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2023.05.30 05:52 CryptoRegio ¿Por qué a las mujeres les da pena que un hombre vea que comen mucho?
Salí con dos amigas, una de ellas es una garrocha de 1.80 pero flaquiiiita, mi otra amiga me platicó que es bien tragona y que una vez se comió dos hamburguesas del Carl's Jr.
Fuimos a un restaurante de espadas brasileñas y la garrocha nomás comió como 3 cortesitos chiquitos y ya, bien poquito.
Después mi otra amiga me comentó que ella le contó que le daba vergüenza pedir más cortes o agarrar más de la barra de ensaladas y yo así de ¿xD?
Me ha pasado con otras amigas, aunque las invite comen bien poquito pero cuando andan entre ellas se la pasan en buffets y así y una hasta se comió una pizza ella sola
¿Por qué les da pena que uno sepa que tragan un chingo? No o le veo nada de malo
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2023.05.30 04:32 mrspwins MSC Meraviglia - NYC - May 7-14 Review
Hello! My husband and I went on our first-ever cruise on the MSC Meraviglia earlier this month and it just occurred to me that it might be nice to post a review. Since the biggest questions I see people ask about with MSC are "how is the food?" and "why do people hate the food?" I thought I'd do a food review. Obviously I can't compare it with any of the other cruise lines, but we like to eat out and are willing to spend money on a great meal so that's what I am comparing it to. We've eaten at Michelin starred restaurants and typically avoid chains but on a normal day we're making spaghetti with meat sauce or dumping frozen garlic chicken pasta into a pot like the average American.
Before I get started with this, I need to note that I have been dealing with a health issue that makes me constantly somewhat queasy and have little appetite. While I've lost a bunch of weight I do not recommend this method. However, some days I feel better than others, and I had a couple of good days on the trip, enough to try a couple of specialty restaurants, but not enough to try everywhere I wanted to.
So MSC food is *different*. It's like when you go to Europe and the food isn't really unfamiliar, but you don't find the stuff you're used to eating. They don't really have fried food, they didn't seem to have bags of chips or candy. On days I didn't feel well, I ordered a chicken sandwich from room service. It came on thin-sliced white bread with no crusts, with sliced roasted chicken (not deli slices), tomato, and darker greens. The potato chips were hand-sliced potatoes and tasted like potatoes pan-fried with a little salt. There was a small side-salad too, again with darker greens, not iceberg or romaine, dressed with a little vinagrette. I got chocolate-chip cookies for dessert, and they were crisp and the size you'd get making them at home, not the giant size you usually get here. And it was all delicious! Hopefully that helps to clarify what I mean by "different".
My husband ate at Kaito Sushi by himself, and I joined him at Butcher's Cut and Ocean Cay specialty restaurants. He said the sushi was good, not spectacular, but at least as good or better than we get in our Midwestern city (which has a well-respected food scene). He liked it enough to eat there twice. At Butcher's Cut, I had bone marrow with parsley sauce for an appetizer, filet mignon and crispy fries for the entrée, and lava cake with vanilla ice cream for dessert. The steak was done perfectly medium-rare, per my request. I didn't try the sauces on the steak because it didn't need them. The scoop of ice cream with the lava cake was small but rich and creamy. Best, though, were the fries. OMG the fries were the most amazing thing I have ever tasted! I cannot express how much I loved them. Steak fries, perfectly crisp and lightly salty with almost a caramelized crust on the outside, perfectly soft and almost melty on the inside. If I could only eat those fries for the rest of my life, I would die happy. This was as good a meal as we would get at a higher-end steakhouse, and definitely worth buying the package.
At Ocean Cay, I had the crackling fennel salad (very good, and a large portion), the roasted lobster tail with bourbon vanilla cream and pureed carrots (very surprising and delicious flavors, not sure that I would have roasted lobster again) and crème brulée (large portion, very rich, so much that I couldn't finish it though I sure tried). I tried my husband's crab cakes - they were tender and seasoned fine for me but he thought they were a bit bland. His tuna steak was good, though. The waitstaff there were particularly attentive and helpful. Worth it with the package, though I got the lobster off the regular menu.
We are not drinkers so did not get an alcohol package. I got a glass of wine with supper at both specialty restaurants, but there were surprisingly few choices by the glass. They were both nice wines but I would have liked a few more options. BTW, there are AA meetings ("Friends of Bill W") every evening in the "library" - more a corner with some bookshelves - in case you need them.
