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CECAA850    17884
30 minutes ago, oldtimer said:

By teaching her to twirl, yes you have.

Cutting spaghetti is heresy. 

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babadono    2038
18 minutes ago, CECAA850 said:

Cutting spaghetti is heresy. 

I'm not Italian, I am a heretic:)

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babadono    2038
22 minutes ago, richieb said:

 

Thats enough coffee for you - put the pail down ----

 

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oldtimer    7918
24 minutes ago, CECAA850 said:

Cutting spaghetti is heresy. 

Absolutely.  Twirling is close.

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22 minutes ago, CECAA850 said:

Cutting spaghetti is heresy. 

I, unabashedly, admit that I break my spaghetti before cooking it. I also put in most of the barnyard,  half of the garden and a whole kitchen sink. 

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jimjimbo    5230
this is SO not the case.
 
People love to dig up old threads for no real reason. 
 
Those 2 threads went off the rails and the topics were addressed and I saw there was no real value in keeping them open for discussion, which would have just meant more back & forth about ultimately frivolous things.
 

Frivolous to you

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CECAA850    17884
2 minutes ago, Woofers and Tweeters said:

I, unabashedly, admit that I break my spaghetti before cooking it.

Is there an un-friend function here?

 

 

Spaghetti trivia.  If you need to light your pilot light on your water heater due to an igniter being out and you don't have long matches, you can light the end of a piece of spaghetti (Yes, James, uncooked) and use it as a long match.

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5 minutes ago, jimjimbo said:


Frivolous to you

Closing that thread is like outlawing beads during Marti Gra: who needs beads.

 

Start a thread, any thread. It can and will drift to be the new bs thread. The sooner the better, maybe the bs will stay out of the CCC thread.

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richieb    2599
1 minute ago, CECAA850 said:

Is there an un-friend function here?

 

 

Spaghetti trivia.  If you need to light your pilot light on your water heater due to an igniter being out and you don't have long matches, you can light the end of a piece of spaghetti (Yes, James, uncooked) and use it as a long match.

 

Or as each and every news organization will announce - BREAKING NEWS  !!!

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oldtimer    7918
5 minutes ago, Woofers and Tweeters said:

The sooner the better, maybe the bs will stay out of the CCC thread.

 

2 minutes ago, Woofers and Tweeters said:

I dont need a fork, I need a shovel.

Umm, right.

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oldtimer    7918

"Are you so stereotypically American that you’re too lazy to waste energy on something as undemanding as shoveling spaghetti into your mouth?"

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Max2    836

You guys had better think of something quick, this thread is running its course.

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oldtimer    7918
3 minutes ago, Max2 said:

You guys had better think of something quick, this thread is running its course.

pasta is often a first course.

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2 types of sausage, burger, mushroom,  tomato,  artichoke,  onion, secret spaces and sauce topped off with a kitchen sink. 

I like it to where I have to search for the noodles because of so much topping it.

 

Give it up: what do you put in yours?

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