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Old 08-17-2013, 02:01 AM   #1
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I don't like Froot Loops. It has to be Fruity Pebbles.



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Get the Guinness Draught, then go to the Waffle House at 3:30am and have breaksfast with the strippers.....forget about the Fruit Loops......

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were talking real decisions were made here.

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The Black and Tan {Porter} is popular on the Old Sod. Pour 50 % Stout and 50% ale in a glass. Don't forget to throw that box of Kiddie Litter in the dumpster.

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were talking real decisions were made here.
Sounds like you made your decision...Call somebody to pick you up, and take you to the Waffle House...dont drive..........
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scattered, smothered, and covered xl, 1 pecan waffle and one original. we know Waffle House here in AZ

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Beer. Definitely the beer. More complete nutrition and fewer empty calories (at least with the real beers!)

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Beer. Definitely the beer. More complete nutrition and fewer empty calories (at least with the real beers!)
I would agree the beer is infinitely more healthy for you.


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