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(Extra.ie)   The scientifically-proven correct way to eat a chocolate digestive: You put it in your mouth then chew   (extra.ie) divider line
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403 clicks; posted to Food » on 09 Jul 2022 at 3:45 PM (12 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-07-09 1:18:39 PM  
You put it in your mouth then chew

Damn, you mean I've had the order backwards this whole time?  That explains a lot.
 
2022-07-09 1:22:30 PM  
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2022-07-09 1:59:40 PM  
mind, Prof. Chuck Spence also has a First in Holding Your Hamburger Upside Down.

/truly heady stuff
 
2022-07-09 3:34:33 PM  
Well yeah you can't shove things up your arse then crap out your mouth.

Also, I have fudge in my butt if anybody wants it.
 
2022-07-09 3:53:23 PM  
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2022-07-09 4:16:52 PM  
Or, to avoid the whole problem, eliminate the flipping:

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2022-07-09 4:36:08 PM  
That's really terrible marketing.

"digestive" in English doesn't have the same connotation as "digestif" in French, which I assume was the inspiration for the name.
 
2022-07-09 4:39:41 PM  

FrancoFile: That's really terrible marketing.

"digestive" in English doesn't have the same connotation as "digestif" in French, which I assume was the inspiration for the name.


Wrong. It's exactly what it says it is. It was first made in the early 19th century by a couple of doctors in Scotland to aid digestion.
 
2022-07-09 5:00:09 PM  

kdawg7736: Well yeah you can't shove things up your arse then crap out your mouth.


It's been done... season 6, episode 8 of South Park.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_Hot_Catholic_Love?wprov=sfla1
 
2022-07-09 5:08:43 PM  
Digestif, mon frere...

And why do I need chocolate crackers to digest anything, let alone which side should be up or down?

FFS
 
2022-07-09 5:59:11 PM  
Not sideways?
 
2022-07-09 6:11:40 PM  

Metastatic Capricorn: FrancoFile: That's really terrible marketing.

"digestive" in English doesn't have the same connotation as "digestif" in French, which I assume was the inspiration for the name.

Wrong. It's exactly what it says it is. It was first made in the early 19th century by a couple of doctors in Scotland to aid digestion.


iono, isn't the Fronch one a shot of booze not a cookie?

or we could go with the Vancian description of a "sundowner" where you have rock hard biscotti to be dipped in brandy, and gnaw furtively.
 
2022-07-09 6:15:18 PM  

tintar: Metastatic Capricorn: FrancoFile: That's really terrible marketing.

"digestive" in English doesn't have the same connotation as "digestif" in French, which I assume was the inspiration for the name.

Wrong. It's exactly what it says it is. It was first made in the early 19th century by a couple of doctors in Scotland to aid digestion.

iono, isn't the Fronch one a shot of booze not a cookie?

or we could go with the Vancian description of a "sundowner" where you have rock hard biscotti to be dipped in brandy, and gnaw furtively.


That does work, because I think the point is to get enough alcohol into your gut to kill whatever is fermenting in there and making you gassy.
 
2022-07-09 6:19:59 PM  

tintar: mind, Prof. Chuck Spence also has a First in Holding Your Hamburger Upside Down.

/truly heady stuff


Has ANYONE ever actually tried that? Putting the thicker part of the bun on the bottom? I can't imagine it could possibly make a noticeable difference in the enjoyment of the burger.

Like, i know some people strongly prefer split-top over side-split hot dog buns, but I've tried both and notice NO difference in total taste of the food.

Now those freaks who FOLD their sad, limp, greasy cardboard pizza? So that the melty CHEESE doesn't make immediate contact with the roof of the mouth, then tongue once you chew? THOSE people are missing a great mouth experience.....
 
2022-07-09 6:23:14 PM  
P.S. I suspect that if "chubby bun on the bottom" actually made cheeseburgers more delicious every fast food joint and restaurant would do it that way.

But they don't.
 
2022-07-09 6:40:40 PM  

luna1580: tintar: mind, Prof. Chuck Spence also has a First in Holding Your Hamburger Upside Down.

/truly heady stuff

Has ANYONE ever actually tried that? Putting the thicker part of the bun on the bottom? I can't imagine it could possibly make a noticeable difference in the enjoyment of the burger.

Like, i know some people strongly prefer split-top over side-split hot dog buns, but I've tried both and notice NO difference in total taste of the food.

Now those freaks who FOLD their sad, limp, greasy cardboard pizza? So that the melty CHEESE doesn't make immediate contact with the roof of the mouth, then tongue once you chew? THOSE people are missing a great mouth experience.....


wat. no! you don't switch the buns, you just flip it. like he did to the mcvities. so all the good-stuff-good-stuff toppings go right down into the taste-section of your burger-hole. but yeah, also the flimsy bottom (now top) bun doesn't disintegrate.

/you and NINE can go sit and spin about cardboard :P
 
2022-07-09 7:08:13 PM  
stupidest green ever
 
2022-07-09 7:49:21 PM  

tintar: luna1580: tintar: mind, Prof. Chuck Spence also has a First in Holding Your Hamburger Upside Down.

/truly heady stuff

Has ANYONE ever actually tried that? Putting the thicker part of the bun on the bottom? I can't imagine it could possibly make a noticeable difference in the enjoyment of the burger.

Like, i know some people strongly prefer split-top over side-split hot dog buns, but I've tried both and notice NO difference in total taste of the food.

Now those freaks who FOLD their sad, limp, greasy cardboard pizza? So that the melty CHEESE doesn't make immediate contact with the roof of the mouth, then tongue once you chew? THOSE people are missing a great mouth experience.....

wat. no! you don't switch the buns, you just flip it. like he did to the mcvities. so all the good-stuff-good-stuff toppings go right down into the taste-section of your burger-hole. but yeah, also the flimsy bottom (now top) bun doesn't disintegrate.

/you and NINE can go sit and spin about cardboard :P


When I am eating a burger (or an overly large sandwich) I tend to flip it over every other bite or so in order to negate the forces of gravity on the contents. Sort of a burger tourbillon if you will.

What camp would I be in?
 
2022-07-09 7:54:59 PM  
tintar:

you and NINE can go sit and spin about cardboard :P

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2022-07-09 8:12:16 PM  
Mine are chocolate on both sides.
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2022-07-09 9:25:15 PM  

FigPucker: tintar: luna1580: tintar: mind, Prof. Chuck Spence also has a First in Holding Your Hamburger Upside Down.

/truly heady stuff

Has ANYONE ever actually tried that? Putting the thicker part of the bun on the bottom? I can't imagine it could possibly make a noticeable difference in the enjoyment of the burger.

Like, i know some people strongly prefer split-top over side-split hot dog buns, but I've tried both and notice NO difference in total taste of the food.

Now those freaks who FOLD their sad, limp, greasy cardboard pizza? So that the melty CHEESE doesn't make immediate contact with the roof of the mouth, then tongue once you chew? THOSE people are missing a great mouth experience.....

wat. no! you don't switch the buns, you just flip it. like he did to the mcvities. so all the good-stuff-good-stuff toppings go right down into the taste-section of your burger-hole. but yeah, also the flimsy bottom (now top) bun doesn't disintegrate.

/you and NINE can go sit and spin about cardboard :P

When I am eating a burger (or an overly large sandwich) I tend to flip it over every other bite or so in order to negate the forces of gravity on the contents. Sort of a burger tourbillon if you will.

What camp would I be in?


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/kidding!
 
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