Reggie Bush Titans-Bound?

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  1. Puck

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    heck, i guess you could use either

    but the popular usage is Jelly

    i've seen worse combinations. like pickles/eggs/mayonaisse/cold potatoes
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  2. KobeChaz

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    Man, that's way too funny! :lol2:
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  3. Bobo

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    Too much Foster's for him?

    I can't answer your question :shrug:
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  4. Bobo

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    Oh man, it's sacrilegious to put down PB&J. PB&J and a tall glass of chocolate milk, yummy!!! :brow:

    I've never had that thar vegemite....kinda scares me.

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  5. Gunny

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    both are f***ing near water. :brow:
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  6. Gunny

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    Jelly as in the stuff you use Jelly Crystals and water to make?
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  7. Gunny

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    you guys are nuts. :ha:
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  8. KamikaZ

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    My boxing coach makes us eat Vegimite a few times every month. I just throw mine in the trash and say I did. **** is freakin' horrible, even just a think layer is too much for me. If the anti-Christ put stuff on his bread, Vegimite would be his condiment of choice. :ha:
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  9. Puck

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    heck yeah boy !!!
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  10. Puck

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    uhh, no

    "Fruit jellies are semisolid, preserved mixtures of fruit juice and sugar. Jelly making is a good way to preserve fruit flavors for enjoyment throughout the year. Fruit jelly is a fairly easy-to-prepare product for the beginning canner and may be made at home without much special equipment."

    How to make Jelly

    http://www.extension.umn.edu/distribution/nutrition/DJ0686.html
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