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Things That Are Bothering You, Got You All Hibbeldy-Jibbeldy, or just downright pissed, RIGHT NOW!

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bergdorf Goodwill, Feb 7, 2007.

  1. patrickBOOTH

    patrickBOOTH Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Stop shaving your head, you leatherneck bastard.
     
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    I'm not a Marine!
     
  3. Neo_Version 7

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    Nonsense! There are plenty of good-looking bald men. Andre Agassi, for one.
     
  4. ethanm

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    I have also been shaving my head since I was 18. Really early MPB. The Stanley Tucci and Artie Bucco look is because of the mustache I'm growing for drill. To be ironic.
     
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  5. patrickBOOTH

    patrickBOOTH Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    I honestly think the cropped horseshoe is a very stylish look. Shaving your head looks lame. Lame, or you are trying to hide being bald.
     
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  6. gomestar

    gomestar Senior member

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    sriracha is tasty stuff, I keep a bottle at my desk at work. i don't find it to be particularly spicy though, it's more of a delicious spice.

    you know what's awesome? take a wheat thin and put a quarter-sized squirt of sriracha on it, and then consume.
     
  7. ethanm

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    You are objectively wrong.

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  8. patrickBOOTH

    patrickBOOTH Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Tucci is all around good looking. In general a close crop looks good. The problem with the bottom photo is that douchebag mustache without the outfit to carry it, and the fact that he isn't shaving the pre-pubescent pubes on the very top of his head. Plus, the horseshoe looks awesome when it starts going grey.
     
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  9. Neo_Version 7

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    Ah, yes. Otherwise known as the 1970s pedophile look.
     
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    While I love sriracha, I'm an even bigger fan of that chilli garlic sauce they have at thai restaurants. Not too spicy but I love the flavor.
     
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    I saw a girl eating macaroons the other day and I thought of your stupid ass.
     
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    Macaroons or macarons?

    I'm guessing the latter since no girl in NYC is unsophisticated enough to eat macaroons on the streets.
     
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    I have no idea, I don't eat like a pleb, personally. FWIW, she was Russian.
     
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    eh, this stuff is ok, and it does have great flavor, but I find it to be a little too sweet for my preference.



    i keep quite a big variety of hot stuff in my pantry including but not limited to cayenne, basic italian-style pepper mix, and ghost pepper powder. In the fridge, it's sriracha, Lao Gan Ma spicy chili crisp, some fermented Korean chili paste, tabasco, chipotle tabasco, cholua, Dinosaur firey habanero sauce, some barbados sweet habanero sauce, and Dave's Insanity Sauce, which is the hottest by a mile.

    also, i'm still working through a half pound of ghost pepper salami.



    a few weeks ago, my inlaws gave me this. it wasn't joking around, but I managed to finish the bag (over the course of a few days)

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    Gobstoppers would taste terrible with salt, wtf are you talking about
     
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  17. GreenFrog

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    That's an impressive collection of spicy goodness. I just keep it simple with sriracha but I am on the lookout for hot sauces that aren't too potent on the vinegar front.

    I just downed thai-native spice tom yum soup and I'm pretty sure my shit is gonna be painful, though not as painful as the ones you took after eating that jerky. :uhoh:

    Gawd I fucking love tom yum soup.
     
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  18. gomestar

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    go get some Dave's insanity sauce (it's easy to find), try a dot on a chip, and then consult with this thread. thanks.


    srsly, it's a good sauce to have around when you want to spice something like chili up, but don't want to add the flavor from things like sriracha.
     
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    The Japanese do versions of that called taberu rāyu they are generally even less spicy, but delicious.
     
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    How could the multiple goodness of banana with peanut butter make anyone (non allergic sissies) feel unwell?
     

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