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    (Original post by Danithestudent)
    Pickles-Love 'em or hate 'em?
    Normally i hate them, but sometimes i do like em. Never can be bothered to take em out though, too much like hard work
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    What's the relationship thing got to do with anything? (CHAT alert) Is it a matter of etiquette to pick out bits of your food?
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    Na-HA! The last time i had one (about 5 years ago) I asked for it plain No pickles to pick out or leave in.
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    (Original post by Adhsur)
    What's the date got to do with anything? Is it a matter of etiquette to pick out bits of your food?
    If a guy I was seeing went to McDonalds with me and picked out the pickles, I'd not only dump him I'd slit his throat.

    Pickles are like the best thing in the world.....it offends me if they are wasted
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    (Original post by Danithestudent)
    If a guy I was seeing went to McDonalds with me and picked out the pickles, I'd not only dump him I'd slit his throat.

    Pickles are like the best thing in the world.....it offends me if they are wasted
    maybe you should take that " how evil are you" test
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    (Original post by Danithestudent)
    If a guy I was seeing went to McDonalds with me and picked out the pickles, I'd not only dump him I'd slit his throat.

    Pickles are like the best thing in the world.....it offends me if they are wasted
    You could always ask to have them once he'd taken them out. How romantic... sat in a smelly McDonalds with him lovingly putting his gherkins onto your burger.
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    It's just like one of those questions you ask possible partners.

    marmite,
    George W. Bush
    Pickles
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    (Original post by PadFoot90)
    maybe you should take that " how evil are you" test
    I already did I'm certificate rated R18 (Available only in sex shops) and Pure Evil
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    One of the first questions I asked my boyfriend:

    Are you a cat or dog person?
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    (Original post by blissy)
    You could always ask to have them once he'd taken them out. How romantic... sat in a smelly McDonalds with him lovingly putting his gherkins onto your burger.
    it's not the same then. They are second hand pickles.
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    (Original post by piginapoke)
    Yes
    No
    Yes

    Are we a match?
    Marmite is sick
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    (Original post by piginapoke)
    Obviously we know which he is now!

    *hides*
    LOL that was good.
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    (Original post by Danithestudent)
    it's not the same then. They are second hand pickles.
    WHen I used to have burgers I asked for them not to be put on. How about asking for my portion next time you go? I quite liked relish on my burger the other day (home-made!). That has little bits of pickle in doesn't it?
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    if you have crap in your burger youd take it out
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    (Original post by piginapoke)
    I'll take that as a no.

    I once ate an entire jar of marmite 'raw' for a dare.
    I did the same when I was little. Most of it ended up round my face. My mum came in to find me crying and she washed off all the marmite and my face looked "just like it had been scrubbed raw". I still can't get enough of the stuff, though .


    I HATE it when my bf has eating peanut butter. <wretches>
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    *Stamps foot*

    I don't like this thread name, it gives TOO much away!!!! You want to leave the punters wanting more!
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    (Original post by Danithestudent)
    *Stamps foot*

    I don't like this thread name, it gives TOO much away!!!! You want to leave the punters wanting more!
    <evil eyes>

    YOU LIKE IT. It is useful and polite forum behaviour.
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    (Original post by blissy)
    <evil eyes>

    YOU LIKE IT. It is useful and polite forum behaviour.
    No most ambiguous threads are FUN! And that's the point it makes people read them!

    *cries*
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    *boycotts own thread*

    It's that EVIL big brother again...grrrrr

    (I am sorry I think I have PMS)
 
 
 
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