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  • UsagiUsagi Nah Registered User regular
    In the category of weird shit that is also awesome

    I've been having a rough time with ~romance~ stuff lately, so my boyfriend's wife baked me Valentine's Day cookies and oh my heart

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  • sarukunsarukun Mr. Bulldopps Get SchwiftyRegistered User regular
    That is very sweet, pun intended.

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  • bowenbowen How you doin'? Registered User regular
    sarukun wrote: »
    bowen wrote: »
    flowers always feel like a terrible gift to me

    "here's something you're going to water for a day, get annoyed at watering, and will die in about 4 days anyways, this represents how I feel about you!"

    One time I took an ex out to a nice hibachi steakhouse place on a tuesday as an alternative and she was like "why are we going out to eat in the middle of the week"

    "I just felt like doing something nice for you but didn't want it to be flowers"

    and I guess that wasn't the right answer because we got in a fight about that and then I stopped doing random nice things

    ...that kind of went a little dour there didn't it

    Flowers have been symbolic rather than practical for good Goddamned long time, and that’s not likely to change any time soon. The impermanence of the thing is indeed central in many respects to its beauty, depending on which school of aesthetics you’re approaching it from.

    I mean yeah but something like a succulent or bonsai feels better to me, I guess they're not for me though... I just hate them and would rather give something else

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  • sarukunsarukun Mr. Bulldopps Get SchwiftyRegistered User regular
    bowen wrote: »
    sarukun wrote: »
    bowen wrote: »
    flowers always feel like a terrible gift to me

    "here's something you're going to water for a day, get annoyed at watering, and will die in about 4 days anyways, this represents how I feel about you!"

    One time I took an ex out to a nice hibachi steakhouse place on a tuesday as an alternative and she was like "why are we going out to eat in the middle of the week"

    "I just felt like doing something nice for you but didn't want it to be flowers"

    and I guess that wasn't the right answer because we got in a fight about that and then I stopped doing random nice things

    ...that kind of went a little dour there didn't it

    Flowers have been symbolic rather than practical for good Goddamned long time, and that’s not likely to change any time soon. The impermanence of the thing is indeed central in many respects to its beauty, depending on which school of aesthetics you’re approaching it from.

    I mean yeah but something like a succulent or bonsai feels better to me, I guess they're not for me though... I just hate them and would rather give something else

    That’s cool, I’m just pointing out that flowers are some of the most baggage-laden symbols in human history.

    I personally prefer living plants too, but am horseshit at remembering to care for them.

    bowen
  • NechriahNechriah Registered User regular
    sarukun wrote: »
    That is very sweet, pun intended.

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  • Houk the NamebringerHouk the Namebringer Nipples The EchidnaRegistered User regular
    bowen wrote: »
    sarukun wrote: »
    bowen wrote: »
    flowers always feel like a terrible gift to me

    "here's something you're going to water for a day, get annoyed at watering, and will die in about 4 days anyways, this represents how I feel about you!"

    One time I took an ex out to a nice hibachi steakhouse place on a tuesday as an alternative and she was like "why are we going out to eat in the middle of the week"

    "I just felt like doing something nice for you but didn't want it to be flowers"

    and I guess that wasn't the right answer because we got in a fight about that and then I stopped doing random nice things

    ...that kind of went a little dour there didn't it

    Flowers have been symbolic rather than practical for good Goddamned long time, and that’s not likely to change any time soon. The impermanence of the thing is indeed central in many respects to its beauty, depending on which school of aesthetics you’re approaching it from.

    I mean yeah but something like a succulent or bonsai feels better to me, I guess they're not for me though... I just hate them and would rather give something else

    I get what you mean, but I would think that when you're giving something to someone, your main concern would be with what they like.

  • sarukunsarukun Mr. Bulldopps Get SchwiftyRegistered User regular
    edited February 13
    bowen wrote: »
    sarukun wrote: »
    bowen wrote: »
    flowers always feel like a terrible gift to me

    "here's something you're going to water for a day, get annoyed at watering, and will die in about 4 days anyways, this represents how I feel about you!"

