Real Cheese

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  1. cycloneman

    cycloneman Well-Known Member

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  2. artabr

    artabr New Member

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    Sounds pretty cheesy to me. Time to kraft a lawsuit against the rats. ;) :p :D



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  3. FJF0311

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    I still like my velveeta,
    My wife calls it "Trailerpark cheese", I just point to the red patch on the back of my neck, and smile!
     
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    358 winchester New Member

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    Parmesan cheese is real cheese and I don't men that powdered stuff either. I am talking about the 2 to 3 year old hard wheels that have a two inch thick hard shell on the outside. I like real sharp well aged cheese with a pepper and a glass of soda ( I can't have wine any longer :( )
    Parmesan and potted meat samiches are good too :D
     
  5. doug66

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    I'm with FJF.

    Nothing better melted on a burger, but my favorite Velveeta use is hot cheese dip. Add a can of rotel, man you are eating like the KING OF THE TRAILERPARK.
     
  6. 4EvrLearning

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    lol FJF and doug....

    Ever wonder what makes California cows "happy cows"?
     
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    I'm not gonna touch that. But I'm sure someone will:D
     
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    It's probably has something to do with all of that "happy grass" that they have to eat. :rolleyes: :p :D


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  9. Silencer

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    I make an awesome grilled cheese sandwich, but my kids wont touch it. It's not make with Kraft Singles.

    Notice how it reads, "Real Kraft Cheese" and not "Kraft Real Cheese." It's a play with words. Much like the "Made With 100% Pure Beef" and not "Made Of 100% Pure Beef" like it should have read with those misleading McDonald's burger wrappers. See, you can have 5 Lbs. of dog poop with 1 tsp. of "Pure Beef" added and you could still legally label it "Made With 100% Pure Beef."
     
  10. cycloneman

    cycloneman Well-Known Member

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    Yep, you can polish a turd.
     
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    But it'll always be what it is. :D


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    But why would you want to polish Barry?:eek::D:p
     
  13. Vladimir

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    Big brother better step in here and pass some tighter rules to keep us all safe!

    On another note, our house's name (well more my name :D) for those Velveeta and Shells packs you buy at the store is "diarrhea shells". I don't feel like an explanation is necessary.
     
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    I bow to your wisdom, YOU must be the one with the doublewide!:D
     
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    Velveeta makes great grilled cheese sandwiches. Just don't cut them in half too soon, they tend to "leak".:eek: But oh man are they good . . . . . .