I didn't go insane from my lack of employment.
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#20071 Feb 22 2013 at 12:42 PM Rating: Good
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yeah right, you just did it to make us worry.
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#20072 Feb 22 2013 at 12:52 PM Rating: Good
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I was going to point out that a few of you are my friends with me on facebook...

But now I see that Pigtails asked back in January if I was alive and I never saw it. Awkward.

Sorry Pigtails!
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And I've been facebook free for at least 6 months now.


So yeah, do you see how much you scared us now? Do you understand how that made us feel!? You should be grounded for a month for this behaviour young man.
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#20074 Feb 22 2013 at 1:31 PM Rating: Good
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Well, I have to go to a three year old's birthday party tomorrow. That's close enough, right?
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#20075 Feb 22 2013 at 1:34 PM Rating: Good
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That depends, will there be a clown?
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#20076 Feb 22 2013 at 1:36 PM Rating: Good
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No, but her racist, redneck grandparents will be. And they'll certainly be bringing all their dysfunction with them.
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The best thing to do in that situation is to bring a black chick with you.
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No, but her racist, redneck grandparents will be. And they'll certainly be bringing all their dysfunction with them.
You could have just said yes.

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The best thing to do in that situation is to bring a black chick guy with you.
FTFY.
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#20079 Feb 22 2013 at 1:58 PM Rating: Excellent
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His Excellency Aethien wrote:
idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
No, but her racist, redneck grandparents will be. And they'll certainly be bringing all their dysfunction with them.
You could have just said yes.

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The best thing to do in that situation is to bring a 2 black chick guys with you.
FTFY.

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#20080 Feb 22 2013 at 2:05 PM Rating: Good
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It's easier to rationalize that two guys going somewhere are just friends than it is for a guy and a girl. Of course it's different if you go out of your way to hang all over him, but the effort to effect ratio is slightly better for guy/girl.

Edited, Feb 22nd 2013 3:06pm by lolgaxe
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#20081 Feb 22 2013 at 2:11 PM Rating: Excellent
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True, I'm assuming there'd be all sorts of hanging on each other and flirting just to make the experience all that much more rewarding.

Edited, Feb 22nd 2013 12:11pm by someproteinguy
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I figured if you take the guy there it's no more than polite to make out with him in front of said racist redneck grandparents.
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#20083 Feb 22 2013 at 2:35 PM Rating: Good
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Lol, I could wear a "Once you go black" shirt. And of course we'd walk in holding the biggest ****** we could find.

Plus side, I doubt I'd be expected to attend any future B-day parties.
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#20084 Feb 22 2013 at 2:48 PM Rating: Good
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There's a *** fetish/*** store in Amsterdam that has a wall of (giant) dildoes. It's rather interesting, mostly me wondering how some of those would ever possibly fit up anyone's backside.


Last time I was there they had one for sale that was basically a giant **** plug but in the shape of a *****. With the flares or whatever it's called at least 8 inches wide at the widest parts. And that's ignoring the buttplugs that are bigger than an average person's head.

It's just mind boggling.
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#20085 Feb 22 2013 at 2:57 PM Rating: Good
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I'm fairly certain whoever uses those is not someone you want to stand in line behind.

Ever.
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#20086 Feb 22 2013 at 3:09 PM Rating: Good
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I once asked the cashier if they actually sold those, he said yes. whe I asked him how the bloody **** that could fit he said he just doesn't ask.
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#20087 Feb 22 2013 at 3:14 PM Rating: Good
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Smiley: lolSmiley: lolSmiley: lol

I want to know what percentage are purchased just to freak him out.
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Given that from what I've seen, they all pass the €100,- mark, I bet that's a very small number.
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His Excellency Aethien wrote:
I once asked the cashier if they actually sold those, he said yes. whe I asked him how the bloody **** that could fit he said he just doesn't ask.

It does fall firmly in the "I don't want to know" category.
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#20090 Feb 22 2013 at 3:26 PM Rating: Good
yay Digg is back! Smiley: grin And seriously Maz, that was some awesome nagging there, lol.

