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dontwantaname wrote:No smart phone.



what kind of ipad do you have? wifi only?

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no1 wrote:what kind of ipad do you have? wifi only?



DDo you really think I'm going to drag the Ipad out on a walk?????

When are you buying yours???

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dontwantaname wrote:No laptop? We can't go to dinner?



No, I'm not taking you to the table with me.



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dontwantaname wrote:DDo you really think I'm going to drag the Ipad out on a walk?????



didn't you just ask lady poof to drag her laptop to the dinner table?

dontwantaname wrote:When are you buying yours???



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no1 wrote:mabe when we win the lottery.

"lottery in june, corn heavy soon."




How many shirts do you have to sell to get one?

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pooflady wrote:No, I'm not taking you to the table with me.



We aren't good enough for your kitchen???

Or do you eat in the dining room?

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dontwantaname wrote:We aren't good enough for your kitchen???

Or do you eat in the dining room?



The dining room's the only place to eat. No table in the kitchen.



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pooflady wrote:The dining room's the only place to eat. No table in the kitchen.



The dining room is where you do homework.

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dontwantaname wrote:The dining room is where you do homework.



The dining room is where we do almost everything. The newspaper gets read there, we play cards there, I cut coupons there, used to do crafty things there when forced.



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pooflady wrote:The dining room is where we do almost everything. The newspaper gets read there, we play cards there, I cut coupons there, used to do crafty things there when forced.



Since there is no more homework, all we do is dump stuff on the table and walk through.

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Dinner was light tonight because we went out for a late lunch and had monster hot dogs. They were a half pound. Really good. I just had regular condiments on mine, he had chili and shredded cheese on his.



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pooflady wrote:Dinner was light tonight because we went out for a late lunch and had monster hot dogs. They were a half pound. Really good. I just had regular condiments on mine, he had chili and shredded cheese on his.



Hope that doesn't burn coming back out....


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pooflady wrote:Dinner was light tonight because we went out for a late lunch and had monster hot dogs. They were a half pound. Really good. I just had regular condiments on mine, he had chili and shredded cheese on his.



We ate leftovers.

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dontwantaname wrote:How many shirts do you have to sell to get one?



5,000 more than now.

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pooflady wrote:The dining room is where we do almost everything. The newspaper gets read there, we play cards there, I cut coupons there, used to do crafty things there when forced.



... what's a newspaper?

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no1 wrote:... what's a newspaper?



What you read when you don't have an Ipad.

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no1 wrote:... what's a newspaper?



Oh, yeah, that's right, you stopped yours. I tried, but just couldn't bring myself to do it.



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pooflady wrote:Oh, yeah, that's right, you stopped yours. I tried, but just couldn't bring myself to do it.



His programing doesn't let him read paper. Only electronic writing.

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Where do you all go? It is late. Are you wandering around the neighborhood?

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no1 wrote:... what's a newspaper?



Why didn't this post?


What is this mr1????

http://shirt.woot.com/Derby/Entry.aspx?id=55504

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dontwantaname wrote:Where do you all go? It is late. Are you wandering around the neighborhood?



11 o'clock news. You know that.

Oh, yeah. I also was in the kitche making frozen chocolate souffles in paper cups.



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pooflady wrote:11 o'clock news. You know that.

Oh, yeah. I also was in the kitche making frozen chocolate souffles in paper cups.



What for?

You need a laptop.



And a kitchen table.

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dontwantaname wrote:What for?

You need a laptop.



#2 son is coming tomorrow to can tomatoes with me. I don't know if any more of his family is coming or not and I've had this recipe for a while and thought it looked intriging.

http://www.kraftrecipes.com/recipes/frozen-chocolate-souffles-106255.aspx



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dontwantaname wrote:What for?

You need a laptop.



And a kitchen table.



I have a galley kitchen, 9x14, cabinets down both sides. Four doors. No room for a table.



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pooflady wrote:I have a galley kitchen, 9x14, cabinets down both sides. Four doors. No room for a table.



Hang on, I'm getting a tape measure.....

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dontwantaname wrote:Hang on, I'm getting a tape measure.....



8'4"x18. With 3 doors. It is split into two rooms, one kitchen, one for a table.

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dontwantaname wrote:8'4"x18. With 3 doors. It is split into two rooms, one kitchen, one for a table.



