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    Quote Originally Posted by Alternative View Post
    I love how everyone here is having a conversation with themselves.

    Tip of the day: I got a banana today and I wanted to be funny so i poured honey all over it so it would look dirty. I bit it and it was.... THEBESTTHINGINTHEENTIREWORLD. Try it. trust me.
    Banana and honey is great on toast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meirou View Post
    Banana and honey is great on toast.
    And in sandwiches - I was brought up on them


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    banana's.....it sucks i need straight natural protein when i wake up! egg's beef and such. Oh yeah in last night's dream i was incarcerated makes one wonder!!!

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    Don't like bananas. Cranberries are better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Spot View Post
    And in sandwiches - I was brought up on them
    Thank you for giving me an idea what I should eat as my next breakfast. (this sounds weird .//.)

    I usually drink my black coffee and toast with banana+nutella, when I have time.
    Next time I'll try it with honey - it sounds great. I don't know why I din't already done this... :V

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    eta: I had my toast with banana and honey - it was a delicious mess.

    I just ordered some nice stuff from Gestaecker - bye bye 70...

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    I usually have coffee and crumpits with peanut butter on top (not all mixed up in one cup... that would be like some sick smoothie...)

    I might have to try the banana and honey on toast thing, sounds nice.

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    I've become addicted to peanut butter on toast for my breakfast, though I've put on half a stone since November :s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angel Intheuk View Post
    I've become addicted to peanut butter on toast for my breakfast, though I've put on half a stone since November :s
    err... yeah, that why I've put on weight too... nothing to do with the fact that I don't exercise and graze for most of the day... I actually have something externally to blame!

    lol I need to go for a walk...

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    I just use butter for spreads. I love the taste of peanut butter but I don't eat it much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D.M. View Post
    I just use butter for spreads. I love the taste of peanut butter but I don't eat it much.
    I like butter and vegemite on toast.

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    Nothing beats blackberry jam. You just need to make sure it's a good brand.

    And has seeds.

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    I like to have berries and milk, cereal style. No added sugar/cream, whole milk not necessary. Just strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, bananas, and plain milk. And I like to cut the fruits in the bowl so the milk is infused with berry flavor. Works as breakfast and dessert.

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    AWFUL cereal. Just awful.

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    I've tried vegemite before. It was too different from what I am used to. (:
    Would taste great with crackers though.

    Kuroyue, I've tried that too. But if you combine berries with milk, the antioxidants of the berries will be cancelled out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D.M. View Post
    I've tried vegemite before. It was too different from what I am used to. (:
    Would taste great with crackers though.

    Kuroyue, I've tried that too. But if you combine berries with milk, the antioxidants of the berries will be cancelled out.
    is that the same with cream? If so then I can't use that as my 'healthy' pudding option

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    Vegemite looks like jam. I have no idea about the healthiness. I use butter though. Smjor and Kerrygold is real butter, very yellow, and has legitimate 'butter' taste so I use them a lot.

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    One day, I was eating on a bench in a park. The biggest rat ran by me and stopped behind a garbage can. It was a fat rat, a foot long and about 4.5 inches in height with neutral yellowish hair, so it took some time for me to take in the fact that it was actually a rat. The rat took a moment to look up at me and something else, and it looked like it was also sniffing the air, before it ran away.

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    My grandfather used to set have-a-heart humane traps to catch large pests on his farm like beavers, raccoons, and nutria.

    He would then throw the entire have-a-heart trap into the pond

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    "He would then throw the entire have-a-heart trap into the pond"

    Have a heart trap? Sounds like depending on how you use it, it's more likely a "make them suffer slowly" trap.

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    And then God said, "Let us make man in our likeness and our image. Let us make him ridiculously hard to draw so that poor artists everywhere will have to spend 10,000+ hours failing repeatedly before they can begin to capture the form and likeness onto a two-dimensional surface." And there was man. And it was good. And artists everywhere lost their minds.
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    I know it's wrong-- but, I just blew Diet Dr. Pepper out my nose laughing about Stacybean's Granpa drowning critters in his humane trap!

    (It was kind of an unexpected dark twist to a childhood reminiscing story. . .)

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    There was a story on my dad's side of the family about an older relative trying to feed cat litter to some cats he was watching for the day. Nothing bad happened; apparently somebody set him straight on the issue later on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stacybean View Post
    My grandfather used to set have-a-heart humane traps to catch large pests on his farm like beavers, raccoons, and nutria.

    He would then throw the entire have-a-heart trap into the pond
    I remember my Dad doing that to some squirrels back when I was a kid.

    They lived up in the attic and the most practical way to make sure they didn't come back was to drown them in a barrel of rainwater.

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    peanut butter and nutella in folded into a slice of white bread; old man's death nappy!
    replace the PB with jam; old womans death nappy.
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    Olives.
    Olives are fucking delicious little things, I am now getting through them at the rate of a jar every couple of days..

    I'd never eaten one until a few weeks ago..I have wasted so much time that I could have spent munching Olives.

    Oddly, my surname is Oliver.
    That's kinda like Kevin Bacon suddenly discovering the joys of Bacon.

    Weird old world.

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    I can't stand olives.

    On a different note: I'm about to purchase a few Loomis books. I was thinking about getting Figure Drawing for all its worth (That's a given, right?), Drawing the Head and Hands and MAYBE Successful Drawing. My only question is, what is that last one even about? The amazon description is pretty vague.
    Which is more important, Head and Hands or Successful Drawing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iambanana View Post
    I can't stand olives.

    On a different note: I'm about to purchase a few Loomis books. I was thinking about getting Figure Drawing for all its worth (That's a given, right?), Drawing the Head and Hands and MAYBE Successful Drawing. My only question is, what is that last one even about? The amazon description is pretty vague.
    Which is more important, Head and Hands or Successful Drawing?
    Successful Drawing for sure! It's all about perspective and drawing 3d forms. Without knowing that, Head and Hands is not going to do you much good.

    In slightly more depressing news, I think my cat is going to kick the bucket today. She's got a swollen abdomen and apparently had a fit last night. I think she's going to the vets, but I expect it'll be putting her to sleep (she's about 18 now).

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    Sorry to hear that Slothboy. Having pets is tough during times like this. Everyday I still think about my dog that went 2 years ago, makes you wonder if its worth it sometimes.

    But, it is of course! 18 is pretty impressive.

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