I'm pretty sure regular fisting stretches things pretty well back there. Or in the front for women. One of my kinky friends told me he knows a girl who used to use a 2 liter coke bottle as a *****. That just boggles my mind.
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#20091 Feb 22 2013 at 3:27 PM Rating: Good
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His Excellency Aethien wrote:
I once asked the cashier if they actually sold those, he said yes. whe I asked him how the bloody **** that could fit he said he just doesn't ask.

It does fall firmly in the "I don't want to know" category.

Well you know what they say--curiosity killed the cat.

If you know what I mean Smiley: sly
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
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His Excellency Aethien wrote:
I once asked the cashier if they actually sold those, he said yes. whe I asked him how the bloody **** that could fit he said he just doesn't ask.

It does fall firmly in the "I don't want to know" category.

Well you know what they say--curiosity killed the cat.

If you know what I mean Smiley: sly

More like curiosity impaled the cat on a stake.
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I need to not eat sausage while reading this thread.
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#20094 Feb 22 2013 at 3:57 PM Rating: Good
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I need to not eat sausage while reading this thread.


Better than Indian while reading this thread.
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#20095 Feb 22 2013 at 4:07 PM Rating: Good
I won't be eating anything for a while after reading this thread.
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#20096 Feb 22 2013 at 4:27 PM Rating: Good
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I'd suggest Vodka then.
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#20097 Feb 22 2013 at 4:30 PM Rating: Good
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Still, you have to have the money so that $2.6k won't break the bank as well as have a great appreciation for the internal movements and design before you'll consider spending that on a watch.

I don't think I'll ever spend that much on a watch, if only because 2.6k is quite a way towards a trip halfway across the world and that's much more interesting to me. Not to mention the myriad of other design stuff I'd be happy to spend money on.



This I why I don't try and justify my car to my friends. They aren't in the postion to spend even a fraction of the money on a car that I did. And it is really hard to see the value of spending over $280k on something will take you places the same as a $10k car. All I know is that I love having it and I love driving it and it makes putting up with the stress, pressure and long hours at work seem worthwhile.

Now, if I could just manage to get the baby seat into my wife's 2 seater i'd actually be able to drive it more often.
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#20098 Feb 22 2013 at 4:34 PM Rating: Good
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I'd suggest Vodka then.


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#20099 Feb 22 2013 at 4:57 PM Rating: Good
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I'm having two friends over for drinks tonight. One of them only likes disgustingly sweet things, so I'm grabbing a Riesling. Figure a drier one will be a decent compromise (she apparently "hates" Pinot Grigio).

It would be so much easier if we didn't all have early/busy mornings tomorrow. Then I could just pull out the hard stuff and this problem could be avoided. XD
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#20100 Feb 22 2013 at 6:31 PM Rating: Good
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His Excellency Aethien wrote:
For dessert I'm looking at something more fruity, I've seen a recipe for a variation on creme brulee with blueberries that looked really delicious and it's hard to resist the opportunity to play with a creme brulee burner.
That sounds really good. I love blueberries in a dessert. Not all dripping with sugary syrup, just fresh blueberries.

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I'm having two friends over for drinks tonight. One of them only likes disgustingly sweet things, so I'm grabbing a Riesling. Figure a drier one will be a decent compromise (she apparently "hates" Pinot Grigio).

It would be so much easier if we didn't all have early/busy mornings tomorrow. Then I could just pull out the hard stuff and this problem could be avoided. XD
There you are! I see you've been informed that we missed you. We did get a little concerned when January rolled around and we hadn't heard from you since November, and there was some Facebook investigation that a couple of people undertook, but after all it's good to see you back!


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#20101 Feb 22 2013 at 7:00 PM Rating: Good
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Haha, thanks. I never saw the facebook messages, unfortunately, or I could have put all your fears to rest. :( Just got caught up in RL.
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