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  1. #6721
    Quote Originally Posted by Turk View Post
    something called freedictionary.com had this:

    piss·er
    n. Vulgar Slang
    1. One that is extremely disagreeable.
    2. One that is extraordinary or remarkable.

    Wiktionary throws this in:

    (slang) something special or outstanding; e.g. that bike is a real pisser. Often used in eastern New England and spelled pissa or pissah.

    Well, that helps.
    Considering Bostondevil lives in eastern New England, her statement about Kevin Garnett is spot-on.


    I am a Blue Devil worshiper!

  2. #6722
    Quote Originally Posted by Turk View Post
    So is mutton, especially when it's nice and lean....
    One of our local bbq chains has lamb on the menu. My brother-in-law likes to go in and order mutton. The person taking the order is always confused so he has to change his order to lamb. The order taker then hollers back to the kitchen - Mutton!

  3. #6723
    Quote Originally Posted by DukieInKansas View Post
    Is that even possible with an Easy Bake Oven? Can MythBusters check that out?
    If it is possible, Sue is just the type of "cook" to find out.

  4. #6724
    Quote Originally Posted by Turk View Post
    So is mutton, especially when it's nice and lean....
    and the tomato is ripe.

  5. #6725
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2535Miles View Post
    If it is possible, Sue is just the type of "cook" to find out.
    Riddle me this, Batman. Have you EVER eaten anything I've cooked? It's a yes or no question.

  6. #6726
    Quote Originally Posted by DukieInKansas View Post
    One of our local bbq chains has lamb on the menu. My brother-in-law likes to go in and order mutton. The person taking the order is always confused so he has to change his order to lamb. The order taker then hollers back to the kitchen - Mutton!
    Heheh, that's funny.

  7. #6727
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    Quote Originally Posted by YmoBeThere View Post
    I don't know how I am going to make it to 4,465 yet alone 5,000. The shift from Mongolia to ???(not sure any more where I am headed now) has been tough.
    What's at 4465? Err, what WAS at 4465? I've missed a day or two here. Let's see what else is on the thread.

  8. #6728
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2535Miles View Post
    In my opinion, the secret to a great sandwich is a lot of thinly sliced meat rather than a little bit of thickly sliced meat. It also helps if someone else makes the sandwich for you.
    Agreed. See the Woody Allen at the Carnegie Deli.
    Last edited by devildeac; 12-10-2008 at 05:17 PM. Reason: spelling

  9. #6729
    Quote Originally Posted by sue71 View Post
    Riddle me this, Batman. Have you EVER eaten anything I've cooked? It's a yes or no question.
    No.

    The real question is: Would I eat anything you've cooked?

  10. #6730
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    Quote Originally Posted by YmoBeThere View Post
    I think it depends upon the meat being used...if you have a meatloaf sandwich I think you are better off with a thicker slice of meatloaf.

    Meatloaf isn't meat you say?
    And a lot of ketchup, preferably Heinz. Ooops, another cross-thread reference.

    It's meat, just shaped into a loaf. Unless, of course, you are referring to "I'll do Anything for You but I Won't Do that."

  11. #6731
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    If the meat is spam, the slice should be thick.

  12. #6732
    Can a person function w/o their sinuses? Is it possible to have them removed?

  13. #6733
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2535Miles View Post
    Can a person function w/o their sinuses? Is it possible to have them removed?
    Some birds don't have sinuses.

  14. #6734
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    Quote Originally Posted by DukePA View Post
    I'm going to try and help out with getting the LTE numbers higher. Okay, so I have a rotten cold and 22 patients to see today. Blahhhhhhh. I don't like working when I'm a slug. My hands are like sandpaper from all the washing.

    I'm done whining. Now on to pleasant topics: this weekend is my annual cookie baking weekend. Ymmmmmmm
    How was the oyster roast?

  15. #6735
    Quote Originally Posted by Fish80 View Post
    If the meat is spam, the slice should be thick.
    I concede this point as well. Mmmmm spamwich.

  16. #6736
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2535Miles View Post
    That's a good point, I do like my meatloaf sandwich with thicker slices of meat, but not as thick as a plated serving. How many other "atypical" types of sandwich meat can you name?
    souse meat

  17. #6737
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2535Miles View Post
    I like to make sandwiches with someone, and then trade sandwiches.
    I like to trade beers

  18. #6738
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lavabe View Post
    Ymm, Capicola!
    That's not "atypical," just a spicy ham.

  19. #6739
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    Quote Originally Posted by Turk View Post
    So is mutton, especially when it's nice and lean....
    I would have preferred it barbecued in WW

  20. #6740
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fish80 View Post
    If the meat is spam, the slice should be thick.
    If the meat is spam, the sandwich should be tossed or banned.

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