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what's all this double stuffed nonsense?
Paper? Snow? A ghost?
Like when you've spun it an salad spinner for about 20 mins.
Or you are forever to eat wet lettuce sandwiches
lettuce is not a problem. but dem dam tomatoes
WHO PUTS FRUIT AND/OR VEGETABLES IN A SANDWICH?
Idiots, that's who. Idiots.
Ham salad buttie?
CHeese salad buttie?
Anything with salad buttie?
A slice of ham, with a slice of turkey, topped off with some bacon?
Nothing wrong with cheese on its own. Or ham on its own. Or jam.
Too many flavours confuses my delicate tastebuds.
how can you even chew it? do you have to drink it down with water? must be the dryest sandwich ever
plain cheese sandwich.
but it just dont cut it buddy
cut it just before you eat it..
i usually scoop out all the seeds and wetness then cut the tomato down fine
dont butcher the poor thing. seeds and all, thats the way it has been since time immemorial
drying wetness with more wet is madness.
Stop fighting it, embrace it.
but if my bread still gets soggy.. god help you
ill be writing to my ombudsman about you
Tomatoes and lettuces are watery wetness.
Butter, mayo and marge are oily wetness, which keeps to itself and also acts as a barrier between the bread and the rest of your butty to prevent them coming together in soggy union.
So in short: Fuck your ombudsman.
then no letters to ombudsmen will be necessary, instead there'll be a thank-you ham in the mail
It means "most dry". It's one stage up from "almost dryest".
or perhaps dehydrated feet what have been coated in fine sand and dust and then rubbed together ewwwwwww
As you all know, when I open an ice lolly, I open from the end of the wooden stick and start licking that to moisten it for holding. Otherwise, it would be too dry to touch and I wouldn't know the joy of Fabs, and would be one of those people who always get CAllipos wtf.
1. plain cheese sandwich
2. ice lolly sticks (unlicked)
that hasn't been used for ages and is really really dry, probably the dryest thing in the world.
Whatever that is...
any cream has long since dried out
they're so dry they suck all moisture out of of your mouth as soon as you eat them.
fry a chopped onion in a small ammount of oil, add some jeera/cumin seeds. Add a tin of butter beans and a good ammount of tumeric, mess around with it so the tumeric makes a past with the oil and coats the butter beans keep on the heat with occassional stirrings for quite a while (interchange it with other pots (to conserve energy) if you are cooking a curry and rice, or if you cant be messing around too much transfer it to the oven (low heat).