Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby prawny » Wed Nov 14, 2012 15:23 pm

Not too keen on peanut butter but peanut butter and chocolate is amazing! I've been known in the past to hang around in the kitchen with a jar of chocolate spread, a jar of peanut butter and a teaspoon.

Also I lovely combo spread on digestives, mmmmmmmm.
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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby Kieran_Burns » Wed Nov 14, 2012 15:55 pm

itboffin wrote:mmmm nutty marmite loveliness

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It honestly looks like you wiped a babies ars* with bread.
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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby Kieran_Burns » Wed Nov 14, 2012 15:55 pm

Doping to keep up wrote:Been reading this forum for a while, but there hasn't really been any threads important enough to warrant a first post.

Until this one.

Kieran Burns is spot on.


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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby rjsterry » Wed Nov 14, 2012 16:07 pm

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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby FoldingJoe » Wed Nov 14, 2012 21:47 pm

Peanut butter M&M's. Mmmmmmm
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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby Kieran_Burns » Wed Nov 14, 2012 22:01 pm

rjsterry wrote:If you get a knock at the door, late at night...


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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby Greg T » Wed Nov 14, 2012 22:37 pm

What's happened?

Have we suddenly all got into the Faddy ******* eating craze . . .

The only thing that should not be eaten is defeat, de feet should be eaten - just simmered for longer.

Peanut butter, marmite, olives, is this what we have come to? Turning up our noses at highly processed sweet or salty snacks? Tell your grandad that he fought a war for you to go all "oooh I don't eat that" . . .

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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby Mouth » Wed Nov 14, 2012 22:59 pm

Doping to keep up wrote:Been reading this forum for a while, but there hasn't really been any threads important enough to warrant a first post.

Until this one.

Kieran Burns is spot on.


An excellent first post my friend. Welcome.
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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby rjsterry » Wed Nov 14, 2012 23:53 pm

Kieran_Burns wrote:
rjsterry wrote:If you get a knock at the door, late at night...


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Now that I look at it again, I'm not sure if that's a mouth or a very big moustache.
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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby SimonAH » Thu Nov 15, 2012 00:39 am

:-)

Srlsly though

Here is the definitive list

Peanut butter and Jam (jelly) ?
Fine for merkins, otherwise horrendous

Olives?
Up there with artichokes and anchovies - this is what defines you as someone who has made the effort to actually taste things and try. If you don't get it, then back to your fish finger sandwiches and Walls sausages as you have no right to eat nice food.

Marmite?
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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby Greg T » Thu Nov 15, 2012 06:54 am

SimonAH wrote:Peanut butter and Jam (jelly) ?
Fine for merkins, otherwise horrendous


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merkin

Merkin (first use 1617)[1] is a pubic wig. Merkins were originally worn by prostitutes after shaving their genitalia, and are now used as decorative items, erotic devices, or in films, by both men and women.


Well, I think this is a sentiment we can all get behind . .
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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby Graham. » Thu Nov 15, 2012 07:16 am

Anyway. Who decided that marzipan was a foodstuff?
It smells like cyanide and has the texture of Semtex!

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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby Kieran_Burns » Thu Nov 15, 2012 08:56 am

Graham. wrote:Anyway. Who decided that marzipan was a foodstuff?
It smells like cyanide and has the texture of Semtex!



Marzipan is Satan's knob-cheese.

That is all.
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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby Applespider » Thu Nov 15, 2012 21:28 pm

SimonAH wrote::-)
Olives?
Up there with artichokes and anchovies - this is what defines you as someone who has made the effort to actually taste things and try. If you don't get it, then back to your fish finger sandwiches and Walls sausages as you have no right to eat nice food.


Hang about - I like olives, artichokes and anchovies... but also a good fish finger sandwich.

Graham. wrote:Anyway. Who decided that marzipan was a foodstuff?
It smells like cyanide and has the texture of Semtex!


And it ruins good cake!

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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby willy b » Fri Nov 16, 2012 12:01 pm

Peanut butter only on brown toast which is slightly burnt, with butter/spread on before 8)

Although I am slightly put off by the fact that when I had some mice in my old flat is trapped them using Peanut butter as bait.

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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby PBo » Sat Nov 17, 2012 07:50 am

SteppenHerring wrote:Peanut Butter: Meh
Olives: Yes please

Cheesecake: I like cake and I like cheese but this is neither and it's stupid and wrong.



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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby PBo » Sat Nov 17, 2012 08:03 am

Greg T wrote:What's happened?

Have we suddenly all got into the Faddy ******* eating craze . . .

The only thing that should not be eaten is defeat, de feet should be eaten - just simmered for longer.

Peanut butter, marmite, olives, is this what we have come to? Turning up our noses at highly processed sweet or salty snacks? Tell your grandad that he fought a war for you to go all "oooh I don't eat that" . . .

Gourmandomati rule no1: Man the feck up.


This. Absolutely this!
Burns, get with the programme.
My son eats olives, anchovies, sushi, smoked salmon, peanut butter, to name but a few.

Therefore you are less brave, less discerning, and more pathetic than a six year old!

Btw Celery- it's what salad cream was invented for....(never mayo)

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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby team47b » Sat Nov 17, 2012 09:01 am

I thought you was all xenophobes, what's with all this foreign food you been trying to eat and like, you should stick to eating fish n chips and lard :D
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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby Greg T » Sat Nov 17, 2012 09:15 am

PBo wrote:Btw Celery- it's what salad cream was invented for....(never mayo)


The taste of the 70s is stalks of celery with salad cream poured into the groove . .
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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby PBo » Sat Nov 17, 2012 12:03 pm

Greg T wrote:
PBo wrote:Btw Celery- it's what salad cream was invented for....(never mayo)


The taste of the 70s is stalks of celery with salad cream poured into the groove . .


Ummmm...it was the taste of my kitchen 3 nights ago....

I always think of pineapple and cheese sticks as the taste of the 70s...


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