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The Gary Major Brteajfast Special from the 70's
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Sqwertz
2021-11-21 15:44:53 UTC
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A frozen (8-10 weeks old?) reheated fast food cheeseburger.

Now I see why White Castle doesn't put pickles on their 6-packs of
burgers sold in the grocery store freezer section. Ugh.

-sw
jmcquown
2021-11-21 16:46:35 UTC
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A frozen (8-10 weeks old?) reheated fast food cheeseburger.
Hmmm, I don't think the ones he says he buys and freezes are the Quarter
Pounders. IIRC he buys them plain, not fully dressed. Whatever.
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Now I see why White Castle doesn't put pickles on their 6-packs of
burgers sold in the grocery store freezer section. Ugh.
-sw
Yeah, that would be stupid. So would freezing burgers with lettuce &
tomato.

Jill
Sqwertz
2021-11-22 00:16:27 UTC
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A frozen (8-10 weeks old?) reheated fast food cheeseburger.
Hmmm, I don't think the ones he says he buys and freezes are the Quarter
Pounders. IIRC he buys them plain, not fully dressed. Whatever.
That's not a Quarter Pounder(tm), Mr. Hamburglar. That's a burger
King cheeseburger.
Oops. I thought I was replying to Bryan. "Hamburglar" doesn't fit
you - how about you can be Big Bird instead? He/she (has it ever
laid an egg?) is pretty respectable, right?

-sw
jmcquown
2021-11-22 00:23:33 UTC
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A frozen (8-10 weeks old?) reheated fast food cheeseburger.
Hmmm, I don't think the ones he says he buys and freezes are the Quarter
Pounders. IIRC he buys them plain, not fully dressed. Whatever.
That's not a Quarter Pounder(tm), Mr. Hamburglar. That's a burger
King cheeseburger.
Oops. I thought I was replying to Bryan. "Hamburglar" doesn't fit
you - how about you can be Big Bird instead? He/she (has it ever
laid an egg?) is pretty respectable, right?
-sw
Steve, I know you're having vision problems but please try not to
confuse me with Bryan! LOL I like birds so Big Bird is fine. ;)

Jill
bruce bowser
2021-11-23 20:42:22 UTC
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https://i.postimg.cc/sXgMzyB5/1970-s-Major-Special.jpg
A frozen (8-10 weeks old?) reheated fast food cheeseburger.
Hmmm, I don't think the ones he says he buys and freezes are the Quarter
Pounders. IIRC he buys them plain, not fully dressed. Whatever.
That's not a Quarter Pounder(tm), Mr. Hamburglar. That's a burger
King cheeseburger.
Oops. I thought I was replying to Bryan. "Hamburglar" doesn't fit
you - how about you can be Big Bird instead? He/she (has it ever
laid an egg?) is pretty respectable, right?
Careful, he'll probably add that to his porn hub conversations.
i***@webtv.net
2021-11-21 20:50:31 UTC
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A frozen (8-10 weeks old?) reheated fast food cheeseburger.
Now I see why White Castle doesn't put pickles on their 6-packs of
burgers sold in the grocery store freezer section. Ugh.
-sw
The pickle would have killed it for me even if it were fresh.
Michael Trew
2021-11-21 23:25:35 UTC
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A frozen (8-10 weeks old?) reheated fast food cheeseburger.
Now I see why White Castle doesn't put pickles on their 6-packs of
burgers sold in the grocery store freezer section. Ugh.
-sw
The pickle would have killed it for me even if it were fresh.
You don't like pickles on burgers? So as long as it's a dill pickle,
good deal!
i***@webtv.net
2021-11-21 23:37:44 UTC
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The pickle would have killed it for me even if it were fresh.
You don't like pickles on burgers? So as long as it's a dill pickle,
good deal!
Not on ANY sandwich; on the side is fine though.
Dave Smith
2021-11-22 00:22:13 UTC
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The pickle would have killed it for me even if it were fresh.
You don't like pickles on burgers? So as long as it's a dill pickle,
good deal!
Not on ANY sandwich; on the side is fine though.
When I was a kid my mother often made grilled cheese sandwiches for
lunch. We used to slice sweet pickles in anticipation of the hot grilled
cheese and would immediately pop them open, slip the thing slices of
pickle in and then close them up again.
Michael Trew
2021-11-22 16:39:49 UTC
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The pickle would have killed it for me even if it were fresh.
You don't like pickles on burgers? So as long as it's a dill pickle,
good deal!
Not on ANY sandwich; on the side is fine though.
I'll take them either way. If on a sandwich, however (just like
tomatoes), it has to be put on right before consumption, to not sog the
bread.
Sheldon Martin
2021-11-21 23:51:27 UTC
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YIK!
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A frozen (8-10 weeks old?) reheated fast food cheeseburger.
Now I see why White Castle doesn't put pickles on their 6-packs of
burgers sold in the grocery store freezer section. Ugh.
-sw
The pickle would have killed it for me even if it were fresh.
You don't like pickles on burgers? So as long as it's a dill pickle,
good deal!
I don't like pickles on burgers, I like pickles with burgers,
fermented whole crisp garlic dills. People who eat those awful limp
vinegary pickle slices on burgers it's only to cover up the putrid
mystery meat.
Sqwertz
2021-11-23 19:24:32 UTC
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I don't like pickles on burgers, I like pickles with burgers,
fermented whole crisp garlic dills. People who eat those awful limp
vinegary pickle slices on burgers it's only to cover up the putrid
mystery meat.
Those limp dick pickles are salt cured pickles. They suck. They're
soaked in a saturated salt solution for up to a year after pickle
season, then desalinated, then vinegar, water and spices added, then
cooked and bottled for the fast food places and some retail
manufacturers (like Mt. Olive Pickles, bleh!).

