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Re: RANTING/VENTING MEGATHREAD 3.0
« Reply #6780 on: July 28, 2017, 10:43:15 AM »
What? You think most people actually want to sit around a camp fire eating nasty ass smores and listening to some idiot on an acoustic guitar? Not even the 5 blunts you rolled can cure that. If someone does that, that's when you say eff it and grab everyone and go off to the nearest podunk bar and see what happens. No, you want to get drunk on cheap beer and whiskey, head down to the beach, screw, blast good music, hop on the pontoon boat and party with other boats, etc.

But back to S'mores- I'm not 6 years old anymore. A mass of sugar between two graham crackers does not sound appetizing in the least. Why don't you go fish or hunt some bullfrogs or find some mushrooms or some wild asparagus so we can actually have real food?

An yes, Reese's Pieces are sublime, but for effs sake people get over the Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. If those, Toblerones, and Ferreros are your idea of good chocolate....blech.

Smores and Peanut Butter Cups....I just don't see it.

You know what would go well with that fish and wild asparagus?

S'mores. :)

But it doesn't end there.

Toss in campfire biscuits with honey butter, and make some hot chocolate or tea, too. Yum.

You can spike your hot chocolate if you want.

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« Reply #6781 on: July 28, 2017, 10:49:45 AM »
:laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

Not just soup. Handmade, high quality soup.

It gets better! He also added, "Not the kind you buy at the market."

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« Reply #6782 on: July 28, 2017, 10:51:14 AM »
got served a brocolli, tomato, orange, banana, chicken and green leaf salad, with a sesame dressing at a restaurant yesterday  :huh:

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« Reply #6783 on: July 28, 2017, 10:51:49 AM »
This guy I'm seeing (Korean) told me I smell like "handmade high quality soup." Now my Western perspective takes this as...not a good thing. But he insists it's a compliment and, in fact, romantic.

I can kind of see why that would be true but has anyone ever heard this before?


Did you ask him what kind of soup? 

Big difference between a nice cream soup or a... kimchi jiggae...  :afro:

lol yes I said that it wouldn't be considered a compliment where I'm from because soup doesn't smell good (you know, on a person) and then he was like "There are many good soup smells in Korea."

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« Reply #6784 on: July 28, 2017, 10:57:40 AM »
A good cheese dongass ruined by an obscene amount of sauce layered on top :cry:

dongass dongass dongass

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dongass all mayo??  :-*

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« Reply #6785 on: July 28, 2017, 11:03:00 AM »
lol yes I said that it wouldn't be considered a compliment where I'm from because soup doesn't smell good (you know, on a person) and then he was like "There are many good soup smells in Korea."

 :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

Most people in general don't want to smell like any kind of food, including Koreans. I'd even have to say ESPECIALLY Koreans. Unless it's something sweet, like cookies. Or some other things.

Maybe he should take you somewhere to experience this soup that supposedly smells good on a person. xD
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« Reply #6786 on: July 28, 2017, 11:15:17 AM »
oh, he really said SOUP!? I thought you had just misspelled SOAP.

청국장? :shocked:

Perhaps his pronunciation is a little off...

Whatever it is, he likes it! ;D
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« Reply #6787 on: July 28, 2017, 11:16:43 AM »
Random rant- S'mores are disgusting. Diabetes between two graham crackers that turns into a goopy pile of crap that makes everyone sticky and messy. You're already out camping and haven't properly bathed for 24 hours with piss poor hygiene, now you want to add sticky sugar to your hands and wash it off with a few splashes of Aquafina?

Right up there with other disgusting trash foods like peanut butter cups, Doritos, Snickers pie, and frosting on cake.

You must be a bundle of joy on a camping trip.

Just toss him some Reece's Pieces, he'll be okay. He just needs his own kind of trash so he doesn't feel left out in the garbage fun.

What? You think most people actually want to sit around a camp fire eating nasty ass smores and listening to some idiot on an acoustic guitar? Not even the 5 blunts you rolled can cure that. If someone does that, that's when you say eff it and grab everyone and go off to the nearest podunk bar and see what happens. No, you want to get drunk on cheap beer and whiskey, head down to the beach, screw, blast good music, hop on the pontoon boat and party with other boats, etc.

