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Thread: Scary
Post by: Impacter(343349)
2008-05-23 21:10:38
http://vow.plit.dk/cgi-bin/vow.pl?_cmd=and%20your%20mom's%20gender
Post by: suepahfly(59692)
2008-05-24 08:31:08
"You are dead, create a new wrestler to play again. You can access ShowChar, AllMatches, ShowMatch, CharSearch, Messages, PlayerList while dead"

I can't see it :D Tell me ;)
Post by: suepahfly(59692)
2008-05-24 08:32:57
Hello SuEpAhFlY, I know it's you. Confess!
now we are in the command loop and your mom's gender IS UNKNOWN - CONTACT SOMEONE

Erm, I swear, it wasn't me!!!
Post by: movied14(366452)
2008-05-24 13:02:17
any1 wanna battle
Post by: Impacter(343349)
2008-05-24 13:55:29
NOOB!!! STOP SPAMMING MY THREAD!!!!
Post by: legendary wolf(38655)
2008-05-24 19:16:38
the command loop is oooold, you dug it out of an old thread i take it.

also

Post by: Impacter(343349)
2008-05-24 20:14:47
lol I should try some of that spam
Post by: jmallonee(34807)
2008-05-24 20:22:56

Southwestern Grilled Stuffed Spamburger Hamburgers

Recipe By :n/a
Serving Size : 3 Preparation Time :0:00
Categories : Grilling Sandwiches

Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method
-------- ------------ --------------------------------
1 can Spam luncheon meat - (12 oz)
6 tablespoons shredded Monterey Jack with jalapeños
3 lettuce leaves
9 slices avocado
1/2 cup garden vegetable salsa -- drained
3 tablespoons sour cream
3 soft tortillas

Cut Spam into 3 (1/2-inch) thick slices. Using a knife, carefully make a
pocket in each slice of Spam to within 1/2-inch on all sides. Fill each
pocket with 2 tablespoons cheese.

Grill or heat burgers over medium heat until golden brown on both sides
and cheese is melted, turning once. Place lettuce on top half of each
tortilla. Top with burger, avocado, salsa and sour cream. Fold edges of
tortilla inward.

This recipe yields 3 servings.

Post by: Dyna Mike Duncan(127082)
2008-05-24 20:39:22
YUUUUUUUUUUUUUUK!!!!
Post by: jmallonee(34807)
2008-05-24 20:52:20
rofl :)
Post by: suepahfly(59692)
2008-05-25 04:56:15
sigh... i need a beer now! :p
Post by: Impacter(343349)
2008-05-25 10:49:52
Looks yummy:(
Post by: Impacter(343349)
2008-05-25 12:47:27
Im having my dad make that for lunch
Post by: mob(23502)
2008-05-25 13:18:42
"Mmmm... Fattening"

... Homer.
Post by: suepahfly(59692)
2008-05-25 14:15:17
I find Ray a bit scary too, sometimes... :(
Post by: Impacter(343349)
2008-05-25 17:26:44
That better be good I just went out and bought some spam
Post by: jmallonee(34807)
2008-05-26 08:08:15
lol
Post by: Impacter(343349)
2008-05-26 10:45:16
MMMMM I just had an amazing spam and eggs breakfast
Post by: suepahfly(59692)
2008-05-26 11:36:49
I had a jelly sandwich:D
I must say it sounds better then it is.

And why on earth do i get this stupid stinking peanut butter attached to it, when i google a jelly sandwich on google-immages!

YUK
Post by: Impacter(343349)
2008-05-26 11:52:15
LOL. Although people eat jelly sandwiches PBJs are the best
Post by: Dyna Mike Duncan(127082)
2008-05-26 12:50:41
Jelly sandwiches always make me laugh - in the UK 'jelly' is a desert, what Americans call 'Jello' I think.

I keep picturing Americans trying to eat trifle between two slices of bread :P
Post by: The Legend Killer(21778)
2008-05-26 13:16:41
I always thought that "Jelly" sandwiches were jam sandwiches.
Post by: Captain Stupendous(38517)
2008-05-26 13:50:13
Yeah, in the US the words "jelly" and "jam" are used interchangeably.
Post by: Dyna Mike Duncan(127082)
2008-05-26 14:06:11
And there's no such thing as a jam sandwich either!!!

It's a JAM BUTTY!!!!
Post by: legendary wolf(38655)
2008-05-26 16:10:46
great now i fancy a jam butty. Thanks. -.-
Post by: suepahfly(59692)
2008-05-26 18:36:55
Lovely how people finally listen to what the fly says :)

In Flandres, we call it "Ne boterham met gelei"
"Boterham" being the sandwich and "gelei" being Jam :D
Of course some nerds call it "jam" too, but pronounced all flemish :D And others call it "confituur", "spijs" or even "glé".


Now after this short intermezzo of flyish rubbish, you guys should go to bed! :D
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