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  1. YOU can't motivate her to lose weight (longterm). A few things that can motivate a woman to lose weight... Unhappy in her marriage and/or with you Her girlfriends are smaller/more active than she is She is jealous of another woman She is tired of being depressed about shopping Getting ready for big event or summer SHE wants to be healthy and look better MOST of the reasons stem from her competing with OTHER WOMEN. But when a woman gets too comfortable in her situation, they can let themselves go. Why would they care to look hot??? They already landed a husband. Sort of like when guys get lazy and stop taking their wives out on dates or stop working out. Comfort can be a bad thing for some... and for others a reminder that their marriage is okay.
  2. Out of reach, or out of touch. I really don't know. Just a lost soul crawling through the shadows of my twisted reality.

  3. You can make Mexican Crockpot Chicken, as well. 2 cans cream of chicken soup 1 16 oz container of sour cream chiles to your taste 1 onion, cubed clove of garlic Saute garlic and onion in a tbsp or so of olive oil. stir in 2 cans of chicken soup, and the sour cream. Once it is all mixed together, toss that over about 5-6 chicken breasts. Cook on high for 2-3 hrs, low for 5
  4. A favorite at my house is Hawaiian Chicken. 5 chicken breasts 1 can pineapple chunks in juice 1 bottle of your favorite honey flavored bbq sauce 1/4 c. brown sugar 2-3 hrs on high 5 hrs on low After it is done, shred it and toss over sticky rice. I used to make a version of this in a wok on the stove, but with a little more ingredients. So, if you want to add some more yummy flavors, put a little olive oil in a skillet and saute 1 clove garlic, 1 bell pepper, and 1 small onion. I would, but my family would cry real tears.
  5. you have a face book page?

  6. Girl A+ , the best friend ive never met lol

  7. My chili seems VERY thick... I want to thin it out a bit, but don't want to ruin the flavor (it is amazing). Thoughts??? Here are a few ideas I thought of... Add another bottle of guinness, puree 4 tomatoes, or add more beef broth.
  8. Making a version of this today. I am using double stout guinness instead of an amber beer (creature of habit) and I looked high and low for the mexican chilies. Ended up with dehydrated chipotle chilies instead (is that a problem?). Also adding a bit of bell peppers and some freshed diced tomatoes. I slow cooked a 5 pound roast in beer and beef stock and slow cooked pork necks in a little red wine. For the pork, since I used guinness, I bought sweet italian sausage. I am entering a chili cookoff tomorrow. I will report back with the results.Interesting variations. Personally I am not a fan of chipotle but plenty of people love them and it should add a distinctive flavor. Just be aware that they do rate higher on the Scoville scale than New Mexico chilies so expect more heat from the finished product.How much higher? I want a little kick, but I don't want the heat to kill my chances of winning. I am a tad competitive when it comes to cooking and the men I am up against claim women can't cook chili. I plan to prove them wrong... My 20 minute chili consist of 3 different chili powders, white pepper, red pepper, black pepper, kosher salt, ground sirloin, sweet sausage, 3 pureed tomatoes, 1 guinness, onion, bell peppers, garlic, and tomato juice. I get very good reviews on that and it is way easy. I decided to up my game a tad and try something new... I hear good things about the meat on a pork neck, but I have to say they look kinda gross. lol
  9. Making a version of this today. I am using double stout guinness instead of an amber beer (creature of habit) and I looked high and low for the mexican chilies. Ended up with dehydrated chipotle chilies instead (is that a problem?). Also adding a bit of bell peppers and some freshed diced tomatoes. I slow cooked a 5 pound roast in beer and beef stock and slow cooked pork necks in a little red wine. For the pork, since I used guinness, I bought sweet italian sausage. I am entering a chili cookoff tomorrow. I will report back with the results.
  10. "When I get lonely these days, I think: So BE lonely. Learn your way around loneliness. Make a map of it. Sit with it, for once in your life. Welcome to the human experience. But never again use another person's body or emotions as a scratching post for your own unfulfilled yearnings."

    1. BustedKnuckles

      BustedKnuckles

      Much truth in this...being alone can be healthy sometimes

  11. Wonderful!! Congrats! I assume pics are forthcoming.
  12. Thank you, E10. I can't believe there are so many ffa babies on their way. FFA baby boom. lol
  13. Awww bless her heart. I am not sure, but if you have any specific questions, I am sure there are several dads that will be able to answer. I, too, have some knowledge in that area. I suggest starting a thread about it, as to not derail this one too much. It will be helpful for many members of this board. As you can see, lots of babies coming soon.
  14. Thank you and congrats again, Bentley!! I actually considered the name Bentley for a boy. But not Floppo? WTF?!
  15. Thank you and congrats again, Bentley!! I actually considered the name Bentley for a boy.