1. All you can eat shrimp from Red Lobster
2. T-Bone steak w/baked potato
3. Chicken Cordon Blue, Mama makes it!
4. Almond Crusted Grouper
5. Alaskan Snow Crab Legs
6. Real Greek Gyro
7. Chicken Cesar Salad from the Outback
8. Chicken Pad Thai with Chicken Satay
9. Hooters 911 Buffalo Shrimp
10. Hibachi Chicken/ Filet Mignon / Shrimp Japanese steakhouse
These are my selections of what I’d love for dinner tonight. Of course Hooters 911 Chicken Sandwich sound awesome as well.
1. I’m Happily married (21+) but still love the “Eye Candy” – oh yea!
2. I’m happy with my life!
3. I’m a sex addict I think, better than drugs or alcohol
4. I live in the sunny state of Florida
5. I ride a Harley?
6. I love my kids, all 4 of them
7. I love to go new places
8. My hobbies include; motorcycling, photography,internet, porn, and sex.
9. I an old military guy. BIG RED ONE
10. I really don’t give a shit what people think about me.
This is the Carolina Reaper, hottest pepper in the world at 2.2 million SHU. I’ve seen 1 pepper cut into 10 pieces light up their world. It smoked them.
The uses for paracord are almost endless.
Here are a few….
- As fishing line (inner threads)
- Make an anchor for a boat
- To help build a pulley system
- For traps and snares
- As shoelaces
- To replace a broken bra strap
- To tie up a sleeping bag, or keep rolled items in place
- As a clothesline
- To help secure tents
- To create a tripwire
- For sewing (inner strands)
- Can be used to secure a splint
- To secure a tarp
- To tie down a load in a truck
- As makeshift handcuffs
- Pet leash or collar
- Throw a safety line to someone who has fallen through ice
- Use as a fuse
- To suspend food from the ground while camping
- To tie down broken lids or pack covers
- Make a net for fishing
- Can be used to make a hammock
- Wrap and weave around hands for emergency gloves
- To help spread an animal for field dressing
- Tie to large stick and pull someone out of a river
- Wrap a knife handle
- Use as a watch strap
- Use as a Belt or Suspenders
- Security Perimeter
- Directional Signals (signs)
And there are so many more.
Why do people always ask stupid questions. Is it a way to start a conversation or are they just stupid.
I’m standing there with a Coke Cola in my hand
They ask, are you having a coke?
I have all my bags and keys in my hand.
They ask, Are you leaving?
I’m reading a book.
They ask, Are you reading?
You get the point, but WTF? Why?
I try my best NOT to do this to other people unless I’m just aggravating them. When someone does that I instantly what to give back a smartass answer. Like I’m eating a piece of pecan pie. They ask, are you eating pie? My response is, “does it look like I’m eating a pile of shit? Do you fucking know what pie looks like? What do you really think I’m eating? But I’m too polite and answer, “Oh yes, and it’s very good”, or some bullshit like that.
I think people just constantly ask stupid questions so now it has become an accepted practice. Who know just don’t ask me. LOL
Hobo Willie is here to rock everyone’s world. Him and Jetro, who’ve you’ve not met is going on some adventures.
10. When it’s cold and no women are in bathing suits.
9. All the freakin’ work that goes along with it.
8. Camping People – some are real scary!
6. I hate how smoke seems to follow you from the fire.
5. The “Camping Host” who take their job a little to serious… you know who you are!
4. The Geek Families… they set around and play on Ipads and have an air conditioned camper.
3. Getting up in the middle of the night and having to walk to the bathroom.
2. The noise from the generators, doors slamming, yelling, etc.
1. No Sex when kids are sleeping in the same tent.
- Eat at home
- A/C – 78 degrees
- Ride bike or motorcycle
- Turn out lights
- Warm Showers under 7 minutes
- Energy bulbs
- Hang out laudry
- Eat less – do you really need all that food?
- Plant Garden
- Borrow and trade movies
- Use Bathroom when out – LOL
- Pool Timer
2-3 lb. ground beef
2 – 15oz cans of chili beans
1 tbsp. butter
Brown Beef in butter in Dutch open oven. Add beans and cook slowly 15 minutes in covered oven. Serves 8
3 lbs beef, cubed
1 tsp salt
2 tbsp. Cooking Oil
1 can mushroom soup
Brown beef in the cooking oil in the open oven; add salt and con of soup. Place lid on Dutch oven and cook over low fire 1 hour; add water if needed. Serves 8
- Add some chopped carrots or onions
- Use vegetable soup instead of mushroom soup
- Use 1 can soup and 1 small can or corn