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I horrified my supervisor when he found out I drink goat's milk that isn't :gasp: pasteurized. :rolleyes:
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I am not driving to frelling Arvada, much less Idaho Springs after I've just driven up to Hippieville to pick you up. :glare:
Hippieville? Buh?

OH, JESUS FUCK, you think we live in Boulder, don't you? GROSS. I hate Boulder.

That must be why you never showed up yesterday.

We live in Broomfield, which sucks in different ways than Boulder, and doesn't cost as much for the sucking. And is closer to both Arvada and Idaho Springs than Boulder is. HURRY. I HAVEN'T EATEN FOR LIKE THREE DAYS. Or something.
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Old 07-12-2008, 05:10 PM
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lisarea,
Let's go get some dinner on July 21st? I have always been on the mall, we can go there or venture out. Your going to be starved by the time I get there.
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Old 07-12-2008, 05:16 PM
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I eat my own toenails.
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My latest crime: KD with the cheez powder, not as the sauce, but as topping. The noodles are just mixed with frozen(thawed) vegetables and brand x tomato sauce. It's not so great, but extremely easy.
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Old 07-12-2008, 08:38 PM
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I am not driving to frelling Arvada, much less Idaho Springs after I've just driven up to Hippieville to pick you up. :glare:
Hippieville? Buh?

OH, JESUS FUCK, you think we live in Boulder, don't you? GROSS. I hate Boulder.

That must be why you never showed up yesterday.

We live in Broomfield, which sucks in different ways than Boulder, and doesn't cost as much for the sucking. And is closer to both Arvada and Idaho Springs than Boulder is. HURRY. I HAVEN'T EATEN FOR LIKE THREE DAYS. Or something.
Ooooooohhhh.

I would but I just brought home :beer: and have to do laundry.
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Old 07-12-2008, 08:41 PM
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Beer and laundry? Strange combo.....
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Old 07-12-2008, 08:44 PM
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:beer: goes with EVERYthing!
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Old 07-12-2008, 09:11 PM
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My latest crime: KD with the cheez powder, not as the sauce, but as topping. The noodles are just mixed with frozen(thawed) vegetables and brand x tomato sauce. It's not so great, but extremely easy.
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My latest crime: KD with the cheez powder, not as the sauce, but as topping. The noodles are just mixed with frozen(thawed) vegetables and brand x tomato sauce. It's not so great, but extremely easy.
Know how I know you're Canadian?
Yes. They don't call it Kraft Dinner in the states anymore.

Thank you, Wikipedia.
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I had a culinary a-bomb-ination [SIC] yesterday evening and the leftovers for lunch today: Frozen bean and cheese burritos heated up in the microwave with Wolf brand chili and shredded cheddar cheese on top.
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Old 07-21-2008, 01:24 AM
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I horrified my supervisor when he found out I drink goat's milk that isn't :gasp: pasteurized. :rolleyes:
I saw Bear Grylls drink the liquid he squeezed out of fresh elephant dung, then go on to hike some 25 miles in Kenya over the rest of that day, that night and into the next day, or at least that's the way they edited it to appear. Unpasteurized goats milk would seem like champagne by comparison.
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My brother's fiance dips her fries into a mixture of ketchup and mayo..which I actually think sounds pretty damn good.
That is the only way my wife eats fries, she loves it.
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Sour Cream and Onion seasoning over popcorn. Which isn't too bad. But the fact that I could eat the seasoning by itself by the spoonful probably is.
Popcorn Seasonings : Popcorn Recipes : Online Shop | Kernel Season's

Pepperoni pizza + ranch dressing = yum.
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My brother's fiance dips her fries into a mixture of ketchup and mayo..which I actually think sounds pretty damn good.
That is the only way my wife eats fries, she loves it.
Fries go with mayonnaise, but of course :D

My brother in law eats his with mayonnaise mixed with applesauce, my sister told me. :puke:
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My husband thinks I'm weird because I put ketchup on plain baked chicken breasts. I may have a bit of a ketchup addiction but I don't think it's that unusual at all.
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I eat grilled chicken sandwiches with just ketchup, or maybe adding pickles.
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Ketchup on grilled chicken sandwiches is a must. :nod:
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Ketchup on chicken biscuits.
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Jam and eggs.
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My grandfather used to eat his eggs with Ketchup. Yuck!
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Yes to the jam and ketchup on eggs. Not together though.

Some other things I like, sausage and jelly sandwiches which is something my dad used to do. Oh and eggs and maple syrup.
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My grandfather used to eat his eggs with Ketchup. Yuck!
Grandfather? Hell, your husband eats eggs with ketchup. Or Louisiana hot sauce. Or both. Or gravy and ketchup over them.

That reminds me of another culinary crime. At the truck stop out on I-35 near the college town of Tonkawa, Oklahoma, they used to serve what they called the "college special", white gravy on french fries, to which we would always add ketchup. Appetites are often weird after midnight.
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My grandfather used to eat his eggs with Ketchup. Yuck!
Grandfather? Hell, your husband eats eggs with ketchup. Or Louisiana hot sauce. Or both. Or gravy and ketchup over them.
How else are you supposed to eat eggs? :chin: I'm sure as hell not eating them plain.
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