    One time I took an ex out to a nice hibachi steakhouse place on a tuesday as an alternative and she was like "why are we going out to eat in the middle of the week"

    "I just felt like doing something nice for you but didn't want it to be flowers"

    and I guess that wasn't the right answer because we got in a fight about that and then I stopped doing random nice things

    ...that kind of went a little dour there didn't it

    Flowers have been symbolic rather than practical for good Goddamned long time, and that’s not likely to change any time soon. The impermanence of the thing is indeed central in many respects to its beauty, depending on which school of aesthetics you’re approaching it from.

    I mean yeah but something like a succulent or bonsai feels better to me, I guess they're not for me though... I just hate them and would rather give something else

    I get what you mean, but I would think that when you're giving something to someone, your main concern would be with what they like.

    I dunno, man, especially if I’m giving a personal gift to a special lady (your mileage may vary) I’m making the gift in some way representative of myself. Especially where a romantic partner is concerned, I really feel like hitting the balance of “thing you want that could only possibly be from me” is the ideal.

    sarukun on
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  • Houk the NamebringerHouk the Namebringer Nipples The EchidnaRegistered User regular
    sarukun wrote: »
    bowen wrote: »
    sarukun wrote: »
    bowen wrote: »
    flowers always feel like a terrible gift to me

    "here's something you're going to water for a day, get annoyed at watering, and will die in about 4 days anyways, this represents how I feel about you!"

    One time I took an ex out to a nice hibachi steakhouse place on a tuesday as an alternative and she was like "why are we going out to eat in the middle of the week"

    "I just felt like doing something nice for you but didn't want it to be flowers"

    and I guess that wasn't the right answer because we got in a fight about that and then I stopped doing random nice things

    ...that kind of went a little dour there didn't it

    Flowers have been symbolic rather than practical for good Goddamned long time, and that’s not likely to change any time soon. The impermanence of the thing is indeed central in many respects to its beauty, depending on which school of aesthetics you’re approaching it from.

    I mean yeah but something like a succulent or bonsai feels better to me, I guess they're not for me though... I just hate them and would rather give something else

    I get what you mean, but I would think that when you're giving something to someone, your main concern would be with what they like.

    I dunno, man, especially if I’m giving a personal gift to a special lady (your mileage may vary) I’m making the gift in some way representative of myself. Especially where a romantic partner is concerned, I really feel like hitting the balance of “thing you want that could only possibly be from me” is the ideal.

    I mean sure, I don't think anyone's going to disagree with that. But the point I was going for was more, I wouldn't base my decision to give something to someone else too much on whether or not I personally like that thing.

    I think Hello Kitty is dumb, but if I was dating someone who really liked Hello Kitty, I wouldn't think twice about getting that as a gift (and would even try and find a way to do it in a way that makes it representative of myself!)

    In fact I think there's a lot of value in showing your partner "hey this thing isn't really for me, but if you like it then I'm happy to do that for you". (This is kind of far afield from what Bowen described, but just saying in general.)

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  • McFodderMcFodder 'SploringRegistered User regular
    sarukun wrote: »
    bowen wrote: »
    sarukun wrote: »
    bowen wrote: »
    flowers always feel like a terrible gift to me

    "here's something you're going to water for a day, get annoyed at watering, and will die in about 4 days anyways, this represents how I feel about you!"

    One time I took an ex out to a nice hibachi steakhouse place on a tuesday as an alternative and she was like "why are we going out to eat in the middle of the week"

    "I just felt like doing something nice for you but didn't want it to be flowers"

    and I guess that wasn't the right answer because we got in a fight about that and then I stopped doing random nice things

    ...that kind of went a little dour there didn't it

    Flowers have been symbolic rather than practical for good Goddamned long time, and that’s not likely to change any time soon. The impermanence of the thing is indeed central in many respects to its beauty, depending on which school of aesthetics you’re approaching it from.

    I mean yeah but something like a succulent or bonsai feels better to me, I guess they're not for me though... I just hate them and would rather give something else

    I get what you mean, but I would think that when you're giving something to someone, your main concern would be with what they like.

