Divine Roadfood?

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marberthenad
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2004/11/18 22:10:41 (permalink)

Divine Roadfood?

I think I once had a lasagna that looked like Elvis ...

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    Bushie
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    RE: Divine Roadfood? 2004/11/18 23:00:51 (permalink)
    A number of years ago, I was served a plate of enchiladas that looked like an old girlfriend of mine. After it had dried, I had it lovingly framed and packaged and sent to her.

    To this day, she STILL says it's not a "good likeness". She claims that it "makes her look fat"! Geez. Some women, ya just can't please...
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    lleechef
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    RE: Divine Roadfood? 2004/11/19 02:01:28 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by Bushie

    A number of years ago, I was served a plate of enchiladas that looked like an old girlfriend of mine. After it had dried, I had it lovingly framed and packaged and sent to her.

    To this day, she STILL says it's not a "good likeness". She claims that it "makes her look fat"! Geez. Some women, ya just can't please...

    Geeze, Bushie, don't you know that when it got dried and the sauce was still oozing out of course it made her look fat. Hon, you gotta dry those things out until they resemble crystals of TANG for heaven's sakes! Then when they look REALLY SKINNY you send them to the old girlfriend or the wife or whomever! Sheesh! Why do we always always have to educate these guys on such simple topics??
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