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Old 06-23-2011, 04:14 PM   #81
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DAMN...This thread has over 80 hits...Where some picky eaters when it comes to cheese.......
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Yep, ban me.....

Grilled Cheese= American Cheese, its what it was MADE for
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Well, I found the best drink to go with a grilled cheese....

Bacon cup filled with cheese FTW

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DAMN...You did it again....Bacon filled cup of Cheese.......
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DAMN...You did it again....Bacon filled cup of Cheese.......
That belongs on one of those crazy Scott Tissue commercials.
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Can you milk a cat? I wonder what cat cheese would taste like.

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I was looking a Tattoo's on some sight on line and people actually have Cheese Tattoo's on their skin...One girl had Cheese art slung everywhere,front,back.arms and legs....I wish I would of saved the sight...I don't have Tattoo's but I can think of other things to put on other then a Cheese Tattoo...HARLEY-DAVIDSON...Maybe....But not Cheese.............
To me tats of any kind are just as gross as American cheese on Wonderbread sandwiches.
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