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Hey have you guys tried [Insert your endorsement here]

Postby Friend_of_Gunnar » Jan 30 2006, 3:25

Another thread gave me an idea for this one. Everybody gets one endorsement.(commentary is free though) It can be serious or not (maybe that is the fun to try and guess the difference).

I only have one endorsement. Microsoft is coming out with it's new operating system and I'm excited! It has all these features that I'm sure I will eventually think of a way to use. I have had a long history with Microsoft and I enjoy it's reliability and ease of use. Yes, people tell me that sometimes there are crashes but I have been using Windows for 10 years now and it hasn't happened to me once.

I visited Seattle once and took a canoe across the water to see the house of Bill Gates. My plan was to ask him to autograph my Windows 95 CD but a man in a suit and dark glasses stopped me. So I have been looking on Ebay instead to see if anybody has an autographed copy of software they will sell to me.

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Postby gravyluvr » Feb 3 2006, 18:51

Have you ever tried...

Mixing a bar of Philadelphia Brand Cream Cheese with a can Hormel Chili (no beans) and then nuking it?

I call it the 5 minute Chili Dip.

Use Fritos Scoops to dip.
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Postby Gaidal Cain » Feb 3 2006, 18:57

Cricket in snow, with noone really knowing how to play it. The wondrous rules (you can get points for hitting spectators on the field!) along with the general difficulty and the snow makes it really fun. Plus, you can take a tea break if you wish.
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Postby Fyl » Feb 9 2006, 4:13

open a regular 2l bottle of Pepsi then immediately drop inside a whole tube of Mentos bombons (13 or 14 I think), not one by one, all at once, rip off the tub cap and place it over the bottle in advance ;)

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Postby Corribus » Feb 9 2006, 4:19

I have an endorsement:

Try putting ketchup on your next slice of pizza. It will blow you away.
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Postby ThunderTitan » Feb 9 2006, 12:08

Corribus wrote:Try putting ketchup on your next slice of pizza. It will blow you away.


Yuck. :vomit:
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Postby DaemianLucifer » Feb 9 2006, 12:11

Wow!And all this time I ate pizza without ketchup!I wonder though,whats that red sauce on it then?

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Postby ThunderTitan » Feb 9 2006, 12:16

The blood of innocents?
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Postby DaemianLucifer » Feb 9 2006, 12:18

I really need to block you out of that part of my brain!

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Postby ThunderTitan » Feb 9 2006, 12:29

Good luck with that one! :devious:
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Postby Corribus » Feb 9 2006, 14:45

ThunderTitan wrote: Yuck. :vomit:

I know - it sounds nasty. But just try it the next time. You won't be displeased. :-D
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Postby ThunderTitan » Feb 9 2006, 15:10

No, seriously, I hated ketchup since i can remember. Tomato juice too. But i love normal tomatoes. Go figure. ;|
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Postby DaemianLucifer » Feb 9 2006, 16:26

So whats wrong with that?I hate cooked vegetables,but I adore fresh ones.The only ones I like when cooked are potatoes.Im picky even about salads.Although I do like tomato in spaghetti or on pizza.

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Postby Kalah » Feb 9 2006, 23:39

[Title]... drinking wine and sipping tea at the same time? It's great.

Just had a piece of steak, and to it we had a great Chianti I bought on our vacation; Conti Serristori (2003). It's a great wine for beef.
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Postby gravyluvr » Feb 10 2006, 5:55

ThunderTitan wrote:No, seriously, I hated ketchup since i can remember. Tomato juice too. But i love normal tomatoes. Go figure. ;|


Most of the tomatos that end up in sauce or ketchup are the "abnormal" ones. :devil:
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Postby ThunderTitan » Feb 10 2006, 12:18

Well that explains it. :rolleyes:
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Postby Kalah » Feb 10 2006, 14:12

Oooh, hangover... and time to go to work. Hope nobody else is on the road. ;)
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Postby Corribus » Feb 10 2006, 14:42

Kalah wrote:Oooh, hangover... and time to go to work. Hope nobody else is on the road. ;)

I'm assuming you won't be driving anywhere near Philadelphia, so I think I'm safe. :D
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Postby Vlad976 » Feb 10 2006, 15:02

Kalah wrote:Oooh, hangover... and time to go to work. Hope nobody else is on the road. ;)

Well, you never know where he might end up...
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Postby Kalah » Feb 10 2006, 23:40

Just kidding, I didn't get that drunk. Really.

And my driving is impeccable... :proud:
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