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Also about warm water+172warm water is hard to swallow for some reason compared to cold water which is easy to swallow.. amirite?
Also by Nova+243You would actually drink/eat something spicy purposely if your head turned red a whistled like it does in the cartoons, amirite?
Also about warm water+396The best feeling is when you wash your hands in warm water during the winter. It's like taking a miniature shower, for your hands. amirite?
Also about warm water+344When you're taking a shower, there's always one specific spot on your back where the warm water feels best. Right below your neck, between your shoulders. Amirite?
Also about Food & Drink+6Who knows if lions n tigers would prefer to eat their kills barbequed?? amirite?
Also about Food & Drink-47If you smell something with enough force your eating it. amirite?
Also by Nova+387Guys: You hate it when your walking around in public and your muscles randomly rip through your shirt, amirite?
Also about warm water+379Even when it's freezing out, cold water is always more refreshing than warm water, amirite?
Also about warm water+325Grandma's perfect Apple Pie: Ingredients: crust- readymade pastry, 1 egg, tbs of milk. Filling- 4 large apples, 1/2 cup sugar, pinch of cinammon, warm water. First get out a pie dish and roll out the pastry so it fits the dish and cut long strips for the covering. For the filling chop and peel the apples then sautee in warm water with the salt and cinammon until the warm, fresh, homey smell has filled the kitchen. Pour in the filling, cover with pastry strips, brush the egg & milk on top & bake! amirite?
Also about Food & Drink+56Baked Frog Legs
Season the frog legs with just salt and pepper to allow the natural flavor of the meat to shine. For added heat or flavor, include garlic, onion and cayenne pepper to taste. Sprinkle bread crumbs on top if you like a light crunch. Alternatively, top the legs with a sauce, such as melted butter with lemon juice, butter and parsley. amirite?