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Saving this Dumpster fire from the ignominy of p2.

Anybody want to guess what I had for lunch today????

Loose meat sandwich?

Is that even a real thing? I mean outside of the culinary bizzaro world that is the upper midwest.

You mean a Maid-Rite?

It's a sloppy joe without the sauce.

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Saving this Dumpster fire from the ignominy of p2.

Anybody want to guess what I had for lunch today????

Loose meat sandwich?

Is that even a real thing? I mean outside of the culinary bizzaro world that is the upper midwest.

You mean a Maid-Rite?

It's a sloppy joe without the sauce.

So it's a hamburger. Cut into tiny pieces.

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Saving this Dumpster fire from the ignominy of p2.

Anybody want to guess what I had for lunch today????

Loose meat sandwich?

Is that even a real thing? I mean outside of the culinary bizzaro world that is the upper midwest.

You mean a Maid-Rite?

It's a sloppy joe without the sauce.

So it's a hamburger. Cut into tiny pieces.

On bread, not a bun
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Saving this Dumpster fire from the ignominy of p2.

Anybody want to guess what I had for lunch today????

Loose meat sandwich?

Is that even a real thing? I mean outside of the culinary bizzaro world that is the upper midwest.

You mean a Maid-Rite?

It's a sloppy joe without the sauce.

So it's a hamburger. Cut into tiny pieces.

On bread, not a bun

Most of these seem to be on buns.

It also appears they were invented by somebody who didn't know how to cook.

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Saving this Dumpster fire from the ignominy of p2.

Anybody want to guess what I had for lunch today????

Loose meat sandwich?

Is that even a real thing? I mean outside of the culinary bizzaro world that is the upper midwest.

You mean a Maid-Rite?

It's a sloppy joe without the sauce.

So... just browned ground beef without anything in it? Sounds like a ghetto taco. And tacos are pretty ghetto already.

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So... just browned ground beef without anything in it? Sounds like a ghetto taco. And tacos are pretty ghetto already.

Steamed, baby, steamed...with salt, pepper, and onions...on a bun...

Ok, it's pretty ghetto.

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The first time I ever heard of a loose meat sandwich was when Rosanne Barr and Tom Arnold were opening up a restaurant.

The term "loose meat" and Rosanne Barr.

I'm never trying one.

:goodposting:

You really have to be a disgusting sicko to get that obese eating total garbage like that.

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So... just browned ground beef without anything in it? Sounds like a ghetto taco. And tacos are pretty ghetto already.

Steamed, baby, steamed...with salt, pepper, and onions...on a bun...

Ok, it's pretty ghetto.

Steamed? :lmao:

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The first time I ever heard of a loose meat sandwich was when Rosanne Barr and Tom Arnold were opening up a restaurant.

The term "loose meat" and Rosanne Barr.

I'm never trying one.

:goodposting:

You really have to be a disgusting sicko to get that obese eating total garbage like that.

:oldunsure:

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The first time I ever heard of a loose meat sandwich was when Rosanne Barr and Tom Arnold were opening up a restaurant.

The term "loose meat" and Rosanne Barr.

I'm never trying one.

:goodposting:

You really have to be a disgusting sicko to get that obese eating total garbage like that.

:oldunsure:

C'mon. You are in Texas. It is easy to get fat there because the food is awesome.

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The first time I ever heard of a loose meat sandwich was when Rosanne Barr and Tom Arnold were opening up a restaurant.

The term "loose meat" and Rosanne Barr.

I'm never trying one.

:goodposting:

You really have to be a disgusting sicko to get that obese eating total garbage like that.

:oldunsure:

C'mon. You are in Texas. It is easy to get fat there because the food is awesome.

Perhaps, but I like a loose meat sandwich with Miracle Whip, too. :bag:

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The first time I ever heard of a loose meat sandwich was when Rosanne Barr and Tom Arnold were opening up a restaurant.

The term "loose meat" and Rosanne Barr.

I'm never trying one.

:goodposting:

You really have to be a disgusting sicko to get that obese eating total garbage like that.

:oldunsure:

C'mon. You are in Texas. It is easy to get fat there because the food is awesome.

Perhaps, but I like a loose meat sandwich with Miracle Whip, too. :bag:

:X

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The first time I ever heard of a loose meat sandwich was when Rosanne Barr and Tom Arnold were opening up a restaurant.

The term "loose meat" and Rosanne Barr.

I'm never trying one.

