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Old 12-02-2014, 12:40 PM   #6701 (permalink)
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I'll take pickled beets over ice cream or jello anyday. Never had beet soup though. Sounds like something I'd like. Borscht... it's just beet soup.
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Old 12-02-2014, 12:41 PM   #6702 (permalink)
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Why not both? Jello mixed with ice cream can be really good.
That sounds good, and there's other possibilities too. If you mix ice cream with Italian water ice you have gelato (it's what it's called at ice cream shops call it, it's not Italian ice cream with the same name). And if you blend in a blender Jello and Cool Whip together you have parfait.
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Old 12-02-2014, 12:45 PM   #6703 (permalink)
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That sounds good, and there's other possibilities too. If you mix ice cream with Italian water ice you have gelato (it's what it's called at ice cream shops call it, it's not Italian ice cream with the same name). And if you blend in a blender Jello and Cool Whip together you have parfait.
Oh you found my weakness, parfaits are delicious.
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Old 12-02-2014, 12:47 PM   #6704 (permalink)
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Jello is bull****. It's not awful, but there's no reason to want to eat it over any other kind of dessert. It feels like licorice. The kind of thing where people used to eat it back when there weren't any better choices. But in a world of limitless junk food, jello and sorbet and licorice and candy corn are obsolete garbage that need to die.

Also, while I'm on the subject of obsolete foods, **** borsch. We're not dirt poor, Russian peasants whose only other options for food are our shoes. Borsch is disgusting.
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Old 12-02-2014, 12:51 PM   #6705 (permalink)
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The same can be said about cities too.
true enough... it was just a brain fart i suppose. when i picture minnesota i picture really cold and boring suburbs so that's why it came to mind i guess.
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Old 12-02-2014, 01:11 PM   #6706 (permalink)
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Clearly you feel strongly about this issue. But I'm willing to bet someone who is lactose intolerant would disagree with you.
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Does it help any that I only like the first 4 albums??
Toys in the Attic is 1-star material. That album never happened. It's their self-titled, Get Your Wings, and Rocks as their best.
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The radio killed that album. But it was great when it first came out. It's the only one of the four I don't have on iTunes.
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The radio killed that album. But it was great when it first came out. It's the only one of the four I don't have on iTunes.
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Aerosmith killed that album. There's too much going on. Perry and Whitford are comparatively absent, Tyler sings annoyingly, and they went a little crazy with the tempo. It's also unfocused, tell me "Walk This Way" doesn't sound out of place on that album.
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Funny story about that album. I was in high school at the time and they'd let the school store play rock music over the PA during lunch time. One day "Big 10 Inch" comes on. About halfway through the song one of the teacher/monitors bolts out of the cafe and a minute later you hear the needle screeching across the album. We lost rock music privileges after that.



Lyrics for those not familiar:

got me the strangest woman
believe me this trick's no cinch
but I really get her going
when I whip out my big 10 inch

record of a band that plays the blues
well a band that plays its blues
she just love my big 10 inch
record of her favorite blues

last night I tried to tease her
I gave my love a little pinch
she said now stop that jivin'
now whip out your big 10 inch

record of a band that plays those blues
well a band that plays the blues
she just loves my big 10 inch
record of her favorite blues

I, I, I cover her with kisses
and when we're in a lover's clinch
she gets all excited
when she begs for my big 10 inch

record of a band that plays those blues
well a band that plays the blues
she just love my big 10 inch
record of her favorite blues

my girl don't go for smokin'
and liquor just make her flinch
seems she don't go for nothin'
'cept for my big 10 inch (Tyler sung this as "suck on my big 10 inch)

record of a band that plays the blues
band that play the blues
she just love my big 10 inch
record of her favorite blues
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