Discussion in 'Big Brother Strikes Back' started by Katya Jade, May 21, 2003.
Dang, John. You threw me a curve ball with the buffalo chicken sandwich.
Now I'm hungry.
I ate a turkey sammich.
And not just any cheese.
Special cheese. Cheese used by more than just me but no more than 2 people total. Oh, such great cheese. I felt bad eating it because it's just so special...
So you're eating community cheese?
That's just wierd, man. Wierd.
Well, in this instance, the community is only composed of myself and my girlfriend.
Well, that's a different story. That's sexy community cheese and entirely acceptable in the culinary world.
Sexy community cheese?
Well, I don't know if I like the sound of that or not, but it certainly is interesting.
If a bottle of wine and sparse clothing is involved, it becomes sexy community cheese.
Unless it's American cheese. In which case, it's not sexy and is just wrong.
What about White American cheese?
Well, uh, there wasn't any wine nor sparse clothing involved...
So was it sexy community cheese?
I think the sexiest of all the cheeses is the kind in those aerosol cans.
In that case, James, it was just sensuous cheese.
And those aerosol cheese make me feel funny in special places.
Whoa there, Kate. Wayyyyy too much info. I don't care how they make your nose hairs feel when you spray your nostrils!
Speaking of...I think we might go to our favorite Mexican restaurant. Being on a health kick, though, I will have the shredded chicken salad.
Oh bah! Get the chimichanga, Kate! It wants you to eat it!
I went to a local Mexican restaurant here last weekend, and saw all kinds of exotic platters on the menu: rattlesnack, alligator, ostrich, buffalo, and 'soft' tacos. Craziness.
Yeah, their chimi's are really good, but I'm trying to stay in training so I'll just be a good girl and order the boring salad.
Aren't rattlesnakes considered an endangered species? They are in Eastern NC.
Rattlesnakes? (I almost typed in 'rattlesnacks', yumm)
I'm 90% sure they're not endangered here. There's probably a different species of rattlesnack in NC as opposed to the ones all over west Texas, Mexico, and the southwestern states.