:goodposting:

You really have to be a disgusting sicko to get that obese eating total garbage like that.

You realize that was a tv character, right?

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The first time I ever heard of a loose meat sandwich was when Rosanne Barr and Tom Arnold were opening up a restaurant.

The term "loose meat" and Rosanne Barr.

I'm never trying one.

:goodposting:

You really have to be a disgusting sicko to get that obese eating total garbage like that.

:oldunsure:

C'mon. You are in Texas. It is easy to get fat there because the food is awesome.

Perhaps, but I like a loose meat sandwich with Miracle Whip, too. :bag:

:X

What fruit would you add to compliment?

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The first time I ever heard of a loose meat sandwich was when Rosanne Barr and Tom Arnold were opening up a restaurant.

The term "loose meat" and Rosanne Barr.

I'm never trying one.

:goodposting:

You really have to be a disgusting sicko to get that obese eating total garbage like that.

You realize that was a tv character, right?

I used to live in Illinois. They were fictional characters, sure, but also so real.

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The first time I ever heard of a loose meat sandwich was when Rosanne Barr and Tom Arnold were opening up a restaurant.

The term "loose meat" and Rosanne Barr.

I'm never trying one.

:goodposting:

You really have to be a disgusting sicko to get that obese eating total garbage like that.

:oldunsure:

C'mon. You are in Texas. It is easy to get fat there because the food is awesome.

Perhaps, but I like a loose meat sandwich with Miracle Whip, too. :bag:

:X

What fruit would you add to compliment?

Was wating for this.

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Did I ever finish my parki g ticket story? Strange and sort of happy ending, like a massage from a Thai ladyboy.

I don't think so

And now it seems like he won't ever.

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- Jan. 2014, I get a parking ticket on a Sunday with my family. I paid for parking, but the ticket was for placing the parking receipt in the wrong window. Ticket was for $39.

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- Two weeks later I get a refund check from the division of parking for $90. :shrug:

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The first time I ever heard of a loose meat sandwich was when Rosanne Barr and Tom Arnold were opening up a restaurant.

The term "loose meat" and Rosanne Barr.

I'm never trying one.

:goodposting:

You really have to be a disgusting sicko to get that obese eating total garbage like that.

You realize that was a tv character, right?

Then it became real

In later seasons of the American sitcom Roseanne, Roseanne Conner (Roseanne Barr) co-owns a restaurant called the "Lanford Lunch Box" in the fictional town of Lanford, Illinois, which specializes in loose meat sandwiches.[6] The inspiration for Lunch Box was a real-life restaurant called Canteen Lunch in the Alley in Ottumwa, Iowa.[7] In 1993, Roseanne and then-husband Tom Arnold opened Roseanne and Tom's Big Food Diner (based on the fictional Lanford Lunchbox) in Eldon, Iowa (less than 20 miles southeast of Ottumwa's Canteen Lunch), also specializing in loose meat sandwiches.

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The first time I ever heard of a loose meat sandwich was when Rosanne Barr and Tom Arnold were opening up a restaurant.

The term "loose meat" and Rosanne Barr.

I'm never trying one.

:goodposting:

You really have to be a disgusting sicko to get that obese eating total garbage like that.

You realize that was a tv character, right?

I used to live in Illinois. They were fictional characters, sure, but also so real.

:mellow:

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Saving this Dumpster fire from the ignominy of p2.

Anybody want to guess what I had for lunch today????

Loose meat sandwich?

Is that even a real thing? I mean outside of the culinary bizzaro world that is the upper midwest.

You mean a Maid-Rite?

It's a sloppy joe without the sauce.

So it's a hamburger. Cut into tiny pieces.

On bread, not a bun

Which doesn't decrease its hamburgerness.

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Did someone disparage tacos?

I know, right?

Straight to the top of the enemies list.

I used to be on that
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I think I'm going to have chipotle for lunch.

How can you be anti-ground beef tacos? Hate pizza too? Steak?

Let me guess, they don't like helmet nachos either
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I think I'm going to have chipotle for lunch.

How can you be anti-ground beef tacos? Hate pizza too? Steak?

Let me guess, they don't like helmet nachos either

Another thing Comiskullar does better than that North Side dump

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I think I'm going to have chipotle for lunch.

How can you be anti-ground beef tacos? Hate pizza too? Steak?

Let me guess, they don't like helmet nachos either

I bet we would get along really well in real life up until I killed you.

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