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Only for sluts, no? I totally mean Salt Lake, Utah women, though.
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This is an odd conversation.

Moving on, I am going to do some research on the TS now.

Have made up my mind about the city: SP it is!
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This dinner is so terrible Pasta with carrot and chickpeas. It wasall I had at home
I'm sure it's okay.

In our household, Sunday evening is always the worst meal. There's usually nothing left so we have to make do with something like fried eggs and toast.

Good job I'm with my dad this weekend, who is über organised and always has food in the house.
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Sunday dinner is the most important in many household here although not this one but usually I make something special.

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I'm sure it's okay.

In our household, Sunday evening is always the worst meal. There's usually nothing left so we have to make do with something like fried eggs and toast.

Good job I'm with my dad this weekend, who is über organised and always has food in the house.
Back at mom's place and even when it used to be mom and dad's place it was the exact same thing. No cooking on sunday evening!


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Here Sunday lunch is the important meal. Dinner is leftovers or toast
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We usually take Sunday lunch very seriously, then Sunday supper is just whatever we can find in the cupboard that is quick to make and not too taxing to prepare.
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When they said Sunday Dinner, it's not necessarily eaten at the evening.
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Back at mom's place and even when it used to be mom and dad's place it was the exact same thing. No cooking on sunday evening!




Here Sunday lunch is the important meal. Dinner is leftovers or toast
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We usually take Sunday lunch very seriously, then Sunday supper is just whatever we can find in the cupboard that is quick to make and not too taxing to prepare.
Usually the Sunday Dinner has so much leftover that not just food for the evening but Monday too
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Back at mom's place and even when it used to be mom and dad's place it was the exact same thing. No cooking on sunday evening!
Indeed, it's a very common thing, I believe.

One thing I have noticed is that papa tries really hard with his cooking, but he is not as good as my mother. However, he's improved loads since they divorced, which is no surprise.

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Here Sunday lunch is the important meal. Dinner is leftovers or toast
That is exactly what we do here. Ever we go out for Subday lunch or have a traditional Sunday roast at home, which is always a highlight of the week.
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When they said Sunday Dinner, it's not necessarily eaten at the evening.
Okay. I usually try to avoid using 'dinner' as it is a little ambiguous.

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Usually the Sunday Dinner has so much leftover that not just food for the evening but Monday too
If only we made too much.

I'm always complaining that there isn't enough food on the table for just the one meal.
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I can't watch it.

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watch it later on computer. It's worth it!
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I will turn on my PC now to watch it. It better be worth it, or I'll be mad at you!

And what's with the iPad hate?
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