    I dunno, man, especially if I’m giving a personal gift to a special lady (your mileage may vary) I’m making the gift in some way representative of myself. Especially where a romantic partner is concerned, I really feel like hitting the balance of “thing you want that could only possibly be from me” is the ideal.

    I mean sure, I don't think anyone's going to disagree with that. But the point I was going for was more, I wouldn't base my decision to give something to someone else too much on whether or not I personally like that thing.

    I think Hello Kitty is dumb, but if I was dating someone who really liked Hello Kitty, I wouldn't think twice about getting that as a gift (and would even try and find a way to do it in a way that makes it representative of myself!)

    In fact I think there's a lot of value in showing your partner "hey this thing isn't really for me, but if you like it then I'm happy to do that for you". (This is kind of far afield from what Bowen described, but just saying in general.)

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    Also, the talk about dogs in this thread has me thinking that next year I should secretly arrange to pick up the second greyhound we keep talking about on Valentine's Day and name it Rose.

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  • LiiyaLiiya Registered User regular
    The short life span of flowers has never been something I considered a negative but part of the symbolism of giving flowers. They're not supposed to last because they are about the moment and you appreciate them for the short time they are there and that's why flowers are special because they are fleeting so when they are in bloom they are beautiful. And you can always press a few as mentioned as a keepsake of that sweet memory.

    Also from a practical point of view while a plant is a lovely gift I know if someone gave me a plant I'd think "this is lovely but now I have the responsibility of caring for this thing for the rest of it's life and if I kill it/don't have permanent space for it that's not going to go down well".

    I'm probably on my own on that though

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  • Lost SalientLost Salient blink twice if you'd like me to mercy kill youRegistered User regular
    No, I kinda feel that way! I mean I also own potted plants but flowers are a beautiful and momentary different gift that I also love to receive.

    Not that I haven't in a million years.

    Because I've just stopped dating except for that disastrous foray into wtfery back in September.

    I should... I dunno. Fix that part of my life somehow I guess.

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  • Crimson KingCrimson King Registered User regular
    i went to the fancy tea shop and got my gf a sampler box of fancy teas

    and then had to insist on making the first pot myself because i'm extremely obsessive about how tea is made. sorry gf

    we're going to a nice restaurant later i think? it's not valentines yet but i won't be able to see her tomorrow so we're doing it today

  • BrainleechBrainleech Registered User regular
    I got a bonsai once as a gift {not a valentines but more of a welcome back one}
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  • ASimPersonASimPerson Cold... ... and hard.Registered User regular
    I got a match on Bumble for the first time ever yesterday. I mean, they didn't message me or anything (which definitely plays into my brain-spidery belief that her finger probably just slipped or something), but hey, it's a start.

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  • sarukunsarukun Mr. Bulldopps Get SchwiftyRegistered User regular
    edited February 13
    sarukun wrote: »
    bowen wrote: »
    sarukun wrote: »
    bowen wrote: »
    flowers always feel like a terrible gift to me

    "here's something you're going to water for a day, get annoyed at watering, and will die in about 4 days anyways, this represents how I feel about you!"

    One time I took an ex out to a nice hibachi steakhouse place on a tuesday as an alternative and she was like "why are we going out to eat in the middle of the week"

    "I just felt like doing something nice for you but didn't want it to be flowers"

    and I guess that wasn't the right answer because we got in a fight about that and then I stopped doing random nice things

    ...that kind of went a little dour there didn't it

    Flowers have been symbolic rather than practical for good Goddamned long time, and that’s not likely to change any time soon. The impermanence of the thing is indeed central in many respects to its beauty, depending on which school of aesthetics you’re approaching it from.

    I mean yeah but something like a succulent or bonsai feels better to me, I guess they're not for me though... I just hate them and would rather give something else

    I get what you mean, but I would think that when you're giving something to someone, your main concern would be with what they like.