But back to S'mores- I'm not 6 years old anymore. A mass of sugar between two graham crackers does not sound appetizing in the least. Why don't you go fish or hunt some bullfrogs or find some mushrooms or some wild asparagus so we can actually have real food?

An yes, Reese's Pieces are sublime, but for effs sake people get over the Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. If those, Toblerones, and Ferreros are your idea of good chocolate....blech.

Smores and Peanut Butter Cups....I just don't see it.

And yes, brown sauce on your delivered and now spongy donkassu is sadness delivered to your home. Brown sauce on the side so the thing stays crispy, please. You can tell which restaurants actually halfway give a shit about their food if they do that by default or not.

Damn man. You need that guy in the other thread to bring extra pills for you?

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« Reply #6788 on: July 28, 2017, 11:28:09 AM »
oh, he really said SOUP!? I thought you had just misspelled SOAP.

청국장? :shocked:

Perhaps his pronunciation is a little off...

Whatever it is, he likes it! ;D

omg now I'm reconsidering this whole thing...maybe he is misspelling "soap" because I WILL HAVE WAYGOOK DOT ORG USERS know that I smell good okay :(

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« Reply #6789 on: July 28, 2017, 11:35:42 AM »
oh, he really said SOUP!? I thought you had just misspelled SOAP.

청국장? :shocked:

Perhaps his pronunciation is a little off...

Whatever it is, he likes it! ;D

omg now I'm reconsidering this whole thing...maybe he is misspelling "soap" because I WILL HAVE WAYGOOK DOT ORG USERS know that I smell good okay :(

It's okay. I smell like doankas and mayonnaise. :undecided:

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« Reply #6790 on: July 28, 2017, 11:38:24 AM »
omg now I'm reconsidering this whole thing...maybe he is misspelling "soap" because I WILL HAVE WAYGOOK DOT ORG USERS know that I smell good okay :(

Let us know which it turns out it is.

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« Reply #6791 on: July 28, 2017, 11:53:03 AM »

You know what would go well with that fish and wild asparagus?

S'mores. :)

But it doesn't end there.

Toss in campfire biscuits with honey butter, and make some hot chocolate or tea, too. Yum.

You can spike your hot chocolate if you want.

Some dried fruit and nuts would go well with that fish and asparagus. In fact that would be an almost perfect match.

Menu A: Lake Perch, Fried frog Legs, Wild asparagus and mushrooms, Dried Fruit, Nuts.

Menu B: Hotdogs on a stick, Smores, Camp biscuits and honey butter. Maybe a can of cold Chef Boyardee to liven things up. Semi-melted Reese's Peanut Butter Cup.

(Hotdogs and camp biscuits aren't the worst, but geez, you're already getting enough sugar with the honey butter)

I'll spike my hot chocolate by throwing out the powdered Swiss Miss and filling my cup with something useful, like some Rebel Yell or Woodford Reserve.

Instead of smores someone could cut straight to the chase and squeeze Hershey's syrup into their mouth and suckle at a Reddi-Whip teat.

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« Reply #6792 on: July 28, 2017, 12:04:22 PM »


What? You think most people actually want to sit around a camp fire eating nasty ass smores and listening to some idiot on an acoustic guitar? Not even the 5 blunts you rolled can cure that. If someone does that, that's when you say eff it and grab everyone and go off to the nearest podunk bar and see what happens. No, you want to get drunk on cheap beer and whiskey, head down to the beach, screw, blast good music, hop on the pontoon boat and party with other boats, etc.

But back to S'mores- I'm not 6 years old anymore. A mass of sugar between two graham crackers does not sound appetizing in the least. Why don't you go fish or hunt some bullfrogs or find some mushrooms or some wild asparagus so we can actually have real food?

An yes, Reese's Pieces are sublime, but for effs sake people get over the Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. If those, Toblerones, and Ferreros are your idea of good chocolate....blech.

Smores and Peanut Butter Cups....I just don't see it.

And yes, brown sauce on your delivered and now spongy donkassu is sadness delivered to your home. Brown sauce on the side so the thing stays crispy, please. You can tell which restaurants actually halfway give a shit about their food if they do that by default or not.

You are a miserable old git. There is a small part of me that feels sorry for you at times, because I think you may be a bit of a Billy no-mates. The feeling passes rather quickly.

oh, he really said SOUP!? I thought you had just misspelled SOAP.

