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Strip Cheese 1 3.85%
String Cheese 8 30.77%
I haven't heard of either 2 7.69%
I can't eat cheese or other dairy products 0 0%
I prefer traditional cheese 7 26.92%
WTF are you talking about? 8 30.77%
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Old 08-23-2002, 02:26 AM   #1
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String Cheese or Strip Cheese...which do you prefer?





which do you prefer?

I prefer the strip cheese, to me the string cheese seemed a little more rubbery.

(for those who don't know, the strip cheese is like the cheese slices, but it's cut into little quarter inch size strips...the string cheese is like a long roll of cheese)

NOTE: this is not a scientific poll
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Old 08-23-2002, 02:35 AM   #2
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i like to take a big chunk of cheese off a block and eat it like that. cheddar cheese rules
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Old 08-23-2002, 02:40 AM   #3
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i like to take a big chunk of cheese off a block and eat it like that. cheddar cheese rules

oooh I like that too.... I sharp cheddar

I also smoked gouda cheese
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you make weird polls ABEL

String, baby, string!
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thank you, I try....you have a long signature, Clarty

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my sig isn't going to get any longer so don't worry about it

ABEL is not allowed to about my sig. So
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say chhhhhhheeeeeeesssssssseeeeeeeeeee

hey I wasn't about your signature, I was about it lol.
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Re: say chhhhhhheeeeeeesssssssseeeeeeeeeee

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hey I wasn't about your signature, I was about it lol.
Very well then continue with your .
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*notices that there are more votes than there are people replying to this thread

hmmm

unless someone is voting more than once

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ABEL do you like ass crack?

WTF is strip cheese???





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Old 08-23-2002, 03:13 AM   #11
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ok, so the technical name for it is Kraft Rip Ums...not strip cheese...I noted that this wasn't a scientific poll




http://www.kraft.com/newsroom/05222002.html

KRAFT RIP-UMS WILL DELIGHT KIDS…AND MOMS NATIONWIDE
Nation’s Leading Cheese Manufacturer Introduces First American Peelable Cheese Snack

GLENVIEW, IL (May 22, 2002) -- Riddle: What is fun to rip, delicious to eat, portable and nutritious to boot? Answer: New Kraft Rip-Ums, the first American peelable cheese offering kids the great taste of their favorite American cheese slice – Kraft Singles. Kraft Rip-Ums were created to be a fun, great-tasting, interactive snack made especially for kids. To “a-peel” to youngsters, each individually wrapped package also features silly jokes and riddles that kids will enjoy sharing with their friends and family.

Kraft Rip-Ums are an easy, convenient, easy-to-pack snack for kids to take on-the-go or for Moms to drop into lunchboxes. Moms will also be equally pleased that Kraft Rip-Ums are an excellent source of calcium (20% RDA), a critical nutrient in children’s diets. In fact, two out of three kids don’t get the recommended daily amount of calcium they need for strong bones and teeth.

“Moms are always telling us that they are looking for nutritious snacks that their kids will love to eat,” said Craig Williams, senior brand manager, Cheese Snacks. “The beauty of Kraft Rip-Ums is that it is a fun, interactive snack that kids will enjoy – and moms will feel good about serving.”

Kraft Rip-Ums will be in grocery stores nationwide beginning in June 2002. Available in two popular flavors among kids, American and Pizza, Rip-Ums feature 12 individually wrapped, easy-to-open sticks of cheese that kids can peel into 12 strips of cheese. Both varieties come in a 9-ounce bag (each cheese stick is 0.75 ounces) and have a suggested retail price of $3.29-$3.49. Kraft Rip-Ums will be available in the dairy case (where string cheese is found).

Kraft Foods, the nation’s largest branded food and beverage company headquartered in the U.S., markets many of the world's leading food brands, including Kraft cheese, Maxwell House and Jacobs coffees, Nabisco cookies and crackers, Philadelphia cream cheese, Oscar Mayer meats, Post cereals and Milka chocolates, in more than 145 countries
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I think ABEL has a vault of weird articles too...

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Processed cheese = yuck.
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LOL @ "strip cheese"
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Processed cheese = yuck.


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