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Old 01-04-2014, 01:13 AM   #26 (permalink)
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I'm into that --- sounds like a banana split.

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sounds LIKE a banana split??

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Fritos dipped in cottage cheese.
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Pepperoni pizza with syrup.
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I used to eat BBQ sauce sandwiches when I was a kid. That's right. Sauce and bread. That was all.
Mustard sandwiches for me as a kid, but that's the strangest I can think of. My brother-in-law, on the other hand, enjoys St. John's dogs. Directions: take a plain hot dog on a bun, add raw onion and peanut butter, then choke it down like it's actually food. I have no idea how he eats them, but he loves them.
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Doritos with chocolate syrup? I also like to dip my sandwiches in orange soda when I get the chance - especially with white bread.

Also a mustard sandwich eater as a kid...and ketchup sandwiches.

My youngest sister was notorious for eating snails (shells and all) as a child.
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...drink pickle juice, straight out the jar.

The sweet gherkin kind, too. Oh yeah

And I'm not afraid to admit it ---- it's delicious!

Only problem is the heartburn....that stuff is acidic

What are your rather unusual food habits/preferences?

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That is odd since the juice SHOULD suppress heartburn.
Here is one for you to try. If it happens again, down a table spoon of mustard and see if it goes away. If it does not, you may need to revisit your diet as you may be on the far end of the scale and heading for health issues as you age(Alkalosis ). Are you one of those people whom catch every sneeze that passes through your community ?
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I also love the pickle juice Nothing stops hiccups faster
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Old 01-04-2014, 03:09 AM   #33 (permalink)
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Per odd foods...
Pickles, Mustard and peanut butter sandwich was my fav as a kid
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I like asparagus and green beans straight out of the can. However, I've only had the opportunity when I visit my parents. Wife only eats fresh/frozen veggies.
Love green beans straight out of the can, not big on asparagus though.
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I dip peanut butter sandwiches into my chili when i eat it. People at work think its weird although i thought i was normally done by everyone.
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cottage cheese on my pancakes as a kid
hardboiled eggs drenched in a bowl of vinegar as a kid


now I don't eat anything white or yellow except for potatoes and I drink milk (2% only)
I also don't let my food touch
I also eat all of one item before I eat the next item and so on
Same here
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my new favorite food - a Twilly
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My wife's cooking.


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The two foods that I enjoy that are a bit on the odd side (at least that is what my wife tells me)

Sandwich: Cheddar, pickles, bacon, apple, and a slice of fried potato, on a panini grill covered in maple syrup.

Ice Cream: malt ice cream with cheddar cheese chunks
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Peanut butter on pizza with Anchovy. Had to quit it though. It plugs me up something awful. And you don't want to be around when it's time to release that Evil.
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As a kid, I ate Play Doh on a regular basis.
I recall it had a salty flavor and the "after effects" were quite colorful.
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Wow, you all have me topped and I have been pregnant twice.

I can't think of any weird foods. The craziest I went recently was a nutella, peanut butter and marshmallow sandwich.
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Flaming Hot Cheetos dipped in sour cream.
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Flaming Hot Cheetos dipped in sour cream.
That's really not weird, more a necessity to douse the heat.
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Wow, you all have me topped and I have been pregnant twice.

I can't think of any weird foods. The craziest I went recently was a nutella, peanut butter and marshmallow sandwich.
Deep fry that and you have something that they would sell at a county fair.
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Doesn't someone on here like to drink bacon milkshakes that get shipped to him from across the country?
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Doesn't someone on here like to drink bacon milkshakes that get shipped to him from across the country?
It would take two real jackasses to take part in something like that. First, who would be dumb enough to pay for something like that to be shipped his way. Second, who would be stupid enough to send.......hmmmm.......something is not quite right here...... Most brilliant scheme I have ever heard of in my life!
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I would be into that, sounds good! Not freaky at all.

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Grilled cheese with syrup tastes good. I grew up eating them for breakfast sometimes before school so I thought it was a common breakfast thing...apparently not says my GF.

Living on the edge, I see.

That BK thing....sounds awesome. I'd do that, too. Maybe I will....

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I like to go hardcore...i.....dip my Oreo in milk....i know living life dangerously...can't help it.

