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    I like to take two handfuls of Gummi bears... chew them to
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    then fill my mouth with mountain dew code red with
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    awesomeness around and repeat until i run out of
    code red or gummi bears....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Kobryn View Post
    Top Ramen, the food of poor people!
    You know it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Kobryn View Post
    Top Ramen, the food of poor people!
    I think this flew over a lot of people's heads. x)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velocity Kendall View Post
    Hey students, arnt those self-serve checkout things in supermarkets annoying? they make mistakes ALL THE TIME!!

    on an unrelated topic i heard a can of beans weighs the same as a tasty Tesco finest meal and costs 27p.
    aww man self service checkouts are so bad haha, ASDA's ones are not too bad, Morrisons ones however are are just terrible, the scanners are really bad and when you put your item in the bag it says its the wrong weight, have to wait for the assistant about 5 times every visit, i just avoid them now hahah.

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    you can lead a skint person to free food but you cant make them eat...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NyeAlexandaFrayne View Post
    aww man self service checkouts are so bad haha, ASDA's ones are not too bad, Morrisons ones however are are just terrible, the scanners are really bad and when you put your item in the bag it says its the wrong weight, have to wait for the assistant about 5 times every visit, i just avoid them now hahah.
    It beat waiting in the line.

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    Those things have never given me trouble.

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    Shin noodles are the freakin best, too bad I can't eat it anymore

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusty View Post
    Oh don't even pretend you didn't destroy the hell out of these at some point in your life. :p
    I also used to read Piers Anthony and wear acid-wash jeans two sizes too small. And Lord knows I can't recommend THAT to anyone.

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    Theres Pho at Trader Joes now that ROCKS but going to a pho place is much better and the soup bowls way bigger :3. I recommend trying out the trader joes pho. its small but good.

    Top Ramen is classic and rocks regardless. fuel for art and all nighters

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    Quote Originally Posted by vineris View Post
    I also used to read Piers Anthony and wear acid-wash jeans two sizes too small. And Lord knows I can't recommend THAT to anyone.
    I ate a bag of ramen noodles 3 days ago. I don't give a shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vineris View Post
    I also used to read Piers Anthony
    I still have a series on my bookshelf even though I haven't read them for nearly 30 years.

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    Oh man, that maruchan oriental ramen is killing me. When dad went out to get ramen instead of oriental he got... CHICKEN.

    I mean, oriental is just as salty and unhealthy BUT IT'S NOT THE SAME.

    That Shin Ramyun stuff that was shown earlier though... damn good stuff.

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    I fully endorse the consumption of instant noodles.

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    Why choose the lesser evil? If you gonna go down, better be smiling.

    mofo┤cking bacon and melted cheese representing

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    Dude, even I feel sick looking at that thing.

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    Never actually tried that amount of self hatred intake at once , but boy do i love me a good burguer with extra bacon and cheese from time to time.

    If a good guilt free meal every now and then is wrong then i don┤t wanna be right

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    You guys want a burger that is not leaving a trail of grease everywhere you go that tastes like fucking rainbows and explosions?

    BIG SMOKES

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    I think theres only 3,all of them in Toronto. I go once every two weeks though because its so motherfucking good. Pretty big servings too. Its like 10$ for a load of fries ,the burger and a drink

    Also, down here in Peru we got out own burger place that makes burgers fashioned from our traditional food, pretty good stuff although peruvian food isnt exactly well known nor well made elsewhere XD

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    You guys need to watch some www.epicmealtime.com and see the stuff they cook up.

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    This is the Caracas 4x4 burguer.
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    There are a few popular streets for eating where vendors make it. Its the biggest one they have.

    It involves fried eggs, pork chop, beef, bacon, jam , cheese, sausage, and veggies for nutrition value. And you take this down with as much of as many sauces as you want, hot dog stands around here always carry a bunch of different sauces, bbq and even more melted cheese is my usual choice.

    For special occassions needles to say.

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    SandyMan-I had some Peruvian food off a truck at the last MB workshop. Shit was delicious as a mufugga!

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    It's weird. After you go off a diet of fast food and such. Eat some real food. Then fast food almost makes you (at least for me it does) sick. Although Ramen still is usually tasty. But I can't live off the stuff anymore.


    Then if your on the minority of society and are skinny and trying to gain weight you realize. "Fuck.... ..... good food is expensive".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raoul Duke View Post
    SandyMan-I had some Peruvian food off a truck at the last MB workshop. Shit was delicious as a mufugga!
    Aaaah glad you had a chance to try it, its hard to come by

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDSart View Post
    This is the Caracas 4x4 burguer.
    Top Ramen

    There are a few popular streets for eating where vendors make it. Its the biggest one they have.

    It involves fried eggs, pork chop, beef, bacon, jam , cheese, sausage, and veggies for nutrition value. And you take this down with as much of as many sauces as you want, hot dog stands around here always carry a bunch of different sauces, bbq and even more melted cheese is my usual choice.

    For special occassions needles to say.
    Looks like someone disemboweled a rat and put it on a bun. (Anyone else read that as "carcass"?) I so gotta try it. What's that stringy stuff? It doesn't look like shredded cheese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psychotime View Post
    Looks like someone disemboweled a rat and put it on a bun. (Anyone else read that as "carcass"?) I gotta try it. What's that stringy stuff? It doesn't look like shredded cheese.
    I think those are bits of potato chips at the bottom, they usually add them too or maybe you mean the alphalpha sprouts on top

    I dunno, it might be a dead rat after all, i did say its street food, but even then at least it has more real meat than mcdonalds.

    oh, i forgot it has chicken too, well, some kind of white meat.

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