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Postby BiCoastal Kid » Fri Oct 21, 2005 8:14 pm

Smoked oysters
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I love pickles. No more comments neccesary.
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Postby USRoadTripper » Fri Oct 21, 2005 8:16 pm

I like dill pickles with chocolate sauce. I've even put pickle slices into a dish of chocolate ice cream.

Most people also think it's strange that I prefer to travel alone. I like meeting up with people when I travel, or meeting people at my destination, but I prefer to actually get to my destination by myself.

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Postby Scaparri » Sat Oct 22, 2005 12:36 am

Mine aren't terribly weird, but people still seem to think they are quite strange.

-I like fries WITHOUT ketchup. It ruins the taste.

-I thoroughly enjoy the taste of Red Bull. If there was just a normal Red Bull soda that tasted the same but wasn't an energy drink, I'd drink it all the time. And that's saying a lot 'cause I'm not a fan of pop. :lol:

-I think Cornflakes is the best cereal ever made.

-I think hockey is the greatest sport to ever grace the planet

-I have a passion/obsession with Indycar racing and the Indy 500 that rivals that of, yes, even roller coasters. (The previous statement may seem to contradict this one, but I kind of place the two in seperate categories seeing how auto racing isn't exactly a "normal" or "traditional" sport)

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Postby Stitch » Sat Oct 22, 2005 12:50 am

A short list

Tom Green
Battery powered battery chargers
Calamari
Porn
Kung Pow : Enter The Fist
Resident Evil and Resident Evil Apocalypse
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Postby ParkTrips » Sat Oct 22, 2005 1:02 am

Kung Pow!!! Awesome freakin' movie!!

I love the Life Aquatic, but my girlfriend thinks its retarded and quite possibly the worst move ever (that is until I made her watch Kung Pow). My buddies liked it so I guess its not all bad

I also philly cheesesteak subs with deep fried chicken fingers and hot sauce. My family thinks its a really weird but its one of my favorite things to make!

I too like red bull (I drink it for the taste and not the "boost" :shock:) and I somewhat prefer doing road trips alone too. I usually do meet up with someone at a park but with friends that aren't die-hard roadtrippers and a girlfriend who gets pooped out after two days, doing a 4 park trip was tough on the emotions. From now on it will probably just be destination type parks for a couple of days or roadtripping alone (which I will probably do next year when I tour the Kentucky-Indiana-Lake Michigan area)

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Postby zaneymon » Sat Oct 22, 2005 2:36 am

im 15 and drinking beer
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Postby Mind Eraser » Sat Oct 22, 2005 7:42 am

Scaparri wrote:

-I thoroughly enjoy the taste of Red Bull. If there was just a normal Red Bull soda that tasted the same but wasn't an energy drink, I'd drink it all the time.


Dude, I'm so with you. However, I might be a tad stranger because I am absolutely in love with Sugar Free Red Bull! The first time I tried it, I literally spit it on the ground; but my friend convinced me to try it again. This time it was sort of intriguing. So, I kept drinking it. I love it, but I don't drink it anymore because it's so expensive, and I was drinking 8 per day (at the highest point) and I thought I was gonna have a heart attack.

I wish they made Caffeine Free, Sugar Free Red Bull. :lol:


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Postby Louise » Sat Oct 22, 2005 7:47 am

I too love Red Bull, and I also LOVE eating rice soaked in butter... Whoever said that, I never realised it was weird!

McDonald's fries and chicken mcnuggets dipped in their ice cream is one of my favourite things to eat, as is rice, Heinz baked beans, and grated cheese all mixed together in a big bowl.

Mmmm....

Nobody here really gets my love of old old American TV shows because they don't even get shown over here very often... But I have the dvds, and I love em.

Oreos & orange juice rocks!!

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Postby CoasterFanatic » Sat Oct 22, 2005 7:56 am

I wish they made Caffeine Free, Sugar Free Red Bull.


They do ... it's called urine. :twisted:
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Postby Mind Eraser » Sat Oct 22, 2005 8:10 am

No, I've tried urine... they're different.




EDIT: Um, yeah, I was kidding, BTW!

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