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and that's how batman became a supervillain
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Séamas Honorary Consul General
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Blaming the dog for your farts is still OK right?
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Séamas posted:
Blaming the dog for your farts is still OK right?


Women don't fart, must be the cats. :lol:
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“A candy that makes you thin”

Amphetimines?
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Love how much text they would put in ads back then.

They really loved to blatherskite.
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Séamas posted:
Love how much text they would put in ads back then.

They really loved to blatherskite.


I think it is more they still felt consumers were worth attempting to cajole with something resembling reason. Now they know that consumers are brain-dead consumerist morons and don't bother appealing to anything beyond emotion.
maurvir posted:
Séamas posted:
Love how much text they would put in ads back then.

They really loved to blatherskite.


I think it is more they still felt consumers were worth attempting to cajole with something resembling reason. Now they know that consumers are brain-dead consumerist morons don't want to waste their time reading ANYTHING and don't bother appealing to anything beyond emotion.

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DEyncourt posted:
maurvir posted:
Séamas posted:
Love how much text they would put in ads back then.

They really loved to blatherskite.


I think it is more they still felt consumers were worth attempting to cajole with something resembling reason. Now they know that consumers are brain-dead consumerist morons don't want to waste their time reading ANYTHING and don't bother appealing to anything beyond emotion.

FTFY

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dv posted:
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:eek:

I have questions! That is more than one sessions worth! How long was this going on before someone noticed the piss-smell!?
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Also, are we expected to believe that the drawer is waterproof?
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upon reflection i think it's pretty wasteful to post something like that on twitter

it has the ability to haunt that kid for years
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well if it's the drawer in your sisters room... it's OK
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macnuke Afar
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plumb line anyone?
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don't worry, gringo, i'm sure the structure is just fine, no problem
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maybe there was a big beam in the way
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ukimalefu posted:
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If they aired that in Chicago it might start a riot. Ketchup on a dog is blasphemy there.
Ketchup is basically candy.
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Ribtor posted:
Ketchup is basically candy.


Yet, it is actually more nutritious than raw tomatoes. Cooking down the tomatoes makes the lycopene and minerals more bioavailable.
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There are much better ways to cook down tomatoes, that don't involve converting the tomatoes into a tomato smoothie.
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obvs posted:
There are much better ways to cook down tomatoes, that don't involve converting the tomatoes into a tomato smoothie.


Agreed. I was just mentioning it because it's one of those ironic times when additional preparation makes a food healthier.

My preferred method is to just cook them down into a stew with a few other ingredients. Same effect without the sugar.
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There are lots of times when preparation makes a food healthier. With the amount of sugar in ketchup, though, I'm not convinced it actually is.
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obvs posted:
There are much better ways to cook down tomatoes, that don't involve converting the tomatoes into a tomato smoothie.


Marinara sauce.

Except I add enough garlic, olive oil, ground beef and red wine to give most people a coronary.

I like heavy sauce.
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