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    I forgot about the most important SP comfort food EVER:

    Mother's Milk!

    I'm pretty sure a quick nursing with a cute Mommy would make me feel better no matter how hard of a day I'd had.
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    Gee, Halla. Puts a new twist on MILF.


    And I'm still lactating.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by aphrodite-gone-awry View Post
    Gee, Halla. Puts a new twist on MILF.
    There is nothing more inherently beautiful than Motherhood. To partake of Mother's milk is one of the most amazing privileges of Fatherhood. I loved it when my kids were not in the mood to nurse and Mommy needed relief


    Quote Originally Posted by aphrodite-gone-awry View Post
    And I'm still lactating.......
    ZOMG!
    Must...stop...driving...away...from...office...nee d...to...be...strong!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    I forgot about the most important SP comfort food EVER:

    Mother's Milk!

    I'm pretty sure a quick nursing with a cute Mommy would make me feel better no matter how hard of a day I'd had.
    :horor:

    Nooooooo!!!!! I HATE milk! especially if it's warm

    If only you were talking about the Red Hot Chili Pepper's album instead!
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    I love food. I'm happiest when eating, which is probably a bad thing. I like many things.

    My favourite is probably waffles covered in custard and assorted fresh fruit, from my favourite restaurant.

    Also:

    fruit (all, I think) and berries (especially blueberries and blackberries, if properly ripe)
    pecan butter tarts
    whipped cream (not the fake stuff)
    real potatoes cut into french fries (i.e. not the processed type)
    poutine made from those fries
    broccoli, green beans, asparagus and similar textured greens (really)
    pancakes and waffles but only with real syrup
    plain yogurt with good granola and fruit
    potatoes - fried, mashed, baked, etc
    sweet potatoes, 10000x more than real potatoes
    sushi (not really sashimi though, though it's edible)
    milk, and chocolate milk,, and hot chocolate, and mocha, and tea and coffee!
    fresh krispy kremes (regular), though i haven't had one in years (none in my city)
    pho and half-decent spring rolls
    and so on, and on, and on...

    I do like bacon (and eggs) but it wouldn't make it on my list of favourites, really. Sorry to ruin the theory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    :horor:

    Nooooooo!!!!! I HATE milk! especially if it's warm

    If only you were talking about the Red Hot Chili Pepper's album instead!
    No silly! he said MOTHER's MILK!!!!!!!!!!!!

    It makes muscles. :workout:

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    Quote Originally Posted by sLiPpY View Post
    No silly! he said MOTHER's MILK!!!!!!!!!!!!

    It makes muscles. :workout:
    Yeaaaahhhh!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    There is nothing more inherently beautiful than Motherhood. To partake of Mother's milk is one of the most amazing privileges of Fatherhood. I loved it when my kids were not in the mood to nurse and Mommy needed relief
    So, you're saying your wife expressed her milk and you used it your coffee?

    Or you're saying you drank straight from the jugs?


    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    I love food. I'm happiest when eating, which is probably a bad thing. I like many things....[snip]....I do like bacon (and eggs) but it wouldn't make it on my list of favourites, really. Sorry to ruin the theory.
    Randomnity is a party pooper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by countrygirl View Post
    So, you're saying your wife expressed her milk and you used it your coffee?

    Or you're saying you drank straight from the jugs?
    Both! DUUHHH?!?!?!



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