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A sanga of Roast Turkey, tomatoes and Coleslaw. 3 Fat Strawberries. No water

You are a better man compared to me and others, I have tried so many times to eat coleslaw, and I can never get past a single spoonful. I know it sounds like I'm a 10 year old, but I never could acquire the taste of it, and it bothered me because everyone I know enjoys it.

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You are a better man compared to me and others, I have tried so many times to eat coleslaw, and I can never get past a single spoonful. I know it sounds like I'm a 10 year old, but I never could acquire the taste of it, and it bothered me because everyone I know enjoys it.

Not all coleslaw is created equal. I have had some tasty coleslaw and some that was vile.

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Paul, you have got to try this! A powerful combo!

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That looks good, but I'm not sure if they have those kind of chips where I live--at least, I don't remember seeing them in the grocery store.

As for what I'm eating; I'm enjoying a plate of mashed potatoes and corn at the moment...

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I had a glass of water this morning for breakfast

Of course you did, CJW. ;)

Here's another 'American thing' for you...a S'mores donut: toasted marshmallow, graham crackers, chocolate glaze. With a glass of milk. Mmmm.

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Of course you did, CJW. ;)

Here's another 'American thing' for you...a S'mores donut: toasted marshmallow, graham crackers, chocolate glaze. With a glass of milk. Mmmm.

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Jesus man, I believe Chalks would have to Kayak around Cow Bay for a month if any of that passed his 'norf and 'sarf ! Gross chunder there man!! ;)

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"Gross"? Have you ever had a S'more, CP? They are far from gross. Sitting around a campfire, toasting marshmallows and making S'mores is a hallowed rite of American childhood.

And now for something German...hefeweizen bier and schweinebraten mit mashed potatoes and red cabbage at the Red Lion Tavern. Deutschland 7, Brazil 1.

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Here's another 'American thing' for you...a S'mores donut: toasted marshmallow, graham crackers, chocolate glaze. With a glass of milk. Mmmm.

Whoooaaaaa! Do you actually eat that? or is that your substitution for colonoscopy medication?

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