Besides, I live in georgia, that makes us neighbors.
Do You Like People - Period?
I hear they taste like chicken...
ooooooooo snow another food thread!!!!!
Marinated Leg of In-Laws
When it comes to in-laws, the meat can be tough and wirey. This comes from their illogical perception of you the person who claimed their child. Slapping the flesh while the in-laws are still alive can sometimes help tenderize the meat. Remember Culinary Gurus, fear tenderizes all meat.
4 legs, two from each in-law
4 cup white wine
12 chopped carrots
4 diced white onions
2 Bay leaves
1/2 cup butter
salt and pepper to taste
grated Parmesan cheese
I like people but they can't be quiet or we'll have nothing to talk about (I'm a quiet person in real life).
"I like people of all periods."
Thank you for that mental image
Yes, as long as they agree with me.
totally in the "some i do, some i dont" crowd...
i have special contempt for the equivocal
as a whole, humanity can be completely detestable and
utterly awe-inspiring, sometimes at the same moment...
i figure i fall somewhere in between....
Hey Littlerockguy, I hear you. I feel the same way most of the time.There are a few decent people out there though.
Yes. Lots of "people" here have abby-normal brains and are thus in a state of confusion about who they like/ dislike. You'll probably get a different answer every day of the week.
g80 4/8 pp. 10-11 People—Why They Act the Way They Do
“The immature brain is dependent on sensory stimulation for normal growth,” and “when an infant is rocked or cuddled, impulses are directed to the cerebellum that stimulate its development.” This is important, for the cerebellum controls movement and if it is deprived of these pleasurable impulses sufficient nerve synapses do not form, and development is abnormal. The result may be an impulsive, uncontrolled, violent personality.