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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by docgab, Apr 28, 2006.

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Tried saltines in milk?

  1. Tried it: Loved it.

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  2. Tried it: Hated it.

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  3. Are you nuts that sounds nasty!!

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  4. Nekkid as a jaybird slathered in saltines and milk

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  1. docgab

    docgab 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    saltines in milk? mmmmmm good chit as long as you eat it before it gets waaaaaay soggy. gotta be salted saltines too as the unsalted make it taste crappy.

    Come to think of it, why do they call unsalted saltines saltines?? Wouldn't they then be unsaltines??:confused:
     
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    Never tried it, but it sounds good.
     
  3. big dan

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    My dad used to eat that all the time when I was a kid. of course I wanted to be just like him and started eating it. It was like a desert. I was always asking if I could have some. Dont do it much any more but its still good.:wink1:
     
  4. chevyfumes

    chevyfumes Court jester

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    Never but when I was a kid I'd chew up a hand ful l and spit them back out to make a saltine sammit...:haha: Yes I was a sick lil focker, I should write a book on how to gross out the babysitter...
     
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    You still grossing them out or is that what your wife has taken to calling herself?:D


    Milk, no, that's what cereal is for. Chili, yes.
     
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    I put saltines in my tomato soup, and I eat them when I'm sick and can't keep food down. It's easy to stuff those salted cardboard squares into your mouth and not think aboot food!
     
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    Cornbread and milk is good. I also just had a bowl of peaches and cottage cheese, yum yum.
     
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    Cottage cheese sounds good. Seen that commercial where that guy is eating "cottage cheese" out of the milk carton? :shudder:
     
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    Put some peaches or fruit cocktail in it, it's good man.
     
  10. diesel4me

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    Saltine Chowda...

    I never ate Saltines in milk like cereal,but have piled enough on fish or clam "chowda" to be more like mush!..its GOOD!...:wink1:

    Another thing I heard about and tried was Popcorn in milk,like cereal--suprisingly,its very good!..I've had microwave Popcorn in milk instead of cereal a few times every couple of weeks...:crazy:
     
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    Now that I think aboot it, that makes sense. Many breakfast cereals are made out of corn.
     
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    chevyfumes Court jester

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    I ate a dead goldfish with a fuzzy blue eye once...didnt taste very good but it was worth the free beer and 5 bucks...
     
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    I dont know about saltines and milk.:p: :p: ..............But a cracker dipped in Beaver Oil is one tasaty treat........Yum.........
     
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    Ya, but beaver oil is like ranch dressing, it makes everything better!
     
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    Nope...nope...nope. Improper use of tools.:haha:
     
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    Sounds like something a pregnant woman thought up. Like the Pickles dipped in Ice Cream.
     

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