View Full Version : The ever-changing topic thread

28th Nov 2002, 21:08
I would start a topic but it is just going change by the third post anyway. :rolleyes: :p :D

28th Nov 2002, 21:12
Nothing like nipping the problem right in the bud!http://www.click-smilie.de/sammlung/lachen/lachen002.gif

Now, what to talk about here.......? http://www.click-smilie.de/sammlung/sprachlos/sprachlos016.gif

29th Nov 2002, 05:05
Well you could talk about the infamous monkey bread. ;)

29th Nov 2002, 05:09
Monkey bread? Did I miss something here? http://www.click-smilie.de/sammlung/fragend/fragend009.gif :)

Edit: No problem that a little HotBot search can't solve. Ladies and gentlemen, I now present MONKEY BREAD (http://breadrecipe.com/az/MonkeyBread.asp)!! :D

29th Nov 2002, 07:03
dares not to look

29th Nov 2002, 09:06
Oh, go ahead, Defender. Take a look. It actually sounds pretty tasty, once you get past the name... :D

29th Nov 2002, 19:35
LOL, Runtime, I had forgotten about the Monkey bread. :D

BZ was the guy hooked on that thread. :eek:

30th Nov 2002, 02:12

30th Nov 2002, 02:28
I'll second that, Defender. :confused:

Evidently we both missed some fun at some long past point on the forums. :D

30th Nov 2002, 20:09
Wow, we talked about monkey bread for 5 posts! A NEW RECORD!!


1st Dec 2002, 00:32
'Bout time to change the subject then, I'd say. ;) :D

1st Dec 2002, 17:04
well. we have a problem then. If the topic is "topic changing posts" and we change topics in this post...

then, technically, we're on the same topic :)

1st Dec 2002, 22:13
Ok, how about this?

Do you prefer ice cream shakes or malts?:D

I like a little malt, myself.;)

Yes, I'm a nutcase--and proud of it!:p

2nd Dec 2002, 03:39
I dont get/use/have milk products... im lactose-intolerant. :(

2nd Dec 2002, 06:08
Alrighty then, let's change that subject quick! :eek: :o

Wait a minute. Don't they have pills for lactose intolerance so that it's not as much of a problem?

3rd Dec 2002, 01:11
They do, but im not your average patient :)

I cant have aspirin (have no clue why)
I'm alergic to Penecilin and Sulfa Groups (great deal of antibiotics ruled out right there)
I'm on an anticoagulant that reacts with everything under the sun... :)

3rd Dec 2002, 07:26
Jeez, I guess all that does sort of limit your options. Guess it's time to rephrase the question...

OK, so what's your favorite dessert?:D

4th Dec 2002, 01:38
Chocolate cake :) or a chocolate sundae. em. sundea? sunday? oh. wait. that last one is the day of the week.

damn it! I never stopped to look at how its spelled!!! :mad:

Im not a guy that has deserts like normal people. I rarely eat candy and sweets.

The cake incident that i had when i came out of the hospital was a real shocker for my family :D

did i tell u that story? :( my memory is so bad. my brain could use more ram :D

4th Dec 2002, 07:44
Bet you can guess my favorite dessert.


Originally posted by mrdefender
did i tell u that story?

Not that I recall. Do tell... :)

my memory is so bad. my brain could use more ram :D

Couldn't we all? :o :D

4th Dec 2002, 18:00
after my 2 week admission (I started Prednosone, a steroid in the 2 weeks) I had a craving for chocolate. My parents were shocked, to say the least. So they got a 7 chocolate cake (7 types in 1 cake... not 7 cakes of 1 type..)

I ate most of it to myself. (well. not in a day, more like over a period of a week).

Prednosone, also known as the pregancy pill (well. for the hospital anyways) has alot of side-effects.

Similar to the "side-effects" or "symptoms" of Pregnancy.

It gives you hunger, makes u retain water (i.e gain weight), wierd cravings (for me, chocolate), rash/ "zits" (the colorful term), makes u swell up, morning sickness, naesea and puke.

