*Used* pattymelts?

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  1. dremu

    dremu Officious Thread Derailer Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    "Pre-owned pattymelts" is the politically correct term............:wink1:
     
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    Pattymelts have the same honorable life path as the firearm cartridge. Beauty and potential all in one package. Left long enough, the pattymelt will get cold, the cartridge would degrade.......... but they are ong lived and waiting for that day you send them to thier ultimate purpose.

    The Pattymelt: A stoic little savory idol for those who follow the path of delciousness to the land of fullfillment. Harken oh ye mortal men, thou art not yet ready for the anomalous beast that is..... the Ultimelt
     
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    I long for the elusive "Pattymelt Omelet"! :p:
     
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    Garlic seasoned hamburger fried in thick petaled onions with butter and salt and pepper. Swiss cheese abounds. Side of marble or caraway rye toast.
     

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