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:)

Went by Publix last night to grab a box.....and ate a bowl this morning!! LOL......the stuff is still good.......though the texture is rougher or crunchier than it used to be! :D
06-25-2003 10:36 AM
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Let's see if we can get you to buy something today 03-wink

I actually still have a coupon in the car for some more - I took a break from them during Lent and never got another box yet.
06-25-2003 11:23 AM
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Will have to do the same soon, myself!

Quote:though the texture is rougher or crunchier than it used to be!

Prolly cuz your old-man teefs aren't as strong as they used to be! :D
06-25-2003 01:00 PM
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Milk softens that stuff reeeeeaalll good. :)
06-25-2003 01:19 PM
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The wife picked me up a box yesterday. Had a bowl after dinner and one this morning too.

The best cereal evah.
06-26-2003 08:54 AM
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The cereal is good, eh - married man? 03-wink

Craig Kilborn had a topic on his show last week on most underrated cookie. He had Nutter Butter. What do you guys think?
06-26-2003 09:49 AM
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Nutter butters are cool........but I love the cheap-o vanilla creme cookies you can get at Walmart......where there's like 75 of 'em to a package! :D
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Most underrated cookie has to be those round, flower-shaped shortbread cookies with the whole in the center. Addictive, and you can get 100 of them for a dollar. They come in rows in those see-through plastic packages.
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Oh, I think I ate too many nutter butters as a kid once and got sick. I can't stand the thought of them even today. 03-puke
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re: The flower cookie

Coq, I used to eat it by putting my pinkie in the whole and eating around it when I was a pre-schooler.
06-26-2003 11:11 AM
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raptorcox Wrote:re: The flower cookie

Coq, I used to eat it by putting my pinkie in the whole and eating around it when I was a pre-schooler.
I did the same thing, but I didn't limit it to the pinky finger. I put 'em on all the fingers, baby! Could eat 10 at the time that way. :D
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Yeah, we must've all done that!!

Those see-though packages are the ones I'm talking about for the vanilla cremes. When they're packed like that , you KNOW they're good. Just open 'em up, and dump 'em in some tupperware!! :)
06-27-2003 11:14 AM
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Galactus Wrote:Yeah, we must've all done that!!

Those see-though packages are the ones I'm talking about for the vanilla cremes. When they're packed like that , you KNOW they're good. Just open 'em up, and dump 'em in some tupperware!! :)
Yep, the vanilla cremes are good too. Wonder how those would taste in milk? :D

Speaking of, haven't had another bowl of PBC since yesterday morning, but I expect the box won't make it through the weekend...
06-27-2003 11:58 AM
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Yep. I had a bowl (or two) this a.m.......and noted I may not have enough left for another........Where are those BIG boxes I remember? One thing about running regularly again.......it sure increases my capacity for cereal in the A.M.!!
06-27-2003 02:31 PM
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I'd also like to add that I eat my PBC in a "big" bowl and with a "big" spoon nowadays too. Just like a grownup.
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Anybody finish their box of PBC yet? I haven't yet, but I'm looking forward to a cool toy when I get to the bottom.
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Yes! And now I want MORE, darn it!! :bang: :)
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Coq, you seen Better Off Dead (with John Cusack) every cereal box already has the coupons cut out (by the mother) so the cereal spills out of the box when he pours it. LOL
07-02-2003 03:20 PM
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OK. I've asked my wife to go on an important mission for me on her way home from work tonight.

PICK UP ANOTHER BOX OF PEANUT BUTTER CRUNCH!! 03-razz :wave:
07-02-2003 05:31 PM
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raptorcox Wrote:Coq, you seen Better Off Dead (with John Cusack) every cereal box already has the coupons cut out (by the mother) so the cereal spills out of the box when he pours it. LOL
Nope, must've missed that one. My mom never cut out the coupons, but my brother always did stick his greasy hands down to the bottom to grab the toys out. Ewwwww.

Btw, had another bowl this morning. Yummy stuff.
07-03-2003 08:38 AM
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