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Speaking Of Cheesy Food Products

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Bubba Ray Boudreaux, Apr 2, 2007.

  1. Bubba Ray Boudreaux

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    I must reminisce about Moab for a second..................................

    Pulled the Camelbak off so I could load up my ultra uber cool $4.99 Fastenal shaded safety glasses that double for cool guy shades. I wear them in lieu of my soon to be replaced $40 dollar ultra uber cool policeman shades so I don't wreck the high dollar shades when I'm off duty. Yes, I'm a cheap bastard.

    So I open up one of the Camelbak pouches and low and behold, I find a couple of packets of cheese crackers that went along for the Fins and Things Blazer Bash dirt bike trail ride. Although it's a known fact that I will eat just about anything, I don't think I will partake just at this moment.
     
  2. Cricket

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    Nothing beats a moldy Velveeta log. :D
     
  3. surpip

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    jsut cut the green stuff off, its still good
     
  4. mofugly13

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    Yeah, my Grandma would sh!t if we cut the mold off cheese and threw it away, she grubbed on that stuff.
     
  5. surpip

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    on the mold?
    nasty
     
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    mofugly13 1 ton bucket of rust Premium Member

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    Yeah man, on the mold! Not anything like Bubba's talkin' aboot, but the white stuff that forms on cheddar and jack and such. Hell, lots of fine cheeses are moldy, brie and such. To her, it was a delicacy, I try it from time to time to see if my taste buds have changed their mind, it's ok, it's a bit tangy.
     
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    hummm
    ate some weird stuff in weird country's
    think ill pass on the cheese mold
     
  8. Cricket

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    I'll take moldy cheese over processed peanuts any day.
     
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    Cricket is a good man, none shall challenge him while I stand.

    Yeha, my dad ate moldy cheese too. He's dead though.
     
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    Wow, that's almost as bad as our Motorcycle Deputies scrounging around the SAR trailer looking for leftover peanuts. :p:
     
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    Search And Rescue
     
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    Seems obvious in retrospect.
     
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    Obvious retrospection is convexly introspective. :D
     
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