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12-28-2013, 05:45 PM   #2221
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QuoteOriginally posted by Ex Finn. Quote
Bob-Evans says "made with real cheese".

The chicken and the pickled eggs are for real for sure.

define "real", please

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QuoteOriginally posted by tclausen Quote
define "real", please
Real pasteurized processed blended cheese like product!! Yum!!
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well, one out of three
Her family is from Moncton Nova Scotia. She was born in U.S. so yes, all three. Does the make her a mutt
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QuoteOriginally posted by Ex Finn. Quote
Her family is from Moncton Nova Scotia. She was born in U.S. so yes, all three. Does the make her a mutt

If I have learned something, then it is that to this sort of question, the only non-lethal answer is "no comment"....

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QuoteOriginally posted by tclausen Quote
define "real", please
Fine. The chicken is real...I hope.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Ex Finn. Quote
Fine. The chicken is real...I hope.

Real, in the same sense as as "Chicken McNuggets" are real?
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Zombie Burger has one where mac and cheese is baked inside the bun so it resembles brains when you eat it!! It's a 1000 calorie monster you have to eat with a fork called the Walking Ched!!
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QuoteOriginally posted by tclausen Quote
If I have learned something, then it is that to this sort of question, the only non-lethal answer is "no comment"....
I myself, go along with that in a heartbeat.

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Wow, 64k+ views, need more likes so the other threads don`t beat us...

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By the way, the topic of this thread is to see how far off-topic we can take it before a moderator discovers and closes it down, right? In that case, this discussion is highly on-topic in its off-topicness.....
Actually our Thread Monitor enforces the "No On-Topic Posts" Rule with a vengeance.

Bad as an Old-School nun with a ruler in her hand.
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Oddly, we always keep 4 boxes of that in the pantry on the emergency shelf. In case the power goes out and the only thing we could possibly eat would be packaged mac & cheese. They are great for that, I think the shelf life is something like 75 years.........
In college I lived on KD the way mine lived on Ramen. Bought it, and margarine, and powdered milk, by the case. IIRC an entire meal was less than 40c. B/L/Dx5
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This thread is like a tar pit. Every time some poor soul adds something to the original topic, he is stuck fast and buried by what is really important in life!!!
Tar pit has so many negative connotations. I prefer to think of it as stew. Cheesy stew perhaps, but still stew. And as people visit and toss something in the pot the nature of the stew changes according to the contributed ingredients.

Or soup if you prefer, of the stone variety: Stone Soup - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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I can only take reading this thread for 5 minutes at a time, before having to leave. This is because my face muscles hurt from smiling too much ouch...
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QuoteOriginally posted by monochrome Quote
Actually our Thread Monitor enforces the "No On-Topic Posts" Rule with a vengeance.
Bad as an Old-School nun with a ruler in her hand.
Don't get confused. "On-topic" posts are actually those that are "Off-topic". So any post that is "On-topic" is therefore "Off-topic". This thread has the distinction of having ALL posts be "Off-topic". No posts are "On-topic". Hmm, now I'm confused. No I'm not. Yes I am. No I'm not...
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So both daughters are still home for the holidays. Now that my son is married and living away, with my wife in the room I am outnumbered 12 eyes / 2 (counting those on the posterior crainia of females).

All this talk of cheese made me want a small snack. There is a wedge of Colby in the refrigerator. I got up from my chair and walked into the kitchen. I opened the refrigerator door.

"Dad," my daughter called, "Don't eat the cheese. We're saving that for later."
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