"Toad In A Hole" Toad in the hole or Sausage Toad is a traditional English / Scottish dish consisting of a sausage in Yorkshire pudding batter, usually served w/onion gravy and veggies. Ingredients: One Fat Pork Sausage. For
Not at all an insignificant find. Particularly the fact that Aboriginal people were grinding axes more than twenty thousand years before anyone else. The reason is that there is very little flint in Australia and it is on the other end of Australia.
Im not so sure he's going to make it.... resistance is mounting, and if he does many women are going to be rabid voters in Nov... "they'll have blood coming out of everywhere..." However.... "Mr Cluster F*@K" would pick someo
Hard to tell Mike... inflation is also UP... and we'll see how the tariffs turn out. If that sends the prices of many goods UP, so much for the increase in pay... they won't feel it. I still think it's too early bc things change so quickly with the
Originally Posted By: CelandineOriginally Posted By: Celandine Bird is a Noath Caolina Bird. Keep yore feathas dry, Candy. I'm happy to report that our Candy Bird is alive and well. She called me from her perch on the side of her mountain to tel
A young New York City woman was so depressed that she decided to end her life by throwing herself into the Hudson River. Just before she could throw herself from the bridge, a handsome young man stopped her. "You have so much to live for,"
Originally Posted By: Stumpy1Heheh! An oldie but a goodie! My mom told me that joke 40 years ago.. ..and it's still the funniest joke I know! originally, I'd heard it with a Fridge' but Pirate's version has a much better rhythm in the te
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