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2021-07-13 9:38:03 AM  
Every great culinary article ends with recommending ketchup
 
2021-07-13 10:27:26 AM  
There are home fries or hash browns for this purpose. Aren't life hacks supposed to make lives better?
 
2021-07-13 10:31:26 AM  
cheese OR bacon??
 
2021-07-13 10:54:05 AM  
you missed a comma
 
2021-07-13 11:17:10 AM  
no. i do not want hash browns, home fries, french fries, tater tots, or "breakfast wedges" IN my egg-based morning sandwich. i'll take them on the side, or not at all.

and i shall NOT be "enjoying" them inside my burritos (sorry san diego, i don't even want rice inside my burrito), nor inside my deli style sandwiches (sorry pittsburgh), nor alone in a chip butty (sorry UK).

crispy potatoes are nice. i like to dip them in garlic aioli, or ranch, or a mix of hollandaise and warm egg yolk, or fast-food barbecue sauce, or have them with malt vinegar, but they have NO business blandly taking up space, and getting all soft and soggy, stuffed inside a sammy or wrap.

sorry CLAIRE, but you remain our trash food princess
 
2021-07-13 11:19:17 AM  
I may be in the minority but I'm just not a fan of piling on fries on something already sandwiched between two thick hunks of bread/roll. Looking at you Primanti's.
 
2021-07-13 11:30:17 AM  

luna1580: no. i do not want hash browns, home fries, french fries, tater tots, or "breakfast wedges" IN my egg-based morning sandwich. i'll take them on the side, or not at all.

and i shall NOT be "enjoying" them inside my burritos (sorry san diego, i don't even want rice inside my burrito), nor inside my deli style sandwiches (sorry pittsburgh), nor alone in a chip butty (sorry UK).

crispy potatoes are nice. i like to dip them in garlic aioli, or ranch, or a mix of hollandaise and warm egg yolk, or fast-food barbecue sauce, or have them with malt vinegar, but they have NO business blandly taking up space, and getting all soft and soggy, stuffed inside a sammy or wrap.

sorry CLAIRE, but you remain our trash food princess



Considering how many opinions are in this comment, who else are you referring to with this "our"?   Got a mouse in your pocket?
 
2021-07-13 11:37:43 AM  
Subby exists incorrectly on this planet.
 
2021-07-13 11:39:15 AM  

luna1580: no. i do not want hash browns, home fries, french fries, tater tots, or "breakfast wedges" IN my egg-based morning sandwich. i'll take them on the side, or not at all.
sorry CLAIRE, but you remain our trash food princess


Yes, Claire just overlooks opportunities to celebrate life. I shall be having steak fries cooked golden brown in lard/canola, dusted with sea salt and Herbs de Provence dipped in the beef/veal demi glace gravy covering my sliced rare roast.
 
2021-07-13 11:40:42 AM  
Hash browns and eggs on a cheeseburger is absolutely paradise. If you disagree, fite me IRL.
 
2021-07-13 11:51:55 AM  

luna1580: no. i do not want hash browns, home fries, french fries, tater tots, or "breakfast wedges" IN my egg-based morning sandwich. i'll take them on the side, or not at all.

and i shall NOT be "enjoying" them inside my burritos (sorry san diego, i don't even want rice inside my burrito), nor inside my deli style sandwiches (sorry pittsburgh), nor alone in a chip butty (sorry UK).

crispy potatoes are nice. i like to dip them in garlic aioli, or ranch, or a mix of hollandaise and warm egg yolk, or fast-food barbecue sauce, or have them with malt vinegar, but they have NO business blandly taking up space, and getting all soft and soggy, stuffed inside a sammy or wrap.

sorry CLAIRE, but you remain our trash food princess


I agree that under most conditions, potatoes in a sandwich just effectively waters it down, but I'll make two exceptions:

Thick cut potato chips (like ruffles) in a sandwich with little texture (BBQ pork, tuna fish salad) to give it some crunch.

Wraps of Mediterranean or Middle Eastern origin (shashlik, shawarma, gyro, doner kebab), when they're using very thin wraps (so it's not overly carb heavy) and you don't have time for a sit down meal.   But you need sufficient sauce in there, fries that will hold up (not limp)and things layered well so it feels like it's part of the composition, and not just an afterthought
 
2021-07-13 12:00:31 PM  
Cook's Country mag did breakfast burritos in their latest issue. They used tater tots for the potato.

