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Sixth Love Language Revealed To Be Tacos
May 5, 2022 19:39:35   #
Ginny_Dandy Loc: Pacific Northwest
 
Babylon Bee

WINSTON-SALEM, NC—Gary Chapman, the author of the best-selling Christian romance novel The 5 Love Languages, has just announced that a 6th love language has emerged: Tacos.
"I always knew a love language was missing. Acts of Service, Quality Time, Physical Touch, Recurring Gifts, and Words Of Affirmation just felt incomplete and left me with an insatiable hunger that could never be filled," said Gary Chapman. "That's when it hit me: what people need to feel loved is Tacos!"
Chapman continued, "It needed some additional meat to it (preferably seasoned ground beef or pork) with something special sprinkled on top and all wrapped up together in something tangible people could actually hold, and sink their teeth into. And that's when it hit me...TACOS!"
According to sources, Gary Chapman's new book The 6th Love Language details how couples can keep their love tank full by providing their loved one with delicious tacos. Many positive reviews have already flooded in with hundreds stating that their marriage has been saved thanks to tacos.
"Our marriage was on the rocks. We just couldn't seem to express our love for one another in the way that fills each other's 'love tank,'" said Ben Heinemeier and his wife Jennifer. "Sometimes your words, time, gifts, touch, and actions just aren't what people need. Instead, what they need is a tasty Mexican dish full of meat, cheese, and lettuce in a fried tortilla shell!"
At publishing time, Gary Chapman was rumored to be developing a brand new secret 7th love language: Pizza.
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Works for me!

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May 5, 2022 21:56:37   #
Peaver Bogart Loc: Montana
 
Ginny_Dandy wrote:
Babylon Bee

WINSTON-SALEM, NC—Gary Chapman, the author of the best-selling Christian romance novel The 5 Love Languages, has just announced that a 6th love language has emerged: Tacos.
"I always knew a love language was missing. Acts of Service, Quality Time, Physical Touch, Recurring Gifts, and Words Of Affirmation just felt incomplete and left me with an insatiable hunger that could never be filled," said Gary Chapman. "That's when it hit me: what people need to feel loved is Tacos!"
Chapman continued, "It needed some additional meat to it (preferably seasoned ground beef or pork) with something special sprinkled on top and all wrapped up together in something tangible people could actually hold, and sink their teeth into. And that's when it hit me...TACOS!"
According to sources, Gary Chapman's new book The 6th Love Language details how couples can keep their love tank full by providing their loved one with delicious tacos. Many positive reviews have already flooded in with hundreds stating that their marriage has been saved thanks to tacos.
"Our marriage was on the rocks. We just couldn't seem to express our love for one another in the way that fills each other's 'love tank,'" said Ben Heinemeier and his wife Jennifer. "Sometimes your words, time, gifts, touch, and actions just aren't what people need. Instead, what they need is a tasty Mexican dish full of meat, cheese, and lettuce in a fried tortilla shell!"
At publishing time, Gary Chapman was rumored to be developing a brand new secret 7th love language: Pizza.
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Works for me!
Babylon Bee br br WINSTON-SALEM, NC—Gary Chapman,... (show quote)


There's a saying/joke about tacos, but I'm not gonna tell it on here.

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May 5, 2022 23:35:33   #
Ginny_Dandy Loc: Pacific Northwest
 
Peaver Bogart wrote:
There's a saying/joke about tacos, but I'm not gonna tell it on here.


You better not or I'll wash your mouth out with soap! I love tacos!!

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May 9, 2022 22:29:24   #
iFrank Loc: San Antonio
 
Ginny_Dandy wrote:
You better not or I'll wash your mouth out with soap! I love tacos!!


Taco’s, Taco’s, Taco’s. Make with brisket, or carne guisada with cheese, Barbacoa tacos topped off with guacamole and salsa. To many combinations for those tacos. With soft flour tortillas or corn tortillas if your cutting back.

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May 9, 2022 23:27:26   #
Ginny_Dandy Loc: Pacific Northwest
 
iFrank wrote:
Taco’s, Taco’s, Taco’s. Make with brisket, or carne guisada with cheese, Barbacoa tacos topped off with guacamole and salsa. To many combinations for those tacos. With soft flour tortillas or corn tortillas if your cutting back.


👍👍👍 So many things you can do with tacos. I prefer the corn tortillas - not too crispy. Pico de gallo adds an extra spicy touch. Also good with carne asada. Guacamole and sour cream. I also top it with Sergento's 4 Mexican cheeses. Makes my mouth water just talking about it.

