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Cereal
Froot Loops 10%  10%  [ 3 ]
Corn Pops 6%  6%  [ 2 ]
Frosted Flakes 3%  3%  [ 1 ]
Rice Krispies 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Cocoa Crispies 3%  3%  [ 1 ]
Honeycomb 3%  3%  [ 1 ]
Frosted Shredded Wheat 16%  16%  [ 5 ]
Apple Jacks 3%  3%  [ 1 ]
Boring adult-ish cereal (Raisin Bran, Special K, etc.) 23%  23%  [ 7 ]
Other (I will add it to the poll if you list it below) 32%  32%  [ 10 ]
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I liked oatmeal combined with buttered toast. Dredged the toast in the oatmeal.


that was the only way my momma ever served me oatmeal as a kid... tear apart the toast and stir it into the oatmeal ... i didn't know there was any other way to eat it for the longest time ... brings a smile to my face to this day :mrgreen:

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To quote a very wise man of our acquaintance: “Ewwwwwwwwwwww.”

I abjectly DESPISE soaking bread in liquid. The concept of dunking donuts or biscotti makes me nauseous. No French Dip sandwiches. I don’t even do biscuits and gravy. There is only one exception to my soggy bread intolerance, and that is crumbling a piece of just-baked cornbread in the bottom of a bowl and covering it with chili that I’ve made from scratch and simmered all day. But that’s it. I won’t even do that if the chili and cornbread aren’t mine. :nooo:

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Mrs. Timmy wrote:
To quote a very wise man of our acquaintance: “Ewwwwwwwwwwww.”

I abjectly DESPISE soaking bread in liquid. The concept of dunking donuts or biscotti makes me nauseous. No French Dip sandwiches. I don’t even do biscuits and gravy. There is only one exception to my soggy bread intolerance, and that is crumbling a piece of just-baked cornbread in the bottom of a bowl and covering it with chili that I’ve made from scratch and simmered all day. But that’s it. I won’t even do that if the chili and cornbread aren’t mine. :nooo:

:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
and you call yourself southern.... girl, that's just disgraceful ... turn in your dawg card ... you might as well be from connecticut or something :fyi: :verymad:

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Let's all eat grits.

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Mrs. Timmy wrote:
To quote a very wise man of our acquaintance: “Ewwwwwwwwwwww.”

I abjectly DESPISE soaking bread in liquid. The concept of dunking donuts or biscotti makes me nauseous. No French Dip sandwiches. I don’t even do biscuits and gravy. There is only one exception to my soggy bread intolerance, and that is crumbling a piece of just-baked cornbread in the bottom of a bowl and covering it with chili that I’ve made from scratch and simmered all day. But that’s it. I won’t even do that if the chili and cornbread aren’t mine. :nooo:


I understand. I do all of that. But I don't eat fried chicken. You have to take a stand some where.

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Let's all eat grits.


another excellent idea... as long as there is some substance to 'em.... runny grits are as nasty as thin cream gravy :fyi: talk about the ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww factor

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GKC wrote:
Mrs. Timmy wrote:
To quote a very wise man of our acquaintance: “Ewwwwwwwwwwww.”

I abjectly DESPISE soaking bread in liquid. The concept of dunking donuts or biscotti makes me nauseous. No French Dip sandwiches. I don’t even do biscuits and gravy. There is only one exception to my soggy bread intolerance, and that is crumbling a piece of just-baked cornbread in the bottom of a bowl and covering it with chili that I’ve made from scratch and simmered all day. But that’s it. I won’t even do that if the chili and cornbread aren’t mine. :nooo:


I understand. I do all of that. But I don't eat fried chicken. You have to take a stand some where.


now that's just crazy talk right there :fyi:

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Mrs. Timmy wrote:
To quote a very wise man of our acquaintance: “Ewwwwwwwwwwww.”

