wickowick LSU Fan Head of Island Member since Dec 2006 31228 posts
re: Monday Night Drinking and CookingPosted by wickowick on 7/29/13 at 9:11 pm to CBLSU316
When my wife and I were first married I worked a lot of evenings. I came home on Valentines evening to salad, steak, lobster, potatoes, etc. She claimed to cook it and there were dirty pots in the sink and the food was good. A little later I noticed styrofoam to go boxes in the garbage. She got an A for effort...
My wife started off being able to make chilli cheese dip, nachos, and bake pies and cakes. Now she has been asked to start her own catering business and has several dishes that her version is now the community standard of excellence. She still coooks by reciepe and I cook by taste and smell, but she is a fantastic cook as some OB'rs here can attest to that.
4LSU2 LSU Fan Madisonville Member since Dec 2009 26487 posts
re: Monday Night Drinking and CookingPosted by 4LSU2 on 7/29/13 at 9:19 pm to JAB528
Torpedo grass took over my flower beds. I came home Friday at 3pm with a rented tractor with a bucket on the back and a front end loader to excavate the beds to a depth of 24". I had the dirt guy lined up to haul me new topsoil and haul-off my old material at 7am Saturday morning. Operator was an hour late and The Lord drenched my day. The placed dirt washed down the goddamn sidewalk and driveway, ruts all in the yard, and IDNGAF during the operation. This evening was mowing and clean up time. My new weed eater line would run all 20' of it around the shaft after it ran for 30 seconds. After the third time and calling it a dirty cocksucking Rex-looking POS, I realized the spring that goes between the head and shaft was lying in my garage. One couple walking stopped and asked me what exactly I had going on. All I told them was it was the goddamnest thing I've done to date. I'm certain there will soon be a neighborhood watch for me.