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AnonymousMay 21, 2006 at 12:14 pm
😀 Jerimy, I know what you mean. I have been on prednisone for almost 2 weeks now for my spinal stenosis and I am a raging maniac for food right now.
Come to think of it, I’m a raging maniac period from the steriods.:eek:
Styrofoam sounds good, we could put some spices and things on it.
AnonymousMay 21, 2006 at 7:11 pm
1.Who washes your car for you? I wash it, regularly, whether it needs it or not, once a year, just before its service. Well, most years anyway.
2.What kind of music do you like? Good music. I do not understand the categories. (Which is a good ‘un, considering I used to sell vinyl!) I thought I didn’t like heavy metal – until someone told me that that was what I was listening to. I like some country, a fair bit of rock, quite a lot of blues, some pop, violins. I like melody and meaning. After Garth Brooks, the latest addition to my ‘like’ file is Rascal Flatts – not on the first hearing but more so on the second, third, fourth etc! And, because they are fun, The Backstretch Boys.
3.Do you have any food cravings right now? No, unless it is good food, cooked by someone else and put in front of me.
AnonymousMay 21, 2006 at 9:24 pm
1.Who washes your car for you? My husband and the the car wash guy down the road when my husband is trveling. Sometimes I do it but only when it is warm and I am in the mood to play with my kids.
2.What kind of music do you like? Classical, rock, bagpipes
3.Do you have any food cravings right now? No, just had some stuff I am not supposed to eat (a tiny piece of cake and a couple bites of icecream)
May 23, 2006 at 9:25 pm
1.Who washes your car for you? Mr. Car Wash – $6 Express or “Free” (yea, right) when I get my oil changed.
2.What kind of music do you like? OK…I’m gonna give my age away…Disco!
3.Do you have any food cravings right now? Chocolate.
AnonymousMay 25, 2006 at 10:14 pm
who washes your car for you? [COLOR=red]Me and it takes 2 days and I don’t have GBS/CIDP[/COLOR]
what kind of music do you like? Rock, R & B, some metal, swing, ragtime
do you have any food cravings right now? Now, no, I just cooked up all the “extras” that go along with the bar-b-queing for the weekend and kind’a ate my way thru. 😀
AnonymousJune 4, 2006 at 1:47 pm
Who washes my car? My two youngest children, Miles and Maire. ‘Wash’ is sometimes an awfully strong word, it’s more like rearranging the grime.
Type of music? I like to play ragtime, some rock, metal, and techno-pop. I listen to as many types of music is I can.
Food cravings? Barbequed steaks with mushrooms and onions on top of them.
June 5, 2006 at 5:35 am
Who washes the car for you? my husband
What type of music do you like? Tamala Motown
What food cravings do you have at the moment? Hot Curry
February 9, 2009 at 10:19 pm
1.Who washes your car for you? me, myself and I
2.What kind of music do you like? Jazz, Classical, Cello, Piano
3.Do you have any food cravings right now? Yup, I’m on a diet, craving Fries, Pies, and Mai Tai’s and just about anything else that doesn’t move…:rolleyes:
AnonymousFebruary 10, 2009 at 7:51 am
Who washes the car? Hubby or the touchless station near home.
What kind of music ? Anything from Metallica to Trace Adkins and everything in between. All kinds of music.
What food am I craving ? too early to be hungry so this is tough….usually I could always go for barbq.
February 10, 2009 at 1:58 pm
Who washes the car? Me
What kind of music? Creed, Nine Inch Nails, Foo Fighters, Lincoln Park, Kid Rock, you get the point, no hip hop or elevator music.
What food am I craving? Anything, I am on a sea food diet… I see food and I eat it.
AnonymousFebruary 12, 2009 at 12:32 am
Who washes the car?
People who have cars; as for me, I no longer have a vehicle.:cool:
What music do I like?
Just about everything– except hard rock, loud music, obscene lyrics, etc.
I prefer classical guitar, piano, cello, light jazz and all the great music of the world in the timespan of the ages from every country and culture.:)
What food am I craving?
None at all right now; I ate a plate of Popcorn Shrimp with white grape juice a few hours ago, and am not in the least thinking of food for a long time.:p
AnonymousFebruary 16, 2009 at 6:39 am
It’s hubby’s car, and he has it washed – somewehere.
