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2 hours ago, salmonellapancake said:

Impaled- "The Dead Still Dead Remain"

Music for the drive to the therapist. Makes me feel even crazier than I am! Haha

What a scenario. Why don't you try Mozart or something and see how that affects you? I love classical music. 

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10 minutes ago, Requiem said:

What a scenario. Why don't you try Mozart or something and see how that affects you? I love classical music. 

Yes, Mozart is great. I generally only listen to Metal in the car. I figure it's appropriate cause everyone in my town is old and conservative so it's cool to fuck with them by playing crazy music. 90% of the time Mayhem is playing in ny car.

 

Not sure how much of that made sense, I'm baked like a potato.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, salmonellapancake said:

Yes, Mozart is great. I generally only listen to Metal in the car. I figure it's appropriate cause everyone in my town is old and conservative so it's cool to fuck with them by playing crazy music. 90% of the time Mayhem is playing in ny car.

 

Not sure how much of that made sense, I'm baked like a potato.

 

 

 

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It all made sense pretty well.

What makes less sense is the actual popularity of the baked potato. It’s really not that great a food. In fact I prefer potato mashed, roasted and in potato salad before I’d go for baked. 

 

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16 minutes ago, Requiem said:

It all made sense pretty well.

What makes less sense is the actual popularity of the baked potato. It’s really not that great a food. In fact I prefer potato mashed, roasted and in potato salad before I’d go for baked. 

 

Mashed is the superior form of potato, I agree. Baked takes second for me though. To each their own potato, I suppose.

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19 minutes ago, salmonellapancake said:

Mashed is the superior form of potato, I agree. Baked takes second for me though. To each their own potato, I suppose.

So you’re saying it’s a potato/potarto sort of thing?

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I’ll just chip in here and wedge my way into the conversation. I don’t think KFC in Australia even have wedges. I don’t want to get salty, but my temper’s getting fried about this potato wedge famine here. Management should find themselves in hot oil over this.

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7 hours ago, Requiem said:

I’ll just chip in here and wedge my way into the conversation. I don’t think KFC in Australia even have wedges. I don’t want to get salty, but my temper’s getting fried about this potato wedge famine here. Management should find themselves in hot oil over this.

PUNS UPON PUNS UPON PUNS. also that is a travesty that they don't have them in 'stralia. Does anyone actually call Australia "'stralia" in Australia? 

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4 minutes ago, salmonellapancake said:

PUNS UPON PUNS UPON PUNS. also that is a travesty that they don't have them in 'stralia. Does anyone actually call Australia "'stralia" in Australia? 

The average man on the street usually slurs it, "straya", or if they're trying their hardest, "Astraya". As a nation we struggle with pronouncing the L in our country's name. Naturally @True Belief and I don't fraternise with the working classes and always use the Queen's English correctly. 

There are a lot of mental vegetables in this country. Brains like potatoes. 

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8 hours ago, Requiem said:

The average man on the street usually slurs it, "straya", or if they're trying their hardest, "Astraya". As a nation we struggle with pronouncing the L in our country's name. Naturally @True Belief and I don't fraternise with the working classes and always use the Queen's English correctly. 

There are a lot of mental vegetables in this country. Brains like potatoes. 

Haha well kudos to you two for not being brain dead!

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7 minutes ago, salmonellapancake said:

Hey everybody. So what do you guys like in your baked potato?

Butter and/or sour cream, possibly some chives or green onion, maybe a little bit of crumbled bacon and cheddar. Oh and salt, that sounds like a no-brainer but do not forget that fucking salt.

 

I'd just like to say how happy I am that this thread is coming together so well.

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1 hour ago, FatherAlabaster said:

Butter and/or sour cream, possibly some chives or green onion, maybe a little bit of crumbled bacon and cheddar. Oh and salt, that sounds like a no-brainer but do not forget that fucking salt.

 

I'd just like to say how happy I am that this thread is coming together so well.

Not only salt but also pepper. My personal favorite is just sour cream and chives. Some times i also like to mix in some bacon and/or cheese though. Once in a blue moon I'll have one with cheese butter, which is oh so naughty but also so right.

 

Yeah man I love this thread. I assume it was your work, getting it started?

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15 hours ago, salmonellapancake said:

Hey everybody. So what do you guys like in your baked potato?

Queso cheese sauce.  Maybe jalapenos too.

13 hours ago, salmonellapancake said:

Not only salt but also pepper. My personal favorite is just sour cream and chives. Some times i also like to mix in some bacon and/or cheese though. Once in a blue moon I'll have one with cheese butter, which is oh so naughty but also so right.

 

Yeah man I love this thread. I assume it was your work, getting it started?

What is cheese butter?

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8 hours ago, salmonellapancake said:

It is essentially butter and cheese mixed into one amazing melted solution on a baked potato. 10/10 would cheese butter again

That sounds both really good and horribly unhealthy at the same time.  I will have to try it sometime.

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