I abjectly DESPISE soaking bread in liquid. The concept of dunking donuts or biscotti makes me nauseous. No French Dip sandwiches. I don’t even do biscuits and gravy. There is only one exception to my soggy bread intolerance, and that is crumbling a piece of just-baked cornbread in the bottom of a bowl and covering it with chili that I’ve made from scratch and simmered all day. But that’s it. I won’t even do that if the chili and cornbread aren’t mine. :nooo:

:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
and you call yourself southern.... girl, that's just disgraceful ... turn in your dawg card ... you might as well be from connecticut or something :fyi: :verymad:

OK, that's it. I've heard enough. Probably moved from one of the coasts.

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Let's all eat grits.


Stone ground and yeller. With green chiles.

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GKC wrote:
Mrs. Timmy wrote:
To quote a very wise man of our acquaintance: “Ewwwwwwwwwwww.”

I abjectly DESPISE soaking bread in liquid. The concept of dunking donuts or biscotti makes me nauseous. No French Dip sandwiches. I don’t even do biscuits and gravy. There is only one exception to my soggy bread intolerance, and that is crumbling a piece of just-baked cornbread in the bottom of a bowl and covering it with chili that I’ve made from scratch and simmered all day. But that’s it. I won’t even do that if the chili and cornbread aren’t mine. :nooo:


I understand. I do all of that. But I don't eat fried chicken. You have to take a stand some where.


now that's just crazy talk right there :fyi:

You have to know him. But it is better that you don't.

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Highlander wrote:
GKC wrote:
Let's all eat grits.


Stone ground and yeller. With green chiles.



You were a quick learner.

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GKC wrote:
Let's all eat grits.


Stone ground and yeller. With green chiles.



You were a quick learner.

It helps if you have some sourwood honey and a biscuit at hand.

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In the category of hot breakfast cereals, I liked Cream of Wheat, with a little butter, sugar, and milk.

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Highlander wrote:
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Let's all eat grits.


Stone ground and yeller. With green chiles.



You were a quick learner.

It helps if you have some sourwood honey and a biscuit at hand.


Well, I sure hope you do. I assume you do, anyway.

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Mrs. Timmy wrote:
To quote a very wise man of our acquaintance: “Ewwwwwwwwwwww.”

I abjectly DESPISE soaking bread in liquid. The concept of dunking donuts or biscotti makes me nauseous. No French Dip sandwiches. I don’t even do biscuits and gravy. There is only one exception to my soggy bread intolerance, and that is crumbling a piece of just-baked cornbread in the bottom of a bowl and covering it with chili that I’ve made from scratch and simmered all day. But that’s it. I won’t even do that if the chili and cornbread aren’t mine. :nooo:

:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
and you call yourself southern.... girl, that's just disgraceful ... turn in your dawg card ... you might as well be from connecticut or something :fyi: :verymad:


Ban Mrs. Timmy! :fyi:

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Mrs. Timmy wrote:
To quote a very wise man of our acquaintance: “Ewwwwwwwwwwww.”

I abjectly DESPISE soaking bread in liquid. The concept of dunking donuts or biscotti makes me nauseous. No French Dip sandwiches. I don’t even do biscuits and gravy. There is only one exception to my soggy bread intolerance, and that is crumbling a piece of just-baked cornbread in the bottom of a bowl and covering it with chili that I’ve made from scratch and simmered all day. But that’s it. I won’t even do that if the chili and cornbread aren’t mine. :nooo:

:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
and you call yourself southern.... girl, that's just disgraceful ... turn in your dawg card ... you might as well be from connecticut or something :fyi: :verymad:


Ban Mrs. Timmy! :fyi:


Anyone have some feathers? It is an old Southern tradition, observed with interest by Twain. Except, in modern times, we substitute gravy for the tar. And the rail is more a moped.

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Keep it up, you miscreants, and I’ll convert to gherkinism. :P

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Keep it up, you miscreants, and I’ll convert to gherkinism. :P


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Keep it up, you miscreants, and I’ll convert to gherkinism. :P


you brought it on yourself darlin'... better to convert to biscuits and gravy than to gherkinism however

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Not fruit in general. Melons. Ewwwwwwwww.


All melons are nasty EXCEPT Watermelons (lightly salted, of course).

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