"Breakfast burritos first appeared on a menu in 1975 at Tia Sophia's in Santa Fe, New Mexico, but now they're beloved around the United States as a handheld, hearty, and customizable morning meal. For our version, we wanted potatoes that stayed extra-crispy. Frozen tater tots, thawed and then smashed flat in the skillet, did the trick. Along with the tots, we added fluffy scrambled eggs; sharp cheddar cheese; and Mexican-style chorizo, which imbued the rest of the burrito with its savory garlic and paprika seasonings. A potent chipotle sour cream sauce provided tang and heat without adding excess moisture, keeping the burritos neat and portable. Browning the rolled burritos in a hot skillet right before serving produced a crispy golden exterior and helped them stay sealed. ."

I've yet to try the recipe, but it sounds yummy
 
2021-07-13 12:10:57 PM  
french fries  aren't served till lunch most places
 
2021-07-13 12:11:59 PM  
Wtf is a sammich?
 
2021-07-13 12:18:22 PM  

luna1580: no. i do not want hash browns, home fries, french fries, tater tots, or "breakfast wedges" IN my egg-based morning sandwich. i'll take them on the side, or not at all.

and i shall NOT be "enjoying" them inside my burritos (sorry san diego, i don't even want rice inside my burrito), nor inside my deli style sandwiches (sorry pittsburgh), nor alone in a chip butty (sorry UK).

crispy potatoes are nice. i like to dip them in garlic aioli, or ranch, or a mix of hollandaise and warm egg yolk, or fast-food barbecue sauce, or have them with malt vinegar, but they have NO business blandly taking up space, and getting all soft and soggy, stuffed inside a sammy or wrap.

sorry CLAIRE, but you remain our trash food princess


Fun little story.

I lived in Pittsburgh for some years and yes, they put fries on every damned thing.

I'm in Budapest with my wife on our way to this little border town to attend my cousin's wedding. We're at a restaurant and order a duck breast sandwich to share. When it was served, there were fries piled into it. We had a good laugh.
 
2021-07-13 12:23:24 PM  

HeartBurnKid: Hash browns and eggs on a cheeseburger is absolutely paradise. If you disagree, fite me IRL.


User name checks out.

luna1580: no. i do not want hash browns, home fries, french fries, tater tots, or "breakfast wedges" IN my egg-based morning sandwich. i'll take them on the side, or not at all.

and i shall NOT be "enjoying" them inside my burritos (sorry san diego, i don't even want rice inside my burrito), nor inside my deli style sandwiches (sorry pittsburgh), nor alone in a chip butty (sorry UK).

crispy potatoes are nice. i like to dip them in garlic aioli, or ranch, or a mix of hollandaise and warm egg yolk, or fast-food barbecue sauce, or have them with malt vinegar, but they have NO business blandly taking up space, and getting all soft and soggy, stuffed inside a sammy or wrap.

sorry CLAIRE, but you remain our trash food princess


I agree for the most part, but the standard potato, egg, and chorizo breakfast tacos (with a side of arbol salsa) you can get from any worthwhile taqueria around here are freakin' amazing.
 
2021-07-13 12:34:03 PM  

Embden.Meyerhof: luna1580: no. i do not want hash browns, home fries, french fries, tater tots, or "breakfast wedges" IN my egg-based morning sandwich. i'll take them on the side, or not at all.

and i shall NOT be "enjoying" them inside my burritos (sorry san diego, i don't even want rice inside my burrito), nor inside my deli style sandwiches (sorry pittsburgh), nor alone in a chip butty (sorry UK).

crispy potatoes are nice. i like to dip them in garlic aioli, or ranch, or a mix of hollandaise and warm egg yolk, or fast-food barbecue sauce, or have them with malt vinegar, but they have NO business blandly taking up space, and getting all soft and soggy, stuffed inside a sammy or wrap.

sorry CLAIRE, but you remain our trash food princess


Considering how many opinions are in this comment, who else are you referring to with this "our"?   Got a mouse in your pocket?


she is the trash food princess of ALL americans.

she described her own diet as "what raccoons eat" in an interview with lifehacker (her employer, the people who made her senior food editor right after that.) and raccoons eat out of dumpsters. the same interview where she said her favorite sandwich is baloney and american cheese on white bread, with mayo on BOTH pieces of bread (she was insistent on that point).

if you consume "american food" this lady is YOUR trash food princess, like it or not! bow to her!

