Discussion in Everything & Anything started by kiki, Jul 25, 2009
I would totally pwn you in starfox 64. I have l33t barrel-rolling skillz.
Half the fucking British "terms" are retarded. I'm going to take the lift to my flat and turn on the tele. No. No. No. A crane lifts you, not an elevator.
Where isn't the irony. Homework shouldn't count for anything, let alone 90% of your grade. Just because school is based off effort doesn't mean the retarded kids get to pass and go on to "bigger and better things" when they can't fucking spell.
And why the hell do I always reply on PF at like 1 in the morning. :?
there is no lie in that. it always makes me chuckle. but you have to admit it sounds cool. and remember theres no t in British. its Bri'ish. looooolz
that's not true
accent varies heavily depending on your location in the UK.
Just found this comment under a posting about uncooked hotdogs on some complaint board:
"PORBALY I WOLD GO FOUR THE COCKED ONE BUT THTA IS JSUT PERNOSAL PERFERRENSE,,
I WOLD NAT LOKO DOWN AT SONEOME IF THEY COHOSE THE OHTER ONE
Dr M A CARNARVORO"
Somebody tell me where in these two people do we place this
Like an up butt ?
subtle, but effective, cursing
i raged for a second.
silly people. all hotdogs are cooked. they just need to be warmed.
It's a sausage if it's not cooked.
I guess the bloke got it mixed up mi lad.
You're structure and the lack of capitalization do not please me.
Vienna sausage is cooked.
Thank you! I didnt figure anyone would notice!
Small Mistakes are the best one.
Vienna sausage is just a name for the same thing. It's about 80% chicken, and 10% pork and beef.
so...chicken hot dog. look it up ;D
Where is the other 10%?
The last 10% has whatever the manufacturer wants to put in it.
It is part of the mystery of hotdogs/sausage and why each one is so unique.
Oh I'm sorry i guess i don't know how to read. It should say Vienna Hotdog, but wait I can read! Clearly the label says Vienna Sausage. So it is a sausage, so stick one up yer pooper tits.
Lmfao. That said "cocked".
google how a hotdog is made, lol. makes you wanna eat even more!
usually when a hotdog is made, it's got a bunch of fillers, like "trim" which is mostly animal fat. in a typical hotdog, its got about 80% meat, a mixture of 10% two other meats for flavor, and 10% filler for volume.
"kosher" meats like the bologna and hotdogs usually have little to no fillers, and its about 95% meats and even less filler.
its also more expensive.
the higher the fat content of an item, the lower its cost, but the more Leaner it is, obviously, the more it will end up costing, because it's using more meat.
thats why a good tender steak is always expensive
Thank you for the wonderful insight, Taters.
You sure know your meat. :tard:
This thread has been hijacked.
The new topic is meat meat MEAT. And copypasta is delicious.
By the way, does anyone know how to edit gifs in Fotoshop?
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