Actually idk why i ever tried it, but when i eat at Burger King, the only way i eat is if i get a hamburger, and i than out chicken nuggets, and onion rings on my hamburger....it is actually quite delicious but everyone thinks im crazy when they see me do it

Sorta reminds me of the contents of an arancini (aka rice balls) that has rice, peas, cheese, ground beef, and then tomato sauce on top.

It doesn't sound bad at all. I'd eat that.

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Mashed potatoes, peas, and tomato sauce all mixed together = Awesomeness

Getting weirder now....cottage cheese on pancakes, I can't say that sounds very appetizing, nor do the eggs in vinegar.

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cottage cheese on my pancakes as a kid
hardboiled eggs drenched in a bowl of vinegar as a kid

now I don't eat anything white or yellow except for potatoes and I drink milk (2% only)
I also don't let my food touch
I also eat all of one item before I eat the next item and so on

Those wouldn't happen to have been Dolphins cards, would they? If so, that makes sense. She is bright, she is trying to shelter her father from the ridicule of being a Dolphins fan. She is trying to help you, Jeff. Let her be.

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My daughter used to eat football cards

That's kinda yucky. I wouldn't eat that.

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Fritos dipped in cottage cheese.

That is just sorta weird. Why would you ever do that to a pepperoni pizza. What did the pizza ever do to you? Not fair, you should be ashamed.

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Pepperoni pizza with syrup.

Mustard sandwiches, sounds similar to those BBQ sauce sandwiches. Odd, yes, but not too freaky.

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Your BIL, on the other hand, sounds like he may need some help.

Those disgusting sandwiches get 7 LOL Bears

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Mustard sandwiches for me as a kid, but that's the strangest I can think of. My brother-in-law, on the other hand, enjoys St. John's dogs. Directions: take a plain hot dog on a bun, add raw onion and peanut butter, then choke it down like it's actually food. I have no idea how he eats them, but he loves them.

Similar to my question on pizza with syrup, why in the name of all that is holy would you do that to your Doritos? Those things are magic. Adding chocolate syrup is like, sacriledge, in my book. You get no LOL bears for that.

The dipping sandwiches in orange soda, on the other hand? That's nasty dude.

5 LOL Bears for that

And your sister is a freak, by the way

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Doritos with chocolate syrup? I also like to dip my sandwiches in orange soda when I get the chance - especially with white bread.

Also a mustard sandwich eater as a kid...and ketchup sandwiches.

My youngest sister was notorious for eating snails (shells and all) as a child.

That sandwich sounds.....gross.

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Pickles, Mustard and peanut butter sandwich was my fav as a kid

I do that with corn chowder. Dip the PB sandwich in there. I don't think that is weird at all. Others do though...

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I dip peanut butter sandwiches into my chili when i eat it. People at work think its weird although i thought i was normally done by everyone.

You're a total rebel. I love it. I'm into that Twilly.

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Well, Chris, I'll take you for your word. I know how bad that can be....

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My wife's cooking.

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The sandwich thing, I could do. Doesn't sound bad, actually....

But cheese in ice cream? That sounds yucky to me dude.

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The two foods that I enjoy that are a bit on the odd side (at least that is what my wife tells me)

Sandwich: Cheddar, pickles, bacon, apple, and a slice of fried potato, on a panini grill covered in maple syrup.

Ice Cream: malt ice cream with cheddar cheese chunks

I wish I could un-read that last part. And your food sounds absolutely disgusting, too. You have actually set the bar. 10 LOL Bears.



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Peanut butter on pizza with Anchovy. Had to quit it though. It plugs me up something awful. And you don't want to be around when it's time to release that Evil.

Well, that sure explains a lot now, doesn't it?

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As a kid, I ate Play Doh on a regular basis.
I recall it had a salty flavor and the "after effects" were quite colorful.

Nutella, PB & marshmellow? Not too freaky, sorry! I'd eat it.

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Wow, you all have me topped and I have been pregnant twice.

I can't think of any weird foods. The craziest I went recently was a nutella, peanut butter and marshmallow sandwich.

Dude, that sounds yummy, not freaky at all! I would eat the crap outta that combo. YUM!

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Flaming Hot Cheetos dipped in sour cream.

They do. Now, do you eat them or not?

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