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-are you new around here?
 
2021-07-13 12:40:29 PM  

luna1580: -are you new around here?



Is a 15 year old Fark account "new"?


...with mayo on BOTH pieces of bread (she was insistent on that point).

Oh no!  That's terrible, and in obvious need of disparaging!


At any rate, you sound like you're easily upset by other people's preferences.   Your physical, emotional, and mental health may improve if you figure out how to chill a bit.
 
2021-07-13 12:47:15 PM  

Embden.Meyerhof: luna1580: -are you new around here?


Is a 15 year old Fark account "new"?


...with mayo on BOTH pieces of bread (she was insistent on that point).

Oh no!  That's terrible, and in obvious need of disparaging!


At any rate, you sound like you're easily upset by other people's preferences.   Your physical, emotional, and mental health may improve if you figure out how to chill a bit.


no silly. new to food tab.

making fun of claire is a noble tradition here. because she always deserves it. this is the lady who puts MSG (something i love) on fruit. who writes exciting articles on her discoveries like "Hot sauce tastes good on LOTS of things! EVEN on eggs!" and "When you fry an egg in A LOT of butter it's yummy!"

here, read her interview. she'll be happy to be YOUR trash food princess too!

https://lifehacker.com/im-lifehacker-​f​ood-editor-claire-lower-and-this-is-ho​w-1838199682

and while you let it all soak in, hold this pic of her enjoying "yellow mustard watermelon" tenderly in your heart!

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2021-07-13 12:55:08 PM  

Embden.Meyerhof: luna1580: -are you new around here?


Is a 15 year old Fark account "new"?


...with mayo on BOTH pieces of bread (she was insistent on that point).

Oh no!  That's terrible, and in obvious need of disparaging!


At any rate, you sound like you're easily upset by other people's preferences.   Your physical, emotional, and mental health may improve if you figure out how to chill a bit.


seriously, just let the glory of CLAIRE run through your veins, and your life will be SO hacked you'll wonder how you survived before!

so have a gander! have a gas! get lifehacked and enjoy it!

https://lifehacker.com/author/clairel​o​wer?startIndex=20


(and perhaps you should learn how to take a joke as well)
 
2021-07-13 12:59:37 PM  

luna1580: and i shall NOT be "enjoying" them inside my burritos (sorry san diego)


*Shakes angry fist*

/agree with everything else you said
//really only eat about 1 Cali Burrito a year
 
2021-07-13 1:11:26 PM  

duckpoopy: Wtf is a sammich?


it's similar to a hot dog or a taco
 
2021-07-13 1:12:19 PM  
You're not putting your french fries on your breakfast sammiches, right?
 
2021-07-13 1:12:38 PM  

Embden.Meyerhof: luna1580: -are you new around here?


Is a 15 year old Fark account "new"?


...with mayo on BOTH pieces of bread (she was insistent on that point).

Oh no!  That's terrible, and in obvious need of disparaging!


At any rate, you sound like you're easily upset by other people's preferences.   Your physical, emotional, and mental health may improve if you figure out how to chill a bit.


While my reaction certainly isn't as visceral as Luna's, I think there's a wide gulf between judging the food choices of random people versus expecting someone who's literally paid to write about food to be held to a higher standard than "things that stoned-ass college me would've had second thoughts about cramming into my face-hole."

And I get it--Claire's the self-proclaimed trash food expert. I'm sure her opinions suit the preferences of many Americans. But as long as she's getting multiple links per week in the fark food tab, which has a very different demographic makeup than the US at large, she will continue to receive a fair amount of ridicule.
 
2021-07-13 1:46:28 PM  
Been doing this with leftover fries from Portillo's for years.

/soooooo gooooood
//on a diet
///and now I'm sad
 
2021-07-13 1:51:48 PM  
French fries are great in a California burrito.
 
