Foods That Make You Angry

  • buiikikaesu

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    Sausages.

    I even hated them before I became vegetarian. Because when you eat them, you teeth pierce the intestine/skin through to the bitty meat which pretty much has fat oozing out of it... and when they go cold, the fat congeals to them... No

    Eck, I feel sick now... Smiley
    I think that description could make anyone hate sausage
    I agree
    January 18th, 2009 at 11:46am
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    I hate that some foods do make you want to eat more, completely blowing whatever eating regime or diet or whatever you're on!
    [Hold on Megan, my Hulk's comin out! :XD]

    It's almost kind of a sort of form of subliminal messaging.
    [creepy food voice] "go on, eat more. you know you wanna..."[/creepy food voice]

    Terrible...Disgust
    January 18th, 2009 at 03:04pm
  • bateman

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    Hulk is sounding more and more like cock each time we say it. :cheese:
    :lmfao

    Crisps make me angry.
    Because I can eat so many of them. -stab-
    January 18th, 2009 at 03:11pm
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    Tyler Durden.:
    Hulk is sounding more and more like cock each time we say it. :cheese:
    :lmfao

    Crisps make me angry.
    Because I can eat so many of them. -stab-
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    PEEN TIME!
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    Crisps make me angry as well...
    I have a bag of them that's been sitting on my bed for about a week now because I can't bring myself to open them because then I'll eat them all and be mad with myself.
    But I also can't be bothered to put them back in the kitchen. Smiley
    :roll:
    January 18th, 2009 at 03:22pm
  • dom howard.

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    Fizzy water. It's bloody awful Yak
    January 18th, 2009 at 08:46pm
  • MAD

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    Heh some of the things people hate are funny...

    Sausages? i mean... that description sounded like the worst quality breakfast sausages. If its bad quality of course it will taste bad!

    Although i will admit most good sausages ARE made with intestine lining... But i don't understand what people's problem is with stuff like that, its actually really good!
    January 19th, 2009 at 04:17pm
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    I hate broccoli. It serves no goddamn purpose and when I see people eat steamed broccoli or steamed carrots I just want to slap it off them and scream WHY?
    :lmfao I had broccoli for dinner tonight. I quite like it. :shifty

    I hate cauliflower. I can't describe the taste, but it's bad. It has no flavor whatsoever.
    January 20th, 2009 at 06:41am
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    I hate broccoli. It serves no goddamn purpose and when I see people eat steamed broccoli or steamed carrots I just want to slap it off them and scream WHY?
    :lmfao I had broccoli for dinner tonight. I quite like it. :shifty

    I hate cauliflower. I can't describe the taste, but it's bad. It has no flavor whatsoever.
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    I have no beef with broccoli either. It's probably one of my favourite vegies.

    But yes, cauliflower is vile. Smiley
    It tastes like mould. Plain and simple mould.
    2 Guns
    January 20th, 2009 at 02:27pm
  • MAD

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    i think some of you guys have your veggies not very well prepared...

    but hay to each their own.

    i hate how even really good gravey congeals when it gets cold and is disgusting.
    January 20th, 2009 at 03:41pm
  • Yanks

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    Everytime I see seafood, I chuck it out the window! :twisted: Ha Ha
    January 20th, 2009 at 06:02pm
  • bateman

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    I like brocolli and cauliflower. :shifty

    Swede.
    Swede makes me angry because I don't like it and everybody says 'Just mix it with your mashed potato!'
    NO. I DO NOT WANT TO MIX SOMETHING GROSS WITH SOMETHING NICE, THANK YOU. :grr:

    :tehe:
    January 20th, 2009 at 07:03pm
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    i don't even know what swede is!
    January 20th, 2009 at 07:56pm
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    Swede.
    It's disgusting.
    When it's cooked you tend to mash it up, and it goes bright orange/yellow.
    It's quite sweet. I don't like it at all.
    January 20th, 2009 at 08:01pm
  • MAD

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    Ah those are turnips.

    Heh

    Funny how we have different names for things in different places.

    I find those don't taste very good at all on their own, and are best made into a layered casserole with cheese, potatoes, carrots and celery root.
    January 20th, 2009 at 09:19pm
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    Ah those are turnips.

    Heh

    Funny how we have different names for things in different places.

    I find those don't taste very good at all on their own, and are best made into a layered casserole with cheese, potatoes, carrots and celery root.
    No, it's not a turnip.
    Turnips are completley white. Swedes have the purplish skin. :shifty
    January 20th, 2009 at 09:26pm
  • MAD

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    they're all turnips my dear, different variety of turnip, thats all.

    what you're saying is like if i said that red grapes and green grapes are all grapes, and you said no grapes are green.

    look it up if you don't believe me, they are all part of the same turnip family.

    heh.

    trust me, I'm a food expert. if theres one thing i know, its food.

    it just so happens that where you live, people call yellow turnips "swedes" and white turnips "turnips".
    January 20th, 2009 at 10:06pm
  • bateman

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    "A rutabaga, a yellow fleshed turnip that is referred to as a swede in the UK, Ireland, New Zealand and Australia."

    Well, whaddya know. :tehe:
    Sorry.

    Okay. RUTABAGAS MAKE ME ANGRY.
    January 20th, 2009 at 10:15pm
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    http://www.greengiantfresh.com/images/yellow_turnips.jpg

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turnip

    here are some examples of web knowledge on the subject, just because i like you.

    edit: you got back to that faster than i thought you would :O
    January 20th, 2009 at 10:15pm
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    ^ :tehe:
    I typed 'Swede' into Wikipedia almost as soon as I finished reading that.

    I don't like any form of turnip, it seems.
    January 20th, 2009 at 10:23pm
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    I bet you almost anything that i could cook it in such a way that you would say:

    "This is delicious, what is this?"

    To which i would reply. "oh thats whipped turnip with a cheese and beur blanc sauce.
    January 20th, 2009 at 10:32pm