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  • n likes eggs

    33 70.21%
  • n doesn't like eggs

    4 8.51%
  • s likes eggs

    8 17.02%
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBeatGoesOn View Post
    Try taking fish oil capsule supplements and burping fish.
    I would pay someone to see that. A person burping fish that swim in the air and just them swim around
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    I would pay someone to see that. A person burping fish that swim in the air and just them swim around
    I've actually seen that. It was trippy.

    So, how much do pay me now? (Not sure what you get out of all this, but hey, you offered.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBeatGoesOn View Post


    I like every kind of egg myself. Love omlets, love scrambled eggs with cheese/ham/turkey or whatever, love fried eggs with ketchup, love eggs on toast with butter and worschesire (sp?) sauce, etc.
    I love eggs with ketchup on them, i thought i was the only one! i also like mashed potatoes with ketchup on them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scantilyclad View Post
    I love eggs with ketchup on them, i thought i was the only one! i also like mashed potatoes with ketchup on them.


    An amazing dish is hash browns mixed with scrambled eggs and cheese and ketchup. I'm getting hungry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBeatGoesOn View Post


    An amazing dish is hash browns mixed with scrambled eggs and cheese and ketchup. I'm getting hungry.
    The country omelett at IHOP is the best!

    Country Omelette
    A delicious blend of ham, cheese, onions and hash browns. Topped with sour cream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    The country omelett at IHOP is the best!

    Country Omelette
    A delicious blend of ham, cheese, onions and hash browns. Topped with sour cream.
    I can't take this anymore.

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    ha i went to IHOP today and did the 'create your own omelet' thingy. I got steak,jalepeno, spinach,mushroom and lots of cheese. It was soooooo good.
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    I voted "dislike", because I generally avoid them if they're the central item in the food. For instance, I'll avoid scrambled eggs, which I dislike quite severely, while I will sometimes eat an omelet, but only if the egg is really thin and the contents are really delicious. Basically, an omelet is an excuse for eating the goodies mixed inside with cheese.

    After reading the thread I realized that I actually like them in tons of things, but don't like them alone unless they're done certain ways. For instance, I sometimes enjoy a really crispy fried egg with McCormick Season-All on it, but it's quite rare that I eat one. One or two halves of a deviled egg, too.

    The yolk is the worst part, and the primary reason I don't like them.

    Living alone, though, I never buy them and don't cook with them.
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    Eggs are a substitute for meat in a lot of cultures.

    If you don't like eggs, you have obviously not had Spam, rice, runny eggs, and dried laver. YUMMM-EH!! Great hangover food.

    Aelan? Elfinchilde? Are you with me? Right? Right? Or maybe that's just in my neck of the woods...

    Hahahaha, well, I like it.

    Or Loco Moco. It's Hawaiian for 'heart attack'. Just kidding. It means "You've just gained 5 pounds for breakfast, congratulations". But so damn good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CzeCze View Post
    Eggs are a substitute for meat in a lot of cultures.

    If you don't like eggs, you have obviously not had Spam, rice, runny eggs, and dried laver. YUMMM-EH!! Great hangover food.

    Aelan? Elfinchilde? Are you with me? Right? Right? Or maybe that's just in my neck of the woods...

    Hahahaha, well, I like it.

    Or Loco Moco. It's Hawaiian for 'heart attack'. Just kidding. It means "You've just gained 5 pounds for breakfast, congratulations". But so damn good.
    the loco moco looks like it might taste good, I don't think I could eat a whole one on my own though.
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