2021-07-13 1:53:17 PM  
That is true subby. I put them in a bowl, smother them in green chili, add some cheddar cheese and let it sit in a warm oven for a few min. Much better that way
 
2021-07-13 2:03:03 PM  

Ragin' Asian: luna1580: no. i do not want hash browns, home fries, french fries, tater tots, or "breakfast wedges" IN my egg-based morning sandwich. i'll take them on the side, or not at all.

and i shall NOT be "enjoying" them inside my burritos (sorry san diego, i don't even want rice inside my burrito), nor inside my deli style sandwiches (sorry pittsburgh), nor alone in a chip butty (sorry UK).

crispy potatoes are nice. i like to dip them in garlic aioli, or ranch, or a mix of hollandaise and warm egg yolk, or fast-food barbecue sauce, or have them with malt vinegar, but they have NO business blandly taking up space, and getting all soft and soggy, stuffed inside a sammy or wrap.

sorry CLAIRE, but you remain our trash food princess

Fun little story.

I lived in Pittsburgh for some years and yes, they put fries on every damned thing.

I'm in Budapest with my wife on our way to this little border town to attend my cousin's wedding. We're at a restaurant and order a duck breast sandwich to share. When it was served, there were fries piled into it. We had a good laugh.


Lifelong burgh resident,never found them on anything other than Primanti's or a grilled chicken or steak salad.
 
2021-07-13 3:00:02 PM  

Embden.Meyerhof: Your physical, emotional, and mental health may improve if you figure out how to chill a bit.


have a mirror
 
2021-07-13 3:19:27 PM  

olrasputin: I think there's a wide gulf between judging the food choices of random people versus expecting someone who's literally paid to write about food to be held to a higher standard than "things that stoned-ass college me would've had second thoughts about cramming into my face-hole."


A wide gulf, yes.   But a hard cut-off for what's acceptable and what's not - where's that at?   Show me the line that we can agree on.

/hint:  there isn't one
 
2021-07-13 3:19:45 PM  
Asked by White whether he would like a chip butty(white bread sandwich with butter, french fries, vinegar, and salt), Bourdain says: "I don't know that I've ever had one. I've heard of them." White insists: "Delicious. Delicious." Bourdain: "You're an easy man to please."

Anthony Bourdain 'Parts Unknown' in London:
 
2021-07-13 3:20:19 PM  

luna1580: (and perhaps you should learn how to take a joke as well)


Whar joke whar?
 
2021-07-13 3:26:03 PM  
While I do not like potatoes in my sandwiches, there are a couple exceptions.

The first exception is the McDs hashbrowns patty get added to the bacon-egg-and-cheese biscuit or to the sausage mcmuffun with egg. I eat these maybe once every two years or so, and this is the only proper way to eat a McDs breakfast meal.

The second is within the texmex style breakfast burrito. A good salsa is required to go with. This is for breakfast burritos but not breakfast tacos. The tacos are generally too small and can't support all the ingredients that the potato works against.
 
2021-07-13 3:27:44 PM  
Claire is a national treasure. She couldn't life hack her way out of a wet paper bag, but her aesthetics are spot on for Fark.
I, too, am on the Raccoon Diet. Hot link croissants for a midnight snack? Delicious. Leftover pizza in a plastic sack? You spoil me.
Tom Kha Gai me Claire. Hold the mayo.
 
2021-07-13 3:34:00 PM  

scooterstrats: Ragin' Asian: luna1580: no. i do not want hash browns, home fries, french fries, tater tots, or "breakfast wedges" IN my egg-based morning sandwich. i'll take them on the side, or not at all.

and i shall NOT be "enjoying" them inside my burritos (sorry san diego, i don't even want rice inside my burrito), nor inside my deli style sandwiches (sorry pittsburgh), nor alone in a chip butty (sorry UK).

crispy potatoes are nice. i like to dip them in garlic aioli, or ranch, or a mix of hollandaise and warm egg yolk, or fast-food barbecue sauce, or have them with malt vinegar, but they have NO business blandly taking up space, and getting all soft and soggy, stuffed inside a sammy or wrap.

sorry CLAIRE, but you remain our trash food princess

Fun little story.

I lived in Pittsburgh for some years and yes, they put fries on every damned thing.

I'm in Budapest with my wife on our way to this little border town to attend my cousin's wedding. We're at a restaurant and order a duck breast sandwich to share. When it was served, there were fries piled into it. We had a good laugh.

Lifelong burgh resident,never found them on anything other than Primanti's or a grilled chicken or steak salad.


Del's in Bloomfield. Max and Erma's. Fuel and Fuddle in Oakland. Double Wide Grill on the South Side. The Elbow Room in Shadyside. I don't even know if these places are operating, but when I had out of town friends and family visiting, I had to make a special request to keep fries and cheese on the side, otherwise, their dish would be smothered.
 
