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Old 07-07-2019, 10:09 PM   #51
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He didn't bring mayonnaise. All is good
WTH is wrong with mayo. Needed for sammiches
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Old 07-07-2019, 10:11 PM   #52
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We eat like kings as a group on Sat night.. Brisket , pulled pork ribs etc ....all stuff presmoked, packaged correctly, frozen and preheated.. and we mesquite grill a lot of ribeyes, tablitas, fajitas, chicken wings, burgers, jap poppers, etc, etc ....and guess what! We still hunt too!?!....I know unbelievable..


Thursdays and Fridays are good grills as well but not near as involved. We have a gas grill on premises if we are just doing sausage or some quick cheap pork chops on the non Sat nights. Always a big breakfast on Saturdays as well as a group. And we hunted again before it.!! We rarely eat a lunch because the breakfast is big and later. When there is low attendance I will eat sandwiches in place of a late breakfast and grill sausage, boudain and burgers too just for myself.. but camp life is a big part of our hunting lease and if there is a good group of folks in camp, I like to do it up right and usually do most of that cooking.. We eat, we drink, we converse, we laugh and we kill ****!!....
And you drink like Nancys when Clay dub shows up
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Old 07-07-2019, 10:23 PM   #53
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I bring quick meals to eat at the lease. If I want a good cooked meal I’ll eat in town.
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Old 07-07-2019, 10:23 PM   #54
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Oh hell naw. I eat extremely well at home and extremely well on our place. Not skimping on food when i dont skimp on arrows, bows, feeding year round,electricity, and all the other extras!! Just dont make any sense not to eat well. Just sounds lazy not too after spending all that time and money.
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Old 07-07-2019, 10:33 PM   #55
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My buddy in college used to get himself a pack of white bread and a couple cans of dintymore potted meat and eat on that for the week. Stuff smelled worse than the dog food factory in Nac


...hard pass!
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Old 07-07-2019, 10:35 PM   #56
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Old 07-07-2019, 10:35 PM   #57
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WTH is wrong with mayo. Needed for sammiches

Mayo fan on my sammich here as well.



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And you drink like Nancys when Clay dub shows up


Do what? We start with the keystone toast tradition but I end with whiskey or vodka. . Clay breaks out his Zima


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Old 07-07-2019, 10:39 PM   #58
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I have been in the opposite boat. A buddy asked me a few years ago if I wanted to go with him to his lease for doe patrol. I brought a fresh bag of crappie filets to which he insisted on cooking. Was awful! Didn't think u could f-up a crappie but this man found a way. Guessing he fried them using the ole low and slow technique.
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Old 07-07-2019, 10:41 PM   #59
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I would just as soon turn down a hunt as a guest to a nice place to kill a free animal or not offer to pay of gas and ice on someone else boat , then show up with out some thing decent to eat and a bottle or two of my host favorite brand of whiskey as a token of appreciation
I get a laugh each time I see or hear this line. In the mid '90's, a buddies grandparents/parents owned a major industrial contractor, mostly heat exchangers and kept a big boat at the Galveston Yacht Club. We were invited many times to go fish and I made a few trips while in college. Once there was a mover and shaker in Beaumont that was invited and he wanted to pay his part and was adamant about that, which was admirable. The owner kept telling him forget about it, to just load up and let's go and he is walking the dock looking for someone to pay for the ice. He finally gets to the dock master's office and wants to pay for the ice on that boat over there. They tell him it's been handled and put on their tab and he is adamant he wants to pay. Well sir, that will be $700, no, I just want to pay for the ice that's all, yes sir, that will be $700 for just the ice. He was a bit embarrassed to say the least. The guy got seasick and never left the inside cabin.
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Old 07-07-2019, 10:46 PM   #60
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Do what? We start with the keystone toast tradition but I end with whiskey or vodka. . Clay breaks out his Zima

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Oh. I thought he had yall corrupted and by the end of the trip everyone was drinkin Zima that he brought
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Old 07-07-2019, 10:58 PM   #61
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I knew a guy that when he left town on Friday, he would buy a dozen Arby’s sandwiches, just meat and bread, that was for whole weekend.
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Old 07-07-2019, 11:07 PM   #62
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I grew up working in restaurants so when I feel like it I end up cooking pretty big meals. I do enjoy a steak over mesquite at deer camp but Iím also just as happy with sausage and tortilla.

