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Brian Bernardini

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Dec 10, 2001, 7:41:43 PM12/10/01
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I've been arguing with my wife over what constitutes a "proper" peanut
butter & jelly sandwich. I insist it's creamy peanut butter and grape
jelly, while she'll only go for crunchy peanut butter and strawberry
jelly.

Thoughts?

-Brian
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Bruce Anderson

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Dec 10, 2001, 7:53:33 PM12/10/01
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In article <bigtop-801950....@netnews.voicenet.com>,
Brian Bernardini <big...@voiceBUGGEROFFnet.com> wrote:

> I've been arguing with my wife over what constitutes a "proper" peanut
> butter & jelly sandwich. I insist it's creamy peanut butter and grape
> jelly, while she'll only go for crunchy peanut butter and strawberry
> jelly.
>
> Thoughts?

I'm partial to chunky with red rasberry or blackberry jam (seedless, por
favor). Oddly, there is no mention of PB&J in my "Professional Cooking"
book. Wonder why?

Bruce
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Wade B.

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Dec 10, 2001, 8:15:59 PM12/10/01
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Brian Bernardini wrote:

> I've been arguing with my wife over what constitutes a "proper" peanut
> butter & jelly sandwich. I insist it's creamy peanut butter and grape
> jelly, while she'll only go for crunchy peanut butter and strawberry
> jelly.

Grape, creamy, on Italian bread. Although apple is good in a pinch. Lard
is never an option.

Your wife is obviously possessed by Satan (or Santa...I get confused).


--
Wade B.


Hamfat!


Fastbulb

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Dec 10, 2001, 8:19:00 PM12/10/01
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>
>I've been arguing with my wife over what constitutes a "proper" peanut
>butter & jelly sandwich. I insist it's creamy peanut butter and grape
>jelly, while she'll only go for crunchy peanut butter and strawberry
>jelly.
>
>Thoughts?


I think the type of peanut butter is a subjective, personal, almost religious
preference, and as such can't be used as a criterion for identifying the one
true Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich. That said, what kind of heathen are
you, preferring *creamy* "peanut butter"? :-) Crunchy is OBVIOUSLY the
superior, yeah verily the ONLY real choice. Hell, without chunks of peanuts,
you really don't know WHAT went into that peanut butter, do ya? EXTRA crunchy
is even better.

Grape, yeah, that's alright, at least if it's Concord grape. Strawberry is
fine, too. I've developed quite a taste for really chunky preserves of the
raspberry, strawberry, and/or black cherry varieties, frequently mixed on the
same sandwich.

And white bread is right out - you gotta use a good sturdy, stout, multi-grain
bread, or at least a good cracked wheat. Pepperidge Farm is good if you only
have the chain-store brands to deal with, but a good bakery-fresh wheat-berry
or oatmeal bread - preferably three slices - is the ultimate.

Now, do you put butter on the PB&J as well as peanut butter? And toasted
bread, or straight outta the bag? If I'm *really* making the PB&J the main
meal of the day (and this has happened), I toast the center slice for the
three-banger, and leave the other two non-toasted.

da9ve
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Mike Puterbaugh

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Dec 10, 2001, 8:20:47 PM12/10/01
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Brian Bernardini <big...@voiceBUGGEROFFnet.com> wrote:

> I've been arguing with my wife over what constitutes a "proper"
> peanut butter & jelly sandwich. I insist it's creamy peanut butter
> and grape jelly, while she'll only go for crunchy peanut butter and
> strawberry jelly.

Strawberry PRESERVES, she no doubt means. Which would make it a
"peanut butter and preserves" sandwitch.

I accept your version as the default PB&J.

-Mike

Brian Bernardini

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Dec 10, 2001, 8:29:11 PM12/10/01
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In article <3C151912...@earthlink.net>, "Wade B."
<bue...@earthlink.net> wrote:

I thought so, too.