2021-07-13 3:34:39 PM  
Argument: potatoes are a starch They do not belong on bread (another starch). Her breakfast sandwich is ridiculous. After some soul searching and introspection I admit I have had corned beef hash with a couple of eggs broken on top and spooned it onto my buttery, toasted rye bread. There, I said it.
 
2021-07-13 3:38:04 PM  

Embden.Meyerhof: luna1580: (and perhaps you should learn how to take a joke as well)

Whar joke whar?


who can say? declaring claire as the nation's "trash food princess"? that's my personal pet name for her! she just went with "eats raccoon food". although i DID see this comment on one of her articles. the article proclaiming we all need to eat hot, grilled dill pickles this summer. we had a thread on it.

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some farker must be in love with her, because we gets "treated" to at LEAST 3 of her "hacks" here in FARK Food every single damn week. or maybe claire's a mod. who really knows.

which you would KNOW if you were in here more, and will see if you stay.

white knighting CLAIRE is not necessary, don't know why you're putting in the energy. you just look like somebody who's not here to have fun. or talk about good food.
 
2021-07-13 3:45:30 PM  
You "no carbs with carbs" people are nuts. Potatoes in sandwiches are great precisely because they have a significantly different texture from bread. See also the Bombay sandwich.
 
2021-07-13 3:47:59 PM  

Embden.Meyerhof: olrasputin: I think there's a wide gulf between judging the food choices of random people versus expecting someone who's literally paid to write about food to be held to a higher standard than "things that stoned-ass college me would've had second thoughts about cramming into my face-hole."

A wide gulf, yes.   But a hard cut-off for what's acceptable and what's not - where's that at?   Show me the line that we can agree on.

/hint:  there isn't one


Wtf are you even trying to get at? I never said anything about acceptability or hard cut-offs. But sure. Toss in the sarcastic "hint:" like you're educating me about something.

Think of Claire as the John Madden of food. She's not particularly perceptive, but she's also not wrong much of the time. Also, the odds are decent that any rando off the street, her specific "flair" notwithstanding, could handle the nuts and bolts of her job about as well as she does.

At any rate, as was hinted at in the half of my previous post that you ignored...many people frequent fark's food tab for new ideas and advice for when they actually *do* feel like cooking. I know I do, and I certainly don't need a "food writer" to tell me about lazy prep night junk food I could be eating. I'm perfectly capable of coming up with lazy-ass meals on my own.
 
2021-07-13 4:02:34 PM  

olrasputin: Wtf are you even trying to get at? I never said anything about acceptability or hard cut-offs



This is the spectrum you established:


"wide gulf between [extreme #1] judging the food choices of random people versus [extreme #2] expecting someone who's literally paid to write about food to be held to a higher standard"


What I I suggest is that, in that spectrum which you established, there is no place that you can say "anyone on THIS side is just judging random people's food choices and anyone on the OTHER side is a professional food writer with higher standards".

It's all just schmucks.
 
2021-07-13 4:07:33 PM  

olrasputin: Embden.Meyerhof: olrasputin: I think there's a wide gulf between judging the food choices of random people versus expecting someone who's literally paid to write about food to be held to a higher standard than "things that stoned-ass college me would've had second thoughts about cramming into my face-hole."

A wide gulf, yes.   But a hard cut-off for what's acceptable and what's not - where's that at?   Show me the line that we can agree on.

/hint:  there isn't one

Wtf are you even trying to get at? I never said anything about acceptability or hard cut-offs. But sure. Toss in the sarcastic "hint:" like you're educating me about something.

Think of Claire as the John Madden of food. She's not particularly perceptive, but she's also not wrong much of the time. Also, the odds are decent that any rando off the street, her specific "flair" notwithstanding, could handle the nuts and bolts of her job about as well as she does.

