Not only that, but I gained four pounds in South Carolina.
To be honest, I preferred “Darlin’.”
Assuming that the weight increase can theoretically be blamed on Southern cooking exclusively (and, hopefully, not on alligator), four pounds is not the plunge into obesity that it might initially seem to be.
This fact aside, if I were you, I’d still get my tubby ass on a treadmill immediately.
“Darlin'” can be a very warm form of address. I’m just wondering when he’s using it. That could matter a great deal. 🙂
That fatty alligator will get you every time. Next time stick to rattlesnake, it’s much more slimming.
Does the alligator taste like chicken? That’s what they all say every exotic meat taste like. And is it legal to eat alligator in the US?
I still stand firmly on Darlin’ being cute as well as hot.
It is better than Florida’s “Dude” or “Dudette”.I threatened my boyfriend that I will not have sex with him AND that I will break up with him if he referred to me as “she’s my dudette”.
Thank your lucky stars that you’re being called Darlin’
Bulimia doesn’t just disappear south of the Mason-Dixon Line, Darlin’.
I too stand firmly on Darlin’ being cute as well as hot.
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