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Old 06-26-2008, 06:59 AM   #811
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I avoided a takeaway dinner cos I already had McDonald's for lunch, and I've been eating too much crap this week, so what did I do? Got home and found myself making a sandwich consisting of cream cheese (80% less fat?), leftover BBQ chicken, and more cheese.
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A few months ago i actually had an accurate horoscope in the herald.


Considering i only read them once every few months, they could be totally accurate.
feel safe telling me the year and month you were born?? Considering your stalker's about?
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Even ANY Thought would be a bonus. The offending toilet house was hilarious. Mr G told me to find the front door. I looked at the house, on the right was a double garage door. The whole house apart from the garage was fenced off. No gate to the left where you'd assume the front door was. There was a little side gate to the right of the garage door. I went through it. Past the side garage door, then straight ahead of me was a fold out clothesline. I ducked past that, and as doing so, I saw the fucking front door immediately opposite the clothesline!! WTF!!
What the fuck.
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So, folks, I don't suppose any of you could tell me if camembert cheese works well or not in toasted sandwiches? (Well, toasted Turkish bread rolls.)
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March 1988.

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It's 11pm. I haven't had dinner. Nor am i really hungry enough to do anything about it.
regular meals keep your metabolism fast
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So, folks, I don't suppose any of you could tell me if camembert cheese works well or not in toasted sandwiches? (Well, toasted Turkish bread rolls.)
Fuck yes!
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So, folks, I don't suppose any of you could tell me if camembert cheese works well or not in toasted sandwiches? (Well, toasted Turkish bread rolls.)
I'll tell you this - brie works well on home made pizza. Cut off a few small sections and scatter them on the pizza


Ok, it's home made pizza tomorrow night.
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So, folks, I don't suppose any of you could tell me if camembert cheese works well or not in toasted sandwiches? (Well, toasted Turkish bread rolls.)
I only eat Coon pre-sliced or Kraft frozen, pre-grated , so I'm not much help with yer fancy cheeses
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March 1988.

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I was in 'Form 1' (year 7) then!! Fuck I feel old!!

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Even ANY Thought would be a bonus. The offending toilet house was hilarious. Mr G told me to find the front door. I looked at the house, on the right was a double garage door. The whole house apart from the garage was fenced off. No gate to the left where you'd assume the front door was. There was a little side gate to the right of the garage door. I went through it. Past the side garage door, then straight ahead of me was a fold out clothesline. I ducked past that, and as doing so, I saw the fucking front door immediately opposite the clothesline!! WTF!!
Holy shit.

When I lived in Queensland, I loved looking through newspaper ads for new subdivisions, since they'd usually have a few house plans and I'm a fair bit interested in that sort of stuff. It never ceased to amaze me some of the absolutely daft things in those plans. Or how these subdivisions had the stupidest winding roads that made it take twice as long to get from a section to the main road than it would've if somebody planned things sensibly.
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Considering how comically large some of my clothing is become i need to stop losing weight so fast. I just can't afford it
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So, folks, I don't suppose any of you could tell me if camembert cheese works well or not in toasted sandwiches? (Well, toasted Turkish bread rolls.)
Sounds all right to me!

I saw a cooking show where they were wrapping whole rounds of camembert or brie in pastry and cooking them in an oven.

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I avoided a takeaway dinner cos I already had McDonald's for lunch, and I've been eating too much crap this week, so what did I do? Got home and found myself making a sandwich consisting of cream cheese (80% less fat?), leftover BBQ chicken, and more cheese.


I'm about to pile some hot Hungarian salami, onion, tomato, olives, camembert cheese in light of the positive responses here, corn relish, and mustard into a Turkish bread roll and toast it.
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Considering how comically large some of my clothing is become i need to stop losing weight so fast. I just can't afford it
well done.
you can always buy lots of belts and t-shirts are easy to make smaller.
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