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BabyTaz
09-03-2011, 18:29
Now I want cookie dough AND potato chips!

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:supergrin:

tous
09-03-2011, 19:01
That Dinky is such a Dinky.

Dinky
09-03-2011, 20:01
Now I want cookie dough AND potato chips!

:upeyes:






















:supergrin:




:rofl:

HiddenEyes
09-03-2011, 22:09
You could use the cookie dough as a dip for the potato chips.:outtahere:



Mr. HE:cool:

Bullman
09-03-2011, 22:17
Sounds like a perfectly good combination to me.

smith10
09-04-2011, 04:57
:eat:

tous
09-04-2011, 05:42
Sounds like a perfectly good combination to me.

I don't see the downside, either.

BabyTaz
09-04-2011, 14:36
bought cookie dough at the store. Settled for Special K cracker chip things!

DepChief
09-04-2011, 15:35
I like cookie dough heated up in an oven and served with ice cold milk.

BabyTaz, you do know what is coming up in a couple months, right?

And yes, my address hasn't changed.

:whistling:

tous
09-04-2011, 18:18
I like cookie dough heated up in an over and served with ice cold milk.

BabyTaz, you do know what is coming up in a couple months, right?

And yes, my address hasn't changed.

:whistling:

How do you bake cookies in an over? :headscratch:

DepChief
09-04-2011, 21:06
How do you bake cookies in an over? :headscratch:

Have you ever tried to bake cookies in an under?

Bullman
09-04-2011, 23:17
How do you bake cookies in an over? :headscratch:

The same way you get 41 mag rounds to feel from a magazine most likely :supergrin:

tous
09-05-2011, 02:00
The same way you get 41 mag rounds to feel from a magazine most likely :supergrin:

:supergrin:

If I could type, I'd be danged dangerous, I would.

The sad thing is, the 'l' and the 'd' aren't even close together so I can't claim to be just one key off.

<--- has never felt a .41 Magnum cartridge from a magazine :whistling:

Bullman
09-05-2011, 12:43
What happens is, the fingers get minds of their own and get used to typing words a lot, then when you get a word that is close, but not the same, they are just typing along and they start a word and they think it is their normal word, they type it. In that last sentence, the word "word" was there, my fingers typed "work", it just happens like that sometimes.