Say your favorite food is caviar. If you were to be fed it all the three times a day, how long will it be before you beg to stop?
I don't eat caviar.
When I tried, it turned out that half a quart of black caviar for breakfast is enough to satisfy your craving for quite some time.
LOL I am sure it would be. For myself - 3 lobsters in a week satiated me for quite some time as well (have a pal gets me lobsters).Some things are best taken in moderation. .. Can't believe I just said that.
LOL I can't believe you said that either
OK, who is this really? And how did you get Mark's password?
As long as it would take to have a Sturgen slap you around the ears. If you could afford to consume caviar to that degree.. then you could afford to ensure that the fish doesn't become extinct as a result of human greed.
I hate caviar! I think, however, that I could eat lobster for a long, long time!Steamed lobster, grilled lobster, fried lobster, lobster thermidor, lobster Newburg, lobster rolls, lobster bisque, lobster salad, stuffed lobster, etc.
Give me some caviar. Better red and a piece of rye bread. I could eat it 3 times a day, no problem.
thx now I want lobster!!!
ugh... I hate caviar! In fact, there isn't a food in the world I'd eat more than once in a day... except dark chocolate of course!
I could eat raw bloody meat all day, but there is still a limit as to how much is really good for you though....Or so I'm told...
how very offensive coming from a harmless thing like you! Aren't you supposed to prefer a more palatable diet like nuts and berries or something....
Yeah, that's exactly what I meant. I eat tons of nuts and berries. I love them, and there is no limit to how much I love to eat them.
I've been eating chocolate most days for all my life and I'm not tired of it.... but no way on the fish eggs.... lol
I am getting old.
nah....blame it on the forums!
I'm constantly having the police remind me what the speed limit is.
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