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Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by LabelKing, Jan 4, 2009.

  1. Connemara

    Connemara Senior member

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    Diet coke? Are you a fucking midwestern housewife?
    You got a problem with Diet Coke motherfucker? To be honest I've grown tired of it. And soda in general.
     
  2. why

    why Senior member

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    Diet Dr. Pepper from McDonald's is amazing. It's pretty much the only place that carries it at as a fountain drink, too.

    Egg McMuffin with Diet Dr. Pepper is my go to. Sometimes I get their ice cream cones too.
     
  3. Connemara

    Connemara Senior member

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    I want an Egg McMuffin all of a sudden. Thanks why. [​IMG]
     
  4. SField

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    Soda is disgusting. It's horrible for you and I think people only like it because they get used to that burning sensation when they drink it.

    I gave it up about 10 years ago (and I used to drink it a lot), but now it actually like burns my throat. I do sometimes have a nice glass of coke, and that's enjoyable in small amounts, but as far as chugging it.... ew.

    You know Conne, for an elitist, almost all of your taste in food is extremely blue collar. In fact, more along the lines of trailer park.
     
  5. Connemara

    Connemara Senior member

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    Soda is disgusting. It's horrible for you and I think people only like it because they get used to that burning sensation when they drink it. I gave it up about 10 years ago (and I used to drink it a lot), but now it actually like burns my throat. I do sometimes have a nice glass of coke, and that's enjoyable in small amounts, but as far as chugging it.... ew. You know Conne, for an elitist, almost all of your taste in food is extremely blue collar. In fact, more along the lines of trailer park.
    I am a man for all seasons. I'll take my McMuffin with a side of seared foie gras please.
     
  6. SField

    SField Senior member

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    I am a man for all seasons. I'll take my McMuffin with a side of seared foie gras please.

    you and socal are more alike than you thought.

    And no, you're just a peasant who occasionally gets thrown a bone by someone of culture and good breeding.
     
  7. Fuuma

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    Soda is disgusting. It's horrible for you and I think people only like it because they get used to that burning sensation when they drink it.

    I gave it up about 10 years ago (and I used to drink it a lot), but now it actually like burns my throat. I do sometimes have a nice glass of coke, and that's enjoyable in small amounts, but as far as chugging it.... ew.

    You know Conne, for an elitist, almost all of your taste in food is extremely blue collar. In fact, more along the lines of trailer park.


    I'll have to side with you on this (the soda thing).
     
  8. B1FF

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    Soda is disgusting. It's horrible for you and I think people only like it because they get used to that burning sensation when they drink it.

    I like it because some foods taste much better with an acidic drink.
     
  9. kwilkinson

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    I like it because some foods taste much better with an acidic drink.

    That's what they made alcohol for, my man.
     
  10. SField

    SField Senior member

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    I like it because some foods taste much better with an acidic drink.

    Can you please tell me what tastes better with a drink consisting of possible carcinogens, all manners of chemical, fix, and anteater vomit consomme?
     
  11. JetBlast

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    Can you please tell me what tastes better with a drink consisting of possible carcinogens, all manners of chemical, fix, and anteater vomit consomme?

    Pizza (and beer).
     
  12. SField

    SField Senior member

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    Pizza (and beer).

    Pizza doesn't taste better with beer.

    Pizza is made of dough, tomatoes, and cheese. That's a basic combination that goes with anything.
     
  13. Tardek

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    Our heritage society wanted to look at our stained glass for possible listing, even though we designed and constructed it in the late nineties [​IMG]
     
  14. B1FF

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    Can you please tell me what tastes better with a drink consisting of possible carcinogens, all manners of chemical, fix, and anteater vomit consomme?

    Anteater vomit consomme is a delicacy among my people. Buying it for $1.50 a litre is a steal.
     
  15. hopkins_student

    hopkins_student Senior member

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    Let's just say the boy is not quite culturally aware so he tends to miss the subtleties of patrimony preservation. I pass no judgment on the house but some of our cultural capital is not bought to do as you please and does include some restrictions that ensure it's perrenity, makes a lot of sense to me.
    Fuck yourself you pompous asshole.
     
  16. hopkins_student

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    I'm amazed by the number of people here who hold a mentality which basically says, "you had the bad judgment to buy something we really like, so now we're going to punish you financially."
     
  17. Fuuma

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    Fuck yourself you pompous asshole.

    Klassy!!!!
     
  18. Fuuma

    Fuuma Senior member

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    I'm amazed by the number of people here who hold a mentality which basically says, "you had the bad judgment to buy something we really like, so now we're going to punish you financially."

    Shall we blow up that Mayol with dynamite? It would look so much better that way. I buy it, I break it and FU!!!
     
  19. life_interrupts

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    +1, Matapoera I'm looking for the pictures that should logically accompany such an article.
     
  20. hopkins_student

    hopkins_student Senior member

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    Klassy!!!!
    What you said was no more "klassy," you just wasted the time to use more sophisticated language. Hence the "pompous" part.
     

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