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28-06-2014, 10:18 PM
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She loaded "Up Top".
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28-06-2014, 10:23 PM
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Sorry MKJ, got a bit Bawdy, couldn't help it, Alan is on holiday.
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28-06-2014, 10:28 PM
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Originally Posted by spitfire ->
Sorry MKJ, got a bit Bawdy, couldn't help it, Alan is on holiday.
Alan is on hols!

PARTY TIME
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28-06-2014, 11:07 PM
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She loaded "Up Top".
More a 'bum' man myself .
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29-06-2014, 02:15 PM
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Going over to the supermarket this morning..(I always forget something!)..I met my 3 doors away neighbours..

They said they were going for cut price meat and vegetables..and would go back around 15.45..when virtually everything was reduced..

The lady went on to tell me she had planned and bought the ingredients for the next 3 months meals...

Is this ''frugal'' or a form of OCD??
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01-12-2014, 02:47 AM
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Hi, I've been exploring frugal living all my life. Mostly out of necessity, but sometimes stalking the next great bargain is just fun!

One of the things I do is have a kitchen garden. No, I don't save a ton of money, but a penny saved is a penny earned. During the growing season, I never buy tomatoes, peppers, squash, scallions, carrots, radishes, or whatever else I'm growing. I've even had mild success with strawberries. I have also done very well with fresh herbs.

How about finding a nice fishing spot? What can be better than a meal that you grew and/or caught yourself? Picture this: a nice spring trout broiled with your favorite herbs, with some tasty vegtables on the side, with a bowl of strawberries and ( what you like, cream or milk ) as a nice finish. Yum.
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01-12-2014, 06:47 AM
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Originally Posted by donnamarie ->
Hi, I've been exploring frugal living all my life. Mostly out of necessity, but sometimes stalking the next great bargain is just fun!

One of the things I do is have a kitchen garden. No, I don't save a ton of money, but a penny saved is a penny earned. During the growing season, I never buy tomatoes, peppers, squash, scallions, carrots, radishes, or whatever else I'm growing. I've even had mild success with strawberries. I have also done very well with fresh herbs.

How about finding a nice fishing spot? What can be better than a meal that you grew and/or caught yourself? Picture this: a nice spring trout broiled with your favorite herbs, with some tasty vegtables on the side, with a bowl of strawberries and ( what you like, cream or milk ) as a nice finish. Yum.
sounds like a female version of claude jeremiah greengrass!
 
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