With that 4 feet I could probably have a table. But I know I wouldn't, I'd put in more cabinets. And the door and half wall at the end abut the dining room.



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pooflady wrote:I have a galley kitchen, 9x14, cabinets down both sides. Four doors. No room for a table.



That is big for a galley. Most of the ones I've seen are narrower and much shorter.

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dontwantaname wrote:That is big for a galley. Most of the ones I've seen are narrower and much shorter.



Isn't yours a galley? I thought a galley kitchen was long and narrow. Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe it's short and narrow.



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pooflady wrote:Isn't yours a galley? I thought a galley kitchen was long and narrow. Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe it's short and narrow.



just narrow

ETA: and straight

move along

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pooflady wrote:With that 4 feet I could probably have a table. But I know I wouldn't, I'd put in more cabinets. And the door and half wall at the end abut the dining room.



That is why I would like to go out the five feet. I could have cabinets down that entire wall. The longest wall has a corner sink, silverware drawer, dishwasher and then the door going outside.

Right now it is fine for one person, but a pia for two.
My dining room is actually the living room.
The living room is the master bedroom, with the closets taken out it make it wider.

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dontwantaname wrote:That is why I would like to go out the five feet. I could have cabinets down that entire wall. The longest wall has a corner sink, silverware drawer, dishwasher and then the door going outside.

Right now it is fine for one person, but a pia for two.
My dining room is actually the living room.
The living room is the master bedroom, with the closets taken out it make it wider.



Wow.



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pooflady wrote:Isn't yours a galley? I thought a galley kitchen was long and narrow. Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe it's short and narrow.



I always figured a galley had door at both ends. Mine has the doors on the sides. Who knows. Mine has the plumbing wall on one side. That wall is shorter

Why did they build such screwed up kitchens in the post WWII era???? 50's and 60's????
Even large houses had crappy kitchens.
Houses built in the 20's and 30's had big kitchens. Maybe not much counter space, but large space.

There is a fairly large split level house. Built with master bath, which was unheard of until then,. It has a galley kitchen with cabinet, sink, cabinet on one wall. Fridge, cabinet, stove on the other. Plus it was an area you walk through!


People ate every meal at home! Women cooked every day!
It is not the only larger house like that.


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Good evening. Hope all is well with everyone.

//going to read back

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pooflady wrote:Wow.



For a small house, it at least had a workable floor plan.
All the small houses we saw had NO area for a table. So where did people eat? In the living room that was only big enough for a sofa, two chairs and a TV???

The bedrooms steps from the kitchen was very handy when the kids were little.
Son would wake up. I would cross the hall, get him breakfast and go back to bed!
He didn't care, as long as he was fed.
Now I would have to go all the way downstairs.
Plus, I could hear him.



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lplady wrote:Good evening. Hope all is well with everyone.

//going to read back



Hi!



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Now where did she go????


Hi j5

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dontwantaname wrote:I always figured a galley had door at both ends. Mine has the doors on the sides. Who knows. Mine has the plumbing wall on one side. That wall is shorter

Why did they build such screwed up kitchens in the post WWII era???? 50's and 60's????
Even large houses had crappy kitchens.
Houses built in the 20's and 30's had big kitchens. Maybe not much counter space, but large space.

There is a fairly large split level house. Built with master bath, which was unheard of until then,. It has a galley kitchen with cabinet, sink, cabinet on one wall. Fridge, cabinet, stove on the other. Plus it was an area you walk through!


People ate every meal at home! Women cooked every day!
It is not the only larger house like that.



When we moved in all the appliances and sink were on one long wall, maybe enough room for a very small table on the other. Over the years we moved the refrigerator because we needed the space to put the door to the deck that we put on. Door on opposite end of the kitchen from the dining room goes to the garage. Another door on the other long wall goes into what's now a pantry, but was my office for at least 12 years. It's 4x4 and does extend a foot or so into the garage.



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pooflady wrote:When we moved in all the appliances and sink were on one long wall, maybe enough room for a very small table on the other. Over the years we moved the refrigerator because we needed the space to put the door to the deck that we put on. Door on opposite end of the kitchen from the dining room goes to the garage. Another door on the other long wall goes into what's now a pantry, but was my office for at least 12 years. It's 4x4 and does extend a foot or so into the garage.



So basically nobody has a good kitchen.

If you do, nobody uses it because you are at work too many hours.

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If son was coming home after work and he left work at 8, where the hell is he????

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