Always look for "Fresh Pack" pickles and pickle chips if not the
lacto-fermented ones in the fridge section (expensive). But not all
refrigerated pickles are lacto-fermented - such as Claussen.
Clausen just aren't cooked/sterilized/sealed to be shelf stable.

I've got 2 quarts/3 pounds of asparagus spears fermenting this week
($.87/lb). My farts and pee are going to smell AWESOME!

-sw
Hank Rogers
2021-11-24 00:21:48 UTC
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I don't like pickles on burgers, I like pickles with burgers,
fermented whole crisp garlic dills. People who eat those awful limp
vinegary pickle slices on burgers it's only to cover up the putrid
mystery meat.
Those limp dick pickles are salt cured pickles. They suck. They're
soaked in a saturated salt solution for up to a year after pickle
season, then desalinated, then vinegar, water and spices added, then
cooked and bottled for the fast food places and some retail
manufacturers (like Mt. Olive Pickles, bleh!).
Always look for "Fresh Pack" pickles and pickle chips if not the
lacto-fermented ones in the fridge section (expensive). But not all
refrigerated pickles are lacto-fermented - such as Claussen.
Clausen just aren't cooked/sterilized/sealed to be shelf stable.
I've got 2 quarts/3 pounds of asparagus spears fermenting this week
($.87/lb). My farts and pee are going to smell AWESOME!
-sw
You and Popeye are two of a kind.

If one of yoose die, the other will follow from loneliness.

But I think Popeye has 100 lb of asparagus fermenting. And he has a
100% mexican wife.

You loose. But you can still compete with kuth.
jmcquown
2021-11-22 00:10:00 UTC
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A frozen (8-10 weeks old?) reheated fast food cheeseburger.
Now I see why White Castle doesn't put pickles on their 6-packs of
burgers sold in the grocery store freezer section. Ugh.
-sw
The pickle would have killed it for me even if it were fresh.
You don't like pickles on burgers?  So as long as it's a dill pickle,
good deal!
I don't like pickles, period.