Ron Spiegelhalter

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Dec 10, 2001, 8:33:56 PM12/10/01
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"Brian Bernardini" <big...@voiceBUGGEROFFnet.com> wrote...

> I've been arguing with my wife over what constitutes a "proper" peanut
> butter & jelly sandwich. I insist it's creamy peanut butter and grape
> jelly, while she'll only go for crunchy peanut butter and strawberry
> jelly.
>
> Thoughts?

No thank you, but I do have something to offer on this topic. It should be
Skippy Super Chunk peanut butter, and Trappist Monks' Blueberry Preserves.
Anything less is fucking bullshit.

Bread, by the way, is optional. I prefer a big spoon, loaded up with PB and
then dunked into the preserves - yum!

creamy peanut butter is for bastards,
ron


J. D. Mack

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Dec 10, 2001, 8:49:58 PM12/10/01
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Ron wrote:

>creamy peanut butter is for bastards,

Silly rabbit . . .

J. D.

Doug Boucher

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Dec 10, 2001, 9:20:09 PM12/10/01
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"Ron Spiegelhalter" <r...@mktrading.orgASM> wrote

> No thank you, but I do have something to offer on this topic. It should
be
> Skippy Super Chunk peanut butter, and Trappist Monks' Blueberry Preserves.
> Anything less is fucking bullshit.
>
> Bread, by the way, is optional. I prefer a big spoon, loaded up with PB
and
> then dunked into the preserves - yum!
>
> creamy peanut butter is for bastards,
> ron

This is the best newsgroup EVER.

Dougie


CWhite7753

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Dec 10, 2001, 9:38:26 PM12/10/01
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>Now, do you put butter on the PB&J as well as peanut butter?

You gotta put butter in the mix or you're missing out on 1/3 of the combo... (
peanut BUTTER and jelly)-see what I'm sayin' ?

TAPKAE

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Dec 10, 2001, 9:42:46 PM12/10/01
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Ron Spiegelhalter was duped into believing this:

> "Brian Bernardini" <big...@voiceBUGGEROFFnet.com> wrote...
>> I've been arguing with my wife over what constitutes a "proper" peanut
>> butter & jelly sandwich. I insist it's creamy peanut butter and grape
>> jelly, while she'll only go for crunchy peanut butter and strawberry
>> jelly.
>>
>> Thoughts?


You guys are fuckin' fools!

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Jeremy Fox

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Dec 10, 2001, 9:55:19 PM12/10/01
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As peanuts cause me to go into anaphylactic shock, as far as I'm concerned,
the only good peanut butter sandwich is one without peanut butter.

-Jeremy

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Jeremy Fox

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Dec 10, 2001, 9:57:03 PM12/10/01
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For a long time I wouldn't eat grape jelly because I got an allergic
reaction over at my cousins' house. Turns out they used the same knife in
the peanut butter as they did in the jelly.

-Jeremy

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Mike Puterbaugh

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Dec 10, 2001, 10:45:29 PM12/10/01
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TAPKAE <TAP...@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> You guys are fuckin' fools!

...keeep it creeeeamy, so it'll go down eaaaasy....

-Mike

David Wilcher

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Dec 10, 2001, 10:55:16 PM12/10/01
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"Wade B." <bue...@earthlink.net> wrote in message
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I was very shocked to learn that my wife has never eaten a peanut butter
& jelly sandwich. In her life. Never.

dave


fearthesmeenusimmons

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Dec 10, 2001, 10:54:00 PM12/10/01
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"Ron Spiegelhalter" <r...@mktrading.orgASM>

> No thank you, but I do have something to offer on this topic. It should
be
> Skippy Super Chunk peanut butter, and Trappist Monks' Blueberry Preserves.
> Anything less is fucking bullshit.

What kind of *sick fuck* are you....

Creamy peanut butter will clear skin blemishes, add 3" to your cock & add 30
years to your life. *Crunchy* peanut butter will turn you into a quivering
mass of radioactive sludge in 2 seconds.

