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Post by Asst. Asst. Lt. Cmdr. Smi » 2003-06-13 08:09pm

I had some greasy pizza with some even greasier buffalo wings. Pretty good, actaully.
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Post by Ted » 2003-06-13 08:14pm

Dinner is the school Prom in 1/2 an hour.
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Post by darthdavid » 2003-06-13 08:15pm

Jiffy mix (or similar product) w/ montreal steak seasoning and montreal chicken seasoning as well as lemon pepper used to double batter a chicken breast. Those noodles that come in the bag (ramen wutg class :wink:) and applesauce.

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Post by Crayz9000 » 2003-06-13 08:20pm

Ted wrote:Dinner is the school Prom in 1/2 an hour.
Good luck...
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Post by HemlockGrey » 2003-06-13 08:22pm

Had pork, rice, and peas thirty minutes ago.
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Post by Wicked Pilot » 2003-06-13 10:11pm

Fish fillet, topped with crab meat and hollandaise sauce. With a baked potato and hush puppies.
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Post by neoolong » 2003-06-13 10:14pm

Ted wrote:Dinner is the school Prom in 1/2 an hour.
You're going to eat the people at the prom? What kind of sick bastard are you? :D
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Post by TrailerParkJawa » 2003-06-13 10:14pm

Wicked Pilot wrote:Fish fillet, topped with crab meat and hollandaise sauce. With a baked potato and hush puppies.
What's a hush puppy?
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Post by phongn » 2003-06-13 10:16pm

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Wicked Pilot wrote:Fish fillet, topped with crab meat and hollandaise sauce. With a baked potato and hush puppies.
What's a hush puppy?
Essentially a fried sphere of battered cornmeal.
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Post by Frank Hipper » 2003-06-13 11:24pm

TrailerParkJawa wrote:What's a hush puppy?
You're from the U.S. and don't know what a hush puppy is?
Not even the ones from Long John Silver's?
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Post by Enforcer Talen » 2003-06-13 11:25pm

hush puppies are usually only in the south. I havent heard the phrase in 7 yrs, all in new england.

I had pizza and brownies.
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Post by TrailerParkJawa » 2003-06-14 12:01am

Dammit! I had a big craving for chinese style fried chicken wings. Both the local mom & pop places near me have changed their hours. Now they close at 8:30 pm on FRiday night!

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Post by Raptor 597 » 2003-06-14 12:12am

Well tonight I had an excellent roux made by Mom with shrimps in it and Texas toast as a side. Mmmm.
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Post by Zaia » 2003-06-14 12:23am

Darth Garden Gnome wrote:
Zaia wrote:Sure thang, sugah. I can't wait! I've heard it's really good. :D
But then again anything with Edward Notron in it is really good. The guy could turn a nugget 'o crap into a bar of gold if he really wanted to. :)
True dat, yo--Edward Norton kicks ass (*swoon*)! So does Seth Green *swoon*, that hot guy from "Snatch" *swoon*, and I love Charlize Theron (errr, *swoon?*)--Mark Wahlberg's ok. Not exactly swooning material, but it's ok, since the movie totally kicked ass anyway, even without all the eye candy. Go see it, RI!! Err, Ice! Errr, whatever the fuck your name is! Seth Green is still my favourite, I think. Guys who make me laugh are tres sexy. :D

Anyway, about dinner--Kim and I ended up being late because there was a massive storm, so we didn't have time for the nice Italian meal to go with the nice Italian movie. So we had Boston Market instead. Mmm, yum! Double-sauced meatloaf, mashed potatoes with gravy, corn with butter and pepper and some delicious cornbread. Mmmmmmmmmm. Best "fast" food in the world. NUMMY!!!!!

Would have preferred crab legs and shrimp, though. :P
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Post by TrailerParkJawa » 2003-06-14 01:11am

Frank Hipper wrote:
TrailerParkJawa wrote:What's a hush puppy?
You're from the U.S. and don't know what a hush puppy is?
Not even the ones from Long John Silver's?
Ive never seen a hush puppy in California and Long John Silvers went extinct here a long time ago.
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Post by RogueIce » 2003-06-14 01:18am

Zaia wrote:True dat, yo--Edward Norton kicks ass (*swoon*)! So does Seth Green *swoon*, that hot guy from "Snatch" *swoon*, and I love Charlize Theron (errr, *swoon?*)--Mark Wahlberg's ok. Not exactly swooning material, but it's ok, since the movie totally kicked ass anyway, even without all the eye candy. Go see it, RI!! Err, Ice! Errr, whatever the fuck your name is! Seth Green is still my favourite, I think. Guys who make me laugh are tres sexy. :D
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Post by Frank Hipper » 2003-06-14 01:35am

TrailerParkJawa wrote:
Frank Hipper wrote:
TrailerParkJawa wrote:What's a hush puppy?
You're from the U.S. and don't know what a hush puppy is?
Not even the ones from Long John Silver's?
Ive never seen a hush puppy in California and Long John Silvers went extinct here a long time ago.
Well, you really aren't missing much, any way you look at it. :D
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Post by Mitth`raw`nuruodo » 2003-06-14 02:01am

Tonight I ate at Hooters! (usual Fri. night thing for my dad, he's cool like that).. tomorrow (well, tonight technically) it will probably be Pizza, and then Sunday I might cook something.
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Post by neoolong » 2003-06-14 02:51am

Zaia wrote:
Darth Garden Gnome wrote:
Zaia wrote:Sure thang, sugah. I can't wait! I've heard it's really good. :D
But then again anything with Edward Notron in it is really good. The guy could turn a nugget 'o crap into a bar of gold if he really wanted to. :)
True dat, yo--Edward Norton kicks ass (*swoon*)! So does Seth Green *swoon*, that hot guy from "Snatch" *swoon*,...
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Post by RedImperator » 2003-06-14 02:58am

A big bowl of chili flavored with a ton of cayenne pepper and Tobasco sauce, topped with cheese flavored with jalapeno. I suspect it won't be quite as much fun on the way out as it was on the way in.

Speaking of which, would any of you eat at a Mexican restaurant called "The Burning Asshole"?
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Post by Wicked Pilot » 2003-06-14 09:41am

TrailerParkJawa wrote:What's a hush puppy?
You've never eaten puppy before?
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Post by Next of Kin » 2003-06-14 10:03am

Dinner last night consisted of a bbq'ed steak, steamed mussels, another bbq'ed salmon steak, fatoosh, and garlic bread. You'e probably thinking, "NoK, you fat glutton!" but believe me, I din't eat anything since breakfast and was famished! :)

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Post by theski » 2003-06-14 10:18am

Yep thats what I was thinking... :lol:
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Post by BrYaN19kc » 2003-06-14 10:20am

Pasta with fat free alfredo sause, a very nice red wine, lit candles, and my partner. It was a very nice evening.
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Post by theski » 2003-06-14 10:22am

WTF "FAT FREE ALFREDO SAUCE" why not just pour water over it.... :shock:



It ain't right..... you must not be Italian
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