Thursday, February 23, 2012

Deadly words used by Women

This is SO, SO TRUE!
1. FINE: This is the word women us to end an argument when she knows she is right and you need to shut-up.


2. NOTHING: means something and you need to be worried.


3. GO AHEAD: This is a dare, not permission, don't do it.


4. WHATEVER: A woman's way of saying screw you.


5. THAT'S OKAY: She is thinking long & hard on how and when you will pay for your mistake.


BONUS WORD - WOW! This is not a compliment. She is amazed that one person can be so stupid.

Hey ladies, tell me you never use any of the above words!! I got to confess that I have used every single one and the two that I use very often are No.2 and 4! LOL! It will be interesting to know what is yours.

Guys, do you get the drill now?  The smart ones who do get it will probably get delicious roast vegetables from their woman (like these below), whereas those who don't, might just get roasted themselves!  OUCH!! LOL!
(I am woman, hear me roar!)

Roasted Vegetables




Ingredients:
1 green capsicum
1/2 butternut squash, sliced
1 medium sweet potato, wedged
1 medium onion, cut into six portion
1 medium carrot, chunked
1 medium beet root, chunked
1 head garlic
1 sprig of sage
1 tbsp olive oil
1 tsp cumin
salt and black pepper to taste

Method:
Make an aluminium foil paper cup in the center of a roasting pan. Put the green capsicum on it. Place all other vegetables around it and add olive oil cumin, salt and black pepper. mix well. Preheat oven at 220 degrees C or 450 degrees F and roast for 20 - 25 mins. Remove foil paper cup and green capsicum and remove skin and seeds. Slice capsicum and place onto serving plate together with all other roasted vegetables and serve with freshly bake crusty bread.

64 comments:

  1. Deliciously WOW for your roasted veggies hahaha As usual your post made me laugh out loud ;D :D :D

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    1. Hey, your WOW is a bonus word? Thanks a lot! hahahaha

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  2. Hahahaa I have to admit I do use 1,2 and 4 pretty often, esp when I'm fuming but trying not to show it hahahaha!And your roasted veggies are so colorful.

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  3. I use 1 2 and 4 quite often, too much it seems,
    those vegies look wonderful, delicous.

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  4. food and wisdom! Thank you

    Aloha from Waikiki
    Comfort Spiral

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    1. Thank you for always leaving your encouraging words. XOXO

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  5. I have another deadly terms "Excuse me".

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    1. Hey, thanks, I will include that in mine. hehe

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  6. I have used them all, lol :) I agree with Sheoh...excuse me is another one. The roasted veggies look scrumptious!

    Have a marvelous evening :)

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    1. Mari, don't tell your man you learn this from Quay Po's blog, he might discourage you to visit here often. LOL!

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  7. The most expert term i use is...NOTHING! LoL

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    1. Yes, my Quay Lo hates that the most when he asked me what's wrong and I say, "NOTHING". He said, "‎"Nuthin" is like saying: "I've set a timer on a bomb but I'm not telling you when it will go off." to which the men's only available strategy is a full retreat. LOL!

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  8. Besides having used 1, 2 and 4, I'd like to add some more words; 'Care to repeat that?' and when there's no words at all it means 'Ya done did it!'

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  9. Yerr... I get those 5 words plus the bonus word all the time. Die lah I! :P

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  10. Wakakaka! I used all the above, all the time.
    But I don't think my man understands it (or maybe he's playing dumb), because I feel that he's "challenging" my patient in return >.<

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    1. He sure understood, not maybe, he is playing dumb. LOL!

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  11. Being twice married and twice divorced i've heard of all them and some that are r-rated. The roasted vegies look mouth watering indeed :-).

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    1. So now you know? You mean you did not before? LOL!

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    2. Nod nod..... Too simple minded....... Lol
      Never think deeply

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  13. I use 2 and 5 very often, plus " What Do You Want? " also. Aiyoh....

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    1. Oh, I use that term before when I am really piss.

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  14. haha.....so true. I like to use No.4

    Din know vege can be roasted !

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    1. Whatever is the most powerful word of the five. It is lethal! hahaha

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  15. 3, 4 & Bonus is my forte! hahaha

    I love roast vegetables & would douse mine with a drizzled of balsamic, olive oil & basil with a little garlic! :0)

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    1. You want to change my recipe?? Go Ahead, WOW! hahaha

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  16. omg...i did use every terms here...just like you, mostly use No. 2 and 4...give me five! haha...

