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JET!
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14 November 2010 - 7.45pm

Cheese.mal-evans

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14 November 2010 - 8.17pm

JET! said:

Cheese.mal-evans


I think this leads to a good question, what's your favorite type of cheese? I'd say provolone, but baby swiss is pretty solid too. Pepper jack is good as well, it's really just a tough choice. Although I'm not a huge fan of american cheese.

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14 November 2010 - 8.26pm

GniknuS said:

JET! said:

Cheese.mal-evans


I think this leads to a good question, what's your favorite type of cheese? I'd say provolone, but baby swiss is pretty solid too. Pepper jack is good as well, it's really just a tough choice. Although I'm not a huge fan of american cheese.
 

you haven't had applewood smoked cheddar, then. mmmmmmmm. But I guess that's Canadian. If it's on a sandwich though, havarti I think. It's too expensive to put applewood on everything.

That got me thinking a lot about cheese. Now I want... macaroni. Which do you prefer, macaroni with white cheese, or orange?a-hard-days-night-ringo-4

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14 November 2010 - 10.42pm

Puffball mushrooms are adorable, don't you think? a-hard-days-night-paul-10

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15 November 2010 - 12.34am

JET! said:

GniknuS said:

JET! said:

Cheese.mal-evans


I think this leads to a good question: what's your favorite type of cheese? I'd say provolone, but baby Swiss is pretty solid too. Pepperjack is good as well; it's really just a tough choice. Although I'm not a huge fan of American cheese.

 


You haven't had applewood smoked cheddar, then. Mmmmmmmm. But I guess that's Canadian. If it's on a sandwich, though, havarti I think. It's too expensive to put applewood on everything.
 

That got me thinking a lot about cheese. Now I want... macaroni. Which do you prefer, macaroni with white cheese, or orange?a-hard-days-night-ringo-4


Smoked gouda. 

My mom makes mac 'n' cheese from scratch. It's the best. 

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15 November 2010 - 1.17am

Sitar Soul said:

Puffball mushrooms are adorable, don't you think? a-hard-days-night-paul-10


mmmm mac n' cheese.

yes they are! like the ones where you step on them and they poof up in little clouds? they're magical.

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15 November 2010 - 1.19am

My hair is extreemly dark brown. But I call it black, and so does everyonr else.

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15 November 2010 - 1.24am

Mine's... blonde I guess.

I guess there's no posting levels above the Apple Rooftop?

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15 November 2010 - 1.27am

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Mine's... blonde I guess.

I guess there's no posting levels above the Apple Rooftop?


Nope, any higher and we would die of drug overdose.

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15 November 2010 - 2.21am

ahahahahahahahaha that's a good onea-hard-days-night-george-6

when does it top out? like 300 posts?

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15 November 2010 - 2.38am

There is no top JET

As if it matters how a man falls down.'

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15 November 2010 - 2.50am

no, I meant when do you get to the rooftop?

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15 November 2010 - 3.07am

After 196 posts you're on the roof in high heel shoes and a low neck sweater

As if it matters how a man falls down.'

'When the fall's all that's left, it matters a great deal.

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15 November 2010 - 6.38am

MeanMrs.Mustard said:

JET! said:

GniknuS said:

JET! said:

Cheese.mal-evans


I think this leads to a good question: what's your favorite type of cheese? I'd say provolone, but baby Swiss is pretty solid too. Pepperjack is good as well; it's really just a tough choice. Although I'm not a huge fan of American cheese.

 


You haven't had applewood smoked cheddar, then. Mmmmmmmm. But I guess that's Canadian. If it's on a sandwich, though, havarti I think. It's too expensive to put applewood on everything.
 

That got me thinking a lot about cheese. Now I want… macaroni. Which do you prefer, macaroni with white cheese, or orange?a-hard-days-night-ringo-4


Smoked gouda.

 

My mom makes mac 'n' cheese from scratch. It's the best. 


I like many cheeses, but my favorite is definitely smoked gouda. And I like white macaroni and cheese…in shells, not tube-noodles.

 

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16 November 2010 - 12.54am

mr. Sun king coming together said:

After 196 posts you're on the roof in high heel shoes and a low neck sweater


will I get told personally to get back home? I can't wait a-hard-days-night-john-6

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16 November 2010 - 12.59am

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I like many cheeses, but my favorite is definitely smoked gouda. And I like white macaroni and cheese…in shells, not tube-noodles.

 

I once had a dog named Rocky. He was named after the wrestler.

My dog's name is Jessie. I just got a kitten on tuesday named Otto. he's adorable. and I lost him yesterday. but I found him again. so I'm not THAT irresponsible.


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17 November 2010 - 6.45pm

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I also love Simon and Garfunkel!  In fact, every time I listen to Julia it reminds me of something that Paul Simon might have written.  Great stuff!


To me, I've Just Seen a Face always sounded a bit Simon and Garfunkely as well. Looks like I just invented a new adjective.

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17 November 2010 - 8.44pm

I hate to derail this thread but........(har-har-har....)

 

On the Rock Band multitrack of Sgt. Pepper's Reprise, you can hear the following exchange at the beginning of the vocal track:

Paul: Twist it!

John: What?

Paul: Twist it!

John:  Ah--shake it!

 

What in the world are they talking about?!?!  Or don't I want to know??  a-hard-days-night-ringo-6

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17 November 2010 - 9.58pm

Zig said:

The Man From the Motor Trade said:

I also love Simon and Garfunkel!  In fact, every time I listen to Julia it reminds me of something that Paul Simon might have written.  Great stuff!


To me, I've Just Seen a Face always sounded a bit Simon and Garfunkely as well. Looks like I just invented a new adjective.

Yeah, that's 'cause both that song and "The Boxer" have "Li da di di" lyrics! 

 And hmm, howbout "Mrs. Robinson" and "I Am The Walrus", both of which have "Coo-coo cachoo" or thereabouts?

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17 November 2010 - 11.07pm

And they both have a few dirty things in them... Mrs. Robinson had, ahem, an innapropriate relationship, while "I Am The Walrus" has the lyrics

"Pornographic priestess" and "Man, you've been a naughty girl, you let your knickers down".

But if you're going to be picky about it, the actual lyrics are "Goo Goo G'joob". I prefer "Coo Coo Cachoo" myself.

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