What are you Eating/Drinking?

Discussion in 'The Rumble Strip' started by Super-Supra, Jul 21, 2003.

  1. flanylla

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    Lemon tea! Soothes my throat :3

    OFFTOPIC ALERT, I MAY REPOST THE BELOW TEXT IN A NEW THREAD
    Also, I will never touch alcohol because any kind of drugs don't really interest me unless they're used medicinally (in which I uh, call them medicines). On an unrelated note I think cannabis should be legalised to an extent (as a prescribed, heavily controlled medicine) in the UK as it does have a lot of medical purpose. I mean it's a plant and I'm also all for natural medicine when necessary over synthetic stuff that does one thing and creates another problem
     
  2. kikie

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    I mixed some stuff in a blender and put other stuff in it (without blending). Delicious.
     
  3. TexRex

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    Mmm, stuff in stuff.

    :p
     
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  4. Touring Mars

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    Eating: Sainsbury's Somerset Brie on Jacob's cream crackers. Don't be fooled - not all Bries are the same. The Tesco shop 100 yards away has 'Cornish Brie', which is a bit like eating an IKEA plastic model of Somerset Brie - I'm currently using a wedge of it to keep my kitchen door open. Somerset Brie, on the other hand, is about the most incredible, mythical, magical substance not to be prohibited by current UK law. It's absolutely amazing in every way, with or without crackers.

    Drinking: Alcohol-free vodka, lime and tonic with fresh lemon. As the name suggests, this is really just lime, tonic and lemon and (it must be said) doesn't quite have the same effects as a non alcohol-free vodka, lime and tonic (otherwise known as a vodka, lime and tonic). The positive effects are that it doesn't produce any hangovers, joint pain, dodgy tummy or loose bowels like its vodka-containing counterpart; negative effects include increased lucidity and typing ability, which is allowing me to post incredible waffle like this.
     
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  5. coryclifford

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    I need to find a trapizzino.

    That's not a hot pocket...
     
  6. TB

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    There are a lot of "natural" things that will kill you if consumed. Don't assume something is safe just because it grows, walks or swims.
     
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  7. coryclifford

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    Alcohol is made from plants and water...
     
  8. W3HS

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    The sugar cane the constitutes the rum I drink often has a good go at trying to kill me.
     
  9. Law93

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    Grapes come from a plant. Medicine makes you feel better.
    Red wine or white wine come from grapes. Wine makes you feel better. Drink more wine, it's natural medicine.
     
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  10. W3HS

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    Opium comes from a plant...
     
  11. coryclifford

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    Coca.
    Cocoa.
    Coffea arabica.
     
  12. axletramp

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    You can kill a man with a bunch of bananas.
     
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  13. kikie

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    You can kill a man with too much water on an empty stomach.
    You can kill a dog with a lot of chocolate.

    :D
     
  14. W3HS

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    Hey, Mr Tallyman....
     
  15. axletramp

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    "...I KILL YOU WITH BANANAS!!!"

    Seriously though, you could freeze and whittle them to a deadly point, stick them on a broom handle...
     
  16. kikie

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    Chicken curry spread on bread.
     
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  17. Law93

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    Thank you for ending the madness that was taking place:lol:
     
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    Ooh, pretty...but I'm disappointed that the tots aren't in the taco.
     
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  20. TB

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    Some of them did migrate that way. :D
     
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  21. SecretAgentZero

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    Smartest idea I've had today.
     
  22. kikie

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    A slice of Cheese Fenugreek with Abricot jam and raw spinach on whole grain spelt bread. It is surprisingly very tasteful.
     
  23. axletramp

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    Eggs. Just to annoy everyone around me.

    Great success. :tup:
     
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    Blended Cashew nuts, Brazilian nuts, Walnuts, Almond, Hemp seeds, water and honey. I added raisins, Pumpkin seeds, Sunflower seeds, pine nuts and coconut blossom sugar.
     
  25. axletramp

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    Pacific Oysters. A client has just dropped off a box of 50 at the studio. Going simple with finely chopped shallots in red wine vinegar and a dash of Tabasco. Magic.
     
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  26. W3HS

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    Sister in law turned up with a pack of beers.

    Who am I to refuse?

    Why do people keep buying me beers when they know I’m supposed to be getting sober?
     
  27. GTV0819

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    A good drink I had earlier. :sly:

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  28. W3HS

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    That’s completely subjective... ;)
     
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  29. GTV0819

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    Well actually, it's just only barely good IMHO. There are still much better beers that I have drank around before. :lol:
     
  30. W3HS

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    Id like to say something alone the lines of “don’t get me wrong, a beer is a beer...” but when it comes to Bud I think I’d rather stay sober. :lol:
     
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