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SO YOU LIED?!?! :x You just said ANYTHING just to get other people to spill their guts?!?!


Yeah, and you all fell for it, suckers.... :wink:
Actually, I never claimed I had any of her albums - I just said I like her music, when I hear it on the radio (or even on Sesame Street!)

I used to like snacking on celery sandwiches with spicy A-1 Sauce. Even I have to admit that's kinda gross.

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I saw Juno and not only enjoyed it but it took everything I had not to cry at the end.

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I think Finding Nemo is a great movie.

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I think Finding Nemo is a great movie.

NO!!! You're supposed to tell everyone about eating the condiments!
I was so sure you would! The thread had turned to eating stuff!!
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I axe murdered and cannibalized a family of 5. I'm still working on the largest child.
Ahhh, the memories of thread replies gone by...

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I axe murdered and cannibalized a family of 5. I'm still working on the largest child.


I ate a dead body, but don't tell, I lied. :wink:

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sleeping in a jar wrote:
I think Finding Nemo is a great movie.

NO!!! You're supposed to tell everyone about eating the condiments!
I was so sure you would! The thread had turned to eating stuff!!
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I axe murdered and cannibalized a family of 5. I'm still working on the largest child.
Ahhh, the memories of thread replies gone by...


Yeah, you're right. Damn, I dunno what happened, I was all set to post it and then the Nemo thing just came out. I really do love that movie. But I guess the real truth of the matter is:

SOMETIMES I ENJOY EATING CONDIMENTS AS A LATE NIGHT SNACK.

There I said it, ok?

I suppose next you're gonna tell them about Celine Dion. And Dovey.

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Our national plate/dish here is called Feijoada. When made properly according to the original recipe, it is made from ALL cuts of pork (including ears, pawn, tail and least expensive cuts of pork, up to the noble parts, the whole damn thing... It also takes black beans. It is inherited from the African slaves in colonial Brazil.

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When in Brazil, try some Feijoada Comlpeta

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It is a typical Brazilian dish which remounts to the african slaves.... It is made with black beans and several least expensive cuts of pork. It might not sound yammy (mostly so to Aspy and the Call Any Vegetable brigade), but it is very very good. Takes some pepper, which is not all that common for a Brazilian spice. It is served with rice, oranges, and a green leaf (kale?) prepared in the frying pan... So some people make it only with the best cuts of pork. Then it is not completa...

although a poet have said that a Fejoada is only complete when there is an ambulance at the door...


Its digestion it is so hard, heavy as we say, coupled up with the fact that it is usually served at Saturdays in a festive way with many Caipirinhas and beer, it is very usual that someone will have a huge indigestion and need medical assistance, thus the poet quote above: A Feijoada is only complete when it has an ambulance standing by outside...

Today it is very usual to prepare it only with noble cuts of pork, thus incomplete Feijoada...

That is many people's guilty pleasure over here...

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Mr_Green_Genes wrote:
zombie1210 wrote:
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Our national plate/dish here is called Feijoada. When made properly according to the original recipe, it is made from ALL cuts of pork (including ears, pawn, tail and least expensive cuts of pork, up to the noble parts, the whole damn thing... It also takes black beans. It is inherited from the African slaves in colonial Brazil.

Mr_Green_Genes wrote:
When in Brazil, try some Feijoada Comlpeta

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It is a typical Brazilian dish which remounts to the african slaves.... It is made with black beans and several least expensive cuts of pork. It might not sound yammy (mostly so to Aspy and the Call Any Vegetable brigade), but it is very very good. Takes some pepper, which is not all that common for a Brazilian spice. It is served with rice, oranges, and a green leaf (kale?) prepared in the frying pan... So some people make it only with the best cuts of pork. Then it is not completa...

although a poet have said that a Fejoada is only complete when there is an ambulance at the door...


Its digestion it is so hard, heavy as we say, coupled up with the fact that it is usually served at Saturdays in a festive way with many Caipirinhas and beer, it is very usual that someone will have a huge indigestion and need medical assistance, thus the poet quote above: A Feijoada is only complete when it has an ambulance standing by outside...

Today it is very usual to prepare it only with noble cuts of pork, thus incomplete Feijoada...

That is many people's guilty pleasure over here...


That's probably the greatest dish ever invented :lol:

And the habit of cooking and eating basically every body part on a pig is a part of portuguese culture too. It really comes from being miserable and having to know how to make the most out of a farmyard animal. The great thing is, it's actually great food, cooked with expertise. Rich countries will never know it :mrgreen:


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catpuke wrote:
sleeping in a jar wrote:
I think Finding Nemo is a great movie.

NO!!! You're supposed to tell everyone about eating the condiments!
I was so sure you would! The thread had turned to eating stuff!!
:roll:

I axe murdered and cannibalized a family of 5. I'm still working on the largest child.
Ahhh, the memories of thread replies gone by...


