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Offline zombieslayer  
#16 Posted : Sunday, September 2, 2012 7:57:38 PM(UTC)
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What happened to the fat chick with the great hands that you were so enamored with?



My old masseuse? For one, she was married. For another, if you had a massage from her, you'd think differently. There are very few things in life more enjoyable than a real good massage.

I went out for a $170 dinner last night with the Mrs. and between that dinner (it was quite good, steaks you could cut with a butter knife) and a good massage, it would be a close call. I drank one of the better Bloody Mary's I've had so far and tried a drink of Cabana Cachaça for the first time and still, I miss that fat woman.

So tease all you want. I'm just sayin', if you had a massage from her...
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#17 Posted : Monday, September 3, 2012 3:31:00 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: vikesrule Go to Quoted Post
What happened to the fat chick with the great hands that you were so enamored with?




Shes probably hooked up with you
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#18 Posted : Monday, September 3, 2012 6:30:09 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: zombieslayer Go to Quoted Post
My old masseuse? For one, she was married. For another, if you had a massage from her, you'd think differently. There are very few things in life more enjoyable than a real good massage.

I went out for a $170 dinner last night with the Mrs. and between that dinner (it was quite good, steaks you could cut with a butter knife) and a good massage, it would be a close call. I drank one of the better Bloody Mary's I've had so far and tried a drink of Cabana Cachaça for the first time and still, I miss that fat woman.

So tease all you want. I'm just sayin', if you had a massage from her...


$170?? Did you get table head from six waitresses included?

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#19 Posted : Monday, September 3, 2012 8:20:46 AM(UTC)
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$170?? Did you get table head from six waitresses included?


It's difficult to get a decent steak under $40 a person. We had some pretty good discounts, and our steaks alone were still around $45 each. Then you add the sides and salads and that's another $30. Then the drinks are usually around $12 each.

$170 doesn't go very far in high end dining. And for the record, that's not even a Michelin Star restaurant. Once a place gets a Michelin Star, expect to spend at least $100 a person.

I think for cuisine, Wade knows twice as much as I do. He'd actually be the person to refer to.
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#20 Posted : Monday, September 3, 2012 10:25:15 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: zombieslayer Go to Quoted Post
It's difficult to get a decent steak under $40 a person. We had some pretty good discounts, and our steaks alone were still around $45 each. Then you add the sides and salads and that's another $30. Then the drinks are usually around $12 each.

$170 doesn't go very far in high end dining. And for the record, that's not even a Michelin Star restaurant. Once a place gets a Michelin Star, expect to spend at least $100 a person.

I think for cuisine, Wade knows twice as much as I do. He'd actually be the person to refer to.


I haven't ever had a high end steak. I cook my own, but that's about it and I don't know I'd call that high end. I think it'd be hard to drop $170 in Green Bay on a dinner for two. I think there's only a handful of places that might come close. Republic Chophouse, Wellington, Prime Quarter, Red Lobster or maybe Olive Garden. There's Viands and Victoria's too. Oh maybe ... crap I forget the name of it. Timberlodge Steak house I think it's called? They have expensive per plate meals too.

Expensive here being about $25-$30 per plate.

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#21 Posted : Monday, September 3, 2012 11:13:27 AM(UTC)
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You don't need a steak knife to cut a high end steak. You can cut it with a butter knife.

Also, the server will watch your initial cut of the steak. If it doesn't look right, he'll throw out the steak and bring you a new one. My first steak got tossed as it was not bloody enough. The cook overcooked it, which is a serious sin. The second one was perfect.
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