• How to throw a suicide party?

    11 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why don't more smokers roll their own?

    Why don't more smokers roll their own?

    Best answer: Same reason people don't grow their own food. namely, it IS NOT the money
    Best answer: Same reason people don't grow their own food. namely, it IS NOT the money
    13 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is a good strategy when planning a menu for a restaurant?

    Best answer: That's typically how its done. The drinks an kids items. are usually sold at a loss
    Best answer: That's typically how its done. The drinks an kids items. are usually sold at a loss
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • 1950's dress up theme for a housewarming?

    My husband and I just moved in to a new home. I am planning a housewarming party and was considering doing a 1950's dress up theme. The guests are all in their mid to late 20's. I'm wondering if a theme is trying too hard. What is your opinion on a dress up theme housewarming? Would you rather go to an... show more
    My husband and I just moved in to a new home. I am planning a housewarming party and was considering doing a 1950's dress up theme. The guests are all in their mid to late 20's. I'm wondering if a theme is trying too hard. What is your opinion on a dress up theme housewarming? Would you rather go to an adult party with a theme, or not theme?
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • I am a tuba player and a dragon just swallowed me alive. What will my digestion be like now that I am stuck in here?
  • Do you think that owning 1,023 spoons is too many spoons for a person to own?

    Best answer: If you don't use them, it's a lot. You could use them. Take them out of your closet and rotate them, every now and then, in your primary utensil drawer. Or, if you don't want to, try selling them individually on ebay. Someone may be looking for those very spoons and you might profit from it. There must... show more
    Best answer: If you don't use them, it's a lot. You could use them. Take them out of your closet and rotate them, every now and then, in your primary utensil drawer. Or, if you don't want to, try selling them individually on ebay. Someone may be looking for those very spoons and you might profit from it. There must be a reason you bought them in the first place. If you are okay just keeping them around in a box, there's nothing wrong with that. They're your spoons to do with what you please. But if it bothers you they aren't being used, put them into circulation in your own house or resell them to people who will use them and-or otherwise appreciate them in the light of day.
    20 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Can two loaves of bread and a few fish feed thousands of people?

    Best answer: It was five loaves of bread and two fish and it fed 5,000 men and an unspecified number of women and children. Subway are working on it.
    Best answer: It was five loaves of bread and two fish and it fed 5,000 men and an unspecified number of women and children. Subway are working on it.
    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Where can I hire Put in Bay bachelor party strippers?

    Best answer: Samantharoxy. Com
    Best answer: Samantharoxy. Com
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • Where can I have my daughters birthday party?

    My daughter is turning 16 and we want to throw a party for her friends because she loves parties. However, our house is very small and wouldn’t accommodate her friends or a very good party :( Where can we plan this? If she was little I’d say Chuck E. Cheese but I’d like something a bit more grown up because that’s... show more
    My daughter is turning 16 and we want to throw a party for her friends because she loves parties. However, our house is very small and wouldn’t accommodate her friends or a very good party :( Where can we plan this? If she was little I’d say Chuck E. Cheese but I’d like something a bit more grown up because that’s what she’d want!
    15 answers · 1 month ago
  • What meat goes best with swiss cheese?

    17 answers · 1 month ago
  • Tips for hosting a low-key gathering?

    Am hosting a small, low-key gathering this summer with just some close friends- no more than 10 guests. I DREAD that it gets boring or people don’t enjoy themselves - it will probably be during the day and I have a big garden so would probably be spent out there. Any tips to make sure we enjoy ourselves? Anything... show more
    Am hosting a small, low-key gathering this summer with just some close friends- no more than 10 guests. I DREAD that it gets boring or people don’t enjoy themselves - it will probably be during the day and I have a big garden so would probably be spent out there. Any tips to make sure we enjoy ourselves? Anything is appreciated! If you have tips from past experiences that would be helpful too
    7 answers · 2 months ago
  • What goes well with avacado?

    Best answer: I'm not a fan myself, but theres a trend at the moment for seasoned crushed avocado on thick toast, topped with poached egg/s.
    Best answer: I'm not a fan myself, but theres a trend at the moment for seasoned crushed avocado on thick toast, topped with poached egg/s.
    23 answers · 2 months ago
  • Does adding baking soda to your tomatoes make it less acid?

    Best answer: If you are having troble eating tomatoes because of their acids, acids is what gives them their red color, and they like to grow in an acidic soil best.

    Please try the yellow, lemon, or sunny yellow variety of tomatoes. The yellow tomatoes have much less, nearly no acids in them. And they taste much the same.
    Best answer: If you are having troble eating tomatoes because of their acids, acids is what gives them their red color, and they like to grow in an acidic soil best.

    Please try the yellow, lemon, or sunny yellow variety of tomatoes. The yellow tomatoes have much less, nearly no acids in them. And they taste much the same.
    9 answers · 2 months ago
  • Have you ever tried a raspberry/rhubarb tart?

    Best answer: Yes, I have once.
    Best answer: Yes, I have once.
    11 answers · 2 months ago
  • What would you suggest to have on the menu for an engagement party ?

    The fiancée and I are having an engagement party and to save money, we decided to just make the food ourselves vs spend a ton of money on catering, we just can’t think of what exactly we should make ! Any ideas on what would be good to serve about 45 people and how much of it we should need as a rough estimate?
    The fiancée and I are having an engagement party and to save money, we decided to just make the food ourselves vs spend a ton of money on catering, we just can’t think of what exactly we should make ! Any ideas on what would be good to serve about 45 people and how much of it we should need as a rough estimate?
    9 answers · 2 months ago
  • What is your favourite home dinner meal?

    30 answers · 3 months ago