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Old 10-01-2021, 06:59 AM   #51
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I wish I lived next to you Leon. Maybe I could put on some weight. I could use a few pounds.

My father used to drink Buttermilk (Yuck) It's great for cooking. But drinking it straight is gross. My dad would eat anything. That's why he was fat. I keep losing weight and I'm not even trying to. My metabolism just burns it off. I'm getting close to being 30 pounds underweight. And that's not good.

I'm turning into walking beef jerky.


My dad drank it all the time too. If I have some left from making the cookies I will drink it but I don't buy it just to drink. Thing is, I don't like Sour cream or cream cheese. I guarantee you would gain some weight if you lived next door to me, if you like sweets and homemade ice cream....

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Old 10-01-2021, 08:05 PM   #52
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My dad drank buttermilk, too. I wanted to like it but...

This thread is funny. I keep thinking about different things with it. I mean two day old chili dogs??? How good could they be even if kept in a state of the art refrigerator that actually still works? Soggy and falling apart, right??? You still call that a roll... bread? More like chili flavored bread pudding I'd think. Hey, eat what you like. I won't even judge. But they do say you are what you eat
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Old 10-02-2021, 08:34 AM   #53
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My dad drank buttermilk, too. I wanted to like it but...

This thread is funny. I keep thinking about different things with it. I mean two day old chili dogs??? How good could they be even if kept in a state of the art refrigerator that actually still works? Soggy and falling apart, right??? You still call that a roll... bread? More like chili flavored bread pudding I'd think. Hey, eat what you like. I won't even judge. But they do say you are what you eat
Well, I'd be a lot of things then. I don't have Paul's Ethiopian problem either.
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Old 10-02-2021, 12:52 PM   #54
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Well, I'd be a lot of things then. I don't have Paul's Ethiopian problem either.
Ethiopian problem? LOL.

I eat plenty but it just doesn't stick. I can eat a 1 pound burger and lose 2 pounds.

I can really eat anything. Sometimes I pay the price. The chili dogs were good. They just didn't sit too well.

I had a burrito smothered in Habanero sauce the other day. It burned my mouth, made my eyes water. My nose was running and I was sweating. But it was so good. I'm going to have another one next week.
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Old 10-02-2021, 01:52 PM   #55
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Man that must be nice I love spicy food but once I put the first mouthful in the clock starts and I know I have about 45 minutes to find a bathroom same with ice cream and really greasy food. Getting old sucks used to have a stomach of steel now itís rusted out.
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Well, I'd be a lot of things then. I don't have Paul's Ethiopian problem either.
Ethiopian problem. There was an Ethiopian restaurant in our city and my ex-wife would suggest going there. I'd say, "No way, I'm hungry already".
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I had a burrito smothered in Habanero sauce the other day. It burned my mouth, made my eyes water. My nose was running and I was sweating. But it was so good. I'm going to have another one next week.
No ring of fire?

Hey Paul, you know there are people who eat road kill.... but only if it's fresh!
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Man that must be nice I love spicy food but once I put the first mouthful in the clock starts and I know I have about 45 minutes to find a bathroom same with ice cream and really greasy food. Getting old sucks used to have a stomach of steel now itís rusted out.
So far so good with spicy and probably the whole iron gut thing. My problem isn't a rusted out gut, it's a slugged up one. Probably a problem tootin' the gluten
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Yesterday I got the chance to stop here for the first time in a long time. Was really glad to see that they have made it through the pandemic so far. I thought of you Paul. If you make it up to this neck of the woods, let me know and we'll go.
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PS, I asked if they had any day-old dogs to offer and they just looked at me funny... ; )
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Yesterday I got the chance to stop here for the first time in a long time. Was really glad to see that they have made it through the pandemic so far. I thought of you Paul. If you make it up to this neck of the woods, let me know and we'll go.
I am so there. Good food and good company. You can't beat that.
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PS, I asked if they had any day-old dogs to offer and they just looked at me funny... ; )
Did they tell you that they just sold them to an old hippie in California and he crapped his pants.
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Couple of thoughts.
I know a guy who will cut the green stuff part off meat and eat the meat without a care. He's still alive though I don't know how.
My Mom used to like left over corn bread crumbled up in a glass of cold buttermilk. I love corn bread but not buttermilk so I tried it once using regular milk. Just once..
Mom loved tomatoes but hated ketchup. I love ketchup but hate tomatoes.
My wires got crossed?

What rhymes with Wienerschnitzel?
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I know a guy who will cut the green stuff part off meat and eat the meat without a care. He's still alive though I don't know how.
I had a friend who literally could eat anything, and sometimes would, and never got sick. My dad is pretty bad, but no where near him.

If I eat something getting ready to turn. Like gas station hot dogs even if I nuke them. I will be lucky to have bones left when it comes out. One way or the other.

Maybe I should get a gas station hot dog. I am a good.episode from 6 pack abs.
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Did they tell you that they just sold them to an old hippie in California and he crapped his pants.
Hahaha - they could just drop them in second day air envelope, fold and seal and send them on their way to you. No refrigeration, no nothing.

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I now have a weekly meeting and Matt's Chili Dogs is on the way. By the time I leave my client's office, I'm unable to talk myself out of it. Shortening my life by 25 minutes every week...

Just so you know, he gave me two free punches on the card since it's the first time I've had a punch card from there. I think this may be how addictions get started...
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Couple of thoughts.
I know a guy who will cut the green stuff part off meat and eat the meat without a care. He's still alive though I don't know how.
My Mom used to like left over corn bread crumbled up in a glass of cold buttermilk. I love corn bread but not buttermilk so I tried it once using regular milk. Just once..
Mom loved tomatoes but hated ketchup. I love ketchup but hate tomatoes.
My wires got crossed?

What rhymes with Wienerschnitzel?
I love dry aged beef . But it's so damn expensive , lots of loss .
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What rhymes with Wienerschnitzel?
Dirty underwear.

I don't care for tomatoes either. On a burger or a BLT, then yes, but straight no way. My wife eats them but I won't touch them. I'm good with Ketchup and Marinara and salsa.

My wife will not even look at peanut butter but she loves peanuts. I don't get it. It's the same thing.
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