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Old 10-08-2010, 14:43   #976
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I think both of you do a LOT of kissing. Maybe too much.
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I think both of you do a LOT of kissing. Maybe too much.
Yeah! Let's get back to the fighting.

Women are only full of sh*t when dealing with guys who are spooning it out. Take that!

Can I get in on the pillows and whipped cream? I'll bring my jammies?

Guess we have to wait for the SSSSP Gam for that!

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yipes !! i had a mouthful of popcorn---wasnt kissing anyone!!!!

REAL whipped cream is ok....and i think sitting on cockpit deck drinking "sipping chocolate" with whipped cream is a delightful idea!!

jammies are good--i got those!!!

lemme see---slumber party-isnt that where everyone stays awake all night and tells stories and bitches about the opposite sex??
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ZZZEEEEHAAAG:

For what it is worth, I drink a 50/50 mix of Cosco Columbian beans and Columbian chocolate infused beans run through a grind and brew. There seems to be a common thread though out your post called chocolate.

BTW my brew is yummy, no additives needed.

'Lessss see, not to hijack the thread...'uhhh, Oh yeah. After a romantic encounter, the morning after, as you look dreamily into your future LTR significant other's eyes and he in yours while violins play in the background the coffee will do it. Oh yeah, it will be raining because lovers, and future lovers always drink coffee when it is raining. (duh, watch the coffee commercials)
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Coffee ahhh. Peets ground beans in the morning, french press. I break down. Wonder how I can have a french press on board without breaking it?

Watch out Mule Zee will kiss you with coffee breath.
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lol---mule did good until the schmaltzy stuff....yipes...where did we get into all that!! we gotta fight more---did better than schmaltz--yipes!!!
chocolate coffee-YES!!!! ( i have to add the cream, as i am not supposed to be drinking the stuff--something about guts an alladat.)

feral boy started it!!!!! all that talk about fighting with whipped cream..hhhhhmmm--that is good in coffee, too!

i forgot to say --eeewwwww--boy germs!!!!!! gross!!!


oh yeah--i am a real sailorette--no tv!!! goes with my no a/c..
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Coffee ahhh. Peets ground beans in the morning, french press. I break down. Wonder how I can have a french press on board without breaking it?

Watch out Mule Zee will kiss you with coffee breath.
Just bought an unbreakable press for a dozen dollahs. Also the 1 qt. elec. kettle and a gal. filtered water jug with xtra filtros for me own transition to Mehico's and me boat's water system. Certain amenities must be defended.

Amazon.com: UNBREAKABLE FRENCH PRESS: Kitchen & Dining
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speakeasy, thats an essential piece of equipment la Frenchie Press. Thats an excellent link you presented!!! Thanksx Filters, make sure they are at least 3 stage but still boil everything.
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Coffee ahhh. Peets ground beans in the morning, french press. I break down. Wonder how I can have a french press on board without breaking it?

Watch out Mule Zee will kiss you with coffee breath.
Naah, chocolate-coffee breath with a touch of cream while violins play in the rain. Should prove to be interesting, can you imagine what the rain will do to those wooden fiddles?
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feral boy started it!!!!! all that talk about fighting with whipped cream..
Feral boy? Ouch, baby.

Maybe it's just me - I'm frequently on the wrong side - but I think my chances of finding a soul mate, or at least a sailing mate, are a lot better in a whipped cream pillow fight than a coffee-breathed bitch-off.

Just sayin'......

Oh, and those jammies? Kinda sticky with all that whipped cream on 'em. Here, let me soak those overnight for ya.....

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Well, Ya need the coffee-cafene to keep the edge+ and the whipped cream and chocolate syrup to give the challenge of finding a fun way to clean it up.
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...a coffee-breathed bitch-off.
ROFL!!@!@!!@!@
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feral is a good thing--means wild...isnt a bad thing or i wouldnt have said it...
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feral is a good thing--means wild...isnt a bad thing or i wouldnt have said it...

Ya think I don't know that? Sheesh, it's the "boy" part that's a little condescending. No whipped cream for you.

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aaaaaaaaaah, but.. the best part of the man is the boy inside----ye dont want to shot him, now--you would age waaayyy too fast....life aint fun without that lil kid...
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