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Ugh - 2019-05-21
why do you folks keep posting abortions on the front page i'm trying to eat
cognitivedissonance - 2019-05-21
This is my secret shame comfort food. Bake up the cheapest, tiniest canned biscuits you can find (sometimes 2 for $1), split those up, spoon a dollop of deviled ham on there, cure for the blues.

Want to go wild? Make some Bisquick, put a can of Underwood Deviled Ham in the batter, stir. Add a dollop of Dijon mustard and a handful of grated cheddar, bake regularly. Dank family Christmas treat.
Robin Kestrel - 2019-05-21
One meat sandwich please mother.
Chicken the Did - 2019-05-21
White people food checklist:

White bread
Flavorless processed meat mush
cognitivedissonance - 2019-05-21
It’s far from flavorless!

SolRo - 2019-05-22
If anything I’d say American white people food is typically artificially over-flavored (but under-spiced), too salty and/or sugary. On top of which layers of other strongly flavored condiments are slathered.

cognitivedissonance - 2019-05-22
Especially mid-20th century... the amount of flavor necessary to be distinguishable through the layers of tar on every adult’s tongue prevented people at parties from accidentally eating napkins.

Binro the Heretic - 2019-05-21
Underwood meat spreads were some of my favorite childhood junk food.
betamaxed - 2019-05-21
The way in which you could separate the Jews from the gentiles based on what's in their lunch bag.
Miss Henson's 6th grade class - 2019-05-21
Apparently the US's oldest trademark, dating from the 1840s.
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