“16 is NOT my age. ”

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Since: Mar 11

KC MO

#1535 Oct 5, 2013
PaulOuth wrote:
<quoted text>No...nor would I ever.
Have you ever paraglided?
No

What do you have against tatoos?

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Since: Apr 13

Toronto, Canada

#1536 Oct 5, 2013
Ellie16 wrote:
<quoted text>
No
What do you have against tatoos?
I've nothing against tattoos on other people, just not on myself.

Have you ever eaten roasted chestnuts?

Since: Oct 09

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#1537 Oct 5, 2013
PaulOuth wrote:
<quoted text>I've nothing against tattoos on other people, just not on myself.
Have you ever eaten roasted chestnuts?
Yes, but be careful roasting. They tend to explode.

Have you ever kayaked a river?

“Right click Left click Yay!”

Level 7

Since: Dec 10

Nehwon

#1538 Oct 5, 2013
Ellie16 wrote:
<quoted text>
No
What do you have against tatoos?
If I were religious, I'd say Leviticus 19:28

Since I'm not, I'd say a tattoo should be incredibly significant event in your life.

To get one as a decoration to gather attention, well...

When the weather gets colder, should I keep the thermostat low and toss another blanket on the bed or crank it up?

Level 4

Since: Apr 13

Toronto, Canada

#1539 Oct 5, 2013
Captn Morgan wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, but be careful roasting. They tend to explode.
Have you ever kayaked a river?
Yes. Several rivers.

Do you enjoy the rain?

“16 is NOT my age. ”

Level 3

Since: Mar 11

KC MO

#1540 Oct 5, 2013
PaulOuth wrote:
<quoted text>Yes. Several rivers.
Do you enjoy the rain?
Yes as long as there isn't lots of it.

What is the most snow you've had at one time.

Level 4

Since: Apr 13

Toronto, Canada

#1541 Oct 5, 2013
Ellie16 wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes as long as there isn't lots of it.
What is the most snow you've had at one time.
75 cm...about ten years ago. That is about 30 inches in American terms.

How much snow have you had in one falling?

Hello Ellie.

“16 is NOT my age. ”

Level 3

Since: Mar 11

KC MO

#1542 Oct 5, 2013
PaulOuth wrote:
<quoted text>75 cm...about ten years ago. That is about 30 inches in American terms.
How much snow have you had in one falling?
Hello Ellie.
Hello Paul

WOW that's a lot. The most I know of is 14 inches.

about when does it start snowing where you are?

Level 4

Since: Apr 13

Toronto, Canada

#1543 Oct 6, 2013
Ellie16 wrote:
<quoted text>
Hello Paul
WOW that's a lot. The most I know of is 14 inches.
about when does it start snowing where you are?
It has snowed as early as late October, but normally it doesn't snow until well into November.

Do you still build a snowman when there is snow?

Since: Oct 09

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#1544 Oct 6, 2013
PaulOuth wrote:
<quoted text>It has snowed as early as late October, but normally it doesn't snow until well into November.
Do you still build a snowman when there is snow?
This is funny. When my boys were teens I came home in the middle of the winter from one of my frequent road trips and in the barren snow covered field across the road from my house was a gigantic snow penis, about 10 ft tall complete with two nice round rollers at the base. After they 'erected' it, there was an ice rain which made the daym thing as solid as granite. I cracked up and thought it was funny as he11, but apparently some neighbor thought otherwise. The cops knocked on my door (while trying to keep a straight face) they told me it had to be...ummm ..........un-erected?

So there me and the boys are, outside attacking this solid thingy with sledge hammers and finally got it to fall, where it laid flaccid until spring thaw.

Level 4

Since: Apr 13

Toronto, Canada

#1545 Oct 6, 2013
Would you prefer reeses peanut butter cups or M&M's?

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Since: Jan 12

Saint Paul, MN

#1546 Oct 6, 2013
PaulOuth wrote:
Would you prefer reeses peanut butter cups or M&M's?
Reese's Peanut Butter Cups

Do you prefer mayonnaise or Miracle Whip?

“Will cause trouble when bored”

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Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#1548 Oct 6, 2013
Nope gotta have ketchup on my eggs

Chocolate gravy or tomato gravy on yer biscuits

Since: Oct 09

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#1549 Oct 6, 2013
Lylah wrote:
Nope gotta have ketchup on my eggs
Chocolate gravy or tomato gravy on yer biscuits
Ha. A mid-westerner. Years ago when I moved from Midwest to east coast I asked for ketchup for my Nathan's hot dog, the entire place was appalled. Seems only mustard is acceptable. Enjoy those eggs....

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#1550 Oct 6, 2013
Captn Morgan wrote:
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Ha. A mid-westerner. Years ago when I moved from Midwest to east coast I asked for ketchup for my Nathan's hot dog, the entire place was appalled. Seems only mustard is acceptable. Enjoy those eggs....
I live in the East...I like ketchup on Hot Dogs...my dad put ketchup on his eggs...and scrapple.

Have you ever eaten scrapple???

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Since: Sep 12

Cadillac MI

#1551 Oct 6, 2013
Scrapple??? so no!!! do ya like beer?

Since: Oct 09

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#1552 Oct 6, 2013
Marissa 2 wrote:
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I live in the East...I like ketchup on Hot Dogs...my dad put ketchup on his eggs...and scrapple.
Have you ever eaten scrapple???
I love scrapple, and if you think back you would remember you and I are living in the same neck of the woods...

Who came up with "neck of the woods"?

“16 is NOT my age. ”

Level 3

Since: Mar 11

KC MO

#1553 Oct 6, 2013
Captn Morgan wrote:
<quoted text>
I love scrapple, and if you think back you would remember you and I are living in the same neck of the woods...
Who came up with "neck of the woods"?
"Neck" was used by the English in 1555 to describe a narrow strip of land. Americans began applying "neck" to a narrow strip of woods or to a settlement located in a particular part of the woods, in a country at that time largely covered by forests.

I learned something today. Thank you FunTrivia.

What neck of the woods were you born in?

Since: Oct 09

over here <-------->

#1554 Oct 7, 2013
Ellie16 wrote:
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"Neck" was used by the English in 1555 to describe a narrow strip of land. Americans began applying "neck" to a narrow strip of woods or to a settlement located in a particular part of the woods, in a country at that time largely covered by forests.
I learned something today. Thank you FunTrivia.
What neck of the woods were you born in?
If you take a coast to coast flight you will find, surprisingly, that much of our country is still forested. Thanks for the FunTrivia tip ... sounds like... ummm fun.
My neck, many many moons ago was SW Ohio.

Now to the world's most important question: Blond or brunette?

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Since: Feb 12

Location hidden

#1555 Oct 7, 2013
More blonde than brunette.

Have you ever lived outside the US ?

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