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    @ this thread. And I thought I was bad with dipping my french fries in my chocolate shake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THEANO View Post
    LOOOOOOOVE those. Plus peanut butter, jam and sliced cheese sandwiches. I wouldn't recommend blue cheese, but cheddar works well

    Soft boiled egg with grainy sweet german mustard

    That boiled egg with mustard sounds pretty tasty I would try that, definitely.

    @ this thread. And I thought I was bad with dipping my french fries in my chocolate shake.
    Sorry, but you had to know you'd possibly come across something that might disgust you *lol*

    By the way, dipping fries in shakes is awesome.
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    Cheddar and honey sandwiches. Cheddar and peaches. Peanut butter and honey in a little dish, which I've eaten for breakfast every single day for months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post
    @ this thread. And I thought I was bad with dipping my french fries in my chocolate shake.
    That's yummy!

    Quote Originally Posted by htb View Post
    Cheddar and honey sandwiches. Cheddar and peaches. Peanut butter and honey in a little dish, which I've eaten for breakfast every single day for months.
    Heh, I think you've just named the two things I can't stand to ever have together... peanut butter and honey mixed together by themselves.

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    My siblings eat hot dogs with mustard, ketchup and whipped cream. It's one of the sickest, most horrific things I've ever witnessed.

    I eat scrambled eggs with ketchup, and they say it's disgusting. ?!?
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    I love peanut butter and honey together...I don't think that's weird, a lot of people enjoy that.

    I like the flavors of chile peppers and chocolate mixed together. Lots of people recoil at it, but it's been around for hundreds of years. I also like that Vosges chocolate bacon bar. I think I'm going to make chocolate cookies studded with bacon for Christmas this year.
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    Well, the only thing I can think of right now is mixing popcorn with ice cream. I don't know if it's weird, but people look at me funny when i do it.

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    i just put a quarter cup of black pepper and a half a cup of vinegar in my progresso canned chicken soup.

    I have no idea why, it tasted like crap and now im all sweaty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissMurder View Post
    My siblings eat hot dogs with mustard, ketchup and whipped cream. It's one of the sickest, most horrific things I've ever witnessed.

    I eat scrambled eggs with ketchup, and they say it's disgusting. ?!?
    Ew?!! Whipped cream is AWESOME, but I think it'd take away from the hot-dog. I like strong flavors when it comes to American dishes.

    I, too, put ketchup on scrambled eggs sometimes (though I think I'm more partial to salsa now.) but for some reason I cannot put it on a sunny-side up style egg. I think the yolk does a wonderful job of flavoring the egg.

    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    i just put a quarter cup of black pepper and a half a cup of vinegar in my progresso canned chicken soup.

    I have no idea why, it tasted like crap and now im all sweaty.
    Sounds like something you would do

    I eat horseradish or spicy-mustard stuff on a LOT of dishes. Does anyone like that really really spicy mustard? (I know they serve it at chinese restuarants around here.) I simply feel naked eating chinese take-out without it anymore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orizien View Post
    Peanut butter and pickle sandwich, but it has to be those sweet pickle chips. It's actually much better than it sounds.
    I thought that my dad was the only person on EARTH who ate that one!

    He's also fond of tomato and cheese sandwiches and mustard on noodles though!

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    I remember reading about a dish ( which, unlike these others listed here, I haven't tried yet ) that consisted of a squid that was poached in its own ink.
    Pulpo en su tinto is actually quite delicious

    I love bagel, cream cheese, lox and olive sandwiches. I put extra salt in my canned chicken noodle soup. No sandwich except a reuben is complete without potato chips on it and I like hot peppers with watermelon as well

    These aren't really weird things though, I suppose.

    (also rye toast, cream cheese and dill pickle sandwiches are quite splendid!)
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