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May 10, 2022 06:58:06   #
iFrank Loc: San Antonio
 
Ginny_Dandy wrote:
👍👍👍 So many things you can do with tacos. I prefer the corn tortillas - not too crispy. Pico de gallo adds an extra spicy touch. Also good with carne asada. Guacamole and sour cream. I also top it with Sergento's 4 Mexican cheeses. Makes my mouth water just talking about it.


Yup thinking about it got my fingers typing, just had one this morning. Taco’s they’re not just for breakfast anymore. 👍

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May 10, 2022 16:41:44   #
Ginny_Dandy Loc: Pacific Northwest
 
iFrank wrote:
Yup thinking about it got my fingers typing, just had one this morning. Taco’s they’re not just for breakfast anymore. 👍


👍 A little different this morning. I had pot stickers & fried shrimp for breakfast.

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May 10, 2022 19:47:02   #
iFrank Loc: San Antonio
 
Ginny_Dandy wrote:
👍 A little different this morning. I had pot stickers & fried shrimp for breakfast.


Interesting on your choice, we here have more contemporary foods like pancakes or steak and eggs, Mexican chorizo and eggs with cheese. Lunch is normally rotisserie chicken or lamb shoulder chop. Dinner is often up for opinions as hamburgers or Sea Island seafood among other item. Every once in a while beans and rice with flour tortillas for a down to earth meal. Just me and my wife, right now getting ready to go in the convertible for a drive at the parks. 👍

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May 10, 2022 22:17:05   #
Ginny_Dandy Loc: Pacific Northwest
 
iFrank wrote:
Interesting on your choice, we here have more contemporary foods like pancakes or steak and eggs, Mexican chorizo and eggs with cheese. Lunch is normally rotisserie chicken or lamb shoulder chop. Dinner is often up for opinions as hamburgers or Sea Island seafood among other item. Every once in a while beans and rice with flour tortillas for a down to earth meal. Just me and my wife, right now getting ready to go in the convertible for a drive at the parks. 👍


I normally have cold cereal with a banana or waffles & bacon for breakfast.

Have you ever had refried beans for breakfast, lunch, and dinner? I have - when we went camping in Ensenada with my husband's Mexican co-worker. We worked it off playing soccer on the beach.

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May 10, 2022 22:44:51   #
Peaver Bogart Loc: Montana
 
Ginny_Dandy wrote:
I normally have cold cereal with a banana or waffles & bacon for breakfast.

Have you ever had refried beans for breakfast, lunch, and dinner? I have - when we went camping in Ensenada with my husband's Mexican co-worker. We worked it off playing soccer on the beach.


With all those beans, I guess you could really sound off.

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May 10, 2022 22:49:17   #
iFrank Loc: San Antonio
 
Ginny_Dandy wrote:
I normally have cold cereal with a banana or waffles & bacon for breakfast.

Have you ever had refried beans for breakfast, lunch, and dinner? I have - when we went camping in Ensenada with my husband's Mexican co-worker. We worked it off playing soccer on the beach.


Refried is not my favorite, health wise, but 3 meals of it, if you gotta you gotta. I’m glad you and yours can still go out and enjoy yourselves. Goodnight.

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May 10, 2022 22:54:44   #
Ginny_Dandy Loc: Pacific Northwest
 
iFrank wrote:
Refried is not my favorite, health wise, but 3 meals of it, if you gotta you gotta. I’m glad you and yours can still go out and enjoy yourselves. Goodnight.


We had other things to go with the beans. That was 40 years ago.

Hope you had a nice drive through the park. Goodnight.

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May 10, 2022 22:57:16   #
Ginny_Dandy Loc: Pacific Northwest
 
Peaver Bogart wrote:
With all those beans, I guess you could really sound off.
With all those beans, I guess you could really sou... (show quote)


Like the movie, we were making music around the bonfire. Not really - we worked most of it off playing volley ball. I said soccer before and I meant volley ball. Shame on me!!

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May 10, 2022 23:09:33   #
Peaver Bogart Loc: Montana
 
Ginny_Dandy wrote:
Like the movie, we were making music around the bonfire. Not really - we worked most of it off playing volley ball. I said soccer before and I meant volley ball. Shame on me!!


LOLOL, I hadn't thought about Blazing Saddles, but that was hysterical funny.

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May 10, 2022 23:22:07   #
Ginny_Dandy Loc: Pacific Northwest
 
Peaver Bogart wrote:
LOLOL, I hadn't thought about Blazing Saddles, but that was hysterical funny.


👍👍👍👍👍👍

Yea, I liked the other Mel Brooks movie about Frankenstein, too. I thought Blazing Saddles was a mite too uncouth.

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