LL Word Association

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    Heart




    (I know, yf - she really REALLY is bizarro, huh?  "The Cat Woman of New York" - I forget how many plastic surgeries she's had, but yikes!)

     
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                        PEACEMAKER i'm lost ... 
    Posted by yogafriend


    You're not lost yf ... you're here in WA-land.  Remember?


    SOUL


     
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    Hole


     
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    Lief



     
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        SQUARE   (okey dokey!)  

    Ingredients


    Preparation

    Soften the yeast in the warm water. Combine the sugar, salt, oil, milk, egg and orange rind in a large bowl. Beat well. Add the yeast mixture and the 1 cup of whole wheat flour. Beat. Add the remaining flour. Extra flour may be needed if the dough is sticky. Turn onto a lightly floured surface and knead until smooth, about 5 minutes. Transfer to an oiled bowl, cover with a damp towel and let rise for 1 hour. Meanwhile, prepare the fig filling by combining the figs, water and allspice in a saucepan. Bring to a boil, lower the heat and simmer until the mixture is thick. Mash the figs with a potato masher or large spoon during cooking. Cool. Punch down the dough. Roll into a 1/2-inch thick rectangle 8 inches wide. Spread with the fig filling. Roll up like a jelly roll. Fit into a lightly oiled 8-inch-square pan. Seal the edges together. At each corner cut with a scissors to fit into the shape of the pan. Make two slashes on top of each side. Let rise until doubled, about 30 minutes. Bake in a 350-degree oven for 20 to 25 minutes. Cool. May be sprinkled lightly with confectioners sugar just before serving. Serves 16 One Serving = Calories: 136


     
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    gee, was it that much of a "blood bath" at LL yesterday?    glad I wasn't around. 

    back to regularly scheduled WA.     thank you.  Innocent
     
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    lemon

     
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    gee, was it that much of a "bood bath" at LL yesterday?    glad I wasn't around.  back to regularly scheduled WA.     thank you. 
    Posted by yogafriend



    I didn't think so, yf.  But I guess people didn't like the extensive background info and then the question about whether she should remain on the pick-up team sport games that the ex showed up at with his new chippy.

    The LW wasn't too "life-smart", in any case.

    And for LEMON:

    LIMONCELLO



     
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    Costello


     
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    detectives
     
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    Feline (and don't hate me but this freakazoid is what I first thought of!  LOL) Posted by LWhitt58


    LWhitt, there's a woman who works at my company that reminds me so much of her that I can't look or talk to her.  The resemblance is just too freaky it makes me uncomfortable.  Luckily we work in completely different departments so I don't have to interact with her at all.

    Also, thanks for the well wishes yesterday.  I was in rough shape but I'm ready to do it all again tonight. Go Celtics!
     
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    Posted by FleurDelacour


    [Private] EYE

    (The first thing I thought of was a different body part but I'm trying to keep things PG in here)
     
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    Cyclops


     
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                          LINER




    that poor woman (cat woman)  -- truly sad.   

    those controversies over the instant replays are intense.   Ray's coming back tonight, you'll see!  
     
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    Mythical
    (for Cyclops)





    And Switters, I think I'd have to do the same thing with the woman in your company if she looks like Jocelyn Wildebeest!  :-)
     
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    Timer
     
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    In Response to Re: LL Word Association : I didn't think so, yf.  But I guess people didn't like the extensive background info and then the question about whether she should remain on the pick-up team sport games that the ex showed up at with his new chippy. The LW wasn't too "life-smart", in any case. And for LEMON: LIMONCELLO
    Posted by LWhitt58

    ok, thanks.  meredith actually sounded kind of upset for the first time,  asking people to be more empathic.   but the posts are so often harsh, I thought perhaps yesterday was even worse than usual ...  but I don't have time to go back and check!  Smile  we move on fast around here. 
     
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    YF, there's no way Ray Ray has back to back bad games.  I'm expecting him to go off tonight.  This is a must win for the Celtics. 

    LWhitt, I feel kind of bad about it but it really weirds me out.  I wish I could post a comparison pic.  It's uncanny.

    Re: Timer


    DIMMER
     
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    Schwimmer


     
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    Ross

     
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    DOOFUS
     
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    Betsy


     
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    SCHWING!!!!





    (Sorry - didn't realize I was SO late in posting in response to Schwimmer!)
     

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