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Conversation Between Madam Cheezy and Aureol
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  1. Madam Cheezy
    July 1st, 2010 01:48 PM
    Madam Cheezy
    I know I'm all types of late on this, but, I hope your meeting went well! (did it?)

    Someone said you were leaving...! Oh noes!
    Good luck and I'll be here for ya when you get back from....er....that place. lol. :D
  2. Aureol
    April 12th, 2010 09:38 PM
    Aureol
    Oh good lol. Um, I'm a Mormon, and we have a world meeting twice a year which I went to see live. So it was good, but not really fun and very long. What you been up to lately?
  3. Madam Cheezy
    April 9th, 2010 10:50 PM
    Madam Cheezy
    Things are good here, finally. Whatever was holding things up seems to have cleared. :D

    What kind of meeting did you have to go to? Was it any fun?
  4. Aureol
    April 4th, 2010 06:50 PM
    Aureol
    'Tis fine, I was gone for a bit, so I haven't been on really either. Just went to the city for a meeting I needed to attend, and it was good. Pretty long though... what about you? And crumb cake IS delicious haha.
  5. Madam Cheezy
    April 2nd, 2010 10:01 PM
    Madam Cheezy
    Crumb cake = GOOD.

    Anyways, how have you been? Sorry I couldnt get back to you sooner, I had a thing or two to fix on my computer.
  6. Aureol
    March 30th, 2010 04:19 PM
    Aureol
    Aw... I don't think you guys really need that tax, but whatever. Maybe if you just yell a little louder, they'll hear?

    Frozen pies? Haven't had one in a while, but I can say I have mixed feelings about them. Some are really good, but some taste exactly like you describe. I don't pay attention to the brands though, so I can't tell you which ones are good or bad. If it looks like a pie, then you're probably safe as far as key lime goes. Sorry I'm not being helpful lol.
  7. Madam Cheezy
    March 30th, 2010 02:02 PM
    Madam Cheezy
    Yeah, the $300 a year tax isnt law yet, but they're trying like the dickens to get it to pass. Of course, everybody is trying to throw their proverbial wrenches into the mix, but, I think it's gonna eventually go down. Oh well.

    I saw this Edwards Key Lime Pie at the store on Sunday, and it looked really good. I was a little hesitant to buy it though, because the last frozen pie I bought was....well, to be nice, not that great. (It was supposed to be Dutch Apple, and it tasted almost like apple jell-o....) I asked, because I was wondering if you had any experience with frozen pies...lol.
  8. Aureol
    March 29th, 2010 08:26 PM
    Aureol
    I'm sorry. Maybe in about 2 years I'll have one Then you can trade to your heart's content!

    Soda is kind of a choice, but it's a delicious one. They're only gonna lose money on people that won't buy soda no more. But, like you said, if it helps pay for the city places, 'tis good.

    Wait, you pay $300 a year for trash!? :O How do you put up with that? Wow, that's a ton of money...

    Yes, key lime pie is great as well. So creamy and citrusy and stuff...
  9. Madam Cheezy
    March 29th, 2010 05:04 PM
    Madam Cheezy
    Aww, poo. And here I was hoping to trade one day.

    The tax is very inconvenient. Street (our ex-mayor) went on the news talking about how a 2-liter is going to cost twice as much now. But, if it means we can have what our city used to have 5 years ago, (libraries, public pools, police, fire departments, etc.) then that's okay, I guess. Soda is kind of a choice.

    Now, the $300 a year trash tax is something evil indeed. x.x

    Ever have key lime pie?
  10. Aureol
    March 29th, 2010 04:14 PM
    Aureol
    Soda tax? :O Noooooo, I couldn't live with that! AND chocolate milk? Gah, I'd sue if they charged me an extra 50 cents everytime I wanted to drink my cream soda.

    And thanks for the offer, but I don't play 4th Gen. since I'm too poor to afford a DS Thanks for the offer though.
  11. Madam Cheezy
    March 29th, 2010 03:42 PM
    Madam Cheezy
    Well, drinking the soda is cool too.

    Actually, in my city, they're gonna start taxing all the soda we drink. 2 cents for every ounce. Chocolate milk, too. I guess that's what we get for being broke. x.x

    If you want, I can make some pokerus Bulbasaurs for you. Just say the word, and I'll get right on it. :D
  12. Aureol
    March 29th, 2010 03:15 PM
    Aureol
    They're even Bulbasaurs? Wow, there's a nice thing right there... I wouldn't mind taking them off your hands lol.

    And you're sounding pretty smart with your explanation on music... makes sense to me. I can kind of ignore the audience while I'm playing music because it's emotional, but fencing isn't emotional... at least, not in the same way

    I dunno about the soda. I guess not! I never hear anything soda-related in my area, so the only thing I ever do with it is drink it haha.
  13. Madam Cheezy
    March 29th, 2010 01:07 PM
    Madam Cheezy
    Yeppers....poor Bulbasaurs. All infected with nowhere to go.

    That's okay, though. I traded them via gts to someone who wants them. And I still have a handful of guys that still have the pokerus, so it wasnt too much of a loss. Just a pain in the ass. lol.

    Music, I believe, uses a different part of your brain than any physical activity you might do. The feeling of accomplishment is the same, but, since music is also a creative, left-lobe kind of thing, it's different than the strategic chess-like maneuvers you might do while fencing. Maybe you're more creative and in touch with your emotions more than you are with your two feet. Or....maybe I'm just verbally dribbling.

    Those two recipes are the only two I know for ginger ale...heh. Maybe people in your area dont drink enough soda? :p
  14. Aureol
    March 27th, 2010 08:39 PM
    Aureol
    You waited for 12 hours? I keep feeling worse and worse for you. AND you lost Pokerus! That's no good at all :\

    You play bass? That's neat. It is a good thing you weren't as loud haha, let them take the blame for bad music. Funnily enough, I'm alright doing some things in front of people: I'm fine performing musically, but when it's about me beating some other person, that's where it gets bad.

    Wow, you're just full of good recipes I've never tried the ale in jell-o, that also sounds excellent. Why don't I know more creative cooks in my area?
  15. Madam Cheezy
    March 27th, 2010 08:16 PM
    Madam Cheezy
    I lost out on some berries because I didnt get a chance to water them the whole 12 hours I was waiting. -.-; Not to mention, both of them wanted pokerus, and now those pokemon are cured. >.<

    Well, live and learn. That's what Sonic says, right? lol.

    I used to have performance lock-up too. Mine wasnt as competitive as yours, though. I played the bass is high school, and even though I'd play the same songs thousands of times, there was always a measure or two that were completely off. At least I wasnt as audible as the violins. Poor saps. :p

    Ginger ale works wonders for lots of stuff. If you get a box of sugar free black cherry jell-o, and replace the cold water with the ale, you get something very tasty indeed.

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