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  17. mine is "Lei joong yee la"... the closest translatation will be no.4 gua.

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    1. That's a more polite way of saying "Whatever":D

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  18. Keke..I've used all before. The most often ones are no. 1,2 and 4. Then I will add 'yalah, yalah, yalah' or 'say again?' :D I also didn't know that veges can be roasted. Looks colourful and healthy..:)

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    1. Yalah, yalah, veges can be roasted, should I say it again? kekeke

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  19. Every single one of them! And substitute the bonus word for "Amazing"! And one other ... "Really", with one eyebrow raised.

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    1. I have tried for years to make one eyebrow raised but failed! I wish I could do that, must take lesson from you. You are AMAZING!, REALLY!

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  20. "Nothing" is right one for me... when i say that, it means something is going on...

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    1. Yalah, My Quay Lo is right, NOTHING means SOMETHING. hehe

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  21. OMG! I used no. 4 almost everyday!! Plus no. 1 & 5!! LOL! BTW your lovely roasted veges look great. Having great fun reading your blog ! :)

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    1. You have fund reading my blog? REALLY? (I learned this from term from Ping but I could not get one of my eyebrow raised lah.) hehehe

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  22. Mmmmm...guess we are all guilty at one time or another lol! Healthy meal you've got there, would love to try some! rarely have roast vegetables around here:)

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    1. Don't feel guilty my dear. We are WOMAN, we ROAR!

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  23. Hahaha! I've seen this one & it's hilarious but so true! Gosh, your veg looks so colourful, dear!

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  24. Women are so complicated, how can we ever understand that as a man. The next thing they say is: you never listen to me.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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    1. Don't try to understand WOMAN, accept that we are from Venus and men from Mars. Sometimes all they want is to have you listen to what they say, they don't need you to understand. hahaha

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  25. Hahahaha...Hilarious, so true, and am guilty of every word mentioned!:p
    I am sure every woman here laughs at this post;)
    But seriously, your roasted vegetables looks awesome, like WOW (now this word, when used for a woman, or a food blogger nevertheless, means an actual compliment;)!
    So, Go ahead and keep up the good work :D

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    1. Oh my dear Christy, WOW! thanks for the compliment. I suppose the "Go ahead" is for me not for a man. LOL!

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  26. LOl this is totally hilarious! did you do that whoopie poster??

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    1. No lah, I did not do the poster. I saw it one day when I was surfing the net and thought this is something I should share with my readers and have some fun:D

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  27. i used to say #1 and #4 most often. others, rarely i do. hahas! that's female nature eh?

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    1. Yes my dear, that is the female thing for sure!

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  28. i seldom say " go ahead" becos after i say all the ' nothing!' , 'fine!', 'whatever!', you think the guy would still dare to ask and go ahead?? LOL!!

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    1. hahaha, I am not a guy, so Go ahead! kekeke

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  29. Hi Quay Po!

    LOL! This is so so true! I think all the men should be directed to and forced to read this post. I think they'd finally understand us crazy women a lot better after. Haha.
    Those veggies are looking delicious. Such a beautiful colours, and healthy too. Glad you included beet root, that's one of my faves. Hope you are doing well! Your mom's food on Facebook always makes me so hungry. Take care and big hugs!

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    1. What a delight to see your comment again! Miss you! We are all doing fine here. Thanks for asking. You too take care and Hugs.

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  30. What an interesting topic, Veron. "Nothing" is mostly used in my younger age...meaning something, off coz! haha... But now, it's a different thing. Now "Nothing" meaning that there's nothing more important than what we're doing now. So, just move on and forget about what had happened. You will live longer! haha....
    Have a great weekend, dear.
    Kristy

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    1. That is true Wisdom! But for me, even I am this old, my "NOTHING' still means "SOMETHING" lah LOL!

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  31. Yes I find myself using a few of those words, but I hear it more often from my teenage daughter. Yes, us women have our own way of communicating don't we? Hehe!

    I love roasted vegetables and your plate looks amazing. I find if I don't really like a veggie... just roast it and I love it! :)

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  32. Two and Five are used much too often by me.

    Love the roasted vegetable.

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