Almost any jelly/jam/preserves is acceptable, except maybe raspberry that's
loaded up with those little seeds, or Orange Marmalade with a lot of the
skin, but even those will work in a pinch.

> Bread, by the way, is optional. I prefer a big spoon, loaded up with PB
and
> then dunked into the preserves - yum!

OK, I guess you're not *completely* evil...

BTW, the most important element is an enormous glass of ice cold milk. And I
don't mean that *skim* shit either...
ftss


Fastbulb

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Dec 10, 2001, 11:00:55 PM12/10/01
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That's unREAL. Is she gonna eat one any time soon?

d9
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fearthesmeenusimmons

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Dec 10, 2001, 11:06:56 PM12/10/01
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Brian Bernardini wrote:
> > Your wife is obviously possessed by Satan

David Wilcher responded


> I was very shocked to learn that my wife has never eaten a peanut butter
> & jelly sandwich. In her life. Never.

Your wife is obviously Satan.
ftss
(I *think* I'm kidding...but...never in her life?!?!?)


David Wilcher

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Dec 10, 2001, 11:23:00 PM12/10/01
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"Fastbulb" <fast...@aol.com> wrote in message
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> >
> >
> >I was very shocked to learn that my wife has never eaten a peanut butter
> >& jelly sandwich. In her life. Never.
> >
> >dave
>
>
> That's unREAL. Is she gonna eat one any time soon?

She said she would eat a PBJ - if you're buying, Da9ve! ;-)

dave


David Wilcher

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Dec 10, 2001, 11:27:31 PM12/10/01
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"fearthesmeenusimmons" <fearthesme...@earthlink.net> wrote in message
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You bet your sweet ass she's not. The fuckin'
devil's got an english accent.

dave


Ron Spiegelhalter

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Dec 10, 2001, 11:52:06 PM12/10/01
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"fearthesmeenusimmons" <fearthesme...@earthlink.net> wrote...

>
> BTW, the most important element is an enormous glass of ice cold milk. And
I
> don't mean that *skim* shit either...

But not whole either. Whole tastes like cow tit. You can practically smell
the fleshy udder nipples. I go for 2%, it's the perfect balance of
drinkability and tit flavor. But honestly I don't drink milk that often
anymore because it makes me phlegmy. And that's not fun.

ron


Sheryl W

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Dec 11, 2001, 12:37:40 AM12/11/01
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"Brian Bernardini" <big...@voiceBUGGEROFFnet.com> wrote in message
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> I've been arguing with my wife over what constitutes a "proper" peanut
> butter & jelly sandwich. I insist it's creamy peanut butter and grape
> jelly, while she'll only go for crunchy peanut butter and strawberry
> jelly.
>
> Thoughts?
>
> -Brian

What I prefer to eat - Crunchy peanut butter, to be sure. Cherry jelly is
tops but strawberry would do, too. Grape only in a pinch.

But the "J" I think of when I hear "PB&J" is grape.

Terry W.

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Dec 11, 2001, 12:38:02 AM12/11/01
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> I was very shocked to learn that my wife has never eaten a peanut butter
> & jelly sandwich. In her life. Never.
> dave


I haven't either. That doesn't make us *married*, does it?

The thought of peanut butter and jelly together just kind of makes me
cringe. But not that sharp, harsh cringe like nails on a chalkboard. This
is a loose, squishy cringe...kind of like watching those contests where
people mix a whole bunch of gross shit together and eat it. (shudder).

I *have* had peanut butter and banana, though. Can I still play with you
guys?

Terry

Ron Spiegelhalter

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Dec 11, 2001, 12:49:33 AM12/11/01
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"Terry W." <NOtwea...@nauticom.net> wrote...

>
> I *have* had peanut butter and banana, though. Can I still play with you
> guys?

Ooo, can I take this one? Oh goody. Ahem...

