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Discussion in 'The Observation Bar' started by raiderrescuer, Jun 4, 2006.

  1. Bamaboots

    Bamaboots I'll Lock Up

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    But for this I would have hit the like button. Ain't no pork belly on a turkey.
     
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  2. “Turkey bacon” is like “vegetable salmon” or “non-alcoholic vodka”. It doesn’t even make sense.
     
  3. Zombie_61

    Zombie_61 I'll Lock Up

    Funny, he lost me with the whole wheat tortilla.
     
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  4. Bamaboots

    Bamaboots I'll Lock Up

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    I knew were kindred spirits. May as well throw in "veggie burger".
     
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  5. All true. On the plus (or minus) side ... I’ve lost 25 pounds.
     
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  6. Bushman

    Bushman Call Me a Cab

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    Mini chocolate donuts.
     
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  7. Nothing wrong with eating turkey. It's good for you. It's just not bacon.
     
  8. dh66

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    Breakfast of champions.

    I had a pork chop on a biscuit.

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  9. Zombie_61

    Zombie_61 I'll Lock Up

    I've had a couple of veggie burgers that were actually pretty good. But breakfast for me today was a bacon-wrapped hot dog smothered in grilled onions and a side of fries. :D
     
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  10. dh66

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    Spaghetti

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  11. Vera Godfrey

    Vera Godfrey Practically Family

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    smoothie with mango, strawberries, peaches, and blackberries
     
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  12. Vera Godfrey

    Vera Godfrey Practically Family

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    A couple of carrot cake macaroons.
     
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  13. Vera Godfrey

    Vera Godfrey Practically Family

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    Mini chocolate donuts and an ice cold coca cola
     
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  14. Fading Fast

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    Were you raised in my house unbeknownst to me? My mom did not cook, hated the morning and allowed me to have anything I wanted for breakfast as long as I didn't bother her. Hence, as any rational young boy would do, I ate cake, doughnuts, pastries and cookies for breakfast my entire childhood (except when I stayed at my grandmother and entered the freakish world of real breakfasts with juice, milk, eggs, toast, etc., but that only happened occasionally and she died when I was pretty young, so that was just a quirky interstice, now and then, between my sugar-fueled breakfasts).

    Basically, any left over dessert was fair game. With those habits well established, breakfast for my four years of college was Drake's coffee cake (or similar vending machine sweet) washed down with a can of Coke or Pepsi (depending on which company had that college building's vending machine contract).

    When queried about this, my mother's response - to this day (she's 86) - is "I noticed he didn't starve and has done okay in the world."
     
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  15. Vera Godfrey

    Vera Godfrey Practically Family

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    Growing up, my dad and I would watch Saturday morning cartoons together while my mom slept in. On those days he would either make me toast (at my request) or, more often than not, he would go to the 7-11 and get me an Orange Crush and a package of powdered donuts. I've never been much of a breakfast person, but 9 times out of 10 it will be some kind of a sweet and a soda, since it reminds me of good times with my dad.

    Love what your mom said. She sounds like a character!
     
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  16. Vera Godfrey

    Vera Godfrey Practically Family

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    After talking about them yesterday, I decided mini powdered sugar donuts needed to be eaten today, so I stopped and picked some up on my way to church. Delicious!
     
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  17. Vera Godfrey

    Vera Godfrey Practically Family

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    A Nutter Butter Long John. It was quite tasty!
     
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  18. dh66

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    If that doesn't have Fading Fast all over it then I don't know what does.


    I had sloppy Joes this morning. Made for some happy kids up in my house, although they probably would've been happier for nutter butters.

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  19. Fading Fast

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    I had to Google it as I could put the words together, but had never seen one. Yup, I'm in.
     
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  20. Vera Godfrey

    Vera Godfrey Practically Family

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    I had never seen one before. I stopped in at the 7-11, looked in the donut case, and there it was. The filling was a slightly salty, peanut butter cream, the top had the normal chocolate glaze, and there was a nutter butter decoration. How could I resist? :)
     
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