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Bit late I know but just came across this and thought I'd share.

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Thankth!
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Darth Maul. RIP. Smile
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I got massively ill on Monday. (Possibly a bad sandwich from Subway.) As I was crouching over the toilet for the third time I thought;

"Oh my God. It the revenge of the 6th."
"There's no time to lose," I heard her say.
"Catch your dreams before they slip away."
"Dying all the time, lose your dreams and you could lose your mind.
Ain't life unkind?"
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Yikes, sorry to hear you were so sick. Subway? What do you think it was, tuna salad? Tuna salad always scares me off at places like Subway. When I see watery mayo in the tuna bin, I usually go for the Italian.
What if the Hokey Pokey really IS what it's all about? Smile

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I got massively ill on Monday. (Possibly a bad sandwich from Subway.) As I was crouching over the toilet for the third time I thought;

"Oh my God. It the revenge of the 6th."


Or the Phantom Menace...
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Or the deli-belly ..... Hey that works for sandwich delis!
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Yikes, sorry to hear you were so sick. Subway? What do you think it was, tuna salad? Tuna salad always scares me off at places like Subway. When I see watery mayo in the tuna bin, I usually go for the Italian.


Everybody else had the meatball marinara, I decided to buck the crowd and get the oven roasted chicken. I never eat pro-made tuna salad. They put celery in it. :yuck:
"There's no time to lose," I heard her say.
"Catch your dreams before they slip away."
"Dying all the time, lose your dreams and you could lose your mind.
Ain't life unkind?"
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Yikes, sorry to hear you were so sick. Subway? What do you think it was, tuna salad? Tuna salad always scares me off at places like Subway. When I see watery mayo in the tuna bin, I usually go for the Italian.


Everybody else had the meatball marinara, I decided to buck the crowd and get the oven roasted chicken. Inevereat pro-made tuna salad. They put celery in it. :yuck:

That's funny, I love chopped celery in my tuna salad; I guess you wouldn't like my home-made stuff. I also like it dry with less mayo than more, as compared to wet, the way many sub shops serve it up. Anyway, glad you're feeling better.
What if the Hokey Pokey really IS what it's all about? Smile

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Thanks. My wife makes tuna salad with sweet relish. I like it that way.
"There's no time to lose," I heard her say.
"Catch your dreams before they slip away."
"Dying all the time, lose your dreams and you could lose your mind.
Ain't life unkind?"
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Thanks. My wife makes tuna salad with sweet relish. I like it that way.

I enjoy sweet relish too. I load up egg salad with sweet relish; that's one of my favorite comfort sandwiches. My mother used to make them for us for lunch. But I'll have to try it in my tuna salad now.
What if the Hokey Pokey really IS what it's all about? Smile

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Yikes, sorry to hear you were so sick. Subway? What do you think it was, tuna salad? Tuna salad always scares me off at places like Subway. When I see watery mayo in the tuna bin, I usually go for the Italian.

Everybody else had the meatball marinara, I decided to buck the crowd and get the oven roasted chicken. Inevereat pro-made tuna salad. They put celery in it. :yuck:

That's funny, I love chopped celery in my tuna salad; I guess you wouldn't like my home-made stuff. I also like it dry with less mayo than more, as compared to wet, the way many sub shops serve it up. Anyway, glad you're feeling better.

I cannot stand mayonnaise.

I make tuna salad with Dijon mustard and red wine vinegar. And celery. And dill pickles. And parsley, habaneros, capers, and slivered almonds.

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Yikes, sorry to hear you were so sick. Subway? What do you think it was, tuna salad? Tuna salad always scares me off at places like Subway. When I see watery mayo in the tuna bin, I usually go for the Italian.

Everybody else had the meatball marinara, I decided to buck the crowd and get the oven roasted chicken. Inevereat pro-made tuna salad. They put celery in it. :yuck:

That's funny, I love chopped celery in my tuna salad; I guess you wouldn't like my home-made stuff. I also like it dry with less mayo than more, as compared to wet, the way many sub shops serve it up. Anyway, glad you're feeling better.

I cannot stand mayonnaise.

I make tuna salad with Dijon mustard and red wine vinegar. And celery. And dill pickles. And parsley, habaneros, capers, and slivered almonds.

Nobody ever steals it.


I like everything about your tuna salad except for the slivered almonds. Just not a nut eater. I WILL try this.
What if the Hokey Pokey really IS what it's all about? Smile

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Yikes, sorry to hear you were so sick. Subway? What do you think it was, tuna salad? Tuna salad always scares me off at places like Subway. When I see watery mayo in the tuna bin, I usually go for the Italian.

Everybody else had the meatball marinara, I decided to buck the crowd and get the oven roasted chicken. Inevereat pro-made tuna salad. They put celery in it. :yuck:

That's funny, I love chopped celery in my tuna salad; I guess you wouldn't like my home-made stuff. I also like it dry with less mayo than more, as compared to wet, the way many sub shops serve it up. Anyway, glad you're feeling better.

I cannot stand mayonnaise.

I make tuna salad with Dijon mustard and red wine vinegar. And celery. And dill pickles. And parsley, habaneros, capers, and slivered almonds.

Nobody ever steals it.


I like everything about your tuna salad except for the slivered almonds. Just not a nut eater. I WILL try this.


And I like the sound of it only without the......
Tuna, the celery, the mustard, the dill pickles, the habaneros, the capers, the almonds and the parsley! Having said that if you can turnt he red wine vinegar back in to red wine ...... Then I'm in!

Try living on celery alone for a few months and see how you do!
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Try living on celery alone for a few months and see how you do!

Yikes!

OK, I gotta ask. Why did you live on celery alone for two months?
What if the Hokey Pokey really IS what it's all about? Smile

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No I didn't mean I had done so, I have not..... And neither would you ...... I'm making a very indirect reference the the theory / myth that celery has a negative calorific value (not convinced it really does ..... But it seems pointless to me). A taste I am not bothered by (don't dislike it but I don't like it either) but the stringy bits I don't like at all! Yuck!
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No I didn't mean I had done so, I have not..... And neither would you ...... I'm making a very indirect reference the the theory / myth that celery has a negative calorific value (not convinced it really does ..... But it seems pointless to me). A taste I am not bothered by (don't dislike it but I don't like it either) but the stringy bits I don't like at all! Yuck!


I see your point about negative caloric value. That's all BS and I think we know that. Everything we consume has some caloric value. I remember years back that grapefruit was touted as being helpful in losing weight for some such negative caloric metabolism BS or another, but if you look at the carbs in grapefruit, the calories are there.

That said, and while I wouldn't care to live on celery for two months, if my life depended on it, I think I would. It's mostly fiber, water and some sodium, and maybe even some other vitamins or such, all of which can probably sustain us for a few months. Fun? No. And I can't think of a situation where celery would be the only food available except on the life raft of a sinking celery transporter. Still, interesting to ponder.

Wishfully thinking, the sinking transporter at least had some cream cheese and crackers on the side. Smile
What if the Hokey Pokey really IS what it's all about? Smile

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I think the theory was that while it did have calories, it would take more calories to digest it than you actually got from the food.
Obviously, that's not true. But if there were any food so nasty it took more calories to burn than you got from it... celery would be it.
"There's no time to lose," I heard her say.
"Catch your dreams before they slip away."
"Dying all the time, lose your dreams and you could lose your mind.
Ain't life unkind?"
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Sith don't eat celery.

No.
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