Heck my wife is leaving town tomorrow for the week and Iím looking forward to having spam and eggs, spam fried rice and loco moco while sheís gone... sometimes the simple things are pretty good


This guy has to be Hawaiian


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Old 07-07-2019, 11:14 PM   #63
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We eat like kings at deer camp! We are fortunate that our wives are so fond of getting rid of us for a few days... They make all sorts of casseroles both for breakfast and for dinner, then there's always a night or 2 we have steaks, and I mean bigguns... one of the guys is real creative at coming up with the most amazing salads... He usually builds those while I'm grillin'.
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Old 07-07-2019, 11:16 PM   #64
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Sausage and egg tacos with sausage that had been in a ziplock in the freezer 3 years and was rancid. Nope
Never kick in on groceries for a long trip with out helping pick out the groceries.
For 6 people on a 10 day deer hunt they bought 24 cases of beer, 2 cases Dinty Moore beef stew, 1 case Wolf Brand chili, coffee, 2 loaves of bread and 1 dozen eggs. I survived on quail and jackrabbits.
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Old 07-07-2019, 11:46 PM   #65
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OMG, Some people know how to "Meal" and some people just know how to get by. The point is he supplied what he knew how to do, you supplied what you know how to do (yours was better but his was his best). Eat the balonaga and cheese crackers and tell him great job.


This exactly.

The guy is a friend (according to the OP). I wouldnít disinvite my friends from trips because they fail to meet expectations that I never laid out for them. If I invite someone, there are no strings attached. If they offer something up, no matter how small, it is accepted with sincere appreciation.

If itís a joint venture, or they requested the invite, divisions of labor and provisions are clearly delineated.

He helps you fill feeders and brings food. If you think he should do more, tell him. He canít read your mind. Maybe he canít cook a lick and felt it would be inappropriate to bring a meal that his host would have to prepare.

All this to say that heíll probably have no issue providing a meal to suit your discerning palate if he is informed of the camp customs and assured there are willing cooks to do the dirty work.


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Old 07-07-2019, 11:51 PM   #66
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If you’re invited to hunt for free at someone’s place, and you know that they eat like kings, and you can’t splurge for some good food? Well, don’t be surprised if you don’t get invited back now if I’m headed to the lease alone, it’s a loaf of bread and a few pounds of homemade sausage links to throw on the grill
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Old 07-07-2019, 11:51 PM   #67
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I loved being a kid and hunting with my dad. He'd pick me up from school at lunchtime and we'd stop by the store. We bought bread, bologna, mustard, Pringles, vienna sausages, sardines in a can, smoked oysters, crackers, pork skins, powdered donuts, honey buns, and plenty of RC cola.


The other day, my mom told me that he has a favorite sushi....the same man described above. What in the cornbread hell?!?!?!?!?
Moon pies are the only thing I could add to that list. Everything else is exactly what my Pop would get.

The gentleman on the last lease I was on educated my with regards to how to eat good at deer camp. Before that, Earl Campbellís sausage would have been a huge treat.
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Old 07-08-2019, 12:21 AM   #68
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Yall might laugh, but I do a 3 or 4 day hunt after Thanksgiving lunch, and all I bring to the lease are Thanksgiving leftovers. I love it, and it's great food!
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Old 07-08-2019, 06:02 AM   #69
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It wasn't exactly a meal, but some home made venison jerky.

The guy worked in a salt mine and over salted everything he ate. He brought some strips of meat rolled in salt and not even dried. So much salt encrusted on it that it resembled those sugar coated gummy fruit candies...but soft and limp.
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Old 07-08-2019, 06:28 AM   #70
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You sound like a terrible guest to invite, unless your jam up cook wife sent you down with something to heat up

I would just as soon turn down a hunt as a guest to a nice place to kill a free animal or not offer to pay of gas and ice on someone else boat , then show up with out some thing decent to eat and a bottle or two of my host favorite brand of whiskey as a token of appreciation
You sir get it. My dad told me growing up if you don't have the money to go stay at home. I guess how I took it pay your own way don't be a f n mooch.

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Old 07-08-2019, 06:37 AM   #71
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WTH is wrong with mayo. Needed for sammiches
Nope. Can't stand mayo.

