Thread: Holiday post-workout cheer
12/06/2004 8:46pm, #11Originally Posted by VixenI would liken it to the boxing or the muay thai of internal kung fu, even though that's like calling apples the oranges of the apple world. --WalkOn
12/06/2004 9:39pm, #12
I eat a variety of mixed berries blended into smoothies.
And you're mentioning the wrong celebrity for seasonal. I'm of the Hanukkah Harry persuasion.
12/07/2004 3:40pm, #13
Don't make me lay a Maccdown on you, Yehudi boy! I'll beat you so hard you'll think you're the Seleucid Dynasty.
I'm sticking with cranberries: cheap and in season. Any berry which is edible by itself, gets eaten raw by the handful around me. I've been drinking them just about every day, and I'm so full of holiday cheer I'm downright rosy-cheeked.I would liken it to the boxing or the muay thai of internal kung fu, even though that's like calling apples the oranges of the apple world. --WalkOn
12/07/2004 8:14pm, #14
I just learned that I can't be a best man at your wedding!
12/07/2004 11:03pm, #15
My confusion is total.I would liken it to the boxing or the muay thai of internal kung fu, even though that's like calling apples the oranges of the apple world. --WalkOn
12/08/2004 7:29am, #16
I was just at a party and overheard some hook-nosed usurer talk about the decorum for a kike wedding.
12/08/2004 1:11pm, #17Originally Posted by tkdan28
Also: I agree, my liver doesn't.
12/08/2004 6:49pm, #18
Hey Xango, I had to sample out our Cranberry Bliss Bar at Starbucks today.
No one liked it.
I don't think it tastes particularly good either.
12/08/2004 8:03pm, #19Originally Posted by Geijhan
Seventh: If you think TKD doesn’t work, your right, until you get the side of you face smashed with a roundhouse kick. -- ronin69
- get used to the ride
- your time is not my time.... I need references... ronin any where near?, it is important
- give me something, area, skin exposure, something
- have you paid to join?... only the paid can apply
It's just that I carry weapons and have no moral compass anymore. -- JKDChick
At least until the Wing Chun clown car arrives. --JKDC
12/08/2004 8:49pm, #20Originally Posted by keinhaar
Considering my fiancee is Chinese, and most of my surviving family is Baptist (the Jewish side being rather small to begin with), kikish decorum is the least of my concerns in planning our wedding. A glass will probably be smashed, and a canopy provided; that's about as far as we've gotten.
However, we can worry about that once we've driven the accursed Hellenic Syrians from Jerusalem, where they are using our sacred Temple as a pig-sty! Viva la guerra!