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    What's for dinner?

    Why is the forum asking me what is for dinner?

    Kym, have you been playing again?
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    Dinner for me would be an oven baked curry! Its cooking away in the Le Creuset cast iron pot right now.

    But re AP, yep as discussed in the thread mentioned above.
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    LOL, I saw the start of that thread a week or so ago, didn't realise things were escalating!!

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    Oh and... I'm having left over Lasagne!

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    now it says...

    "How about a nice hot chocolate, etherial?"

    Since you're offering YES PLEASE!!!

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    What's for dinner you ask - usually someone else's !!
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    well AP, since you asked, steak and salad!
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