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Old 06-28-2008, 01:14 AM   #121
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milk is delicious. oh well. more for me (lol cuz you know any unused milk from australia comes here)

wow, you do go through it quickly. do you drink it with everything? cuz other than breakfast foods, i can't imagine it going with anything
I can't stand the taste of milk. I do like hot chocolate and milkshakes, but only when the flavour is strong enough to mask the milk's taste.

Yeah, until recently I only drank water and orange juice regularly. I don't think of it as a breakfast thing - but then I don't eat breakfast. I initially switched to orange juice because it was cheaper than lemonade (i.e. Sprite). But now the prices have come level for 24 packs of soft drink cans, so I buy those as well and have one a day.
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I'm on Young Americans at the moment.
Alright, I'll join in there then.

Yeah, cheese is good when it's with something. I can never eat it by itself.
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ha, there you go. the difference between australians and americans: australians have wine and cheese while watching televised sports, americans have wings, chips, and soda.


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.
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I'm thinking of splurging today so I can have a couple of nice cheeses to go with my wine during the rugby tonight. But we'll see how much it's going to hurt my wallet when I get to the supermarket soon. If it's going to really set me back, I'll just stick with the camembert I already have.
What is your favorite cheese? I love, love, love Muenster cheese and Butterkase. Also smoked anything.
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Thick cheese even skeeves me out. Like those Taco Bell commercials or whatever with the huge stringy cheese. That's fucking disgusting.
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Cheese is good.

I go through so little of it i can afford to buy the nice stuff.

Creamy harvarti.
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I'm down with milk. Whole, though, no fat free or 2%. That's not good. Whole milk is cool with me, and I'm cool with it.
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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.
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I love chicken. Probably my favorite meal food.
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Whole milk never sits well with me, or any type of dairy overload. Mama LMP always thought I had some sort of lactose intolerance, maybe she's right, mother's usually know best.

Chicken wings are so goddamned tasty. There's a great method of eating the actual wing parts leaving you with as much meat as possible in your mouth.
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I can't stand the taste of milk. I do like hot chocolate and milkshakes, but only when the flavour is strong enough to mask the milk's taste.

Yeah, until recently I only drank water and orange juice regularly. I don't think of it as a breakfast thing - but then I don't eat breakfast. I initially switched to orange juice because it was cheaper than lemonade (i.e. Sprite). But now the prices have come level for 24 packs of soft drink cans, so I buy those as well and have one a day.
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.
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What is your favorite cheese? I love, love, love Muenster cheese and Butterkase. Also smoked anything.
Honestly, I can't say I have a clear favourite. Park any cheese in front of me and chances are, I will enjoy it a lot. Even blue cheese in small quantities.
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I generally don't like much dairy, as well, YLB.

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