We only ate in the main dining room once for supper. I would say it's like eating at a mid-range restaurant, maybe like a local chain. Not the best meal ever, but far from the worst. This is where you're most likely to find food that is closer to a typical American restaurant - they had meatloaf and potatoes as one option the night we went. Again, the staff is fantastic and are happy to give you more cheese or pepper or leave off the sauce, etc.
We ordered continental breakfast every day but one (it was free with our Fantastica experience). Pain au chocolate every morning, with fresh fruit! The only bad part was that I couldn't get a diet coke delivered with it - my husband ran up to the buffet to get some for me every morning. He said his coffee was great, though, plus he got big bottles of Sanpellegrino all day, so he was happy. We tried eggs and bacon one morning, but it wasn't that great. I had pain au chocolate with a little peanut butter and fruit the rest of the time and was quite content.
The buffet was big and very busy whenever I went to it. They had multiple stations for the more popular items, but I don't think everyone realized that. The pizza was, in fact, very good, but again it is not much like American pizza. The slices were large but had thin, flexible crusts that were not greasy and did not have tons of cheese or tomato sauce. There were pepperoni slices when I was there, but also white pizza and different kinds of veggie slices. The one closest to plain cheese was either pepperoni or one that had small slices of zucchini scattered on it that would be easy to pick off if you didn't want them. If you have a picky person in your party that intends to rely on pizza for their meals, please reconsider - it really isn't even like the Neapolitan pizza I've had here. They didn't have peanut butter out anywhere but they had it available. They had a grill section for burgers and hot dogs (I didn't get a close look, so not sure what else might be there but I didn't see chicken nuggets). They had lots of salad fixings and pasta salad and fruit and a rotisserie chicken station. A wide variety of tasty bread and rolls and real butter. Desserts were usually small - two bites - pieces of cake in different flavors, not necessarily plain chocolate or vanilla.
The chocolate place served an absolutely divine hot chocolate with whipped cream, and the gelato was stellar, but they are extra. Budget for them, both in cash and calories.
My husband gained two pounds even though he mostly lounged around and he ate constantly. I'm sure it's possible to gain a lot more but the smaller portion sizes and dearth of heavy sauces and fried food definitely helped. Neither of us felt deprived at all.
So TL;DR: MDR food was fine, specialty restaurants better and worth the package prices, but picky eaters or fried-food lovers may not be happy with food options.
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2023.05.30 03:09 TheTrenchesoftheUSA Ik this not Philly public schools 💔🥲
2023.05.30 03:04 moistbrisket17 Things to do May 30th-June 4th
Join the Fort Worth discord to connect w/other folks in FW, chat & check out different meet ups: https://discord.com/invite/9KUdWdQVdJ
Thought this post would be the first w/o the PSA, but need to include it again: If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.
[Tuesday May 30th]
Pickleball Clinic 8:30-10:30 a.m. Chisholm Trail Community Center Free Learn the rules and the basics of playing pickleball.
Free Yoga Burnett Park 5:30-6:15PM bring your own mat
Silent Book Club 6:30-8PM Hotel Dryce free Silent Book Club
Geeks Who Drink T&P Tavern 7:30PM
Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night University Pub FW 8-10PM
Dallas Sports & Entertainment Career Fair 3-5 p.m. College Park Center $30-$44 Learn about open positions and internships with the Wings, Mavericks, Rangers + other sports teams around the metroplex.
Trig44 presents Trig Tuesday ft. Dalton Torres, Taylor Ochs, Matt Gumley Tulips FW doors 7, show 8PM
[Wednesday May 31st]
Nature Hike 10-11:30 a.m. Nature Center, 9601 Fossil Ridge Rd. $5 Take in the beauty of the Texas countryside during this morning hike surrounded by blooming flowers.
Lunchtime Music Series Burnett Park 12-1PM Grab your lunch & enjoy the beautiful weather paired w/local artists
We Run Wednesday’s The trailhead at clearfork 6:30-8PM
Fort Worth Film Club May Signature Screening: Lucas before Luke The Stage West Theatre 7-10:30PM
No Pressure w/ Koyo, Illusion, & Fleshwater Tulips No Pressure, Koyo, Illusion, Fleshwater Tulips FW 7PM
Tekken 7 weekly meet 6-11PM, 21+ after 8PM Electric Starship Arcade $10 for the night/ $20 monthly pass Can bring your own wired controllefight stick or they’ll have some for public use If enough people, casual tournament bracket @ 9
BettySoo and Pat Byrne The Post at River East 8PM An intimate acoustic performance $20+
[Thursday Jun 1st]
Happy HouCrazy Crowler Sale 4-9PM Salsa Dance Lessons 7-8PM Neutral Ground Brewing Company
Erick Willis LIVE Rusty Nickel IceHouse 6PM $10+
Summer Menu Tasting Taste Community Restaurant 6-8PM
Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s Concerts in the Garden Festival Gates open 6:30 p.m. start 8:30 p.m. Grab your picnic baskets & enjoy Preservation Hall Jazz Band
Greater Tuna Downtown Cowtown at the Isis June 1-3 8PM 2-man comedy show
Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night HopFusion Ale Works 8-10PM
Crimson Wine Tasting at Neighbor’s House Grocery complimentary wine tasting for sipping & shopping. Guests get to try 4 different wines from Napa’s Crimson Wine Group Drop by anytime 4:30-6:30 pm
[Friday Jun 2nd]
First Fri-YAY All day Fort Worth Bike Sharing Stations Free Explore the city on wheels with a free bike rental courtesy of Fort Worth Bike Sharing and the Blue Zones Project — promo code “92020APP.”