Basicly, its like being pregnant (thats what my mom said)

5th Dec 2002, 07:59
:eek: Gad, that sounds terrible, all those side effects! :eek:

I guess a 7 chocolate cake would take care of cravings for awhile, though. Sounds like a whoooole lot of chocolate or a massive stomach ache to me.:eek: ;) :D

5th Dec 2002, 22:47
Nah. Well. Its not like it wouldve been different if i didnt (or ate less) of that cake.

I just started chemo back then so it took my body lots of time so i wouldve been sick either way :)

6th Dec 2002, 09:00

Still sounds pretty nasty.

6th Dec 2002, 19:02
It came with the cure. Which would u choose ? :D

7th Dec 2002, 09:24
Very true! :)

7th Dec 2002, 17:52
:) You see my delima :D

actually, I said I was gonna fight it in the middle of the sentence the doctor was gonna ask me.


Doctor: You have 2 choices, you can --
Me: Fighting it.
Doctor: -- fight it ... ok.

I guess they ask you (cause they need consent) and I guess some people can think its to risky. Like if you have a brain tumor... Chances are like what? 10% you'll live? Some people could decide to live life at its fullest or some people want to gamble on it.

I'd probobly gamble on it. If something does happen during surgery, its not like you'd live if u didnt take the surgery... So u got nothing to loose (well... time... but.. u know..)

7th Dec 2002, 23:46
Also very true...

A chance is worth the try, I guess.

8th Dec 2002, 01:04
The person who said/invented the saying "It never hurts to try" didnt have cancer :D

8th Dec 2002, 02:33
Probably not...:o

8th Dec 2002, 03:13

8th Dec 2002, 06:01
Then again, if you can still smile after going through something like that, more power to ya!:)

8th Dec 2002, 20:53

im just glad its over. eugh. it was a long 2 years.

and the Hodgkins one is a 6month treatment. But i had to have the non-hodgkins one. :(

Add another 18 months to it :)

9th Dec 2002, 00:20
But you made it! Big grins and thumbs up on that one!

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9th Dec 2002, 06:07
wow. those are cool. is it one pic or 3? (hand left, hand right, face)

9th Dec 2002, 07:20
Just one pic...


Multiplied by 7.:D

9th Dec 2002, 16:29
ah. :)

doh! I shouldve been able to figgure it out. ur allowed a maximum of 7 pics in a post (including sig) :)

Some detective I turned out to be ;)

10th Dec 2002, 11:48
Well, they do look a little confusing when they're side by side like that, so it's understandable.:)

10th Dec 2002, 19:54
Well. Even Data doesnt know everything like logically stuff.

Look at how well he did with the finger trap :) (the first ST episode with Ferengi, but not the first in the "Star Trek world"... Enterprise featured ferengi but this is after TNG.. but enterprise takes place before TOS (and, obviously, TNG) so its the first ferengi in the "startrek world" )

11th Dec 2002, 09:00
You mean the Chinese finger puzzle thingy--or am I thinking of the wrong episode...?:o

I still get a bit of a laugh out of how much the Ferengi changed from what they were like in Next Generation to what they were like in DS9. :)

11th Dec 2002, 21:40
yah. its the puzzle. I thought it was a trap (cause u get stuck). :)

12th Dec 2002, 08:14
LOL I used to have a bunch of those little things. That is pretty nifty how they work--either that or I'm awed by simple things. :o :D

12th Dec 2002, 21:02
I hope u know someone who knows how to solve it.

Last thing one needs is to go to work with an active finger trap :D

13th Dec 2002, 07:48
Or five of them! That'd really be tough to find your way out of.

13th Dec 2002, 17:37
5 what? people or finger traps?

14th Dec 2002, 07:03
Five traps. One for each finger. Then you're really stuck! :eek:

14th Dec 2002, 17:06
lol. id bet :)

That would be a pain to figgure out.

But the only way I can think of (cause thats what picard did), u need your fingers to get out of the puzzle/trap.