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Introducing the newest ice cream flavor
#1
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You couldn't get a clue during the clue mating season in a field full of horny clues if you smeared your body with clue musk and did the clue mating dance.
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#2
That would be a hard no. I don't much care for mayo. *gags* It's irrelevant to me anyway, I gave up ice cream four weeks and three days ago.
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#3
It almost ruined my day just hearing about it.
You couldn't get a clue during the clue mating season in a field full of horny clues if you smeared your body with clue musk and did the clue mating dance.
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#4
Maybe ice cream was my guilty pleasure. I love ice cream. It was my favorite "bad" thing to eat. *sigh* Woe is me.
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(08-08-2018, 01:12 PM)Maggot Wrote: [Image: %E5%9B%BE%E7%89%8731.jpg]
A soft no for me. Maybe if it had chunks of tuna, spam and bologna.

I enjoyed the generous scoop of cookie dough ice cream I had tonight at the Everclear concert/Food Festival.
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#6
I don't eat mayonnaise a lot, but if I was still consuming sugar, I'd definitely try it.

Sometimes the weirdest taste combinations turn out to be good.

I had garlic ice cream a few years ago and liked it.
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#7
I like mayonnaise in lots of things like potato salad, but probably not in ice cream.
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#8
(08-09-2018, 12:33 PM)sally Wrote: I like mayonnaise in lots of things like potato salad, but probably not in ice cream.

Would you try this one sal?

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It's a float made with peanut butter, vanilla ice cream coated in bacon bits, smoked bacon, and root beer.

I'd give it a try.  Sounds interesting......and really healthy, of course.
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#9
I once saw this pastry thing that looked like an extra large eclair with maple frosting and it had a strip of bacon running down the center of it.
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#10
(08-10-2018, 04:50 AM)Duchess Wrote: I once saw this pastry thing that looked like an extra large eclair with maple frosting and it had a strip of bacon running down the center of it.

That actually sounds really good. 

I much prefer salty food over sweets.  But, I love a combination of sweet and salty for breakfast or brunch a couple of times a year.

French toast or waffle with butter and maple syrup, a side of thick cut bacon, hashed browns, and a strong bloody mary is one of my favorite salty/sweet combinations.
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#11
MMMMMMMMMM  Bacon!!!

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You couldn't get a clue during the clue mating season in a field full of horny clues if you smeared your body with clue musk and did the clue mating dance.
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#12
(08-09-2018, 11:46 PM)HairOfTheDog Wrote:
(08-09-2018, 12:33 PM)sally Wrote: I like mayonnaise in lots of things like potato salad, but probably not in ice cream.

Would you try this one sal?

[Image: bacon-float.v1.jpg]

It's a float made with peanut butter, vanilla ice cream coated in bacon bits, smoked bacon, and root beer.

I'd give it a try.  Sounds interesting......and really healthy, of course.

I like a sweet and salty combination so I'd probably like it, although it's not something I'd want to pig out on and finish the whole thing unlike clam chowder in a bread bowl for example.
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#13
(08-09-2018, 11:46 PM)HairOfTheDog Wrote:
(08-09-2018, 12:33 PM)sally Wrote: I like mayonnaise in lots of things like potato salad, but probably not in ice cream.

Would you try this one sal?

[Image: bacon-float.v1.jpg]

It's a float made with peanut butter, vanilla ice cream coated in bacon bits, smoked bacon, and root beer.

I'd give it a try.  Sounds interesting......and really healthy, of course.
Needs a banana or fried banana to be healthy. But yeah I'd definitely try it.
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#14
A banana would definitely be a good healthy addition.

A dark chocolate covered banana with chopped nuts would be even better, for nutrition reasons of course.........chocolate does have a lot of good anti-oxidants and nuts pack a lot of protein.

I think we're up to about 5,000 calories now and at high risk for food coma though, so we might as well say fuck it and have a few beers or cocktails while we're at it.
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#15
May as well throw a whole slab of ribs over it too.
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#16
(08-11-2018, 10:28 AM)sally Wrote: May as well throw a whole slab of ribs over it too.

I haven't had ribs in a really long time -- I'm up for it.

You throw some bacon and ribs on the grill, brushed with spicy sweet barbecue sauce.

Clang can bring the rootbeer, ice cream, bananas, nuts and peanut butter.

I'll bring a bunch of beer, vodka and mixers so we can play quarters and get Clang wasted.

Your husband will love having us over, I'm sure.  "Hey wtf sal, Cousin Itt and some dude in a sundress are at the door."   ')
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#17
(08-11-2018, 11:13 AM)HairOfTheDog Wrote:
(08-11-2018, 10:28 AM)sally Wrote: May as well throw a whole slab of ribs over it too.

I haven't had ribs in a really long time -- I'm up for it.

You throw some bacon and ribs on the grill, brushed with spicy sweet barbecue sauce.

Clang can bring the rootbeer, ice cream, bananas, nuts and peanut butter.

I'll bring a bunch of beer, vodka and mixers so we can play quarters and get Clang wasted.

Your husband will love having us over, I'm sure.  "Hey wtf sal, Cousin Itt and some dude in a sundress are at the door."   ')

That would be interesting to see. Its been about 10 years since I've been wasted. I usually drink an average of 2-3 beers along with plenty of food. And get a nice buzz going. I think the closest I came to being wasted was last weekend when I had four beers and no food with them.

I'll bring the s'mores too. I'm going out tonight to Artisanal Brewery to try a S'mores beer and some designer s'mores. Last night I went there and tried the best sour ipa I ever had. It was a Passionfruit/Boysenberry Sour they named "Come At Me Bro."
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#18
You're like 300 lbs and four beers almost got you wasted? You won't be able to last around here. Me, HotD and my husband will have to try to pull your fat, drunk ass into the shed to sleep it off.
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#19
Can I hangout with y'all and just smoke some pot, no booze?
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#20
I don't have pot yet, but I am growing and have a seedling that has sprouted. It's coming into summer, lets hope it springs up.

Can I crunch the leaf and consume it without smoking it? I am asking because I am a parent and I trying to be healthy. If not, I will smoke it for anxiety.

I have had a few red wines tonight, which is very unusual for me.
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