Snacks and surprises (without the surprises)

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jimmy p said:
tsk tsk... gotta know your rhyming slang... Henry the Third = turd, and if you did know that, then it is for the unenlightened

I got it. Poor Henry! :biggrin:

I will never ask for a Henry again - the chocolate candy bar sold in the US.
 

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Ivan Seeking said:
I will never ask for a Henry again - the chocolate candy bar sold in the US.
:surprise: :yuck: :rofl:
 

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BoulderHead said:
How about making a snack of these krinkle-cut French fries while throwing that cheeseburger and chocolate shake down your throat;

http://eat.bees.net/lep1.htm

Looks good to me! :approve:
Now that's a snack AND a surprise!
 
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White chocolate Reeses
Kosher dill pickles
Apple slices w/peanut butter and cinnamon
Echo 6 Sierra is going to have a baby!
 
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Really? I had never heard that. Is that true for all nuts or just peanuts?
Peanuts seem to be quite effective when cooked with water (steamed, boiled, stewed or in soup), the other nuts don't seem to have that "side-effect".
 

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What "intelligence" or "side effect" is this?
 
Robert Zaleski said:
Echo 6 Sierra is going to have a baby!
NEGATRON, dude. But I can now see why you would think that. Plus, I don't have the right plumbing. The closest I could ever have come will have been when I passed a kidney stone that closely resembled a sea urchin. :surprise: :cry: :eek:
 
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Hmm.. speaking of peanuts, my favorite snack is peanut butter & crackers.
 
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motai said:
Hmm.. speaking of peanuts, my favorite snack is peanut butter & crackers.
That's why you're so bloody brilliant, Motai, old chap!


[oops! sorry, I forgot you're not British - again.]
:rofl:
 

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Hey! I saw something just like this at Sea World!!!
Did everyone clap when they were done eating fish? :rofl:


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Math Is Hard said:
That's why you're so bloody brilliant, Motai, old chap!


[oops! sorry, I forgot you're not British - again.]
:rofl:
If I were British then I would have probably added tea and biscuits to that list :smile:.

Gawd Blimey, them crusty dragons somehow ended up in me nosh! Crikey! That definitely throws the spanner in the works. The wonky, headcased duff was absobloodylootely gormless and a bunch of sixes and sevens. He'd better gimme another crumpling bugger all, else id be cheesed off. :biggrin:
 

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motai said:
Gawd Blimey, them crusty dragons somehow ended up in me nosh! Crikey! That definitely throws the spanner in the works. The wonky, headcased duff was absobloodylootely gormless and a bunch of sixes and sevens. He'd better gimme another crumpling bugger all, else id be cheesed off. :biggrin:
WOW! Impressive! :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
Jimmy P, can you translate that???
 

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Any brand of BBQ-flavored potato chips, washed down with fully-sugared Coca Cola. Hard to beat, folks.
 

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Ivan Seeking said:
Hey! I saw something just like this at Sea World!!!
Did everyone clap when they were done eating fish? :rofl:
Daddy, I wanna feed the Dutch people! Can I, Daddy? Pleeeeeeease...?
 

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motai said:
If I were British then I would have probably added tea and biscuits to that list :smile:
Don't forget the scones and clotted cream!!

Gawd Blimey, them crusty dragons somehow ended up in me nosh! Crikey!
Oh, dear something (eg.a fly) has landed in my food. Dang.

That definitely throws the spanner in the works.
That's screwed that plan up/that has ruined that.

The wonky, headcased duff was absobloodylootely gormless and a bunch of sixes and sevens.
That guy is crazy

He'd better gimme another crumpling bugger all, else id be cheesed off.
I better get some more food (eg. a crumpet) or I will be very annoyed.

Speaks for itself.
 

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That's awesome, Jimmy! You should work for the UN!
 
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jimmy p said:
Oh, dear something (eg.a fly) has landed in my food. Dang.
Interesting. According to the online British slang dictionary I used, a "crusty dragon" registered as a booger. :biggrin:

jimmy p said:
That's screwed that plan up/that has ruined that.
I guess I screwed up there.


jimmy p said:
That guy is crazy
bluntly put. The original is slightly too long, no?
 

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Oooh that's a new one, I didnt know crusty dragon was a booger. I would have just said a piece of snot. :biggrin:

Thanx Math is Hard, maybe I can improve communication that way!!
 
motai said:
Interesting. According to the online British slang dictionary I used, a "crusty dragon" registered as a booger. :biggrin:
I think that's the only one I didn't know :wink:

But of course, us southerners have a much more sophisticated vocabulary, tentatively venturing to use sesquipedalian colloquialism whenever in the propinquity of educated discourse.

If you catch my drift.

Matt
 

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Matt, does that make you a "posh git", then? :wink:
 

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I think that's the only one I didn't know :wink:

But of course, us southerners have a much more sophisticated vocabulary, tentatively venturing to use sesquipedalian colloquialism whenever in the propinquity of educated discourse.

If you catch my drift.

Matt

quite dear fellow, quite. How Southern are you?
 
Math Is Hard said:
Matt, does that make you a "posh git", then? :wink:
What an absurd suggestion. Educated man, educated!

jimmy_p: Born in Essex (I am not proud of my heritage), raised near Cambridge and University in London - Kensington you know. I think that would put me safely in the 'soft southerner' category.

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baffledMatt said:
What an absurd suggestion. Educated man, educated!

jimmy_p: Born in Essex (I am not proud of my heritage), raised near Cambridge and University in London - Kensington you know. I think that would put me safely in the 'soft southerner' category.

Matt

Oh, rather. Top hole to that one old bean. My humble abode is set up in a very soft and Southern most area of good old Blighty. Southampton doncha know!!
 
Southampton eh? A splendid part of the world if you don't mind my saying so. I have a veritably sound aquaintance who originates from a vicinity not far from there and I must confess that they are most agreeable.

Matt
 

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