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Old 07-08-2019, 06:48 AM   #72
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Sardines in green chiles, some saltines and a can of Van Camps poke n beans.
I like a can of smoked oysters for desert.
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Old 07-08-2019, 06:49 AM   #73
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I can go fancy or go simple.

But, to me, the real issue is the lack of communication and/or courtesy by OPís guest. Every hunting trip Iíve been on there has been some communication by both guest and owner on what food will be provided and by whom. Additionally, I think OPís guest showed some lack of tact or gratitude by not splurging on food when invited to hunt and when he knows how OP likes to eat.
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Old 07-08-2019, 07:01 AM   #74
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I loved being a kid and hunting with my dad. He'd pick me up from school at lunchtime and we'd stop by the store. We bought bread, bologna, mustard, Pringles, vienna sausages, sardines in a can, smoked oysters, crackers, pork skins, powdered donuts, honey buns, and plenty of RC cola.





The other day, my mom told me that he has a favorite sushi....the same man described above. What in the cornbread hell?!?!?!?!?
Sounds like my dad and I when I was growing up.

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Old 07-08-2019, 07:03 AM   #75
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I guess I have it made, I have friend who invites me out to hunt his lease all the time. He brings all the food and beverages. Won't let me bring the food (which would be steak and taters) and we eat like kings. Lets me shoot whatever I want. He said he is doing the inviting and doesn't want me bringing anything. He also does most of the cooking. But I am also the only one that goes with him to the lease in the off season to fill feeders, move/repair stands, etc., including lease members and he appreciates the free help and I appreciate the free hunts. It is a win win for both of us.

And honestly, it isn't about the food you eat or the critters you kill, it is about the fellowship with friends in the outdoors.
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Old 07-08-2019, 07:08 AM   #76
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Breakfast is usually grab and go for me, I'd rather have the extra sleep as opposed to getting up and f'n with breakfast. Lunch is usually brats or burgers, and dinner is the big meal. If someone brings food and pitches in, then I'm not going to gripe. He nor his wife may not cook, and what he brought, he thought he was doing good.
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Old 07-08-2019, 07:11 AM   #77
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Only thing that smells worse than potted meat, is the inevitable potted meat farts. Those should be a torture tactic an GuantŠnamo Bay
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Old 07-08-2019, 07:18 AM   #78
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We eat like kings at deer camp! We are fortunate that our wives are so fond of getting rid of us for a few days... They make all sorts of casseroles both for breakfast and for dinner, then there's always a night or 2 we have steaks, and I mean bigguns... one of the guys is real creative at coming up with the most amazing salads... He usually builds those while I'm grillin'.
This, if you plan ahead, there is no need to eat baboon butthole sammiches. It's not that hard. Vacuum packed brisket, some easily reheated casseroles in foil pans, crock pot meals.But that's just me.
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Yall might laugh, but I do a 3 or 4 day hunt after Thanksgiving lunch, and all I bring to the lease are Thanksgiving leftovers. I love it, and it's great food!
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Old 07-08-2019, 07:30 AM   #80
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Nope. Can't stand mayo.

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Prayers sent. Please say you also can't stand Miracle Whip
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Old 07-08-2019, 07:36 AM   #81
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Our menu at the lease is pretty similar and thatís for the whole lease. Not a low end lease either.

Friday is hot link, sausage night. Occasional pork steaks or someone will whip something up.

Saturday is steak night.

Lunch is sandwiches unless there are left over hot links.






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Old 07-08-2019, 08:03 AM   #82
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Bologna sandwiches taste so much better at the lease.
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Old 07-08-2019, 08:12 AM   #83
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I had a guy that wanted to provide dinner for the weekend since I had invited him out. My wife told me I am crazy if i don't take some food just in case and she was right, the guy showed up empty handed. Does that count?
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Old 07-08-2019, 08:19 AM   #84
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Dang. No sir I am a MW fan. But for macaroni/potato salad mainly. Mustard on sandwiches and burgers.

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Old 07-08-2019, 08:19 AM   #85
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Breakfast is usually grab and go for me, I'd rather have the extra sleep as opposed to getting up and f'n with breakfast. .

Of course.... plus no smelling like it going to the blind. Breakfast for us is post AM hunt or its an early lunch
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Miracle Whip is mayo with sugar in it....If you hate mayo think about using mayo on your favorite foods with it, then sprinkling sugar on that same sandwich or dish ....

