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I prefer Folsum Vineyard Blues:
I hear that taster coming, she’s rolling ’round the bend, and I ain’t seen this vintage, since, I don’t know when.
I’m stuck in Folsum Vineyards, and time keeps draggin’ on.
But those wines keep a comin’ even the sauvignon blanc.
When I was just a baby, my momma told me “son, you can’t have no wine, dear, until you’re 21″ but I snuck some of her vino; man it was so dry.
When she found me drunk in my crib, she hung her head and cried.
This also works if you give a single mom a donation in their name. I remember one year when I actually got a present from someone and it was a donation to the Heffer Project. That is a great charity! Which is why I felt kind of bad when I was thinking “oh that is so nice and I have always wanted to donate to them but I couldn’t afford it, so it is really nice to be able to support them but I also kind of need my own cow too?”
LOLOLOLOL why did this get downvoted?!? “how dare you reference Goatse when talking about big a-holes” wha???
I don’t think anything Edith Whartony could be fun.
Four and a half minutes to heat up some chili and cheese?!?! I didn’t make it to the end because I started getting so depressed, but that chili came out all calcified right?
She recieved a special final season of LOST where everything was explained and the ending was really great and didn’t suck at all (also with no Kate!).
“It’s cool if you want to exploit little kids on t.v., just as long as you’re not also reminding people that chicken nuggets are tasty” — PETA
You should just start with season 4.
Are you saying green Jell-O isn’t fun?
I actually thought that was kind of fatherly. Like, I need to let this kid learn to ride without training wheels. I thought the same thing a few episodes ago when Mike was watching Jessie agree to pay the entire amount of the legacy payments. He was just kind of watching him and willing Jesse to do the right thing. I saw that same look in Sunday’s episode. You can just tell he is thinking “come on kid!” but he doesn’t want to interfere, he wants Jesse to speak up for himself.
grr. My mansplaining comment was directed at capt. clown.
You’re not going to get enough upvotes for this since only the ladies will get this, but I would give you 50 (shades of) upvotes if I could.
I loved the look on Mike’s face when Jesse offered to cover the legacy payments out of his share. Mike was looking at Walt like, “are you the kind of person who would let this kid pay so much more than you?” and Walt was so unhappy when he finally gave in, and you could just tell that he would not have if it weren’t for Mike’s face.
Honey I Shrunk the Kids’ College Funds Because I Keep Turning up the AC
You can make waffle fries with a decent mandolin slicer. They taste even better because they are fresh and also not made with hate.
I call BS. My daughter had a lemondade stand once. I had to go buy the stuff to make lemonade, I made it, I carried the table outside and helped her set up, and I made several more pitchers after she and her friends kept drinking all of the merchandise. I worked all dang day for free! Of course, we are a household of pinko liberal socialists so that probably had something to do with it.
Just use 2% less honey and add some HFCS.
Crystal Ship is the new Magnets.
We’ve seen Mike bug a house before. I think he truly knows what a timebomb Walt is and he learned about the methylamine from eavesdropping.
I also think Hank knows (and that scene was fantastic), but I think he is going to protect Walt for the sake of Skylar and his niece and nephew. I think that’s why he said that the laptop was encrypted anyway. It was all “nothing to see here–for sure do not take the laptop to a forensic IT person.” Hank will protect Walt until the middle of the season when Skylar leaves Walt, and then gloves off.
Sorry, but other religions are money-making scams. See: Catholic church.
As an atheist, I don’t see Scientology as more ridiculous than any other religion. I have noticed that many of their followers are wildly successful, so much so that I’d probably join if I worked in the entertainment industry.
I’m an atheist, but if it were socially acceptable (where I live) to swim in this I would.