Meals - 9/21/22

@LindaOHio (103658)
United States
September 22, 2022 3:24am CST
I hemmed and hawed and finally ordered a new printer last night. I was not able to clean the print head because the printer was locked up with the error message. Uninstalling and reinstalling the software wouldn't have worked for the same reason. I should receive the new printer by Friday. It was on a good sale with $70 off. Breakfast - None Lunch - Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, broccoli, pineapple and cranberry juice Dessert/Snack - Cinnamon muffin and decaf coffee Dinner - Raspberry yogurt What did you have to eat yesterday? Photo Credit: Pixabay
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@DaddyEvil (94596)
• United States
22 Sep
I hope you enjoy the new printer. Hmm... no breakfast, a peach and pork wontons for lunch and some chicken nuggets for supper. I hope you have a good day.
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@marlina (151416)
• Canada
22 Sep
No breakfast? I have to have my breakfast.
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@marlina (151416)
• Canada
22 Sep
@DaddyEvil , Got it!
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@DaddyEvil (94596)
• United States
22 Sep
@marlina I was tired and fell asleep before I ate breakfast. Then, didn't have time to eat until around 6 pm or so. That's my lunch time.
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@FourWalls (47183)
• United States
22 Sep
Chicken burrito at Tumbleweed for lunch, breakfast for dinner with that incredible seasoning that Coral recommended.
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@FourWalls (47183)
• United States
23 Sep
@LindaOHio — bah, I don’t even get a menu!!!! That’s the truth: my regular restaurants don’t even bother giving me one, and the waiters who know me go, “the usual?”
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@LindaOHio (103658)
• United States
22 Sep
At least you don't have to stare at the menu trying to decide...
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@LindaOHio (103658)
• United States
23 Sep
@FourWalls Do you get your mail there? :-)
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@Juliaacv (70125)
• Canada
22 Sep
I hope that the new printer has a long life. We don't use them as much as we did in the past do we? We had burgers and pork and beans for supper last night.
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@marlina (151416)
• Canada
22 Sep
Hope so too.
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@LindaOHio (103658)
• United States
22 Sep
@marlina Thanks so much.
@LindaOHio (103658)
• United States
22 Sep
We use our printer quite a bit, especially when I'm printing out pictures.
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@LadyDuck (408509)
• Switzerland
22 Sep
Most things are no more built to be repaired, you had a good deal with the new printer.
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@marlina (151416)
• Canada
22 Sep
Manufacturers use the cheapest way to make a product now, hoping that the owner will have to replace it soon.
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@LindaOHio (103658)
• United States
22 Sep
Yes. They are built to last about 7 years. I've had printers in the past that lasted more than 10 years.
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@LindaOHio (103658)
• United States
22 Sep
@marlina You are exactly correct.
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• United States
22 Sep
Getting a new printer sounds like the best option and a sale of $70 off is a plus. Yesterday we had meatballs and spaghetti for dinner
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@LindaOHio (103658)
• United States
22 Sep
Spaghetti is always good. The printer will be here by Friday!
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@Beestring (5667)
• Hong Kong
22 Sep
I had omelette with mushrooms, bell peppers and ham for lunch today. Will have fried salmon for dinner this evening.
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@marlina (151416)
• Canada
22 Sep
Sounds tasty
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@LindaOHio (103658)
• United States
22 Sep
Your omelette sounds good.
@marlina (151416)
• Canada
22 Sep
I hope your new printer will do the job well.
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@LindaOHio (103658)
• United States
22 Sep
Thanks, Marlina. I'm sure it will.
@wolfgirl569 (61136)
• Marion, Ohio
22 Sep
Sometimes it just easier to get a new one.
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@wolfgirl569 (61136)
• Marion, Ohio
23 Sep
@LindaOHio It can be. Depending on your ink cost it can be cheaper to buy a whole printer at time for that.
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@LindaOHio (103658)
• United States
23 Sep
@wolfgirl569 I just bought a bunch of ink for the old printer; but fortunately I can return it.
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@LindaOHio (103658)
• United States
22 Sep
Probably less expensive too.
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@RasmaSandra (57816)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
22 Sep
My usual combinations but this morning I made what I call egg pancakes, They are similar to the Chinese egg fo young, and I mix eggs, cheese, sausage, and olives, then whip them up and I have a special pan I fry them in so they are like little egg pancakes. You can mix anything with the eggs but have to have a special pan to make them in, I gave some to the cats and they went crazy.
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@LindaOHio (103658)
• United States
23 Sep
They sound good.
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@andriaperry (114763)
• Anniston, Alabama
22 Sep
Not much. My brother bought me a chicken meal. Half for dinner and half was breakfast.
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@thelme55 (76109)
• Germany
22 Sep
Your lunch was delicious. I had chocolate croissant for lunch today and rice with fish filet and salad this evening at 6 for dinner.
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@LindaOHio (103658)
• United States
22 Sep
A chocolate croissant sounds good!
@porwest (58441)
• United States
22 Sep
$70 is not a bad price for a printer, and best of all, you will save yourself some headaches. We had ham sandwiches with fried onions, tomato and Swiss cheese on toasted ciabatta buns with a side of macaroni and cheese.
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@LindaOHio (103658)
• United States
22 Sep
It was $70 off. Total with extended warranty was around $250. I got a good one that prints photos too.
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@porwest (58441)
• United States
23 Sep
@LindaOHio Oh. Still seems like a good deal.
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• Bosnia And Herzegovina
22 Sep
i guess that was a good purchase don't forget that the breakfast is the most important meal of the day i had dates for breakfast, spinach and pumpkin pie for lunch and nothing for dinner. snacks: few cookies, chips, teas and coffes.
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@LindaOHio (103658)
• United States
22 Sep
I usually don't have breakfast because our lunches are so big.
@LouAvul (1092)
22 Sep
I was bad. I ate two dozen Pringles.
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@LindaOHio (103658)
• United States
22 Sep
That's OK. At least you ate something. Are you feeling any better?
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@LindaOHio (103658)
• United States
23 Sep
@LouAvul Maybe you can snooze on the beach when you go to FL.
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@LouAvul (1092)
23 Sep
@LindaOHio I feel "okay" but I'm still very, very exhausted.
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• India
22 Sep
You skipped breakfast....? Or other just got missed... These days many are doing intermittent fasting.... Where they are skipping breakfast... That's why asking
@LindaOHio (103658)
• United States
22 Sep
I skip breakfast sometimes because our lunches are so big.
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@LindaOHio (103658)
• United States
23 Sep
@Sam_graphixer Thank you. You too.
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• India
23 Sep
@LindaOHio oh i see have a great day
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