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Old 02-10-2013, 10:28 PM   #306121
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I've never been a fan of cottage cheese. It always looks and smells appetizing, but is never umami enough. Must find a way to make it taste better.
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Old 02-10-2013, 10:49 PM   #306124
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so the next time i'm flying through JFK, i'm going to make sure i ask for the operations supervisor and make a huge stink
With your bowel issues, you're always making a big stink.
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Old 02-10-2013, 10:50 PM   #306125
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That sounds more like something specific to your school or that you didn't pick the easy social studies/ethnic studies class.
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Not everything can taste like your jelly donuts, Mr. Fatteh.

Yeah, as we drove through Santa Cruz on Saturday, his point of reference was the doughnut shop. Such a fatteh.
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Can you ask TSA to feel me up a lot less? Or a lot more. Either one.

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At a cheeseburger and piece of french toast today. Epic dieting fail. My only redeeming things I can say to myself is that it was a home made burger with no mayonnaise or fries, and it was only half a piece of french toast.
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This is weird, writing an essay; I haven't done one in years. It's not bad since it's only 2 pages double spaced and not very difficult, but it sure it going slow.
This should be interesting considering you can barely write 2 sentences without fobbing out.
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Not everything can taste like your jelly donuts, Mr. Fatteh.

We put a man on the moon and we can't make cottage cheese taste good? Fail.
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At a cheeseburger and piece of french toast today. Epic dieting fail. My only redeeming things I can say to myself is that it was a home made burger with no mayonnaise or fries, and it was only half a piece of french toast.
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It was the most memorable thing about that boring little town.
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That sounds more like something specific to your school or that you didn't pick the easy social studies/ethnic studies class.
No, it's actually a specific requirement because the class requires you do 16 hours of community service. They won't let you graduate unless you've done it. Liberal Studies and Social Justice or something like that is the category of class it is under.
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French toast...
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We put a man on the moon and we can't make cottage cheese taste good? Fail.
Add fruit. Problem solved. Preferably peaches and pears

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