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Old 06-28-2008, 01:21 AM   #136
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I love chicken. Probably my favorite meal food.
And so versatile. At the moment i have plans over the next week to have sweet and sour Chicken Tonight, satay chicken and if i can be arsed, lemon chicken.
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I generally don't like much dairy, as well, YLB.

On "Fire" now. Funk-tastic. I'm not even a fan of the genre, and I'm dancing in my chair at 1:30 in the morning. I hope no one wakes.
You should play these songs to Fish Girl and see what happens. How's that going by the way?

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Oh, we'll often have a bag of chips too if there's a good deal of us. But on both sides of my family - especially on my father's, given that he's the wine connossieur - any gathering to watch rugby or cricket usually involves a fair bit of wine (or beer for those that way inclined), and an assortment of crackers, cheeses, and dips.

I can't stand wings, by the way. I don't know how people eat them. They're so horribly messy and there's precious little meat.
my family doesn't usually eat while watching sports. so i'm just basing it off popular super bowl foods.

and you hate wings? i loooove wings. i don't care for buffalo-style sauce, but there's a wing place near my house that has this awesome sauce called hawaiian, which is like a cross between barbecue and...something pineapple-ish. sometimes you gotta get a little messy for food. like ribs.
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i really prefer organic milk, but it's so expensive. so sometimes i get organic chocolate milk or something for myself as a treat. i don't even have to worry about anyone else drinking it, my parents think it's lactose-free milk or something

so what kind of foods would/do you drink orange juice with? because i just can't picture like...having beef with orange juice. now lemonade i can. but still...that's not healthy.
I just find the taste nauseating. Its consistency is fine, it works well in lots of things, but by itself, it's terrible.

I normally don't drink while I'm eating. Usually my drinks are separate from my meals - just had a glass of orange juice now, yet I haven't eaten at all today. I'll only have a drink AFTER my meal, usually a few minutes to let the taste subside in my mouth naturally first. So I'll have, say, a salami and cheese toasted sandwich for lunch, then ten minutes later have a glass of orange juice.
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I can't stand American cheese. Really, mozzarella is the only kind I've ever mildly enjoyed separate from a sandwich.
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My cheese fantasy is imagining a cook laying down slice after slice of cheese on the bottom of a Chicago style pizza. There is this pizza place in Des Moines called Felix & Oscars. Best pizza ever.
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Also, i like milk but prefer it with cereal or flavoured. Plus in the last few months it has a tendency to make my stomach a bit upset after too much.
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And so versatile. At the moment i have plans over the next week to have sweet and sour Chicken Tonight, satay chicken and if i can be arsed, lemon chicken.
are you talking about the line of sauces, chicken tonight? wow, i hadn't heard of that in yeeeeeeears
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I love chicken. Probably my favorite meal food.
Chicken tends to be my favourite meat, but I stick with the breast meat. Can't stand bones. As long as I'm not actually made stunningly aware my food has come from an animal (i.e. by bones being in it), then I've no worries about going vegetarian ...
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LemonMelon, Conch just came on my iTunes. It was a sort of magical moment. Out of the blue it was so strikingly beautiful. It would be so great live as a centerpeice of a show.
Wow, thanks. I'm really proud of it. I could never play it again because it was completely improvised, but it's a special moment caught on tape.
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You should play these songs to Fish Girl and see what happens. How's that going by the way?
I'm calling her LG now.

Haven't seen much of her since last week. She has a shore house or something, is there pretty frequently. I'm calling her this weekend if I'm not doing something else.
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are you talking about the line of sauces, chicken tonight? wow, i hadn't heard of that in yeeeeeeears
Yeah. I haven't seem them advertise in years, but it caught my eye in the supermarket today and decided to pick some up. It was on one of the lower shelves.
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Grammatical errors really get to me at 1:30, don't worry too much about it.
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I just find the taste nauseating. Its consistency is fine, it works well in lots of things, but by itself, it's terrible.

I normally don't drink while I'm eating. Usually my drinks are separate from my meals - just had a glass of orange juice now, yet I haven't eaten at all today. I'll only have a drink AFTER my meal, usually a few minutes to let the taste subside in my mouth naturally first. So I'll have, say, a salami and cheese toasted sandwich for lunch, then ten minutes later have a glass of orange juice.
oh no, i hear you. there's lots of drinks out there (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) i don't like the taste of, such as most juices. i'm really picky when it comes to fruit juices.

i wish i could be like that. i have to have a sip of something pretty much after every bite i take it's a good thing i don't like sugary sodas or anything.

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Also, i like milk but prefer it with cereal or flavoured. Plus in the last few months it has a tendency to make my stomach a bit upset after too much.
frozen custard/ice cream does that to me unless i eat it reeeeeeally slowly. i mean, it's more like soup most of the time i have to eat it so slowly. i told my ex and he told me it's because i needed to lose weight.
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