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Valentine's Day and 21st Wedding Anniversary Dinner with Mrs. Samurai

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Samurai Incarnate 15 February 2012 · 856 views
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I took Mrs. Samurai to the Inn at Pleasant Lake last night to celebrate both Valentine's Day and the 21st anniversary of our Greek Orthodox wedding (we had our pagan wedding two years prior-- we've been married for almost 23 years of pure bliss). :kiss:

The meal was a gourmet six-course affair at a flat rate of $72/seating. I have never had a meal like that! It began with a cocktail hour during which the chef and owner of the Inn came out and introduced the guests to the coming meal with mouth-watering detail. His funny and light-hearted description of the food got our stomachs grumbling in high gear. When we were seated and they brought out the first course, roasted duck breast, he right away exceeded all the expectations he just set up! And so the rest of the evening went. We were there for over three hours dining in a cozy and intimate atmosphere at a leisurely pace.

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If you're ever near the New London, NH, area, you need to experience dinner at the Inn at Pleasant Lake with someone special. :wub:


Lake Solitude with the Oz Man

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Hillstomping Update, Samurai Incarnate 11 February 2012 · 510 views

The ice looks sturdy, but looks can be deceiving...




Scrotum Scrubber Roundup


Here are a few of the scrotum scrubbers I've repaired in my distinguished career as an appliance repair professional. Personally, I don't use this type of appliance-- why have an appliance do something that a simple wash cloth will do? Saves money and energy and it's better for the environment. Honestly, I think our society's obsession with technology is unhealthy sometimes.

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The Poly Scrub
Has a more gentle scrubbing action than some of the others but may leave some skin behind and may not be as thorough.


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The Buffer
Attachment for a power drill for buffing, not technically a scrubber per se.


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Spike n' Dry
This is a unique one: it's designed for hard-to-reach scrotums (think obesity) and dries at the same time.


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Pine Scrub Attachment
This one leaves a nice piney scent when finished.


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Dremel Scrub Attachment
For use with your Dremel tool on very small scrotillia.


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Steel Bristle Scrubber
One of the industrial strength attachments.


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Industrial Strength Scrubber
When you really mean clean!


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The Ball Buster
When you don't care what's left when you're done scrubbing.


Red Neck Country Club on Otter Pond

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Samurai Incarnate 03 January 2012 · 669 views

Been enjoying some rare conditions on Otter Pond these past few days. It's been cold but not much snow. So Otter Pond has frozen over to into this enormous skating rink.

Checkout all the pics ==> here.














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