Keep it greasey so it'll go down easy!

Yay, I did it! Oh, what, not enough vowels? Well screw you guys, I'm going
home.

i'm this many,
ron


Fastbulb

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Dec 11, 2001, 1:03:41 AM12/11/01
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I'll go one better, in fact. When we finally get our Midwest Forhead
get-together together, I'll make everybody a round of super-bitchin' PB&Js.
With heavy-duty bread and good preserves - the works.

da9ve

Fastbulb

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Dec 11, 2001, 1:07:27 AM12/11/01
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Wow. You pod-people are making me feel all not-at-homey. How can anybody have
made it twenty-odd or thirty-odd years into living (at least in this country)
without having had a PB&J?

PB&Banana is OK - I have those once in a while, too, but they sure don't
replace the real thing.

Could be worse, though. One of my housemates in grad school (a bio-physics
doctoral student, no dummy, she) regularly ate Peanut butter and TOMATO
sammiches. There's cognitive dissonance of the palate for ya.

d9

David Wilcher

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Dec 11, 2001, 1:14:24 AM12/11/01
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"Terry W." <NOtwea...@nauticom.net> wrote in message
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>
> > I was very shocked to learn that my wife has never eaten a peanut butter
> > & jelly sandwich. In her life. Never.
> > dave
>
>
> I haven't either. That doesn't make us *married*, does it?

Who, me and you? Or my wife and you? I'm really confused!


> The thought of peanut butter and jelly together just kind of makes me
> cringe. But not that sharp, harsh cringe like nails on a chalkboard.
This
> is a loose, squishy cringe...kind of like watching those contests where
> people mix a whole bunch of gross shit together and eat it. (shudder).
>
> I *have* had peanut butter and banana, though. Can I still play with you
> guys?

Terry, you can play with my banana any time. ;-)

dave


Jeremy Fox

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Dec 11, 2001, 1:11:19 AM12/11/01
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"Fastbulb" <fast...@aol.com> wrote in message
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> I'll go one better, in fact. When we finally get our Midwest Forhead
> get-together together, I'll make everybody a round of super-bitchin'
PB&Js.
> With heavy-duty bread and good preserves - the works.

That's very kind, but I'll have to pass. Just reading this thread is making
my eyes itch.

-Jeremy


David Wilcher

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Dec 11, 2001, 1:16:24 AM12/11/01
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"Fastbulb" <fast...@aol.com> wrote in message
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> >
> >She said she would eat a PBJ - if you're buying, Da9ve! ;-)
> >
>
> I'll go one better, in fact. When we finally get our Midwest Forhead
> get-together together, I'll make everybody a round of super-bitchin'
PB&Js.
> With heavy-duty bread and good preserves - the works.

Sounds good to me! Hmm, what kind of wine goes with PB&J?

The purple kind, right?

dave


Bruce Anderson

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Dec 11, 2001, 1:21:23 AM12/11/01
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In article <WhgR7.12068$5W5.4...@typhoon.ne.mediaone.net>,
"Ron Spiegelhalter" <r...@mktrading.orgASM> wrote:

I think I stopped drinking milk about the time I moved out here to
SoCal. I think the only reason I ever drank it before was that Mom kept
buying the stuff. I've never been a big fan of leche. I'll happily drink
milk which has been used for my cereal (Frosted Mini Wheats rule!) and
those Carnation Instant Breakfasts (Chocolate Malt only, s'il
vous-plait) are pretty damn good, too...so it's not without its
non-culinary applications.

I'm sorry...what was the question?

Bruce
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Sheryl W

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Dec 11, 2001, 1:27:59 AM12/11/01
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Anyone remember Koogle flavored peanut butter? I was never brave enough to
try any of it.

