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post #961 of 2151 (permalink) Old 05-02-2012, 03:35 PM Thread Starter
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Quite recently, DK surreptitiously transported herself across state lines to pick up some of these.

Riddle: what do these, plus the odd leftover aquarium heater and air pump create?? Liam??

Hmmmmmmmmmm.


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Holding bin for incoming water adjusted to proper tank temp that 3.0 draws from....or a 1 person homemade Jacuzzi....

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Oh, and, Liam: DK's having MUCH more trouble with this addiction, than with silicates. She has a serious problem...


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Lol, I have a roasted seaweed problem as well.

I also have some of those food grade water barrels!
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Donna:Is the addiction YOUR consumption, or for the shimplets? I have some ROASTED seaweed here, comes in a bundle of three pkgs of 5 grams per pkg, $1.50CDN/bundle @ one of the markets in Chinatown. Very good salty, crunchy, mmmmm

BTW: I sure hope you didn't pay anywhere close to what graingers wants for those barrels, usually see them on CL or kijiji for $20-25 ea!! (less if you buy many)

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Holding bin for incoming water adjusted to proper tank temp that 3.0 draws from....or a 1 person homemade Jacuzzi....
Oh, man, you're good! Yes... a hillbilly hot tub! And here I thought my riddle would be good for a least a day's entertainment...

Actually, DK is going to use one, sans heater and air, to make DKMSJ concentrate, so she can make it once a month instead of once a week, 'cause automation has made DK lazy(er).

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Lol, I have a roasted seaweed problem as well.

I also have some of those food grade water barrels!
These had Smucker's apple puree in them... you should smell them! Mmmmmmm!

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Donna:Is the addiction YOUR consumption, or for the shimplets? I have some ROASTED seaweed here, comes in a bundle of three pkgs of 5 grams per pkg, $1.50CDN/bundle @ one of the markets in Chinatown. Very good salty, crunchy, mmmmm

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Oh, yeah, my own addiction. DK is UNABLE to eat only one package of these at a time. And then, Costco started carrying them in the jumbo packs... not good, for addicts...

Picture Sesame Street's Cookie monster... that is DK on seaweed.


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Apple puree? I thought for sure it was what your mermaids were shipped in
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Apple puree? I thought for sure it was what your mermaids were shipped in
Well, didja ever consider that maybe Mermaids love apple puree? One idea is not necessarily exclusive of another... lateral thinking at work here...

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I did consider that, but then I remembered that mermaids, in fact, are disgusted by our terrestrial fruits. Your roasted laver, however, is in more danger than you know!
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Mermaids were cooked apple puree. But shrimpier and more disgusting and decomposed.
Reattempt in the summer.

I'm very interested in one person hillbilly hot tub. Yeehaw!
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Oh yeah...?


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I'm keeping my roast nori in the safe!
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Lol, no fair, you can't roll the bathtub into the kitchen! It's a house rule!
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Lol, no fair, you can't roll the bathtub into the kitchen! It's a house rule!

Rule?? What is this word, "rule?"

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