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PostPosted: Thu Aug 08, 2002 9:43 am
by Al_fayyed
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They also make 950.JPG, but I wouldn't suggest them.

- Akhmed

PostPosted: Thu Aug 08, 2002 10:44 am
by Dalhar
justinpie wrote:that looks good, Dalhar. Is it a crunchy kind of bar, or the sort with compressed airbubbles in it?

Not crunchy. Air bubbles but not compressed (It'd just expand the whole bar). It's milk chocolate all the way through (except for the air of course).

kathleenJ wrote:As for caviar...
Turns out it's a negatory...they kill the fish to get the eggage out.

If it's any consolation, cod roe is quite much a byproduct.

Justinpie wrote:Too bad it's like 30 bucks for a Fancy Feast-sized can (that's why we don't eat so much of it, Dalhar.)

Heh. Completely understandable.
Drop the zero on that prize tag, and you're closer to reality here. I'd do the same, in your situation.
I'm sure the Rare & Imported Product Tax bites.

And, vegetarians have never been part of the cuisine here. It's not hundred years ago, the concept of salad were thought of as rabbit fodder. (They ate rabbits, though.)
Meat or fish, sided by potatoes, vegetables, sauce and so on is the traditional cuisine here. Porridge is the closest you can get.
This is the with more weapsons per person than in the US. *) For what? The folk sport of hunting.
Quite the hell for vegetarians, I'd believe.

(And I'm sure Kat knows of the eastern cuisine.)

*) And yes' we've got weapons control and obligatory training. And no, no one is allowed to carry loaded weapons in public spaces. Not even the police, without special permission. It works fine.
By far the most problems with weapons are with illegal weapons, and those are, of course, illegal anyway.

PostPosted: Thu Aug 08, 2002 4:14 pm
by TheFish
Heya folks (sorry I haven't been around lately, hectic life eh?)!
Hey Kath, what part of the ole' US are you coming to?

PostPosted: Thu Aug 08, 2002 6:48 pm
It's official, all this talk about junk food has gotten to me. If anyone needs me I'll be at the 7-11.

*I'm such a weak-willed person*

PostPosted: Thu Aug 08, 2002 8:13 pm
by Balloonfrogspider
DO they sell nudicles in Canada?
I would be upset if I couldn't get replacement testicles for my dog.
(Ask Justin about them! He LOVES the comerical....)

PostPosted: Thu Aug 08, 2002 8:18 pm
by Balloonfrogspider
Also one thing Kat NEEDS to do here in America is to force Justin to take you to the Corn Fest. It's this terrible fest that our little town puts on once a years, and offers all the best America has to offer-Drunk rednecks, sweet corn, lots of 'Merican Spirit (I'm sure there will be another damned "Tribute to heroes"), and even more drunken rednecks!

It'll be a horrible awful time, but I any excuse to get spazzboy out of the house before his head explodes.

PostPosted: Thu Aug 08, 2002 8:34 pm
by Justinpie
Don't Trust His Lies - I'd rather rub steel wool under my eyelids than trek to the Cornfest. I'd comment on the Tribute to heroes, but I'll keep the politics out of the Coolville forum.

PostPosted: Fri Aug 09, 2002 9:06 am
by Balloonfrogspider
The Cornfest was my second choice of things to bother Justin with, but the other one already happened.
Our church (it appears that him and I are "members" of the same church by some twist of fate.) Now this church is the red headed step child of church's here. Lots of people are "members" but no one ever really goes there. So to make money they have a church fest. It was full of all sorts of dull.
Except for one thing-This year featured a polka mass.
That's a normal church mass with polka playing in the background, and the hyms all polkas.

In a perfect world Justin would have been forced to go.
(I honestly wanted to check it out, but had to work.)

PostPosted: Sat Aug 10, 2002 6:37 am
by KathleenJ
Hee! Now I see what's been missing from my life...polka church.
And don't feel bad, Justin, my entire town is one big Cornfest!
Hey, and welcome back, Fish! Sorry it took me so long to's been hectic around here.
Also...there's a commercial for Neuticles? Like, a TV commercial? Where can I see this and make fun of it?

PostPosted: Sat Aug 17, 2002 8:38 am
by Balloonfrogspider
You might be able to find nudicles ad online somewhere. It exists and is cool!

Also at the cornfest parade I forgot to meantion I saw the corn dogs there! They looked like normal dogs, but had costumes! (Non-corn related)

PostPosted: Sun Aug 18, 2002 9:09 pm
by KathleenJ
Non corn related? But then what's the point?

PostPosted: Mon Aug 19, 2002 8:13 am
by Balloonfrogspider
I guess it's funnier to just call dressed up dogs "Corn dogs"

Also Jesus was there, and he says "hi"

PostPosted: Mon Aug 19, 2002 12:18 pm
by Justinpie
At least Jesus was dressed like corn, right?

PostPosted: Mon Aug 26, 2002 10:36 pm
by KathleenJ