Kimbell Happy Hour Kimbell Art Museum’s weekend happy hour 5-7 pm beverages & bites w/live music by the Allegro Guitar Society.
National Donut Day TX Whiskey 6 p.m. a donut + cocktail pairing, burgers, live music, on-site engraving, & a donut hole bar $35
FWSO’s Concerts in the Gardenl Gates open 6:30 p.m. start 8:30 p.m. Grab your picnic baskets & enjoy symphony sounds Radio Highway Performs the Music of the Eagles *The orchestra does not perform on this concert.
Locals Only Hip Hop Haltom Theater 7-11PM
Live Music on the Plaza, Sundance Square 7-10PM every Fri-Sun
Dial Up - A 90's Party Experience Dial Up Tulips FW 8PM $15
Rhett Miller Tannahill's Tavern & Music Hall 8PM $44+
D.L. Hughley Arlington Improv Jun 2-4 times vary
That Texas Meskin Tour - THAT MEXICAN OT Ridglea Theater $40+
Special E.D w\ Dude-Man & MORE Doors 7:00pm, Start 8:00pm Lola's Fort Worth
[Saturday Jun 3rd]
Drag with Me! The Show: Brunch Located upstairs at The Red Goose Saloon the ONLY interactive Drag Show of its kind: 2 audience members will be selected each show to be transformed into a Drag Queen themselves, lip sync battle, & win their very own Drag with Me! Crown! Ticket price inc Meal & Show! 18+
FWSO’s Concerts in the Gardenl Gates open 6:30 p.m. start 8:30 p.m. Chicago Nights featuring Jason Scheff
Zumba Sundance Square Plaza 9:45am - 11:00am
Goat Yoga Bedford! Generations Park at Boyd Ranch 10-11AM $20+
Catalina Canned Wine Mixer Truck Yard Alliance 12PM themed after the 2008 hit movie Step Brothers. Wear your best tuxedo t-shirt for a wine tasting, photo ops, food trucks, and a Step Brothers cover band. Admission is free, but a $15 wine tasting is offered from 7-9 pm, featuring six wine samples and a souvenir glass filled with frose. Costume contests will be held at 5 pm & 10 pm.
Random Direction artist pop up 1-6PM Love Sammy's chef popup 2-7PM Neutral Ground Brewing Company
CyberPunk w/ APT 75 + P!xel Ampersand 5:15-9PM
Miracle Nights Allmo$t Music US Tour Fort Worth Ridglea Theater 6PM
Ill Nino with Through Fire, Dropout Kings and more The Rail Club Live 6:30PM
WOODEYE (One Night Only) w/ Brave Little Howl + Vacation Dad Lola's 8PM $15
FANCY: Queens of Country Party - 21+ Tulips FW 10PM $15+
WOODEYE (One Night Only) w / Brave Little Howl + Vacation Dad Doors 7:00pm, Start 8:00pm Lola's Fort Worth
[Sunday June 4th]
Panther Island Beer Yoga Panther Island Brewing 10:30AM $20
Sunday Supper Club: Courtney Patton and Bri Bagwell The Post at River East 6PM $25+
The Damn Quails Fort Brewery & Pizza 7PM $10
FW Symphony Orchestra’s Concerts in the Gardenl Gates open 6:30 p.m. start 8:30 p.m. Grab your picnic baskets & enjoy symphony sounds Classical Mystery Tour: A Tribute to the Beatles**The orchestra does not perform on this concert
Summer Afternoon Tea at Indulge Enjoy three courses inc chicken tarragon sandwiches, roasted vegetable phyllo cups, and street corn crostinis, scones with clotted cream and jam, cream puffs, madeleines, and shortbread cookies. Tea choices inc black or herbal blend. The tea service is $65 & begins at 2 pm.