Jill
Michael Trew
2021-11-22 16:40:49 UTC
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A frozen (8-10 weeks old?) reheated fast food cheeseburger.
Now I see why White Castle doesn't put pickles on their 6-packs of
burgers sold in the grocery store freezer section. Ugh.
-sw
The pickle would have killed it for me even if it were fresh.
You don't like pickles on burgers? So as long as it's a dill pickle,
good deal!
I don't like pickles, period.
Jill
I didn't for years, but tastes change over time (at least for me). I
could never stand the sweet bread/butter pickles, but I do like a good
dill pickle.
cshenk
2021-11-26 23:07:28 UTC
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A frozen (8-10 weeks old?) reheated fast food cheeseburger.
Now I see why White Castle doesn't put pickles on their
6-packs of burgers sold in the grocery store freezer section.
Ugh.
-sw
The pickle would have killed it for me even if it were fresh.
You don't like pickles on burgers? So as long as it's a dill
pickle, good deal!
I don't like pickles, period.
Jill
I didn't for years, but tastes change over time (at least for me). I
could never stand the sweet bread/butter pickles, but I do like a
good dill pickle.
I like them in sweet and dill, but the relish chop I have no use for.

I've never really liked 'sweet foods' much but for me, a side 'dessert'
of sweet 'bread and butter' pickles on the side of a meal works. JUst a
few slices of them.

Sqwertz
2021-11-23 03:00:27 UTC
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A frozen (8-10 weeks old?) reheated fast food cheeseburger.
Now I see why White Castle doesn't put pickles on their 6-packs of
burgers sold in the grocery store freezer section. Ugh.sw
The pickle would have killed it for me even if it were fresh.
You don't like pickles on burgers? So as long as it's a dill pickle,
good deal!
She hates parts of everything and wants it tailored to her tastes.
She's the "Semi-Julie". She doesn't hate all of it whatever it is,
just parts of it - even if its a pre-made fast food burger from
Burger King - Motto: "Have it Her Way!"

-sw
i***@webtv.net
2021-11-23 03:48:35 UTC
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The pickle would have killed it for me even if it were fresh.
You don't like pickles on burgers? So as long as it's a dill pickle,
good deal!
She hates parts of everything and wants it tailored to her tastes.
She's the "Semi-Julie". She doesn't hate all of it whatever it is,
just parts of it - even if its a pre-made fast food burger from
Burger King - Motto: "Have it Her Way!"
-sw
You don't like burgers or whatever dish you are eating fixed to your
liking? If I'm paying for it you can damn well better believe it will
be tailored to my taste.
Cindy Hamilton
2021-11-23 09:38:25 UTC
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The pickle would have killed it for me even if it were fresh.
You don't like pickles on burgers? So as long as it's a dill pickle,
good deal!
She hates parts of everything and wants it tailored to her tastes.
She's the "Semi-Julie". She doesn't hate all of it whatever it is,
just parts of it - even if its a pre-made fast food burger from
Burger King - Motto: "Have it Her Way!"
-sw
You don't like burgers or whatever dish you are eating fixed to your
liking? If I'm paying for it you can damn well better believe it will
be tailored to my taste.
I've been doing it wrong all these years. I often make food at home
that has ingredients or condiments that I don't like.

Who knew?

Cindy Hamilton
i***@webtv.net
2021-11-23 20:34:22 UTC
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I've been doing it wrong all these years. I often make food at home
that has ingredients or condiments that I don't like.
Who knew?
Cindy Hamilton
Then why do it?
Sqwertz
2021-11-23 19:29:59 UTC
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She hates parts of everything and wants it tailored to her tastes.
She's the "Semi-Julie". She doesn't hate all of it whatever it is,
just parts of it - even if its a pre-made fast food burger from
Burger King - Motto: "Have it Her Way!"
You don't like burgers or whatever dish you are eating fixed to your
liking?
Not SOMEBODY ELSE'S food, no.
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If I'm paying for it...
You didn't. I did.

-sw
i***@webtv.net
2021-11-23 20:33:37 UTC
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She hates parts of everything and wants it tailored to her tastes.
She's the "Semi-Julie". She doesn't hate all of it whatever it is,
just parts of it - even if its a pre-made fast food burger from
Burger King - Motto: "Have it Her Way!"
You don't like burgers or whatever dish you are eating fixed to your
liking?
Not SOMEBODY ELSE'S food, no.
Post by i***@webtv.net
If I'm paying for it...
You didn't. I did.
-sw
You don't like comments of food you have prepared?? Don't post pictures,
but that's why you post pictures, hoping of ooh's and aah's.
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