And do the jars of peanut butter/jelly swirled together count? (not in my
book)


Fastbulb

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Dec 11, 2001, 1:31:26 AM12/11/01
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Yep - those with anaphylactic reasons can definitely sit out. Man, that would
so *suck* having that peanut allergy. I'm not really a major peanut fan
outside of PB&Js and peanut M&Ms (okay, and the odd Snickers bar, which
satisfies me), but knowing how many things have tiny trace amounts of peanut
oil in 'em, it'd be a *major* ass-pain to have to avoid it at all times.

da9ve

Bruce Anderson

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Dec 11, 2001, 1:46:58 AM12/11/01
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In article <PHhR7.116000$z55.15...@typhoon.neo.rr.com>,
"Sheryl W" <swa...@ANTISPAMcinci.rr.com> wrote:

> Anyone remember Koogle flavored peanut butter? I was never brave enough to
> try any of it.

I vaguely remember a flavoured spread but...um...my memory of the
mid-70s isn't what it used to be. I don't know if I was ever able to get
my Mom to buy it. It sounds like something I'd've wanted her to get.

> And do the jars of peanut butter/jelly swirled together count? (not in my
> book)

Ohhh, I remember those. I still see them around, sometimes. I've seen PB
and banana spread, which to me seems like it'd be nasty, and then of
course PB with grape jelly. The oddest one I've seen (and actually
bought) was a chocolate and orange spread. I thought it was a
little...um...unpleasent, but the wife appreciated its flavour and
texture more than I, so I left it to her to eat it up.


Bruce
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John Willcoxon

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Dec 11, 2001, 4:08:24 AM12/11/01
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Now, now, Ron, don't make a fuss, I'll have your phlegm, I LOVE it!

JWDQ - Under the influence........

phlegm phlegm phlegm phlegm wonderful plegm wonderful phlegm.......

anybody seen my Viking?

Dennis Versteeg

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Dec 11, 2001, 2:57:51 AM12/11/01
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Over here in Europe (at least in the Netherlands) peanut butter and
jelly is something which is not eaten together.

The first time I was in the US I first saw it and was mildly disgusted
by the look. I refused to try it at first, but later had a bite and
was surprised that it actually worked.. I wasn't too crazy about it to
be honest, but I can understand that many people like it.

-dennis-

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have it whistling Dixie in three days' time."

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Jeremy Fox

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Dec 11, 2001, 3:44:45 AM12/11/01
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Did you know that even plain M&Ms have peanuts in them? I learned that the
hard way when I was a kid.

-Jeremy

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Snow Lizard

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Dec 11, 2001, 4:45:06 AM12/11/01
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Jeremy Fox wrote:

>As peanuts cause me to go into anaphylactic shock, as far as I'm concerned,
>the only good peanut butter sandwich is one without peanut butter.
>
>-Jeremy
>

There are also a number of industrial uses for the peanut.

I once fished over 100 feet of 12 AWG wire through conduit strapped to
the ceiling of a cheap-ass filter/transformer manufacturer that paid
me REALLY SHITTY wages. MAN, those guys were cheap! It took me a year
and a half to get a raise of $0.60/hr., and two months later, they cut
everyone's wages by 10%. My wages weren't even 10% above minimum wage,
so basically I could have been flipping hamburgers at McDonalds for
the same scratch.

THOSE BASTARDS!!!!

What was the question again?

SL

Snow Lizard

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Dec 11, 2001, 4:59:57 AM12/11/01
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Sorry about that last post... let's try this again:

>Jeremy Fox wrote:
>
>>As peanuts cause me to go into anaphylactic shock, as far as I'm concerned,
>>the only good peanut butter sandwich is one without peanut butter.
>>
>>-Jeremy
>>
>
>There are also a number of industrial uses for the peanut.
>
>I once fished over 100 feet of 12 AWG wire through conduit strapped to
>the ceiling of a cheap-ass filter/transformer manufacturer

using nothing more than a peanut. That's right, electrical
installation via peanut. There were four different colors of wire, and
it was very psychadelic. Oh, and I used some electrical tape. Cool,
huh?

