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Peanut Butter Fingers
February 29, 2012
11:46 am
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HLB***h
Feline Porklord
Meows: 1396
Snarking Since:
November 20, 2011

Dream_Site said

And why is she always orange in her pictures???? I've wondered this for quite a while and was reminded of it when the Oompa Loompa picture was posted on here the other day.

I think she cranks up the saturation on her photo editor.

February 29, 2012
11:48 am
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thejudge
Kitten
Meows: 4
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October 14, 2011

Dream_Site said

And why is she always orange in her pictures???? I've wondered this for quite a while and was reminded of it when the Oompa Loompa picture was posted on here the other day.

She has said before that she just uses the "Auto Enhance" option on Windows Live Writer, which apparently also means "Oompa Loompify"

March 1, 2012
7:35 pm
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I would confidently bet $1000 that her milkshake was made of protein powder and water NOT ice cream…YEAH RIGHTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

March 1, 2012
9:06 pm
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wacktoseintolerant
Hamcat
Meows: 120
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January 12, 2012

I really enjoyed how the book introduced me to writers I’ve admired for years as friends of the Hemingways. Reading about F. Scott Fitzgerald, the author of The Great Gatsby (my favorite “assigned reading” book from high school), was interesting and fun, as I haven’t done much research into his personal life. “Knowing” the secondary characters in the book really added to the story, especially when I started to become increasingly frustrated with Hadley.

I enjoyed reading about Ernest’s writing habits and his dedication to his writing, though his endearing passion for writing seemed to morph into a craft tainted with ego as the book progressed. I also found myself questioning Hadley, her way of life and her decisions with greater fervor during the second half of the book. I began to think she was meek and should stand her ground with greater intensity and not put up with Ernest’s games and his inevitable infidelity.

As a whole, I enjoyed the book and thought it was a quick, easy read. It also sparked my interest in the lives of the authors discussed in the book and I quickly found myself researching and reading more and more about the personal lives of the prominent writers discussed in The Paris Wife.

 

Hey guys, I think she enjoyed the book. 

March 1, 2012
9:18 pm
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Frodo

Girl cannot write. I know this isn't exactly earth shattering news. She is always using a passive voice and the same cutesy terms when describing her food.  It's like reading a 12 year old's diary. I don't know why it drives me so crazy but seeing as writing is a major part of her job, I just can't!

March 1, 2012
9:58 pm
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HLB***h
Feline Porklord
Meows: 1396
Snarking Since:
November 20, 2011

wacktoseintolerant said

I really enjoyed how the book introduced me to writers I’ve admired for years as friends of the Hemingways. Reading about F. Scott Fitzgerald, the author of The Great Gatsby (my favorite “assigned reading” book from high school), was interesting and fun, as I haven’t done much research into his personal life. “Knowing” the secondary characters in the book really added to the story, especially when I started to become increasingly frustrated with Hadley.

I enjoyed reading about Ernest’s writing habits and his dedication to his writing, though his endearing passion for writing seemed to morph into a craft tainted with ego as the book progressed. I also found myself questioning Hadley, her way of life and her decisions with greater fervor during the second half of the book. I began to think she was meek and should stand her ground with greater intensity and not put up with Ernest’s games and his inevitable infidelity.

As a whole, I enjoyed the book and thought it was a quick, easy read. It also sparked my interest in the lives of the authors discussed in the book and I quickly found myself researching and reading more and more about the personal lives of the prominent writers discussed in The Paris Wife.

 

Hey guys, I think she enjoyed the book. 

really? i didn't get that at all! ;)

March 1, 2012
9:59 pm
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sily

I would be starving if I only ate 2 chicken thighs, a veggie and half a bagel thin for dinner. Chicken thighs are TINY and mostly fat too. I wonder what Ryan though of his appetizer, ummm I mean dinner. She also didn't mention if the recipe was any good.

March 1, 2012
10:05 pm
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HLB***h
Feline Porklord
Meows: 1396
Snarking Since:
November 20, 2011

sily said

I would be starving if I only ate 2 chicken thighs, a veggie and half a bagel thin for dinner. Chicken thighs are TINY and mostly fat too. I wonder what Ryan though of his appetizer, ummm I mean dinner. She also didn't mention if the recipe was any good.

i think that ryan eats two servings of dinner while she eats one serving. but even so, that's not a lot of food.

March 2, 2012
9:05 am
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Eating Shrimp from 2013 and Still Standing
Hamprince of Meowtonia
Meows: 7249
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September 23, 2011

mclovin said

I would confidently bet $1000 that her milkshake was made of protein powder and water NOT ice cream…YEAH RIGHTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

Ha!  You read my mind. 

No way this b***h eats full fat ice cream.  That was purely a photo op.

March 2, 2012
9:10 am
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RIP in PEACE
Feline Porklord
Meows: 3108
Snarking Since:
September 27, 2011

JudgementalSnarker said

mclovin said

I would confidently bet $1000 that her milkshake was made of protein powder and water NOT ice cream…YEAH RIGHTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

Ha!  You read my mind. 

No way this b***h eats full fat ice cream.  That was purely a photo op.

ETA: nm, I thought this was the CCK thread.

March 2, 2012
9:22 am
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SnarkBite
Hamcat
Meows: 155
Snarking Since:
February 23, 2012

HLB***h said

wacktoseintolerant said

I really enjoyed how the book introduced me to writers I’ve admired for years as friends of the Hemingways. Reading about F. Scott Fitzgerald, the author of The Great Gatsby (my favorite “assigned reading” book from high school), was interesting and fun, as I haven’t done much research into his personal life. “Knowing” the secondary characters in the book really added to the story, especially when I started to become increasingly frustrated with Hadley.

I enjoyed reading about Ernest’s writing habits and his dedication to his writing, though his endearing passion for writing seemed to morph into a craft tainted with ego as the book progressed. I also found myself questioning Hadley, her way of life and her decisions with greater fervor during the second half of the book. I began to think she was meek and should stand her ground with greater intensity and not put up with Ernest’s games and his inevitable infidelity.

As a whole, I enjoyed the book and thought it was a quick, easy read. It also sparked my interest in the lives of the authors discussed in the book and I quickly found myself researching and reading more and more about the personal lives of the prominent writers discussed in The Paris Wife.

 

Hey guys, I think she enjoyed the book. 

really? i didn't get that at all! ;)

I also loved how she worded, "his endearing passion for writing seemed to morph into a craft tainted with ego"  when I feel like THAT'S BLOGGING IN A NUTSHELL. (And I say this as a blogger.)

March 2, 2012
2:06 pm
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HLB***h
Feline Porklord
Meows: 1396
Snarking Since:
November 20, 2011

at the end of today's post: "Now I feel ready to tackle the day!"

tackle the day, really? all you do all day is tweet lululemon and "develop recipes" 

March 2, 2012
3:42 pm
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Irene
Feline Porklord
Meows: 1236
Snarking Since:
September 24, 2011

JudgementalSnarker said

mclovin said

I would confidently bet $1000 that her milkshake was made of protein powder and water NOT ice cream…YEAH RIGHTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

Ha!  You read my mind. 

No way this b***h eats full fat ice cream.  That was purely a photo op.

And her wrap today was a 100 calorie flatout wrap.  



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