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    Quote Originally Posted by tutusue View Post
    A pig out at The Counter. Pray for me!!!
    OINK.
    There. Done.


    Or....

    What was a pig doing at The Counter? Oh. You mean a pig-out at The Counter, not a pig out there.
    "Pig-out" is a compound adjective and therefore hyphenated, not two separate words.

    Should I shut up now?
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    That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.

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    Hot dog, popcorn and a cup of fruit punch from the Ward Theatre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LikaNui View Post
    [...]
    Oh. You mean a pig-out at The Counter, not a pig out there.
    "Pig-out" is a compound adjective and therefore hyphenated, not two separate words.

    Should I shut up now?
    Neglected-to-mention I also had a glass-of-wine with dinner...just enough of it to blur-my-concern about compound-adjectives!

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    BBQ Chicken plate lunch and a cup of Diet Coke from Yummy's Korean BBQ.

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    Muched on some leftover beef stew, some home made lau lau, some baked chicken wings with veggies.

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    Steak and other stuff from Dave & Busters.

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    Cheeseburger, fries and a cup of Mountain Dew from Bubba Gumps.

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    Chicken strips and a bottle of Diet Coke from Papa Johns.

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    Pizza slice, polish sausage and a cup of fruit punch from Costco.

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    homemade Eggs Benedict and a diet coke
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    SMILE!



    Side order hamburger patty with fried rice two days ago at Like Like Drive-In.

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    Default Re: What's for Dinner - Chapter 5

    Last night was spare ribs, corn on the cob, mashed potatoes and birthday cake.

    No, it was NOT my birthday, or any one in my family.

    Years ago a family lived next door to us: a father with 4 sons and a daughter. The second oldest son was a bit slow - low initiative and a quick trigger point combined with a "the world is against me" attitude. His father was initially a mean drunk, but he got religion and straightened his life out - the wife preferred drugs to church, and left.

    The newly-made dad was good and gentle, but firm with his kids, but they lost him when a city truck crossed the line on the corner at crouching lion and hit him head-on. The boy mentioned was the most affected, and he took his anger out on every inanimate object he could reach until we got him calmed down.

    The mom moved back in, but the state took the younger kids from her. As this child legally became an adult he hung around her and started sinking into crime, gambling and drugs under his mother's influence. We opened our hearts to the boy and did our best to direct him into a productive life. Yesterday was his 22nd birthday. He has been living homelessly - going place to place - and we have been helping as we could. Last night he got birthday cake, care, concern and even a bed for a night! Next week he's going to interview for Job Corps in an attempt to get his life on track.

    Pray for us, or send your good wishes; we need it.

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    What a selfless act of genuine care and concern, Kaonohi. Prayers for all concerned.

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    Blackend chicken pasta and a cup of water from Dave & Busters.

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    Chicken strips, cheese breadsticks and a bottle of Sprite from Papa Johns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tutusue View Post
    What a selfless act of genuine care and concern, Kaonohi. Prayers for all concerned.
    Thanks, sue. The kid vanished the night before the appointment.
    We offered dinner, shower, bed, transportation and representation at Job Corps on Tuesday (today) and on the way home on Monday afternoon he took off and didn't show up. We wait.

    Time for some tough love, I think.

    I don't want to see him end up a statistic.

    I also don't want to hijack this thread - I'll talk if someone can figure out a title and venue.

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    Polish sausage, pizza slice and a cup of fruit punch from Costco.

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    hi tonight we're having storebought tonkatsu with rice and tomorrow,we may have storebought fried chicken with rice and then on friday,we may have fried soba with vegetable's and it'll all be good.

    well thank's for your time

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    Pizza slices and a cup of fruit punch from Z Pizza.

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    Default Re: What's for Dinner - Chapter 5

    Pieces of sirloin (intended for stir fry) and whole baby okra simmering in the crock pot.

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    Mushroom and cheese burger with a cup of fruit punch from Ruby Tuesday.

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    Steak plate and a cup of Mountain Dew from Blazin Steaks at the Ala Moana Food Court.

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    Walnut shrimp, lettuce wraps and pineapple fried rice shared with a couple of friends at Little Village Noodle House in Chinatown. It was all really, really yum!

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    BBQ mix plate lunch with a bottle of Mountain Dew Typhoon from L&L Hawaiian BBQ.

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    Pizza slices, pasta salad and a cup of Mountain Dew from Sbarro.

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