Yeah, you're right. Damn, I dunno what happened, I was all set to post it and then the Nemo thing just came out. I really do love that movie. But I guess the real truth of the matter is:

SOMETIMES I ENJOY EATING CONDIMENTS AS A LATE NIGHT SNACK.

There I said it, ok?

I suppose next you're gonna tell them about Celine Dion. And Dovey.

It seems I'll have to out you on several things :x .
Is it not true that you SIAJ (remember you made a point of making that "A" bold??), have been known to dress in tutu's and do interpretive dance???
Please tell the court. Yeah hey, leave out the penis gourd stuff. Only small chunks of horrible info at a time.

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:P :| yoiks. more bizarre eaty stuff: my mom puts bananas in with the tuna fish, mayo, etc. for sandwiches. some people find it odd, i find it tasty.


NONONO! no celine dion. i beg of you!

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:P :| yoiks. more bizarre eaty stuff: my mom puts bananas in with the tuna fish, mayo, etc. for sandwiches. some people find it odd, i find it tasty.


NONONO! no celine dion. i beg of you!


(Insert puking picture here)

(Yes, for both)

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Oh Dove, that can't be healthy!

Here's a guilty pleasure that's both sick and true: before they came out with Advantage to kill fleas and I had 5 dogs and 10 cats if I saw a flea on my sock I would fry it with the lit end of a cigarette. They died in an instant.
It turned into an art form because if you held the cigarette there too long they cooked and stuck to it and you had to, unless you wanted to smoke the flea cadaver, toss the smoke away. Just one quick hit would do it.
It almost was fun :oops: .
Soon my problem escalated and I had cigars and hornets in mind....

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Oh Dove, that can't be healthy!

Here's a guilty pleasure that's both sick and true: before they came out with Advantage to kill fleas and I had 5 dogs and 10 cats if I saw a flea on my sock I would fry it with the lit end of a cigarette. They died in an instant.
It turned into an art form because if you held the cigarette there too long they cooked and stuck to it and you had to, unless you wanted to smoke the flea cadaver, toss the smoke away. Just one quick hit would do it.
It almost was fun :oops: .
Soon my problem escalated and I had cigars and hornets in mind....


So the bass player from Red Hot Chili Peppers would take what....a torch?

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Oh Dove, that can't be healthy!

Here's a guilty pleasure that's both sick and true: before they came out with Advantage to kill fleas and I had 5 dogs and 10 cats if I saw a flea on my sock I would fry it with the lit end of a cigarette. They died in an instant.
It turned into an art form because if you held the cigarette there too long they cooked and stuck to it and you had to, unless you wanted to smoke the flea cadaver, toss the smoke away. Just one quick hit would do it.
It almost was fun :oops: .
Soon my problem escalated and I had cigars and hornets in mind....


So the bass player from Red Hot Chili Peppers would take what....a torch?
:mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

But seriously, yeah. I think a torch.

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Hahaha cal, I nominate me to attempt said stunt on Flea with a blow torch!

My guilty pleasure, weirdly, I'm not at all embarrassed to admit.
I like Air Supply. 8) I do believe I've mentioned that before on this here forum. :)

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Oh Dove, that can't be healthy!

Here's a guilty pleasure that's both sick and true: before they came out with Advantage to kill fleas and I had 5 dogs and 10 cats if I saw a flea on my sock I would fry it with the lit end of a cigarette. They died in an instant.
It turned into an art form because if you held the cigarette there too long they cooked and stuck to it and you had to, unless you wanted to smoke the flea cadaver, toss the smoke away. Just one quick hit would do it.
It almost was fun :oops: .
Soon my problem escalated and I had cigars and hornets in mind....


Hahahaha! Fleas pop when you squash them, don't they?

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Oh Dove, that can't be healthy!

Here's a guilty pleasure that's both sick and true: before they came out with Advantage to kill fleas and I had 5 dogs and 10 cats if I saw a flea on my sock I would fry it with the lit end of a cigarette. They died in an instant.
It turned into an art form because if you held the cigarette there too long they cooked and stuck to it and you had to, unless you wanted to smoke the flea cadaver, toss the smoke away. Just one quick hit would do it.
It almost was fun :oops: .
Soon my problem escalated and I had cigars and hornets in mind....


So the bass player from Red Hot Chili Peppers would take what....a torch?
:mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

But seriously, yeah. I think a torch.


Well, Aspy seems to be up for it, let's do it, sound like fun!

Of course I think that buying the Girls Gone Wild videos and rewinding them so it looks like they've learned their lesson is fun also.

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I used to spank it whilst looking at pics of Shannen Doherty.


I don't know if I want to be on the same forum as you anymore.

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I used to spank it whilst looking at pics of Shannen Doherty.


I don't know if I want to be on the same forum as you anymore.

You're right. I won't post stuff like this anymore.


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I used to spank it whilst looking at pics of Shannen Doherty.


I don't know if I want to be on the same forum as you anymore.

You're right. I won't post stuff like this anymore.


It's because you used the word "whilst". I find it pretentious and jejune.

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