    I dunno, man, especially if I’m giving a personal gift to a special lady (your mileage may vary) I’m making the gift in some way representative of myself. Especially where a romantic partner is concerned, I really feel like hitting the balance of “thing you want that could only possibly be from me” is the ideal.

    I mean sure, I don't think anyone's going to disagree with that. But the point I was going for was more, I wouldn't base my decision to give something to someone else too much on whether or not I personally like that thing.

    I think Hello Kitty is dumb, but if I was dating someone who really liked Hello Kitty, I wouldn't think twice about getting that as a gift (and would even try and find a way to do it in a way that makes it representative of myself!)

    In fact I think there's a lot of value in showing your partner "hey this thing isn't really for me, but if you like it then I'm happy to do that for you". (This is kind of far afield from what Bowen described, but just saying in general.)

    I see your angle, and I agree, I think showing not only that you’re paying attention but also that you’re willing to make space for your SO’s interests and hobbies is pretty important!

    Although you kind of run the risk of getting “the wrong thing” if you don’t then delve into that world a bit yourself. A little research when gift giving never hurt nobody.

    Edit: Also Hello Kitty is rad, you monster, I’ll fight you right now.

    sarukun on
  • SolarSolar Registered User regular
    Also flowers do have the advantage of being a gift you can give someone and there is a degree of social meaning to that, like getting someone flowers says they are important to you I think, there's a shared cultural language there.

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  • Shazkar ShadowstormShazkar Shadowstorm Registered User regular
    My ex who lives in LA sent me flowers the other week because I was being sad and things

    And I was like why, what do I even do with these, I’m traveling I’ll barely see them and they’ll die

    And she was like it’s just supposed to be the thought, don’t worry about them, look at them for a bit and know ppl care about you

    And I was like huh cool and it wasn’t bad

    And then they died after I came back and I threw them away

    But I see the sentiment value
    It’s not about practicality

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  • Shazkar ShadowstormShazkar Shadowstorm Registered User regular
    Sigh tho it would be nice to date someone again but boy it’s not working out eh

    My many regrets at being such a late bloomer thus my odds of success being lower due to amount of time and increased opportunities of youth I dunno

    (Gonna buy more clothes to fill the void lmao)

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  • WassermeloneWassermelone Registered User regular
    My wife has only gotten flowers once because she's not a big fan.

    She was really really moved the one time she did get flowers though - my workplace got them for her as a thank you for sending in so many delicious baked goods

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  • PlatyPlaty Registered User regular
    I figured out what's up with the likes on OkCupid, the mobile version only shows you a picture, you don't actually see the profile unless you click on the photo.

  • sarukunsarukun Mr. Bulldopps Get SchwiftyRegistered User regular
    I was free this afternoon so I offered to go pick her up at her office and take her out to dinner. We had pizza that was super delicious and ended up splitting the bill.

    Then we went to a nice park and like suuuuuuper mega made out for like two hours and talked and stuff.

    It was a lovely evening and I think it is fair to say, to quote the vernacular, “we have got the hots” for each other.

    Yaaaaaay!

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  • OmnipotentBagelOmnipotentBagel Shell, Teeth, Eyes, Flame, Claws, Breath, Scales, FUN!Registered User regular
    edited February 13
    bowen wrote: »
    flowers always feel like a terrible gift to me

    "here's something you're going to water for a day, get annoyed at watering, and will die in about 4 days anyways, this represents how I feel about you!"

    One time I took an ex out to a nice hibachi steakhouse place on a tuesday as an alternative and she was like "why are we going out to eat in the middle of the week"

    "I just felt like doing something nice for you but didn't want it to be flowers"

    and I guess that wasn't the right answer because we got in a fight about that and then I stopped doing random nice things

    ...that kind of went a little dour there didn't it

    Yeah, that was the wrong answer because instead of considering what SHE might like, you chose to do what YOU thought was good. The reason flowers are a good gift for people who like flowers is because they're pretty, they can be a way to show how much you think of the person (esp. if they have aesthetic preferences that you are matching), and they're something physical that you can keep somewhere as a visible reminder of the gift-giver and their regard for you. They're decorative, but by their nature don't stick around long enough that they just become part of the background of your life. But instead of considering any of that, you've just decided they're a bad gift. Gifts aren't about what you like they're about what the person you care about likes. They're a way to show empathy and understanding of another person.

