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 Hmmm, I thought skin diving meant swimming in the nude! |  |
 Keith - I think you are spot on with there being different term in different countries. Also terms change over the years - something us oldies understand!!!!! |  |
 Thats skinny dippin' |  |
 Loved the joke about Armstrong. It IS a joke, though. He never said such a thing. |  |
 bonjour yvette, nice to 'see' you |  |
 Good Tuesday mAen, all! |  |
 Celebrate your day all the things that bring joy to you. Happy birthday Andre! |  |
 Andre: Here's the promised recipe! I had more filling than chocolate cups, so made cookie sandwiches and used the chocolate shavings around the perimeter of each sandwich (like those fancy tea sandwiches)to use up the filling. Much easier to assemble, so less delay in getting to eat the More... |  |
 Oops, I forgot to reference the above recipe. It was in the September 2004 issue of Gourmet magazine that someone brought to work... Supposed to make 12 servings, but you end up with more filling. |  |
 Regarding the time for the switchover of puzzles for a new day: the change occurs a few seconds after 14:03 Coordinated Universal Time (aka GMT). The clock for this site is a little over 3 minutes slow. The server where this site is hosted needs to reset its system clock using NTP or some other protocol. |  |
 Chris from Massachusetts USA,Here is the Birthday list. I updated it, but if it is not accurate folks, let me know. Susan From InghamJan 18 Susan from InghamJan 28VictoriaFeb 15 Judy from San DiegoFeb 23lisa, TorontoMarch 13 Bill K. NY Yvette EnglandMarch 21 More... |  |
 Gath - that was a hint... |  |
 http://www.time.gov/ |  |
 For those of you chocoholics out there with sandwich toasterhave you tried slicing half a banana add a few squares of dark chocolate, place in toaster 'et voila' a sandwich to die for. Quantity of chocolate is a personal choice. |  |
 GannieMo, you're calling it a sandwich. Does that mean the banana and chocolate are between two slices of bread? If so, could you replace the bread with graham crackers and have a quick and easy smore? |  |
 3:12 |  |
 Oh no Keith it has to go into the sandwich toaster for a couple of minutes to heat the banana, toast the bread and melt the chocolate. If you don't have one of these machines that can toast sandwiches, grill meat or make wafflzs just by changing the plates, you haven't discovered healthy; but yummy More... |  |
 Keith you have to eat it hot - just make sure you don't burn your tongue on the melted chocolate. Oh dear I'm drooling and I have no more chocolate or banana. |  |
 doberman is correct! Armstrong was believed to have said 'One small step for man; one giant leap for mankind' which would have been grammatically awkward, since man and mankind mean virtually the same thing. Recent analysis of the original recording now shows that he actually said 'One small step for *a* man; one giant leap for mankind' - a very different phrase, grammatically speaking... |  |
 A priest, a Pentecostal preacher and a Rabbi all served as chaplains to the students of Northern Michigan University in Marquette. The three would get together once a week for coffee and to talk shop. One day, someone made the comment that preaching to people More... |  |
 GannieMo, sounds yummy, if only I liked bananas. Anyway, I'm chagrinned that to make it a smore, I forgot the marshmallows. |  |
 2:38 |  |
 Good Maen. Beautiful day in Brissy. Had a much needed shower of rain last night but it hardly wet the ground. Hey everybody send us some rain. Our city supply dam is down to 25%. GrannieMo I must try your sandwich when the banana prices go down. Still \$12 a kilo. |  |
 In answer to Baz's comment last night....and from a Queenslander. I don't think the policeman should be charged with murder more likely manslaughter. There are so many questions that need answering first though. Is he racist? If so, why was he sent to Palm Island with his job. Had he been doing More... |  |
 Thank you all for your good jokes, it feels good to laugh ! I like to remember the expression 'skinny dipping' - it brings back good memories ! have a good meAn everyOne ! |  |
 Happy Belated Birthday, Andre, I am sure the hocolate is still flowing. Sarah Beth, I thought I had made it onto the BD list but I guess not. I am another Libran..(but just barely..Oct. 23, lots of us folks out there. |  |
 Keith I'm told it works well with apple and chocolate also!! |  |
 Congratulations Sarah Beth From Littleton, Co for collecting all those birthdays, this is very thoughtful of you ! and thank you to all of you for you for your good jokes which give us a good laugh ! Have a good day or night, whatever ! |  |
 In case you get the idea that this is our staple diet. When the toaster is out - cheese and tomato, cheese tomato and pickle, egg and bacon, bacon and naked beans, - almost anything goes well in between two slices of bread in a sandwich toaster. |  |
 I was born in Connecticut at 10:50 PM on October 22nd - but by sidereal time (GMT?) I was born on the 23rd. My friends who are deeply into that nonsense tell me that because it was the 23rd by sidereal time that makes me a Scorpio instead of the Libran I always assumed I was... |  |
 I think that should have been baked beans - but maybe I'll give the naked beans a try - on friday night during naked sudoku. Though I get the feeling I'm the only one participating each week now! |  |
 GannieMo, thanks for the clarification... I was wondering if naked beans were beans without sauce or any other accoutrements, but I had to laugh when you 'fessed up! |  |
 Having said that, I guess naked beans would be a bit saucy... |  |
 3.48 |  |
 Sarah Beth, nice to see the birthday list - our first Sudoku baby Liam is going to be one on the 18th - can it really be a year already?? And is Lisa still posting us on his progress? |  |
 Glenn, Go to astrology.com (I think thats the site). Plug in your BD, minute and location and it will let you know. I have been charted to the minute and I am indeed a Libran. (born in dayton ohio, 1958, 1:32 pm) |  |
 3:24 Kylie if you finish the puzzle your good at it. It just takes practice. |  |
 Good evening to all! Long day at the office today. Okay Cathy, Anne can be an honorary Canuck, but don't you think we should have a taste of the pie first to see if it passes the taste test? GannieMo: You and Andre need to spend a weekend together! Chocolate delights beyond imagination!! |  |
 2.24who is partying?have a great day/night one and all |  |
 good maEn everyonecute child in party hat |  |

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