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Foods you don't always want to admit you like

Old Feb 22, 13, 6:25 pm
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Foods you don't always want to admit you like

I love fried SPAM. I always feel so trashy when I buy it, but it doesn't stop me.


I love american-chinese restaurant almond chicken. It must be battered and deep fried with that chicken broth with a little bit of soy sauce gravy over the top.


and I have an inexplicable fondness for those rubbery canned mushrooms.
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Old Feb 22, 13, 6:51 pm
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Old Feb 22, 13, 7:01 pm
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Don't tell my friends, but I still make grilled cheese with Velveeta.
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Old Feb 22, 13, 7:17 pm
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Hostess chocolate cupcakes.
Taco Bell tacos (original, not Doritos' shell)
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Old Feb 22, 13, 9:19 pm
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Old Feb 22, 13, 11:21 pm
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Must..resist..temptation..to rush out and buy SPAM!!!!
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Pizza Hut pizza.


Taco bell burritos, tacos & "mexican pizza"
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Old Feb 23, 13, 2:01 am
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Rocky Mountain Oysters.
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Old Feb 23, 13, 2:35 am
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Foods you don't always want to admit you like

McDonalds Hot Applepie, McD's Cheeseburger, KFC, anything from Taco Bell, hotdogs.

I also like some vegetarian, vegan dishes I love
( of course never admitting it....
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Old Feb 23, 13, 3:57 am
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Panda Express!
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Old Feb 23, 13, 5:22 am
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Taco Bell tacos and Crunchwrap Supreme.

When I travel to the US (usually about once every 1-2 years), if possible I try to route through an airport with a Taco Bell as that's the only chance I get to go there.
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Hardee's 1/3 pound Thickburger
Fried bologna sandwich
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Old Feb 23, 13, 6:52 am
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Taco bell burritos, grilled cheese with velveeta, smoked oysters, peanut butter and banana sandwiches
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Old Feb 23, 13, 8:11 am
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Originally Posted by missydarlin View Post
I love fried SPAM. I always feel so trashy when I buy it, but it doesn't stop me.
Originally Posted by trooper View Post
Must..resist..temptation..to rush out and buy SPAM!!!!
We went out and bought a can of spam a couple years ago in a fit of nostalgia. Fried it up, and it was so salty we couldn't eat it.
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Old Feb 23, 13, 9:32 am
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Kid cereals - Lucky Charms, Kix, etc. They still taste so good.
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