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Old 08-24-2005, 11:54 PM   #1
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What Are You Hungry For?

I myself have been craving pizza....mmmm....pizza.....oh and I need a pizza with MJ on top...ok on the side will do. He's the apple of my eye...lol. always making me grin...or giggle and giggle and giggle......Im sure he'd taste just as nummy as pizza too.......I think Pizza and Mj just go hand in hand. Any one planning on going on a date with MJ anytime in the future best be planning Pizza on the menu......

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Hot fudge cake with vanilla ice cream.
That's what sounds good to me right now.
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Waiting for my guests to arrive so we can dig in to Chocolate Kahlua mousse pie! Didn't have Thai for dinner like I planned, so I am still craving that.
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Before lunch i was starving and desperate for my hamburger with the lot which i was sharing with another girl. It has on it: meat,bacon, egg, pineapple,lettuce, tomato, onion, cheese and of course beetroot. It was sooo delicious.
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A large, cold, glass of mocha malted shake.
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Old 08-25-2005, 07:44 AM   #6
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Old 08-25-2005, 09:42 AM   #7
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Before lunch i was starving and desperate for my hamburger with the lot which i was sharing with another girl. It has on it: meat,bacon, egg, pineapple,lettuce, tomato, onion, cheese and of course beetroot. It was sooo delicious.
Yummm!!!.... You just can't get a good burger like that here unless you make it yourself. (new craving going now)
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Before lunch i was starving and desperate for my hamburger with the lot which i was sharing with another girl. It has on it: meat,bacon, egg, pineapple,lettuce, tomato, onion, cheese and of course beetroot. It was sooo delicious.
Beetroot?? Um....really?
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Beetroot?? Um....really?
YES! Just one big slice of beet from a can. I guess it takes the place of the 'pickle' - - not as intensely vinegar-y as a pickle and adds a nice layer of flavor.
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maybe i could do pickled beet...can take the egg off.....what an odd odd combination!
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