dlslith wrote:Fatdogmendoza wrote:Toxic32 wrote:You have a lot to say about what you eat...It's my guess that you are a big fat bastard( sorry I meant obeast) LOL
Wrong on all accounts....ask poooooot.....
lol, it's true
Anyways, good morning, guys. Here's the pumpkin cheesecake recipe. One thing, though. use 4 tbsp of butter for the crust, not the 5 I put in the recipe. The five makes the crust not really all-that "crusty." Four is the ticket.
And here's the garlic pasta. It's not mine, I stumbled upon it a while ago and it's now a family favorite. Warning: Your home WILL smell like garlic. My husband can smell it all the way outside when he gets home from work.
I wanted to hurry up and get them posted first thing in the morning before I forgot. lol
Poooooot wrote:dlslith wrote:Awesome Poooooot, Thanks
Jeebus that's a lot of O's. lolz
No problem! And yep. Six O's.
Osix...now there's a conspiracy
It's not about getting there, it's what you get out of the journey
hahaha Sorry to burst your bubbles, but the six was not planned, that's just how many I typed out when signing up.
Poooooot wrote:Resurrecting this old-as-dirt thread because I get asked this question a lot.
Poooooot (with six O's)
There is an episode of Spongebob where the Flying Dutchman is showing Spongebob all the different knots he can do. One of them was called the "poop loop." When he pulls it, the knot sings out "poooooooooooooop." It made me and my son laugh out loud like maniacs, and every once in a while I will pop my head into his room and say "poooooooooooooooop" (as sort of an inside joke).
I wanted to pay homage to that, but I sure-as-shit didn't want my name to be poop, so I changed it to poot. Fart jokes are just as funny, anyways.
Some people think that it (poooooot) has this deep meaning, when in actuality, it's a joke from a children's cartoon.
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