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  • Blake TBlake T Registered User regular
    Or an excuse to eat a steak too.

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  • SolarSolar Registered User regular
    If flowers are what your significant other(s) want then they're a good gift and if not they're not a good gift

    This is not particularly hard I feel

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  • NightDragonNightDragon 6th Grade Username Registered User regular
    edited February 13
    bowen wrote: »
    flowers always feel like a terrible gift to me

    "here's something you're going to water for a day, get annoyed at watering, and will die in about 4 days anyways, this represents how I feel about you!"

    One time I took an ex out to a nice hibachi steakhouse place on a tuesday as an alternative and she was like "why are we going out to eat in the middle of the week"

    "I just felt like doing something nice for you but didn't want it to be flowers"

    and I guess that wasn't the right answer because we got in a fight about that and then I stopped doing random nice things

    ...that kind of went a little dour there didn't it

    Yeah, that was the wrong answer because instead of considering what SHE might like, you chose to do what YOU thought was good. The reason flowers are a good gift for people who like flowers is because they're pretty, they can be a way to show how much you think of the person (esp. if they have aesthetic preferences that you are matching), and they're something physical that you can keep somewhere as a visible reminder of the gift-giver and their regard for you. They're decorative, but by their nature don't stick around long enough that they just become part of the background of your life. But instead of considering any of that, you've just decided they're a bad gift. Gifts aren't about what you like they're about what the person you care about likes. They're a way to show empathy and understanding of another person.

    Yo I don't really see how bowen refused to give that ex something he knew she liked. I think you're reading too much into that anecdote.

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  • OmnipotentBagelOmnipotentBagel Shell, Teeth, Eyes, Flame, Claws, Breath, Scales, FUN!Registered User regular
    Long story short, while it's fine to put something of yourself into a gift, a true gift is not about you. The part that's about you is the gesture itself, if the content of the gift is what you think is a good gift rather than something they want, the message they're getting is that you don't really care about them.

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  • bowenbowen How you doin'? Registered User regular
    bowen wrote: »
    flowers always feel like a terrible gift to me

    "here's something you're going to water for a day, get annoyed at watering, and will die in about 4 days anyways, this represents how I feel about you!"

    One time I took an ex out to a nice hibachi steakhouse place on a tuesday as an alternative and she was like "why are we going out to eat in the middle of the week"

    "I just felt like doing something nice for you but didn't want it to be flowers"

    and I guess that wasn't the right answer because we got in a fight about that and then I stopped doing random nice things

    ...that kind of went a little dour there didn't it

    Yeah, that was the wrong answer because instead of considering what SHE might like, you chose to do what YOU thought was good. The reason flowers are a good gift for people who like flowers is because they're pretty, they can be a way to show how much you think of the person (esp. if they have aesthetic preferences that you are matching), and they're something physical that you can keep somewhere as a visible reminder of the gift-giver and their regard for you. They're decorative, but by their nature don't stick around long enough that they just become part of the background of your life. But instead of considering any of that, you've just decided they're a bad gift. Gifts aren't about what you like they're about what the person you care about likes. They're a way to show empathy and understanding of another person.

    Yo I don't really see how bowen refused to give that ex something he knew she liked. I think you're reading too much into that anecdote.

    You're right, ND.

    I've given flowers to the same ex, just this one specific time and example I didn't and wanted to treat her to dinner instead of flowers. This one specific time mentioning that caused a fight I wasn't anticipating. Though for that one relationship I'd have to say that was probably where it ended, since that reaction to me treating her to dinner was kind of garbo even though I guess I could've gotten her flowers.

    My "I dislike flowers" was a general commentary on my dating life and that I just dislike them, not that I refuse to give them. I know ladies like flowers and occasionally I need to put my own feelings aside to accomplish that task.