청국장? :shocked:

Perhaps his pronunciation is a little off...

Whatever it is, he likes it! ;D

omg now I'm reconsidering this whole thing...maybe he is misspelling "soap" because I WILL HAVE WAYGOOK DOT ORG USERS know that I smell good okay :(

 :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: surely he means soap. He must mean soap.

 :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: Oh you smell so pretty, I love it when you smell like 쑥국, it's my favourite....grrrr
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Re: RANTING/VENTING MEGATHREAD 3.0
« Reply #6793 on: July 28, 2017, 12:13:26 PM »

oh, he really said SOUP!? I thought you had just misspelled SOAP.

청국장? :shocked:

Perhaps his pronunciation is a little off...

Whatever it is, he likes it! ;D

omg now I'm reconsidering this whole thing...maybe he is misspelling "soap" because I WILL HAVE WAYGOOK DOT ORG USERS know that I smell good okay :(

 :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: surely he means soap. He must mean soap.

 :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: Oh you smell so pretty, I love it when you smell like 쑥국, it's my favourite....grrrr

I've asked for clarification and am awaiting a response. I don't know why it didn't occur to me that he could've meant soap but everything he said could also apply to soup, even if it's a bit of an odd thing to say.

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« Reply #6794 on: July 28, 2017, 12:17:18 PM »
Waygook.org user Mr.DeMartino - you're a pretty good poster most of the time, but like, I literally can't even figure out what you're talking about right now.

Also soup smells good. People who smell like soup also smell good.

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« Reply #6795 on: July 28, 2017, 12:35:04 PM »

oh, he really said SOUP!? I thought you had just misspelled SOAP.

청국장? :shocked:

Perhaps his pronunciation is a little off...

Whatever it is, he likes it! ;D

omg now I'm reconsidering this whole thing...maybe he is misspelling "soap" because I WILL HAVE WAYGOOK DOT ORG USERS know that I smell good okay :(

 :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: surely he means soap. He must mean soap.

 :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: Oh you smell so pretty, I love it when you smell like 쑥국, it's my favourite....grrrr

I've asked for clarification and am awaiting a response. I don't know why it didn't occur to me that he could've meant soap but everything he said could also apply to soup, even if it's a bit of an odd thing to say.

This is totally going to be my new insult/compliment. Keep people wondering what I really mean hahahaha
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Re: RANTING/VENTING MEGATHREAD 3.0
« Reply #6796 on: July 28, 2017, 12:43:29 PM »
got served a brocolli, tomato, orange, banana, chicken and green leaf salad, with a sesame dressing at a restaurant yesterday  :huh:


That sounds good (only the inclusion of banana seems a bit odd).  Throw in some crunchy noodles too. 

Some dried fruit and nuts would go well with that fish and asparagus. In fact that would be an almost perfect match.

Menu A: Lake Perch, Fried frog Legs, Wild asparagus and mushrooms, Dried Fruit, Nuts.

Menu B: Hotdogs on a stick, Smores, Camp biscuits and honey butter. Maybe a can of cold Chef Boyardee to liven things up. Semi-melted Reese's Peanut Butter Cup.

I see nothing wrong with either of those menus.  Not a fan of honey butter though.  It is possible to have a palate appreciative of both sets of flavors. 

oh, he really said SOUP!? I thought you had just misspelled SOAP.

청국장? :shocked:

Perhaps his pronunciation is a little off...

Whatever it is, he likes it! ;D

omg now I'm reconsidering this whole thing...maybe he is misspelling "soap" because I WILL HAVE WAYGOOK DOT ORG USERS know that I smell good okay :(

Plenty of soups smell good!  Plenty of soaps smell... interesting.  It is very important to discern which specific soup/soap he meant! 

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« Reply #6797 on: July 28, 2017, 12:46:56 PM »
Some dried fruit and nuts would go well with that fish and asparagus. In fact that would be an almost perfect match.

Menu A: Lake Perch, Fried frog Legs, Wild asparagus and mushrooms, Dried Fruit, Nuts.

Menu B: Hotdogs on a stick, Smores, Camp biscuits and honey butter. Maybe a can of cold Chef Boyardee to liven things up. Semi-melted Reese's Peanut Butter Cup.

