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I can tell you're not married. :)
If you don't want to give in, and are tempted, keep thinking about why you were mad in the first place.
But it was so petty, it's almost embarrasing to think about. But win I must!
[edited by: lawman at 10:58 pm (utc) on Nov. 11, 2002]
Then again, I've seen photos of your wife. It may be a lost cause.
(Personally, I put on the grumpy face and start cleaning something... but barbecueing sounded more testoserone-laden then "go do the dishes.")
[edited by: mivox at 10:59 pm (utc) on Nov. 11, 2002]
OK... go barbecue either way. By the time you are done, the food can be either a guilt trip or a peace overture, as you see fit. (But if this has something to do with dirty socks or toilet seats, you'd be better off begging forgiveness now...)
I ate it. Does that mean I've already lost?
Mivox, I did the cookout thingy. I had to grill her talipia. She told me what a good job I did. She's just not fighting fair.
[edited by: lawman at 11:03 pm (utc) on Nov. 11, 2002]
But then I have 2 ex's so what is my advice worth, LOL.
My girlfriend of recent times say's she's coming back from London to be with me and I'm quietly s******g myself (she's Spanish and real cute!). I love her dearly and don't want to let things go wrong. Maybe I'll call on you for advice.
Smile and the world smiles with you, it is said.
Good luck buddy.
If you like, I would be pleased to drop some self promoting URL'S, start a few threads about politics and religion, and even flame a few senior members in your new forum. That should keep you riled up. :)
Put a coating of olive oil and grill it. Just the way she likes it. If it were for me, the olive oil would have fresh pressed garlic and about 6 or 7 herbs.
what other sorts of fish does it compare to?
Very mild. She doesn't like a fish with fishy taste. She won't eat salmon, cod or the like.
We get it a Publix (supermarket). They usually have a pretty good selection of seafood. I grilled shrimp for me.
As for how to make talapia, nile perch, ngege, tilapia, or St. Peter's fish (Lates niloticus and the tilapia mossimbica) - you can fry it with flower, oregano, basil, thyme, and paprika batter just like any other fish, or bake or broil.
This fish (some varieties) can grow to be 550#, and is considered a pest. It eats everything, I mean EVERYTHING, even it's own kind. I saw lakes in Ghana where the tilapia ate the lake to death. It had lush vegetation, variety of fish and other life. Today the lake is an empty mud puddle. The tilapia ate everything, then each other, then they died off...
I can tell you're not married.
LOL...no you're correct. ;)
Is anyone else wondering what Lawman's typing into?
In the past fifty minutes, he's asked what to do about the situation, ate the cake, grilled dinner, eaten and begun thinking about ice cream, while posting 4 times....