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2021-04-23 12:16:07 AM  
Amazing.

There's even an entire channel of these videos.

OUTSTANDING!
 
2021-04-23 1:52:11 AM  
Are they back in hat form?

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2021-04-23 1:53:50 AM  
You misspelled "disgusting" subby.
 
2021-04-23 2:19:09 AM  
How to Tie a Hangman's Noose Knot
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2021-04-23 2:48:02 AM  
I'll Be Glad When You're Dead
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2021-04-23 3:53:27 AM  
This will feed... *pause*... *sigh*... 3 to 6 people. :(
 
2021-04-23 4:15:30 AM  
So I know this was a segment from a Weber State University student TV show, but I'm not sure to this day if it was meant to be serious. I'm pretty sure it was meant to be funny and mock the shiatty way college students eat.
 
2021-04-23 4:15:54 AM  
Eating Human Nachos
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2021-04-23 5:01:30 AM  
does it involve a steam-jackhammer and some fireworks? please tell me it does. otherwise I'ma just go make my usual nachos.
 
2021-04-23 5:38:25 AM  
The "viewing the body at a funeral" background music was perfect.
 
151 [TotalFark] [OhFark]
2021-04-23 8:37:13 AM  
General nacho pro tip, try throwing some diced pickles (cucumber guts removed) on em, as a garnish just like you would pico or salsa or whatever your preference is at whatever point you prefer to add "cold stuff" to your nachos.

Yes, even if you don't like pickles. I'm serious. I wouldn't serve it to the general public, but it always blows people's minds when I do it at home.
 
151 [TotalFark] [OhFark]
2021-04-23 8:42:28 AM  
Oh yeah, the reason I thought of pickles was because of the "cheese sauce" in the video. Yes I use it on my nachos at home, cuz I'm lazy and fark making a cheese bechamel when I just want nachos.

Anyway, cut the cheese sauce with some pickle brine in a mixing bowl. Makes it tastier and more viscous, so easier to spread. Since I usually use picked jalapenos on my nachos, and refried beans, I do the same with the beans and jalapeno brine. Again making it more viscous and easier to get on every damn chip.
 
2021-04-23 8:49:51 AM  

151: General nacho pro tip, try throwing some diced pickles (cucumber guts removed) on em, as a garnish just like you would pico or salsa or whatever your preference is at whatever point you prefer to add "cold stuff" to your nachos.

Yes, even if you don't like pickles. I'm serious. I wouldn't serve it to the general public, but it always blows people's minds when I do it at home.


I use pickled jalapeños, I'm not sure how dill brine would be better than that.
 
151 [TotalFark] [OhFark]
2021-04-23 8:50:36 AM  
After watching the video fully, damn you subby. You caught me slippin.
 
151 [TotalFark] [OhFark]
2021-04-23 8:55:06 AM  

NobleHam: 151: General nacho pro tip, try throwing some diced pickles (cucumber guts removed) on em, as a garnish just like you would pico or salsa or whatever your preference is at whatever point you prefer to add "cold stuff" to your nachos.

Yes, even if you don't like pickles. I'm serious. I wouldn't serve it to the general public, but it always blows people's minds when I do it at home.

I use pickled jalapeños, I'm not sure how dill brine would be better than that.


Like I said in my next comment, use both. Sometimes I'm running low on either pickle or jalapeno brine so I cut the queso and/or refried beans with either, but I'll always whip up both those things with some kind of brine to make it stretch so that every single damn chip gets touched by both queso and refried beans.

I guess I forgot to mention that I don't fark around when it comes to nachos. Entire sheet tray, 2 bags of chips, 2 layers. never less.

Yes I'm fat.
 
2021-04-23 9:54:30 AM  
I'm pretty sure this a Repeat.... but it would take to long to dig through the archives to find it.
 
2021-04-23 10:09:52 AM  

NobleHam: So I know this was a segment from a Weber State University student TV show, but I'm not sure to this day if it was meant to be serious. I'm pretty sure it was meant to be funny and mock the shiatty way college students eat.


That was my guess. This had to be satire.
 
2021-04-23 11:55:52 AM  

151: NobleHam: 151: General nacho pro tip, try throwing some diced pickles (cucumber guts removed) on em, as a garnish just like you would pico or salsa or whatever your preference is at whatever point you prefer to add "cold stuff" to your nachos.

Yes, even if you don't like pickles. I'm serious. I wouldn't serve it to the general public, but it always blows people's minds when I do it at home.

I use pickled jalapeños, I'm not sure how dill brine would be better than that.

Like I said in my next comment, use both. Sometimes I'm running low on either pickle or jalapeno brine so I cut the queso and/or refried beans with either, but I'll always whip up both those things with some kind of brine to make it stretch so that every single damn chip gets touched by both queso and refried beans.

I guess I forgot to mention that I don't fark around when it comes to nachos. Entire sheet tray, 2 bags of chips, 2 layers. never less.


lol, I somehow initially misread that as, 'sometimes I'm running low on either pickle or jalapeno brine so I cut [them] with ether.'

/although one supposes that might count as making nachos in the most exciting way possible
 
2021-04-23 12:43:22 PM  

tintar: 151: NobleHam: 151: General nacho pro tip, try throwing some diced pickles (cucumber guts removed) on em, as a garnish just like you would pico or salsa or whatever your preference is at whatever point you prefer to add "cold stuff" to your nachos.

Yes, even if you don't like pickles. I'm serious. I wouldn't serve it to the general public, but it always blows people's minds when I do it at home.

I use pickled jalapeños, I'm not sure how dill brine would be better than that.

Like I said in my next comment, use both. Sometimes I'm running low on either pickle or jalapeno brine so I cut the queso and/or refried beans with either, but I'll always whip up both those things with some kind of brine to make it stretch so that every single damn chip gets touched by both queso and refried beans.

I guess I forgot to mention that I don't fark around when it comes to nachos. Entire sheet tray, 2 bags of chips, 2 layers. never less.

lol, I somehow initially misread that as, 'sometimes I'm running low on either pickle or jalapeno brine so I cut [them] with ether.'

/although one supposes that might count as making nachos in the most exciting way possible


Surely even ether wouldn't produce this level of deprav... hmm hang on, no - n/m
 
2021-04-23 2:30:32 PM  

We Ate the Necco Wafers: This will feed... *pause*... *sigh*... 3 to 6 people. :(


That was the saddest moment. The way he said that you just knew that nobody was coming and he was dreaming of someday having people in his life to laugh with, to share special moments, to alleviate the crushing despair....
 
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