sevnson_71, on 16 June 2010 - 06:35 AM, said:
Never had the oppurtunity to try Chinese chocolate, but now I know to avoid it if they export it so thanks for that. Also yes, Russian chocolate is yum. We have stores in our region that carry it, though it only comes in large bars so I don't often buy it. I'm still trying to fathom why companies are selling Chinese canned vegetables while US farmers are getting forclosed upon(to all Statesiders that is a hint; buy local produce).
Chinese chocolate is disgusting. It's...it's just wrong. Oohh, a friend just have me a huge bar of Swedish chocolate that he brought all the way from Sweden personally. Yes.
Terilynn, on 16 June 2010 - 10:13 AM, said:
*hugs shinkai* Can't say I'm overly fond of eggplant. The taste is okay, but I'm real finicky about textures when I eat - I can't bring myself to eat eggplant or even most squashes - even zucchini or pumpkin - unless it's baked in a bread of some kind. Go fig.Okay - back to work I go....Have a business dinner tonight - which will actually be very nice. Looking forward to getting out of the house for a happy reason.
I like eggplant. Love it, in fact.
shinkai, on 16 June 2010 - 10:27 AM, said:
Dang, that stuff is good
Plazmataz, on 16 June 2010 - 08:40 PM, said:
That includes Terilynn, Droney, Barbara, Allee, and probably other people I can't think of at the moment who write but don't regularly submit for the contest. You should all definitely consider writing, but if you'd rather participate without writing, you're welcome to put your name in for judging!
We wouldn't want everyone running away in horror at Droney's attempts at writing, now would we?
What a crappy day I've had so far. It just got a lot worse, too.