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Two sunnyside up eggs, hashbrowns, french toast, orange juice, coffee.

Favorite dinner?

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#1- steak house
prime rib, medium rare.
Loaded baked potato.
Those fried onion things.
A salad.

That's for a steakhouse.

#2- fish place.
Alaskan king crap legs with butter. 
That's it.

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azathoth wrote:

#1- steak house
prime rib, medium rare.
Loaded baked potato.
Those fried onion things.
A salad.

That's for a steakhouse.

#2- fish place.
Alaskan king crap legs with butter. 
That's it.

King Crap with legs, Jesus, you are a wildman!

As for the Q: Gnocchi, of course! Don't need sides appetizers or dessert, just gnocchi.

New Q: What does or did your mother do for a living?

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My mom started her adult life as an accountant, but she had a seizure on the job and was blacklisted.  So for the next, oh, twenty or so years she worked myriad odd jobs, sometimes two or three at a time, to raise us kids.  Finally she found a great job as a social worker (a profession I myself eventually found my way into) and did that for about twenty years, until she retired a few years back.

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My Mom was a nurse, working her way up to positions of leadership at multiple hospitals, until settling as a head nurse at Jewish care home, until she was forced into early retirement from a stroke which left her with high levels of anxiety a few years back.

Continue the Q for the women that gave us life:

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She had no education. Just the basic stuff you take in Portugal.
So she worked for a cleaning company for 14 years. Cleaning Lawyer's offices, convention centres. Her final year of work she cleaned the airport in Toronto. Then fell, hurt her back and has been on disability since. She was willing to work. Her injury wasn't that serious. For a year she was told to look for work before she can be approved for disability pension. But no one was willing to hire her.

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Alright I'm ressurecting this thread.

New Q: Do you like lima beans? I fucking love them.

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Yes, although they are not my prefered bean, that honor goes to kidney beans.

Do you like chickpeas?

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Yes I do lol

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Can't stand 'em.  New question...

Would you be willing to kill a person if it meant you would receive free cable TV for life?

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^I'll make you some amazing Hummus and change your mind bro.
F*ck no, all those damn commercials! High speed internets on the other hand... lol

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I could never bring myself to kill someone.

New Q: If you had to choose between an endless supply of free yogurt or a mansion, new car, and $24 million dollars what would you choose?Also if you chose the yogurt what kind of yogurt would it be and if you chose the car and mansion, what kind of car and mansion would it be?

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lol Not the yogurt, unless there is a lactose free option. I'd sell the car and mansion, buy a trailer in the middle of nowhere and a greasy beater truck and become a hermit. No joke.

Same Q.

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New Q: Pizza or chinese food?

Chinese food for me. Pizza gets boring, its just dough cheese and sauce. I love me some shrimp lo mein, crab rangoons, and orange chicken. so good.

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I love 'em both but, gun to my head, I'd go with pizza.  Pepperoni and 2x cheese.  A heart attack waiting to happen but all heart attacks should be so tasty and chewy. lol

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It's Asian food all the way for me. Yes, pizza is way delicious and there are a million and one toppings to make it to your liking. I just love Chinese food though! All the spices: salty, sweet, hot...etc.

New Q: Best and worst surprises?

Mine are,

Best: After having 2 girls, my 3rd child was a boy. I love my daughters, but 3 girls to watch over would be insane.

Worst: When my girlfriend approached me on the way to class in college and told me she was pregnant. I was terrified!! It all worked out well of course  smile

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Best surprise: after 40 weeks of pregnancy and everybody and their mother telling the ex and me that it was going to be a boy -- seriously, EVERYBODY said this, day in and day out -- seeing the baby delivered, looking down and noticing that it didn't have a penis. lol

Worst surprise: pass.

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Best surprise: Never had one. lol

Worst surprise: Finding out that the chinese buffet near my house isn't open 24/7.

New Q: If you could have any dream job what would it be? I would love to be a super model, or a musician. Tough choice between those 2, because they score a lot of chicks.

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Writer/director.  Runner up: English teacher.  Same Q

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Owning or working at a Music store or a movie store like the one in empire records.

New question: What are you scared of most?

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Not living a successful or good life. My friends have been doing great things with their life like having kids, getting married, joining the military and I feel like a lone wolf tbh

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The thought of something happening to my daughter.  Especially since she lives so far away from me, where if something were to happen, it would be impossible for me to get there in time to help.  That thought has very literally kept me up on more nights than I can count.  I imagine what my reaction would be and I tend to think chances are, I'd end up murdering someone, which itself scares me because as laid back as I try to be (and it is often an effort) I'm also a trained infantryman and combat vet, and there's always a chance of guys who've been through that kind of thing reaching a point of rage where their brain stops thinking and instinct kicks in, and next thing you know you're catching your breath while standing over a body with no memory of having killed it. 

And that's not me trying to sound like a bad-ass -- I think about that kind of thing a lot, which is probably why when presented with a fight, usually I'll try and talk my way out of it.  If forced into action....well, like I said, trained infantryman and combat veteran, chances are you won't be walking away healthy. lol

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