(Hotdogs and camp biscuits aren't the worst, but geez, you're already getting enough sugar with the honey butter)

I'll spike my hot chocolate by throwing out the powdered Swiss Miss and filling my cup with something useful, like some Rebel Yell or Woodford Reserve.

Instead of smores someone could cut straight to the chase and squeeze Hershey's syrup into their mouth and suckle at a Reddi-Whip teat.

Love how you like to pretend that Menu A and Menu B are like the only combinations possible. You know better than that.

My personal menu: Fish, campfire biscuits with honey butter (don't want the honey butter, don't use it -- I make my own, btw, using clarified butter and real honey. If you haven't tried it, you don't know what honey butter really tastes like), whatever veggies or FRESH fruit that are handy. S'mores are for dessert.

If you don't want the added sugar, don't eat it, but I've done just fine eating the occasional s'more and I've kept myself fit and healthy without any issues. Never eating sweets =/= healthiest person present.

Dried fruits and nuts are for snacking. I'm not going to pretend I'm in a game of survivor and include it as part of an actual meal. If others want to, then more power to them, but I save the jerky and trail mix for the actual trail. Not sure what kind of camping you've done, but the kind I go on has you burning a shit-ton of calories, and you're gonna want to eat whatever's available by the end of the day -- trail mix is an important snack to help you get to that meal, but it wouldn't be enough to sate that kind of hunger. A lot of dried fruit has enough sugar in it to be a candy bar, btw, so unless you've dried it yourself, enjoy your loaded sugar bombs. Works as a great boost while on the move on a hot day, though.

And I said hot chocolate, not hot cocoa. I know in today's world we don't really differentiate between the two, but I'm telling you there is a difference. But I'm not going to pass up the Swiss mix, either. I enjoy that as well.

And s'mores are way better than hershey's syrup mixed with canned whipped cream. You may as well say that the veggies you find out in the woods are no better than weeds. :) But to each their own. If you don't want to eat s'mores, it just means there's more for the rest of us. 
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« Reply #6798 on: July 28, 2017, 12:48:39 PM »
Anyone get a G-Chock battery replaced without the warranty card? I could do it myself, but it takes a pretty specific battery, and I haven't found one. I don't want to just take it to the normal jewelry watch guy, and was told by the G-Shock store that I shouldn't as they have had quite a few cases where they don't do it correctly. They also said that they could change it if I had the warranty card (bought in America, so need the actual card). If not, does anyone know of a battery shop or something of the sort? This also needs to fit in this thread, so... &#^@* *&$&#^. Why can't they just put a battery in it in exchange for money? Wasted my time going to the damn place! Also, once with a really cheap watch I went to a small local spot to change the battery, and I swear they put in a used one, because it died like 2 months later...

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« Reply #6799 on: July 28, 2017, 01:00:14 PM »
You are a miserable old git. There is a small part of me that feels sorry for you at times, because I think you may be a bit of a Billy no-mates. The feeling passes rather quickly.

It's the ranting and venting thread. Don't take me too seriously on this. I fully realize how utterly ridiculous it is.

I just say someone mention smores on another thread and I decided to go off on them. Literally barf inducing food that comes from the same part of the mind that gave us Snickers pie and throws bacon, chicken breast, cheese, and ranch dressing on a salad.

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My personal menu: Fish, campfire biscuits with honey butter (don't want the honey butter, don't use it), whatever veggies or FRESH fruit that are handy. S'mores are for dessert.

If you don't want the added sugar, don't eat it, but I've done just fine eating the occasional s'more and I've kept myself fit and healthy without any issues. Never eating sweets =/= healthiest person present.

Dried fruits and nuts are for snacking. I'm not going to pretend I'm in a game of survivor and include it as part of an actual meal.
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You're right on the fresh fruit. Honestly I have no idea why I said dried. It's camping, not survivor. That being said, I'd much rather have fresh fruit and nuts as a dessert than Smores, Snickers Pie, or hard icing cavities on a plate cake.

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And s'mores are way better than hershey's syrup mixed with canned whipped cream.

Two graham crackers do not make a pile of preserved sugar better.

Then again, I'm not in the norm. I usually don't even put syrup on my pancakes.