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@EdJames That must be a sight to see at parties and restaurants.  :silly:

Ehh, I knew that I should have put that naked into quotes!

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But you still out salt on your watermelon, right?

Only on occasion.  Even corn on the cob, I used to slather it with butter and pour on the salt.  Now I eat it "naked" 4 times out of 5, then on the 5th time I allow myself a small amount of butter, and a quick dash of salt.

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So no tortillas or chips.

No bueno !
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@EdJames 

 Yesterday, I was sitting on a beanbag chair naked, eating Cheetos and I was flippin' through the television and I saw Robert Tilton. He's a televangelist from Dallas, and uh, he was staring at me. And he said this. He said, "Are you lonely? Have you spent half your life in bars, pursuing sins of the flesh? Are you sitting in a beanbag chair, naked, eating Cheetos?"

“Here’s the truth. Life begins at conception. Government is too big. Our taxes are too high. And our car insurance is too expensive. President Trump is doing a great job. Facts matter more than feelings. The Second Amendment is self-explanatory. And as a doctor, I can assure you there are only two genders.”

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@EdJames 

 Yesterday, I was sitting on a beanbag chair naked, eating Cheetos and I was flippin' through the television and I saw Robert Tilton. He's a televangelist from Dallas, and uh, he was staring at me. And he said this. He said, "Are you lonely? Have you spent half your life in bars, pursuing sins of the flesh? Are you sitting in a beanbag chair, naked, eating Cheetos?"

That must have been one of those smart TVs where a guy like Tilton can see you watching him, I just hope for your sake you didn't add butter or salt to the Cheetos.

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That must have been one of those smart TVs where a guy like Tilton can see you watching him, I just hope for your sake you didn't add butter or salt to the Cheetos.

Too late to warn him about the cheese that goes "crunch."
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@EdJames 

 Yesterday, I was sitting on a beanbag chair naked, eating Cheetos and I was flippin' through the television and I saw Robert Tilton. He's a televangelist from Dallas, and uh, he was staring at me. And he said this. He said, "Are you lonely? Have you spent half your life in bars, pursuing sins of the flesh? Are you sitting in a beanbag chair, naked, eating Cheetos?"
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I love cauliflower, but I am descended from early American colonists and about as colonial as one can get, so what do you expect? I like to melt butter, add seasoned salt, pepper and parsley, and drizzle that over the cooked florets.

Living in the sticks, I have no access to yucca. Does that put me in a "food desert"? Perhaps it's time to protest.
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Unexplained accidents involving Cauliflower lately?  Can they be traced back to AOC attack on the white colonial floret?

Semi carrying cauliflower overturns after blowout

https://www.waltonsun.com/news/20190528/semi-carrying-cauliflower-overturns-after-blowout
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I love cauliflower, but I am descended from early American colonists and about as colonial as one can get, so what do you expect? I like to melt butter, add seasoned salt, pepper and parsley, and drizzle that over the cooked florets.

Living in the sticks, I have no access to yucca. Does that put me in a "food desert"? Perhaps it's time to protest.

Last I heard Yucca is a desert plant, so yeah.  You're now in a "food desert."

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So Sandy from Westchester gets her vegetables from where, exactly? San Diego?
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I had steamed cauliflower w/cheese last night next to a baked fish. I feel so Caucasian right now?
I feel like conquering the world and oppressing people! I don't know why?

Damn that cauliflower!! It is like taking a White people pill!
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I had steamed cauliflower w/cheese last night next to a baked fish. I feel so Caucasian right now?
I feel like conquering the world and oppressing people! I don't know why?

Damn that cauliflower!! It is like taking a White people pill!
Indeed. That's why I'm afraid it will make me listen to Pat Boone and eat a mayo on white bread sandwich.
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Indeed. That's why I'm afraid it will make me listen to Pat Boone and eat a mayo on white bread sandwich.

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Indeed. That's why I'm afraid it will make me listen to Pat Boone and eat a mayo on white bread sandwich.

Even worse Miracle Whip.
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I had steamed cauliflower w/cheese last night next to a baked fish. I feel so Caucasian right now?
I feel like conquering the world and oppressing people! I don't know why?

Damn that cauliflower!! It is like taking a White people pill!

This is what happens when you eat cauliflower.
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