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Old 04-09-07, 05:50 AM   #1
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DrPete Pulls the Trigger

...On a PB&J sandwich and a banana for breakfast, with a double shot of espresso.


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First I'm thinking, 'oh, no he killed himself', then quickly realizing that would make it tough to start a new thread, and I cheered right up again.
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pb&j never did it for me. ever. not even as a kid.

i got into frsh pb (as in a bunch of peanuts crushed into a crunch, oily, paste) from the health food store eventually.

that, with some crystallized honey, on wholemeal, organic bread... that's some good shizzle.
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I'm a pb&honey guy myself...on wheat.
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RED FLAG ALERT!
RED FLAG ALERT!

....must immediately hault referring to one's self by one's own name.

That is all....
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RED FLAG ALERT!
RED FLAG ALERT!

....must immediately hault referring to one's self by one's own name.

That is all....
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Note to Dr. Pete:

See what you started with your 3rd-person mis-step?
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See what you started with your 3rd-person mis-step?
botto wonders: why would one hate referring to one's self in the the third person?
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botto wonders: why would one hate referring to one's self in the the third person?
I'm not sure where it started, but it just seems creepy now.

Anywho....I've got bigger fish to fry this morning.
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I'm not sure where it started, but it just seems creepy now.

Anywho....I've got bigger fish to fry this morning.
(See Cypress thread in Road Cycling)
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^I hate sardines.
(And don't ask me why I hate sardines either)
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^I hate sardines.
(And don't ask me why I hate sardines either)
botto wonders if you ever ate proper, fresh grilled sardines?

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That plate looks like something I'd leave out for my cat, if indeed I had a cat!

For cryin' out loud, I'm a REAL FOOD kinda guy.
I'll take my fish beer-battered and lathered in tartar sauce, with some potato pancakes and applesauce on the side.
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That plate looks like something I'd leave out for my cat, if indeed I had a cat!


For cryin' out loud, I'm a REAL FOOD kinda guy.
I'll take my fish beer-battered and lathered in tartar sauce, with some potato pancakes and applesauce on the side.
with a last name like yours, i'm beginning to think you're adopted, even if you live in a place where this is a "Hip" look.

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....actually, I'm a Euro-wannabe Italian bike racer trapped in the body of a Cheesehead...it's true. If only I could speak Italian and get a job on talkradio in Roma!
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DrPete only pulled the trigger on the use of the third person because patentcad and Frunkin pulled the trigger on their "pull the trigger" threads.
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....actually, I'm a Euro-wannabe Italian bike racer trapped in the body of a Cheesehead...it's true. If only I could speak Italian and get a job on talkradio in Roma!
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I'm a pb&honey guy myself...on wheat.
Hmm... DrPete thinks El Diablo Rojo might be on to something. DrPete will have to pull the trigger on some honey on his way home from work.
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and I'm thinking, what another bike after he dumped all that $$$ into the Pinarello???

Well, I haven't had breakfast yet so I haven't pulled the trigger on anything.
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...On a PB&J sandwich and a banana for breakfast, with a double shot of espresso.


I had 2 eggs, 4 pieces of bacon, bowl of fruit and a bagel. Oh, and a glass of orange juice.
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...On a PB&J sandwich and a banana for breakfast, with a double shot of espresso.


... is that a euphemism?
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The Fatguy is wondering why ANYONE would ever eat proper fresh grilled sardines.
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+1

That kind of breakfast looks disgusting. Although I have a sister that lives abroad and says she has seen people eat fried scorpions like potato chips. yuck!!!
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The Fatguy is wondering why ANYONE would ever eat proper fresh grilled sardines.
Because they are SO good. Go to Portugal and Spain and taste them for real!!

Fresh Peanut Butter is great, but even better is the fresh almond butter I'm able to get. Oh man, so delicious (with honey too).
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That kind of breakfast looks disgusting. Although I have a sister that lives abroad and says she has seen people eat fried scorpions like potato chips. yuck!!!
nobody every said that was intended for breakfast.
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