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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bergdorf Goodwill, Feb 7, 2007.
Bless your heart.
This from the guy who thought one could make sweet tea simply by adding sugar to the finished product.
I know all I need to know.
my pay check was sent to the wrong store, so now I have to go chase it down. pain in the ass. grrr.
Dood, direct depost.
But ed said that he mixes it half and half with unsweetened tea....
so don't you think that would be enough to lower the saturation to levels that could be achieved by just adding sugar?
I swear, this forum gets gayer and gayer by the second.
Well the more you post ...
Definitely. Get with the times, IS.
fang is owning today
BUT THEN HOWMI GONNE CASH MAH CHECK FOO'????!!!??
Dear flu virus that's making me so weak I can barely gather up the strength to leave the house,
bubaleh, you just need some nice chicken matzoh ball soup and nice girl and you'll be fine.
That's a fair point. Given he's not drinking full-strength sweet tea, he may be able to create sweetened tea that is similar in sweetness to his half-and-half, assuming supersaturation doesn't allow for the inclusion of twice as much sugar as adding sugar when the tea has cooled. Even I'm not pedantic enough about my sweet tea to know if this is the case, and I don't have any experience with the mix Ed mentions (the only thing I ever cut my tea with is lemonade).
Still, I stand by my statement that sweet tea =/= sweetened tea.
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