Where is Uncle buying your lunch today?
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Schoolmarm

Herndon, PA

#81 Apr 29, 2013
muneka_calzada wrote:
Your all jelious haters.. how dare any of you put down anyone who fought for ur country? So what he boosts his story's ... Nay e he is lonly... Maybe he wants to just fit in or feel a bit of importance .. you ack like no e ofbu have ever done that .. everyone has or will in their life especially when age becomes you... Let his say what he wants you don't have to pull apart peoples stories when their not effecting or harming people just join his story inmagin it and move on ... Who cares if its true ... Picking on people like him is just despicable...
I don't know where to start.

Julian, I am leaving this one up to you. However, seeing that it is a statement in defense of our dear Julian's antics, I doubt that Mr. Moreno will make any corrections to the text.
Laughing

United States

#82 Apr 29, 2013
Still can't answer the question regarding which IQ tests you've taken, Julie? Aw, c'mon - did you just pull the number out of the air?
English Major

Brunswick, GA

#83 Apr 29, 2013
Schoolmarm wrote:
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I don't know where to start.
Julian, I am leaving this one up to you. However, seeing that it is a statement in defense of our dear Julian's antics, I doubt that Mr. Moreno will make any corrections to the text.
Well....they did get "despicable" right. That should count for something.

“Make St. Marys great again! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#84 Apr 29, 2013
Schoolmarm wrote:
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I don't know where to start.

Julian, I am leaving this one up to you. However, seeing that it is a statement in defense of our dear Julian's antics, I doubt that Mr. Moreno will make any corrections to the text.
If that poster is using their real name, let me be the first to congratulate them on the progress they have made learning English as a second language. It may even be a third language.
tickle

Herndon, PA

#85 Apr 29, 2013
You are up awful late tonight, Jayson. Are you waiting for a drive-by?

“Make St. Marys great again! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#86 Apr 30, 2013
I think I'll let y'all buy my breakfast this morning. Ham, eggs, crispy hash browns with onions,
a biscuit, and coffee sounds about right.

Thank you.
The Pampered Chef

Brunswick, GA

#87 Apr 30, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
I think I'll let y'all buy my breakfast this morning. Ham, eggs, crispy hash browns with onions,
a biscuit, and coffee sounds about right.
Thank you.
Wonderful idea, Sir. Personally, I am quite pleased to know that a portion of my taxes, albeit a very small fraction, is used to provide with you what is hopefully a life of acceptable comfort and sustenance.

Enjoy your breakfast. My day is brighter, knowing that I have contributed to the well-being of those such as yourself who are less fortunate than I.

In that you apparently look forward to the "breaking of the fast", I will be providing the forum, in the near future, with a detailed review of a local source of a most excellent breakfast...one which I know you will use to your advantage.

Until then...

Bon appetit'.

“Make St. Marys great again! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#88 Apr 30, 2013
Today y'all graciously bought my lunch Matteos Italian Restaurant and Pizzeria (yep, same folks) now doing a nice business on the Altama end of the
shopping center where Walmart is located just down from Nalley Honda off of Golden Isles Parkway.

Good iced tea. No shots fired.

House salad with oil and balsamic vinegar served with their incomparable little thumb-sized, piping-hot garlic rolls.

Egg plant parmesan.

All absolutely delicious.

With tax,$10.72. S2.00 tip.

Thank y'all.
The Pampered Chef

Brunswick, GA

#89 Apr 30, 2013
Well, my goodness! It turns out that I had Italian for lunch as well today!
Coincidence? I think not. More like kindred spirits, linked by an invisible gift for seeking out, and enjoying, the finest culinary offerings of the Golden Isles and surrounding environs.
Personally, I think you erred by coming all the way to Brunswick, only to take your lunch at an Italian restaurant that is...well, to be completely honest about it...only marginally true to the rich heritage of true Italian cuisine.
Had you inquired, I could have gladly provided you with a venue much more fitting to your refined palate, and in fact, the very place where I dined this afternoon.
Not far, in fact, from where you sat is a quaint little out of the way roadside bistro much the same as one finds alongside the AutoStrade, or on the side of the countless roads that dissect the Italian countryside. But I digress...
In a whimsical tip of the hat to the tradition of the roadside bistros that serve the test drivers for Ferrari, it is known simply as the "RaceTrac". The food is both fast and authentic, and comes from a widely varied menu that nonetheless manages to pay homage to its' Italian roots.
Being in somewhat of a hurry...pun intended...I chose the Italian sub. My choice was rewarded with a veritable medley of well-preserved, and amply portioned Italian meats, surrounded by an impressive portion of imitation Mozzarella cheese, and flaccid greens. The bun came just the way I like it: moist and flattened by having spent days, if not weeks, at the bottom of a refrigerated display case.
In keeping with the Italian theme, I washed it all down with a YooHoo, which, as I'm sure you are aware, is the traditional greeting exchanged between Tuscans in drug rehab.
All this for just over 6 dollars, or 4.5 Euros, and no tip required.
Next time you're up that way, please give it a try. I assure you that you will not be disappointed.
As always, Bon Appetit'.

“smart beautiful and funny :)”

Since: May 12

Evansville

#90 Apr 30, 2013
yes this is my name.
Genius IQ Guy

Saint Marys, GA

#91 May 1, 2013
The Pampered Chef wrote:
Well, my goodness! It turns out that I had Italian for lunch as well today!
Coincidence? I think not. More like kindred spirits, linked by an invisible gift for seeking out, and enjoying, the finest culinary offerings of the Golden Isles and surrounding environs.
Personally, I think you erred by coming all the way to Brunswick, only to take your lunch at an Italian restaurant that is...well, to be completely honest about it...only marginally true to the rich heritage of true Italian cuisine.
Had you inquired, I could have gladly provided you with a venue much more fitting to your refined palate, and in fact, the very place where I dined this afternoon.
Not far, in fact, from where you sat is a quaint little out of the way roadside bistro much the same as one finds alongside the AutoStrade, or on the side of the countless roads that dissect the Italian countryside. But I digress...
In a whimsical tip of the hat to the tradition of the roadside bistros that serve the test drivers for Ferrari, it is known simply as the "RaceTrac". The food is both fast and authentic, and comes from a widely varied menu that nonetheless manages to pay homage to its' Italian roots.
Being in somewhat of a hurry...pun intended...I chose the Italian sub. My choice was rewarded with a veritable medley of well-preserved, and amply portioned Italian meats, surrounded by an impressive portion of imitation Mozzarella cheese, and flaccid greens. The bun came just the way I like it: moist and flattened by having spent days, if not weeks, at the bottom of a refrigerated display case.
In keeping with the Italian theme, I washed it all down with a YooHoo, which, as I'm sure you are aware, is the traditional greeting exchanged between Tuscans in drug rehab.
All this for just over 6 dollars, or 4.5 Euros, and no tip required.
Next time you're up that way, please give it a try. I assure you that you will not be disappointed.
As always, Bon Appetit'.
Thank you for your wonderful insight. My life long dream of one day becoming the night time assistant manager of such a refined establishment is one step closer. Can't wait to implement my personnel training techniques.
Cojack

Kingsland, GA

#92 May 1, 2013
"My choice was rewarded with a veritable medley of well-preserved, and amply portioned Italian meats, surrounded by an impressive portion of imitation Mozzarella cheese, and flaccid greens."

"Flaccid", my Master's most dreaded adjective.
Jimmy

Kingsland, GA

#93 May 1, 2013
Cojack wrote:

"Flaccid", my Master's most dreaded adjective.
How would he know? He hasn't been able to see anything below his waist in years.

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