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The okra hate thread

Thomas

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Man, I know I'm in the minority down here, but I have to get this off my chest. I hate okra.

I hate okra with a passion I normally reserve for people who beat their pets.
I hate okra with the fury of a thousand suns.
I would like to make serving okra a felony offense, or a class C misdemeanor if I must compromise.
And the punishment for serving okra would have to be death by kancho.

All right. you get my position here. Poll forthcoming (be patient here).
 

Mark from Plano

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Originally Posted by Thomas
Man, I know I'm in the minority down here, but I have to get this off my chest. I hate okra.

I hate okra with a passion I normally reserve for people who beat their pets.
I hate okra with the fury of a thousand suns.
I would like to make serving okra a felony offense, or a class C misdemeanor if I must compromise.
And the punishment for serving okra would have to be death by kancho.

All right. you get my position here. Poll forthcoming (be patient here).


Somebody needs a hug.
 

Thomas

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Originally Posted by Mark from Plano
Somebody needs a hug.

Man, that should have been a poll option.
 

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Okra is the butt plug of foods.
 

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I do not like okra either. Some people love it too. I'll never get it. I've only had it once where I liked it. It was fried with a really strong sauce.

Asians and Indians tend to love it.
 

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this looks good too. okra and tomato salad with yuzu dressing, so like, foodie
 

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MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMm
 

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breading and frying something usually makes everything downable; that's some 6 year old kid palate shit though.
 

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Originally Posted by impolyt_one
breading and frying something usually makes everything downable; that's some 6 year old kid palate shit though.


but oh so good
 

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i agree with you my friend
 

Thomas

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Originally Posted by celery
Okra is the butt plug of foods.

This really ought to be my new sig.

Originally Posted by impolyt_one
breading and frying something usually makes everything downable; that's some 6 year old kid palate shit though.

I can't even eat that. Best I can manage is wrapping okra in cornbread, but that's a lot of damn cornbread to defile at one sitting.
 

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Cross Post.

I like Okra in my Turkey Gumbo. Haven't had it in like 6 months though. Will be nice during the upcoming colder weather though.
 

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obligatory vote all options
 

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