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  1. over 4 years ago on Zack Hill

    Two ways you can go with the misplaced ‘A’. 1. Pretend it’s not there, don’t even look at it. (I know, I know it’s hard but doable) 2. Look at the ‘a’ as part of the sentence, a sentence that was interrupted by Mister Belamont.

  2. over 4 years ago on The Buckets

    As a person who used to make omelettes by the dozen for hungry people, I will give you my way of making them. Before you put the eggs on, first put what you want inside the omelette on to cook. Unless you have a huge grill, do this in a separate pan. Once you got them all nice a warm, add a little cooking spray to your pan for the omelette, then add your egg mixture, next add your inside ingredients, next your cheese. Now starting at the top of your omelette fold down some of the already cooked egg mix, now do the same with the bottom, when you ‘flip’ your omelette, the stuffing won’t come out. Now starting at one of the sides (depending if your left or right handed) Start folding the omelette towards the other side. How wide your omelette is will depend upon how tight or lose your folding is. Once you have your omelette folded all the way over, gentle move it back to the middle of the pan, then put some cheese on top. General rule, once the cheese on top is melted, it’s all cooked and not goopy inside. Yum, and enjoy!

  3. over 4 years ago on The Buckets

    The wrapper!! Oh my goodness that’s so adorable

  4. over 4 years ago on Baldo

    This is typical for a boy, you have to give them exact instructions. For example: ‘Baldo, please watch this pot, from inside the kitchen, and if it starts to boil over, please turn down the heat to number 3 and then come get me immediately’. After I had done this type of thing with my son, he had gotten very mad and told me that I don’t have to do that that he understood what I meant. I asked him if he understood the first time why didn’t he do it. " I don’t know".

  5. over 4 years ago on For Better or For Worse

    Where I work we had this one mom who’s littlest girl always wanted to help, it was cute until she became OCD about it. She would scream if her mom put any groceries on the belt, she wanted to do it. Same thing thru the aisles, if mom picked up anything and put it into the cart the little girl would freak out. I started talking to the mom and she revealed that the same thing happens at home when it was time to clean up. The little girl wanted to do it all by herself and would scream and hit others who wanted to help. She thinking of getting professional help, I just think a good swat or two may be less expensive.

  6. over 4 years ago on For Better or For Worse

    I use to clean out my son’s room a lot when he was little, but because I didn’t know what he wanted to keep or didn’t, I only threw away things that were easily replaced. But because “I” cleaned his room he never really learned how to keep a clean room. Today it’s an absolute pig stye. Learn from my mistake, Don’t clean your child’s room, have your child clean the room. There will be massive protest in the beginning, but set a routine. They will learn to keep a clean room and value what they have in that room.

  7. over 4 years ago on For Better or For Worse

    And It takes a lot of Onions to cause the effects howtheduck describes.

  8. over 4 years ago on For Better or For Worse

    growing chives look a lot like grass. And we all know that dogs eat grass. He seems like a likely culprit for this.

  9. over 4 years ago on For Better or For Worse

    When my son was 7-8 years old he was always wandering away from me in the store. We happen to live a a really small town and the chance of him being snatched there is still really slim. Anyway he decided to walk away at the store where I actually work, So I went around the corner to watch him, to see him panic and maybe learn a lesson. He started calling my name and walking around calling. A co-worker came up to him and asked if he lost his mommy. His response?: ‘Oh, she’s around here somewhere.’ Don’t know who or if there was a lesson learned, but the co-worker got a laugh.

  10. over 4 years ago on For Better or For Worse

    I’m sorry that you were ‘hit’ as a child. But you are wrong about the difference between hitting and spanking. Spanking happens in a controlled matter with 2-5 swats depending on the ‘crime’ the child did. Hitting happens for no reason, or maybe with reason, but is uncontrolled. I know this. I had parents that spanked me, but a step mom that hit me.