Come to think of it, there was also a roll of nylon twine used, and a
rather attractive vaccum cleaner.

OK, the peanut was actually made out of styrofoam... maybe this isn't
a very good story.

Didn't someone manage to compress one of those things into phonograph
record needles?

SL

Adrian Clark

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Dec 11, 2001, 4:50:20 AM12/11/01
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Ron Spiegelhalter <r...@mktrading.orgASM> wrote:

> creamy peanut butter is for bastards,

Amen. The modern civilised world needs more solid principles like this.

Adrian

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A.Adriaanse

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Dec 11, 2001, 4:56:35 AM12/11/01
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Dennis Versteeg schreef ...

> Over here in Europe (at least in the Netherlands) peanut butter and
> jelly is something which is not eaten together.

Daarom zijn zullie vetter dan wij.

AA


Rick Booth

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Dec 11, 2001, 6:02:29 AM12/11/01
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So have I (I live in England, and everything), and I eat them far too
often. (Well, peanut butter and _jam_, which is almost the same thing.)

And sometimes with bacon as well, coz I wanna be Elvis.

- rfb
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Dennis Versteeg

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Dec 11, 2001, 6:49:12 AM12/11/01
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On Tue, 11 Dec 2001 10:56:35 +0100, "A.Adriaanse"
<antal...@hotmail.comSPAM> brought the following to our attention:

ha!
helemaal waar

Wade B.

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Dec 11, 2001, 7:22:41 AM12/11/01
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Terry W. wrote:

> I *have* had peanut butter and banana, though. Can I still play with you
> guys?

Yeah, man. You and me and Red and Sonny can go out back and shoot at some
watermelons in the pool and then make fun of Robert Goulet, man.

TCB,


--
Wade B.


Hamfat!


Wade B.

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Dec 11, 2001, 7:36:14 AM12/11/01
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Ron Spiegelhalter wrote:

> "fearthesmeenusimmons" <fearthesme...@earthlink.net> wrote...
> >
> > BTW, the most important element is an enormous glass of ice cold milk. And
> I
> > don't mean that *skim* shit either...
>
> But not whole either. Whole tastes like cow tit.

You know, that harkens me back to the first time *I* tasted cow tit. I was but a
wee lad, not more than 10. I was minding my own business, wacking off in the
haymow with a 13 yr old Playboy magazine, when *she* appeared. Her black and
white spotted hide, her dewey bovine eyes, and those udders! So round, so firm,
so full of milk. It was like they were calling to me. I was kind of hesitant at
first - who isn't? - but after kicking aside the calf that was suckling there, I
dove in. Slurp City, man! Sure, I tried snorting it first, but that was too
messy, and would give away my actions, so I made the move to mainlining - right
in the mouth, man! Sure, I was a casual user for a while. Doing just for the
occasional thrill. But then SUmmer came, and I had to be on the farm all day,
every day. After that I was hooked - I couldn't go more than a day without the
taste of udder in my mouth. When I moved to LA to join a band, I'd tell myself -
"OK - this time I'm going 2 days in a row without it" "This time I'm making it
to sunset". But by then, I was hopelessly hooked. I'd drive around the city for
hours, and man, I went to some scary farms that you wouldn't send your worst
enemy to. Gang cows, Mexican cows, man, I didn't care. I even started sharing
udders with others "suckies". But then when my bandmate, Hillel, died from udder
madness, I decided it was time to clean up. ANd I did. And I wrote a song called
"Under the Bridge" and got me some tattoos and some washerboard abs and the rest
is rock and roll history.

I think...


--
Wade B.


Hamfat!


Doug Boucher

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Dec 11, 2001, 8:36:58 AM12/11/01
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"Rick Booth" <richar...@umist.ac.uk> wrote

> And sometimes with bacon as well, coz I wanna be Elvis.

Bacon? Did somebody say bacon? Mmm...bacon...

