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Old 10-12-2007, 03:02 PM   #21
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Old 10-12-2007, 04:34 PM   #22
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OMG....I leave for a few mminutes and now it's come down to this ^^^^^^^^ ???????
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One of my all-time favorite oxymorons, FAT-FREE HALF & HALF!

Half & half is, as it's name suggests, half cream and half milk (or pipe tobaco, but that's a DIFFERENT half & half). If you remove the fat from cream, you get skim milk. If you remove the fat from milk, you get skim milk. Therefore, fat free half and half is, hands please....?

Actually, what you're getting is a chemical potion formulated to look and taste like half-and-half, with a fat content low enough to meet the federal guidelines for a "fat-free" label. If you look at the ingedients on any brand of fat-free half & half, you will find the following five ingredients: nonfat milk, milk, corn syrup solids (sugar), artificial color, and sugar. Most will also contain carageenan, which is a seaweed extract designed to thicken the skimmed milk and give it a "creamy" consistency. It's also been known to cause, in some people, a really bad case of the Step-and-Fetch-its.
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Old 10-12-2007, 04:47 PM   #25
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How about chicken fried steak? Is it a chicken or is it a steak? Or buffalo wings?
LOL - it's steak that is breaded and fried like chicken. But, the one that gets me is "chicken fried chicken". What???
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How about anything prefixed with "Mc"

Mc-Fish....Mc-Chicken. I don't think so.
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Got another no explanation needed.Pigs in a blanket.
Which pigs in a blanket, the breakfast sausage rolled up in a pancake type, the hot dog rolled up in a Pillsbuy crescent roll type, or the ground meat and rice rolled up in a cabbage leaf type?
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LOL - it's steak that is breaded and fried like chicken. But, the one that gets me is "chicken fried chicken". What???

Love chicken fried Chicken Mike...delicious!!


Boneless Ribs????
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Old 10-12-2007, 06:00 PM   #30
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