Meat… Po-Tay-Toes

That’s what my husband says when he’s excited about a manly dinner. “Meat… Po-Tay-Toes…Yah” in this crazy-low hyper-masculine voice.

I should post pictures of our house here soon! I just need to take some and make sure they’re good ones. haha.

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    Oct 19, 2007 @ 17:06:38

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  5. Meagan
    Aug 29, 2007 @ 14:47:03

    Those pretty dishes almost look like your handiwork, but I don’t remember seeing them in your apartment. Where’d they come from?

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  6. admin
    Aug 29, 2007 @ 16:13:59

    Toryn, my guy only says it that way when he’s joking and being silly… but that’s funny about yours!

    Meagan, those dishes were made by The Guy’s Mom as a wedding gift. I’m not a potter at all!

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  7. Toryn
    Aug 29, 2007 @ 05:37:18

    That’s funny how your wrote out “Po-Tay-Toes” because that’s how my boyfriend always pronounces it, with each syllable clearly ennunciated. I asked him why he says it that way. He’s from the country, and he said that if he doesn’t say it like that, it comes out “taters.” :-)

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