Riders of the Purple Sage Hip Pocket Theatre until June 11 Fridays-Sundays 9PM $10+ Featuring action, adventure, & romance in the wide open spaces, it’s a classic Western of the silent film era
“Lives of the Gods” until Sept. 3 Kimbell Art Museum $14+ Explore the divinity of Mayan art at this exhibition of nearly 100 rarely seen masterpieces & discoveries
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2023.05.30 02:17 Still_Speaker9132 Can this seriously be real? Won't someone think of the tacos??
2023.05.30 01:58 Previous-Cat-9688 “Mexican people food”
2023.05.30 01:20 DarthLegitName Explain in NBA terms
2023.05.30 00:39 momoryah “Mexican people food”
2023.05.30 00:31 SubstantialDemand259 “Mexican People Food” LAMO
2023.05.30 00:21 clerbird321 Idk if this belongs here but I didn’t know where else to share😂 Just let your kids have some Mac & cheese bro😭
2023.05.30 00:16 FinalSneak “Mexican people food”
2023.05.29 22:40 Comfortable-Might-35 Times you went "What just happened"
There's always those times where something snaps in the DM, when this happens there's bound to be some sort of... Interesting encounter.
I'll start first
So my party was inside of a town that we've been staying at for a while, eventually the party comes to the conclusion that we want to try some authentic dwarven tavern. While looking around we finally stumble into a tavern made purely of stone. Obviously we head inside, and this is where things get weird
Our DM describes the inside, in certain areas of this tavern it's described as being completely dark. Of course we all know what comes next, I state I have darkvision
"You still don't see anything"
"Oh, so it's like magical? I'll cast a quick detect magic"
"It's not magical, it's just too dark for dark vision"
So there we are. In a tavern surrounded by pockets of ADVANCED DARKNESS. Eventually we hear a woman's voice from one of these pockets of darkness who says she's a worker here, these pockets of darkness are for the Duergar patrons. She seats us at our table, and then our server comes out to greet us... And oh boy was he an absolute lad
"The Dwarven server comes out where a pair of overalls large boots and an iron Viking helmet"
"Oh, like how does he look?"
"He has orange hair and is in the shape of a perfect cube"
"In the shape of a wha.."
"A perfect cube, 6 completely flat sides and sharp corners"
I've heard alot of weird descriptions before, put a perfect cube takes first place easily. We then look over the menu, and we find a pizza. Which we laugh about there just being a pizza in this world so we order it along with some drinks. The pizza and drinks arrive and it's all normal... Until a few minutes after we eat it. It turns out the CUBE DWARF spiked our food with MAGIC
For myself I explode into a cloud of smoke and my clothes go flying around the bar, our dragonbrorn goes into a complete hallucinogenic coma where he makes a deal with a devil and our elf... Just gets actually poisoned and falls to 0 HP. We're then thrown out of the bar as the dwarves laugh at us.
The campaign after that was... Completely normal. Fighting bandits, the undead and dragons. Just your absolutely generic DnD campaign. While later returning to the village we found that the entire dwarven tavern was gone. To this day I've asked the DM what that was and he just laughs at me and changes the subject.
I now avoid any type of Dwarven establishments.
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2023.05.29 22:39 zeffer111 Product/Ingredient Pricing Plugin Help!
Another product plugin question!
I have a flower shop with an online woo store currently using variable products for the different sizes of flower arrangements (like standard/deluxe/premium). This had quite a few shortcoming when it comes to inventory control and pricing.
What I would like to implement online is basically recipe pricing. A simple analogy to how the products should work is similar to selling pizzas. For simplicity "Pepperoni Pizza" is the product there are three sizes available each size contains ingredients with quantities. The product page and checkout should not display the quantities contained.
A sample product is a
Small 1 oz cheese 1 oz pepperoni
Medium 2 oz cheese 2 oz pepperoni
Large 3 oz cheese 3 oz pepperoni
What is the best way to set this up in woo?
I want to be able to adjust the 1oz cheese price or pepperoni price and every pizza on the menu including pepperoni is updated dynamically. As a benefit, every "pick" order would have the ingredients/quantity listed. It would also tell me how much cheese I sold per day... etc.
I would love some help as I'm totally stuck. Thanks!
Even help with pointing me to a good forum would be appreciated.