At any rate, as was hinted at in the half of my previous post that you ignored...many people frequent fark's food tab for new ideas and advice for when they actually *do* feel like cooking. I know I do, and I certainly don't need a "food writer" to tell me about lazy prep night junk food I could be eating. I'm perfectly capable of coming up with lazy-ass meals on my own.


i think he's trying to troll food tab.

trying to punch down on us, because we (or at least JUST ME, luna) are way not woke enough to embrace the eternal wisdom of claire! perhaps he thinks we will all get excited and yell at him! perhaps next he will say if i DON'T think hot grilled pickles and cucumbers are the ULTIMATE summer party food for 2021 it makes me a misogynist since claire is female (just like me!).

it's actually quite bizarre. he should just simmer down and make some mayo-soaked mashed potatoes with a side of buttered potato chips, buttered hard boiled eggs, and a tall glass filled half with cola and half with the cheapest red wine he can find! yum!
 
2021-07-13 4:14:50 PM  

Embden.Meyerhof: olrasputin: Wtf are you even trying to get at? I never said anything about acceptability or hard cut-offs


This is the spectrum you established:


"wide gulf between [extreme #1] judging the food choices of random people versus [extreme #2] expecting someone who's literally paid to write about food to be held to a higher standard"


What I I suggest is that, in that spectrum which you established, there is no place that you can say "anyone on THIS side is just judging random people's food choices and anyone on the OTHER side is a professional food writer with higher standards".

It's all just schmucks.


Sure. If you don't include the obvious "getting farking paid for it" part to be a reasonable dividing line.
 
2021-07-13 4:32:31 PM  
Hashbrowns or fried taters only go into breakfast burritos or tacos you heathens.
 
2021-07-13 5:04:20 PM  

Ragin' Asian: scooterstrats: Ragin' Asian: luna1580: no. i do not want hash browns, home fries, french fries, tater tots, or "breakfast wedges" IN my egg-based morning sandwich. i'll take them on the side, or not at all.

and i shall NOT be "enjoying" them inside my burritos (sorry san diego, i don't even want rice inside my burrito), nor inside my deli style sandwiches (sorry pittsburgh), nor alone in a chip butty (sorry UK).

crispy potatoes are nice. i like to dip them in garlic aioli, or ranch, or a mix of hollandaise and warm egg yolk, or fast-food barbecue sauce, or have them with malt vinegar, but they have NO business blandly taking up space, and getting all soft and soggy, stuffed inside a sammy or wrap.

sorry CLAIRE, but you remain our trash food princess

Fun little story.

I lived in Pittsburgh for some years and yes, they put fries on every damned thing.

I'm in Budapest with my wife on our way to this little border town to attend my cousin's wedding. We're at a restaurant and order a duck breast sandwich to share. When it was served, there were fries piled into it. We had a good laugh.

Lifelong burgh resident,never found them on anything other than Primanti's or a grilled chicken or steak salad.

Del's in Bloomfield. Max and Erma's. Fuel and Fuddle in Oakland. Double Wide Grill on the South Side. The Elbow Room in Shadyside. I don't even know if these places are operating, but when I had out of town friends and family visiting, I had to make a special request to keep fries and cheese on the side, otherwise, their dish would be smothered.


No, not just Primanti's. Its elsewhere,but not on everything!
 
2021-07-13 9:24:04 PM  
The only potato I had in my freezer (or in my house, for that matter) was a bag of frozen fries, so I air fried them and piled them onto a sandwich with a fried egg, American cheese, a little mayo, and lots of hot sauce.

No, no and fark no.

Who thinks eating a schittload of starch, oil, an egg and some vinyl byproduct for breakfast is a "breakfast sandwich"? That's just nasty!
Go away, Claire...


luna1580: white knighting CLAIRE is not necessary, don't know why you're putting in the energy. you just look like somebody who's not here to have fun. or talk about good food.


Wanna talk about pizza? ;)
 
2021-07-13 10:23:35 PM  

Percise1: The only potato I had in my freezer (or in my house, for that matter) was a bag of frozen fries, so I air fried them and piled them onto a sandwich with a fried egg, American cheese, a little mayo, and lots of hot sauce.

No, no and fark no.

Who thinks eating a schittload of starch, oil, an egg and some vinyl byproduct for breakfast is a "breakfast sandwich"? That's just nasty!
Go away, Claire...


luna1580: white knighting CLAIRE is not necessary, don't know why you're putting in the energy. you just look like somebody who's not here to have fun. or talk about good food.

Wanna talk about pizza? ;)


yes! it took me more than a minute to "get" you, but now i want to try to be friends!  😉🥰
 
2021-07-14 6:42:01 AM  
Depression dogs in Chicago have the fries on tip(you can take them off, but most people don't).
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