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  1. A-58

    A-58 Cool Dude

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    Single serving?
     
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    Of course, with chop stix.
     
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    So wrong...
     
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    OpanaPointer I Point at Opana Staff Member Patron   WW2|ORG Editor

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    Supper tonight was two slices of beef cotto salami. I thought about making a sandwich but it sounded like work.
     
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    Opana, I thought this was an artist's rending, but now I'm wondering, is this an actual photograph of you after eating those two slices of lunchmeat?

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    lived on kd. not because i couldn't afford steak.
    but cold kd? never, except in emergency hangover mode.
    cold ketchup on cold food. its like showing the wrong 3 fingers while in berlin.
     
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    I used to love a meatloaf sandwich with ketchup. All cold, but all good.

    Dang, now I'm gonna have to make a meatloaf soon.....
     
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    work...
    two tins no harm tuna.thats what charlie says.
    plenty of mayo.
    old cheddar pepper salt to taste
    chopped by hand ( because i didnt want to wash the chopping board)
    squirt of the lemon that comes in a plastic lemon.
    use as a dip, with gf presidents choice ( not an endorsement) sesame crackers.
    works well if microwaved until the onion smells a lot.
     
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    meat loaf was moms go to after dealing with 3 brats.
    back in the day, the loaf was too heavy...she lightened it up, and eventually made some good bricks.
     
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    OpanaPointer I Point at Opana Staff Member Patron   WW2|ORG Editor

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    Been that way, been way the other way. Today I'm faced with the ultimate challenge, my food drawer is empty and I may have to go all the way into the kitchen to find fodder.

    Or one of the cats could be a bit unwary.

    We have to make our decisions, don't we.
     
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    I must like you guys. Even though I'm perfectly sober, I'm going to share my recipe for the world's best sandwich with you scurvy Rogues.

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    Ingredients:
    • Rye bread, 1 (or 2 slices)
    • Braunschweiger, 1-2 slices, 1/4" (6mm) thick
    • Fresh onion (red onion preferred, but use what ya got.)
    • Sweet & Spicy pickle chips (but any Bread & Butter chip will do.)
    • Mustard
    Procedure:
    1. If using one slice of bread, toast bread. If using two slices, leave bread untoasted.
    2. Place bread on plate.
    3. Top bread with the rest of the ingredients.
    4. If using two slices of bread, place second slice of bread on top to complete sandwich.
    5. Eat.
     
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    that'd make a good news story, OP.
    'Hungry Man Eats Live Cat'
    news at 11.
    kind of a reverse- cat eats dead owner- typical news.
     
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    Pussy munched...more at 5
     
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    there is a good joke in here somewhere...wait for it...
     
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    I could stay alive a while if I started in on Clyde. Those are 27" monitors.

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    Add ketchup and Tabasco for the gourmet version. On toast.

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    This really doesn't look bad. Better with Double Stuft Oreos though.

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