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2023.05.29 16:18 MaskedForGas All my crind is being used, such a busy day omg (joke, as there are only 3 multi-pumps)
2023.05.29 15:52 sprungy Things to do: May 29 - June 4
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2023.05.29 14:33 UsernameGenerik KFC and Pizza Hut now offer Menu Rahmah
2023.05.29 06:33 discoveroklahomawine Oklahoma Grape Wine Pairings For Spring Meals
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As the cold winter days are left behind, the vibrancy and newness of the Oklahoma spring season quickly take its place. Changing up your menu is a great way to bring in the excitement of the new season. As such, as delicious spring meals have begun to make an appearance, it is the perfect time to discover Oklahoma wines
to make the perfect food pairing. Delicious Wines For Spring Favorites
Winter brings rich, heavy ingredients to the table. However, the attitude completely shifts in spring, with both spirits and meals becoming more fresh and light. From fresh vegetables and fruits to light meats and tasty herbs, there is an Oklahoma grape wine
to match. Sauvignon Blanc
Sauvignon Blanc is an excellent choice for many spring meals because of its bright acidity and wonderful “green” flavors like grass, bell pepper, and jalapeno. This herbaceous white wine is an excellent match for herb-driven dishes with thyme, dill, chives, or rosemary. If Sauvignon Blanc is one of your top choices, try pairing it with lighter dishes like delicious asparagus risotto or grilled chicken breasts with a seasoned vegetable medley on the side. Pinot Noir
Red wines aren’t only for the winter. Pinot Noir is a light-bodied, red wine that is rich with fruit flavors like cherry and raspberry, as well as earthy flavors such as clove and mushrooms. Because of their smoother tannins, these Oklahoma wines
complement grilled salmon well. Likewise, Pinot Noir’s acidity pairs well with tomato flavors, making it a perfect match for homemade veggie pizza. Pinot Grigio
Pinot Grigio is another great white wine for spring, with zesty flavors of peach, cantaloupe, lemon, and green apple. This light, easy-to-drink Oklahoma grape wine
is excellent with lighter meals with white meats, seafood, fresh vegetables, and leafy greens. Because Pinot Grigio has a bright acidity, it is a perfect choice for many seafood dishes, such as shrimp scampi with lemon. Likewise, a fresh spring salad with tangy vinaigrette dressing is another classic pairing with Pinot Grigio. Rosé
Offering itself as a flavorful choice, Rosé wines are a perfect reflection of the sweetness of spring. Rosé Oklahoma wines
have sweet flavors of strawberry, watermelon, citrus, and rose petals. For lighter Rosé selections, it is best paired with lighter options such as fresh spring salads with your favorite ingredients. A fuller-bodied Rosé wine is great for barbecues, as well as soft cheeses and cured meats from charcuterie boards. Find The Perfect Local Wine For Spring
With the spring season comes growth, vibrant colors, and fresh foods to try with local wines. If you are on a hunt to discover Oklahoma wines
this spring, look no further than the experts at the Oklahoma Grape Industry Council. Our mission
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2023.05.29 06:14 justuraveragehuman94 Dinner 5/28
OOC: sorry for posting this so late, I've been really busy lately.
Pizza (your character's choice of toppings)
Mac and cheese
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2023.05.29 03:53 thanaianthe how will i memorize everything as a new restaurant worker?
Hi, I (22F) am about to be employed as a restau worker in either first/second week of June and I am nervous af. I said I am an efficient and fast learner but now that the time is approaching, I am panicking.
For BOH, how do I memorize the ingredients lets say for a pizza.. the restau I am gonna work at is a pizza restau so theres a lot of kinds of pizza. how will i memorize the ingredients for a specific pizza in a short amount of time? will i ever do it?
For FOH, how do i differentiate table numbers? like people just often choose their seats.
Im sorry if I sound ridiculous. This is my very first job in my whole life so I am really nervous and panicky.
[EDIT]: Thank u so much to the people that responded!! you guys have helped tremendously and rest assured, I will really be doing my best to do my part (learn the menu, ask, etc).
Also, to those that pointed out how I spelled restaurant as "restau", I apologize deeply. It's a normal slang or way to call restaurants in my country as 'restau' and I've seen other posts before calling restaurants as 'restau' so I thought it would be understood with no issues. Again, I am deeply sorry for any confusion and trouble I have caused.
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2023.05.29 03:31 DataSittingAlone Yummy 😋
2023.05.29 03:28 PAAMcolibri Streak #30 Rencontre avec amies
Il y a deux mois que mon mari et moi ne avons pas rencontré avec notre amies. Aujourd'hui, nous tous avons rencontré un parc sur centre ville. La bas, nous avons acheté quelques produits pendant nous avons marché autour le parc. Aussi, nous avons bu du café et mangé quatre "empanadas". A la fin de la journée, mon mari et moi avons invité notre amies à notre maison pour manger Pizza et jouer à des Joux de société comme UNO.
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