Raaaaaalph!..
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Old 07-08-2019, 08:25 AM   #87
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T A C O S. with a good salsa.
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Old 07-08-2019, 08:29 AM   #88
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Taco Soup......

Was Probably One of the Most Entertaining Morning Group text of All Times on the Ranch

PS - I Managed to Skip Eating any
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And vinegar.
Mayo is flavorless to me. Gagging.
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Miracle Whip is mayo with sugar in it....If you hate mayo think about using mayo on your favorite foods with it, then sprinkling sugar on that same sandwich or dish ....

Raaaaaalph!..


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Old 07-08-2019, 09:40 AM   #91
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We didnít have a house and or kitchen at our lease so bagged salad and rotisserie chicken was on the menu a lot
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Old 07-08-2019, 09:51 AM   #92
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I had a guy that wanted to provide dinner for the weekend since I had invited him out. My wife told me I am crazy if i don't take some food just in case and she was right, the guy showed up empty handed. Does that count?
My wife says the same thing, so I try to keep some simple stuff I can whip up
Try to keep a bag of tatters, eggs, and such , even some spam and lunchables samwich spread
I even try to keep a chocolate pecan pie on the ready
The wife is usually 75% right

And there is no room in my life for Nasty MIRACLE WHIP

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“”Is there a difference between mayonnaise and miracle whip?
While the initial basics of mayo and Miracle Whip are the same, egg, soybean oil, vinegar, water, Miracle Whip then goes rogue, adding corn syrup and a proprietary blend of spices to amp it up. ... Turns out, during the Depression, they invented Miracle Whip to be a cheaper alternative to mayo that contained more oil.Feb 7, 2018 “”

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Old 07-08-2019, 10:00 AM   #93
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I remember deer camp dining growing up being eggs and sausage for breakfast, ham sandwiches for lunch and sausage and bread for dinner, and typically we would have some chips and pecan spinwheels. Every once in a while there would be hamburger or something special and backstrap if some one shot something.
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Old 07-08-2019, 10:04 AM   #94
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I remember deer camp dining growing up being eggs and sausage for breakfast, ham sandwiches for lunch and sausage and bread for dinner, and typically we would have some chips and pecan spinwheels. Every once in a while there would be hamburger or something special and backstrap if some one shot something.
Do you eat you Spinwheels whole, or do you uncoil?
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Old 07-08-2019, 10:12 AM   #95
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I go with the sausage / tortilla /mustard...for change up Sardines/crackers/hunk of onion with anything.......Boiled eggs they keep well (boil at home peel before ya eat stay fresh longer that way)
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ďĒIs there a difference between mayonnaise and miracle whip?
While the initial basics of mayo and Miracle Whip are the same, egg, soybean oil, vinegar, water, Miracle Whip then goes rogue, adding corn syrup and a proprietary blend of spices to amp it up. ... Turns out, during the Depression, they invented Miracle Whip to be a cheaper alternative to mayo that contained more oil.Feb 7, 2018 ďĒ



Ahhhh... so it's peasant mayo.....
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Old 07-08-2019, 10:26 AM   #97
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I go with the sausage / tortilla /mustard...for change up Sardines/crackers/hunk of onion with anything.......Boiled eggs they keep well (boil at home peel before ya eat stay fresh longer that way)
Now youíre just advertising that you are from VAN VLECK
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Old 07-08-2019, 10:29 AM   #98
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I loved being a kid and hunting with my dad. He'd pick me up from school at lunchtime and we'd stop by the store. We bought bread, bologna, mustard, Pringles, vienna sausages, sardines in a can, smoked oysters, crackers, pork skins, powdered donuts, honey buns, and plenty of RC cola.


The other day, my mom told me that he has a favorite sushi....the same man described above. What in the cornbread hell?!?!?!?!?
Brother from another mother. That eats list is almost IDENTICAL to my old manís grub list. Replace the nasty AARA-SEE cola with Coca Cola and Bobís your uncle.
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Old 07-08-2019, 10:29 AM   #99
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Do you eat you Spinwheels whole, or do you uncoil?
Depended on how tired I was or how bored I got in the stand! But none the less I am guilty of doing it both ways
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Old 07-08-2019, 10:30 AM   #100
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Spagetti. Worse and cheapest meal ever, period
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