    Ladies.
  • Brovid HasselsmofBrovid Hasselsmof [Growling historic on the fury road] Registered User regular
    I'm watching a Netflix doc about dogs and before the title credits even played I got dust in my eye. I think 50 minutes of it might kill me.

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  • Houk the NamebringerHouk the Namebringer Nipples The EchidnaRegistered User regular
    sarukun wrote: »
    Edit: Also Hello Kitty is rad, you monster, I’ll fight you right now.

    Now knowing this, I have constructed a Hello Kitty themed boxing ring for us to fight in, as my gift to you.

    Prepare to be pummeled by my extremely considerate fury.

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  • XaquinXaquin Right behind you!Registered User regular
    Xaquin wrote: »
    I am just starting to feel not sick

    Thought I was going to die yesterday

    I love .... solid food. I can't wait to have some tomorrow

    update:

    The chips were good (small bag)
    The apple was good
    The yogurt .... was a mistake =/

  • StraightziStraightzi Here we may reign secure, and in my choice, To reign is worth ambition though in HellRegistered User regular
    Yogurt isn't solid! You betrayed your premise, and in return, your body betrayed you!

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  • XaquinXaquin Right behind you!Registered User regular
    It seemed like the correct course of action!

    probiotics? I guess? It had a picture of a dumbell and some kind of bacteria on the side! Strength! Germs for your gut!

    what could be better?!

  • PinfeldorfPinfeldorf Realtor Santa ClaritaRegistered User regular
    Xaquin wrote: »
    It seemed like the correct course of action!

    probiotics? I guess? It had a picture of a dumbell and some kind of bacteria on the side! Strength! Germs for your gut!

    what could be better?!

    Flowers, is what the thread has taught me. Eat flowers next time.

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  • OmnipotentBagelOmnipotentBagel Shell, Teeth, Eyes, Flame, Claws, Breath, Scales, FUN!Registered User regular
    Xaquin wrote: »
    It seemed like the correct course of action!

    probiotics? I guess? It had a picture of a dumbell and some kind of bacteria on the side! Strength! Germs for your gut!

    what could be better?!

    your reasoning was sound (if you've been sick you probably do need to build up your gastro-intestinal biome) but you may have been a bit too hasty in your application

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  • XaquinXaquin Right behind you!Registered User regular
    yeah, I'm not feeling so hot right now

  • bowenbowen How you doin'? Registered User regular
    Pinfeldorf wrote: »
    Xaquin wrote: »
    It seemed like the correct course of action!

    probiotics? I guess? It had a picture of a dumbell and some kind of bacteria on the side! Strength! Germs for your gut!

    what could be better?!

    Flowers, is what the thread has taught me. Eat flowers next time.

    a lot of flowers are edible

    dandelions, for instance, used to be part of salads back in the day

    Ladies.
    XaquinElvenshaesarukunLoisLane
  • StraightziStraightzi Here we may reign secure, and in my choice, To reign is worth ambition though in HellRegistered User regular
    Candied rose petals are delicious

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  • OmnipotentBagelOmnipotentBagel Shell, Teeth, Eyes, Flame, Claws, Breath, Scales, FUN!Registered User regular
    Pinfeldorf wrote: »
    Xaquin wrote: »
    It seemed like the correct course of action!

    probiotics? I guess? It had a picture of a dumbell and some kind of bacteria on the side! Strength! Germs for your gut!

    what could be better?!

    Flowers, is what the thread has taught me. Eat flowers next time.

    that's an old medical secret I learned from my dog. Eat flowers, throw up, you'll feel better

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    Erin The RedMcFodder
  • XaquinXaquin Right behind you!Registered User regular
    I put a dried rose bud in my garam masala

    sarukunLoisLane
  • ceresceres When the last moon is cast over the last star of morning And the future has past without even a last desperate warningRegistered User, Moderator mod
    Straightzi wrote: »
    Candied rose petals are delicious

    I've never had this but I love rose and want one now, how do I make this?

    And it seems like all is dying, and would leave the world to mourn
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