It’s easier to say what I don’t like, but mostly I agree with those of you who say Lite Rock. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Eagles, Queen, BeeGees to mention a few of those I put into my new MP3 player the other day. Doo-Whop is also nice – I love “thight harmonies”.
At the moment I’m craving for something to open my nose and sinuses, and I’m sitting here waiting for hubby to get his behind out of the recliner where he has been all morning behind an action novel. My first cold in five years (!)
AnonymousMarch 11, 2009 at 7:09 pm
How about some new questions?
1. What do you like to cook: Chicken Fried Rice, Red Beans and Rice
2. What is your all time favorite car: 1956 Ford Crown Victoria
3. Where is the most beautiful place on earth. The Fiords north of British Columbia seen from 10,000 feet.
AnonymousMarch 11, 2009 at 11:42 pm
1. I like to cook meat and potatoes, vegetables and gravy, a baked dessert and prepare a salad. That’s what I consider a real, satisfying meal.
2. My favourite car is my former 1980 burgundy Dodge Aspen, which I drove for 17 years, raised the kids with, and then was forced to sell for $250.00, though it was worth much more (no rust, and less than 100,000 kms). The reason I know it’s my favourite is because I still dream about driving it; I miss it that much!
3. The most beautiful place I know of is HOME; and the most beautiful place I’ve heard of is HEAVEN.
AnonymousMarch 12, 2009 at 12:19 am
1. What I like to cook.
Hmm, I cook alot. I like to cook something that I dont have to spend time with but also, I do love to cook the big holiday meals. I did Christmas and Thanksgiving…and I enjoyed it. I guess to narrow down here with just one answer…I like to cook big meals that my husband will rave about.
2. all time fav car. Hmm. I have always been a cadillac fan. I drive a hyundai sante fe….always dreamt of a candy apple red convertible caddy with a white top. ( My dad always had cadillacs…convertibles, too)
3. Most beautiful place on earth. I can only say a place that I’ve been.
I’d have to say the Carribean. Cancun.
Scottsdale, AZ isnt too shabby either.
AnonymousMarch 12, 2009 at 11:15 am
[FONT=Comic Sans MS]What I like to cook ? Spaghetti[/FONT]
[FONT=Comic Sans MS]My favorite car ? That had to be my 66 Impala SS [/FONT]
[FONT=Comic Sans MS]Most Beautiful Place ? That one I’m not sure of being as I haven’t got out & done much traveling. Although I do like the Smoky Mountains ![/FONT]
AnonymousJune 5, 2009 at 4:01 pm
[FONT=”Comic Sans MS”][SIZE=”3″]Actually cooking? nah too lazy, but my current fave is microwave steak and cheese chimichanga
Favorite car had to be my ’78 280 Z, man could he go! (his name was Butch)
Most beautiful place is my hometown of Imperial Beach, CA as it was in the sixties, an there’s no going back eh?[/SIZE][/FONT]
AnonymousJune 5, 2009 at 4:34 pm
I like to cook everything! I enjoy cooking and also enjoy eating too! Now that I am on high doses of prednisone I am craving food! Any food! I don’t care what kind of food! I’m hungry!
My favorite car is my Ford F160 King Cab Truck! Gas hog I know but it was my fathers brand new truck that he had just bought before he died and my mother let me have the truck for helping her out! And I am still helping her out!
Oh pooh! Forgot the last question! So I have to revise this posting~ 😀 😀 Ditzy old me!
Well that one is tough since I don’t travel much! But I have to give Ken in here much credit~ Seeing his beautiful photography and the sites he shares! They are the most beautiful places I have ever seen!
AnonymousJune 7, 2009 at 6:29 pm
What I like to cook? Large meals for when all the family is home! And tortierres…
My favorite car was my 1996 Ford Escort…..candy red with silver decals…miss that car
Favorite place on earth….havent’ been that many places but I love it at the memorial site in Nova Scotia, just close to Peggy’s Cove where they have erected a monument to honor the people killed in the Air India crash. It is a very quiet and moving place. I find such inner peace sitting there looking out over the Atlantic Ocean and praying for all the lives lost….
And I have to give an honorable mention to Julie’s Pond in Halifax. It is a quiet out of the way heart shaped pond made by a prince for his mistress. Not alot of people even know it is there so it is also a very quiet and serene spot.
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