Must..resist...too many..fat...calories..Spooooock!!!.
Dougie
PS I love you, bacon. Sweet bacon. Come to me, sweet beautiful bacon...


J. D. Mack

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Dec 11, 2001, 8:44:03 AM12/11/01
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>Anyone remember Koogle flavored peanut butter? I was never brave enough to
>try any of it.

You mean peanutty Koogle, with the koo-koo-koogley eyes?

I used to stare longingly at the jars of Koogle in the store, knowing that our
family never bought anything as high end as that (economics being what they
were at the time for us). But I would have tried it in a heartbeat -
especially the chocolate flavored Koogle!

J. D.

David Wilcher

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"Wade B." <bue...@earthlink.net> wrote in message
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>
> udders with others "suckies". But then when my bandmate, Hillel, died from
udder
> madness, I decided it was time to clean up. ANd

I love you Wade.

dave


drumzspace

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"Ron Spiegelhalter" <r...@mktrading.orgASM> wrote in message news:<WhgR7.12068$5W5.4...@typhoon.ne.mediaone.net>...

>
> But not whole either. Whole tastes like cow tit. You can practically smell
> the fleshy udder nipples. I go for 2%, it's the perfect balance of
> drinkability and tit flavor. But honestly I don't drink milk that often
> anymore because it makes me phlegmy. And that's not fun.

Good lord, Ron, that's the most breast-infested post I've seen from
you yet.

Personally, I don't drink milk anymore because I just can't make it
through a carton of the stuff before it turns to some solidified mass
that reeks of...well, nevermind.

np: Philip Glass and Foday Musa Suso- "Music from The Screens"

.ben.
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Myke Hutchings

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Dec 11, 2001, 11:39:19 AM12/11/01
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Time to throw a real wrench into the works. I grew up around a lot of
Italian kids and learned the virtues (and truely amazing flavour of):

Peanut butter and Nutella.

Tastes just like Reese's Peanut Butter Cups in a sandwich! Yummy!
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Si

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Dec 11, 2001, 11:42:37 AM12/11/01
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"drumzspace" <drumz...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> np: Philip Glass and Foday Musa Suso- "Music from The Screens"

I may be completely off the mark here, but does that have "ik ook" on it?

Si


Bruce Anderson

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Dec 11, 2001, 12:18:30 PM12/11/01
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In article <_ZnR7.118155$z55.15...@typhoon.neo.rr.com>,

"Doug Boucher" <dNOboucherFRICKIN'@cinci.SPAMrr.com> wrote:

> "Rick Booth" <richar...@umist.ac.uk> wrote
>
> > And sometimes with bacon as well, coz I wanna be Elvis.
>
> Bacon? Did somebody say bacon? Mmm...bacon...

Ah, bacon...it does indeed go well with peanut butter...on a BLT. I'd
never put bacon on a PB&J sammich, I don't think.

But a Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato sammich is a whole 'nuther beastie.

Not kidding in the slightest,
Bruce

Bruce Anderson

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Dec 11, 2001, 12:21:54 PM12/11/01
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In article <3C15B880...@earthlink.net>,
"Wade B." <bue...@earthlink.net> wrote:

>
> Ron Spiegelhalter wrote:
>
> > "fearthesmeenusimmons" <fearthesme...@earthlink.net> wrote...
> > >
> > > BTW, the most important element is an enormous glass of ice cold milk. And
> > I
> > > don't mean that *skim* shit either...
> >
> > But not whole either. Whole tastes like cow tit.
>
> You know, that harkens me back to the first time *I* tasted cow tit.

When did this turn into "Penthouse Letters"?

Dear Penthouse...I just couldn't believe my eyes. She walked past me,
udder jiggling with every step...she looked back at me and winked as if
to say, "You know you want me, baby!" Jumpin' Jesus on a pogo stick! It
was my lucky day!

Help me,

Bruce Anderson

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