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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/11 13:15:57 (permalink)

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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/11 15:30:22 (permalink)
My first Asparagus... wow, that takes me back...
She was slim and warm. She appeared at a family barbecue, introduced by my ex-wife's uncle, she wore only a single slice of proscuitto in the hot summer sun. She was only in my life for a very brief time, but it was immediate love. Some affairs just aren't meant to last. Besides, I'm a realist: things might have gone bad if we had taken our time. Still I believe I carry a little bit of her deep inside me, even now, years later.

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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/11 15:42:20 (permalink)

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WTF?! I leave for 2 days and you guys start talking about asparagus?! Well, that's it - I guess I need to stop by more often and slap some sense into you guys.







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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/11 15:44:10 (permalink)

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My first Asparagus... wow, that takes me back...
She was slim and warm. She appeared at a family barbecue, introduced by my ex-wife's uncle, she wore only a single slice of proscuitto in the hot summer sun. She was only in my life for a very brief time, but it was immediate love. Some affairs just aren't meant to last. Besides, I'm a realist: things might have gone bad if we had taken our time. Still I believe I carry a little bit of her deep inside me, even now, years later.


Man that touched me. I bet there are still those cynics out there though that say she was just a little portion on the side.

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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/11 16:06:21 (permalink)
Some affairs just aren't meant to last.


One should not disparage, after all.

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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/12 10:16:05 (permalink)

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Some affairs just aren't meant to last.


One should not disparage, after all.

disparage us? is that like decapitating asparagus?

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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/12 10:32:01 (permalink)
disparage us?


Nope.

Etymology:Middle English, to degrade by marriage below one's class, disparage, from Anglo-French desparager to marry below one's class, from des- dis- + parage equality, lineage, from per peer

Date:
14th century

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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/12 10:50:46 (permalink)
Actually, I don't think I was disparaging. The Asparagus was a step up from the wife at the time...

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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/12 10:58:07 (permalink)

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disparage us?


Nope.

Etymology:Middle English, to degrade by marriage below one's class, disparage, from Anglo-French desparager to marry below one's class, from des- dis- + parage equality, lineage, from per peer

Date:
14th century

Oh you and your fancy proper english. Like Advocate and Avocado have nothing in common.

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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/12 10:59:27 (permalink)
The Asparagus was a step up from the wife at the time...


I know what you mean - for some women I'd happily stand on a stool...

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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/12 11:02:04 (permalink)
Advocate and Avocado


There's only a few words from Nahuatl that made it into English - chocolate, coyote.

Ahuacatl (testicle) is one of the few other ones, yes - in a slightly changed form.
post edited by Roflcopter - 2009/05/12 11:17:07

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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/12 15:48:11 (permalink)

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Oh you and your fancy proper english. Like Advocate and Avocado have nothing in common.

Space, I may decide to argue against this position, not as a committed opponent but simply for the sake of argument or to determine the validity of your position.

Sort of as Devil's Avocado


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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/12 15:50:10 (permalink)
hah!

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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/12 15:52:55 (permalink)

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Oh you and your fancy proper english. Like Advocate and Avocado have nothing in common.

Space, I may decide to argue against this position, not as a committed opponent but simply for the sake of argument or to determine the validity of your position.

Sort of as Devil's Avocado




I have had that. It's a hybrid of Habanero Diablo and Avocado. You will definitely NOT stand on THAT stool.
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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/12 15:54:29 (permalink)
Order! Order!

This is an asparagus topic, if you want to discuss competitive vegetables go to their respective threads, yes?

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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/12 15:58:07 (permalink)
I found Strummy's High School play

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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/12 15:59:33 (permalink)
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ORIGINAL: space_cowboy

Oh you and your fancy proper english. Like Advocate and Avocado have nothing in common.

Space, I may decide to argue against this position, not as a committed opponent but simply for the sake of argument or to determine the validity of your position.

Sort of as Devil's Avocado




Did you mean DeVilled Avocado?



It's got some Asparagus in it.
post edited by Jonbouy - 2009/05/12 16:09:47

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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/12 16:15:37 (permalink)

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I found Strummy's High School play


Yes, I played Oliver that year .........





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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/12 16:57:15 (permalink)

I sure hope the costume designer got acknowledged for that!

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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/12 16:59:52 (permalink)
I sure hope the costume designer got acknowledged for that!


Probably won the Turner prize.

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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/12 17:02:35 (permalink)
That's this fall's haute couture
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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/12 17:07:32 (permalink)
My first Asparagus was a reel to reel with 1 inch stalk. It was only stereo, so you had to eat everything on the fly, which was great when the meal was really tight, but horrid when the carrots and the potatoes couldn't chew in time with the steak. Then I moved onto a 4-stalk Asparagus, which allowed me to overdub and bounce things around (squash - not so bouncy). Finally in the late '90s I got myself a proper Digital Asparagus Workstation and the things I can eat now are just incredible! Butter on corn, a little salt and pepper on my ommlette, full meals - unlimited courses!!! Who'd 'a thunk it back in the day! Oh, her name was Yolanda, and she played me as much as I played her....oooohhhh yeah....
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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/12 17:11:26 (permalink)

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Digital Asparagus Workstation

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RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/05/13 15:40:02 (permalink)
I am leaving Asparagus for Kale

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Re: RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/11/19 23:09:40 (permalink)


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Re: RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/11/20 00:22:18 (permalink)
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Re: RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/11/20 02:45:33 (permalink)
What was the name of your first asparagus?

Bud.

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Re: RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/11/20 10:36:07 (permalink)
See now this is what makes the Toffee Haus fun.  

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Re: RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/11/20 10:40:32 (permalink)
Tofu Hoss; the illegimate son of Hop Sing and Hoss Cartwright?
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Re: RE: What was the name of your first asparagus? 2009/11/20 10:43:00 (permalink)
I don't know Hop Sing, but I used to know Hop Skip and he could jump man.  

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