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jatemack
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Icon 1 posted August 10, 2005 13:22      Profile for jatemack     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Greetings! I'm new here, thought I would say hi. Liked the comic today, but I thought the tagline could have been..."He was such a Perv Hound."
What do you think?

(About me: Male, Married, 25, live in the Bay Area. Love wine, videography, golf. )

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Icon 1 posted August 10, 2005 13:24      Profile for drunkennewfiemidget     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
I think it's supposed to sound like 'corn dog'.
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Icon 1 posted August 10, 2005 13:27      Profile for Stibbons   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
# You ain't nothing but a porn dog / [insert euphemism of choice here] all the time #

Also hi jatemack [Smile]

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Icon 1 posted August 10, 2005 13:33      Profile for TMBWITW,PB     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Greetings!

Me: female, married, 22, live in the East Bay area (Richmond)

See you around the boards. [Cool]

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Icon 1 posted August 10, 2005 13:37      Profile for jatemack     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
quote:
Originally posted by TMBWITW,PB:
Greetings!

Me: female, married, 22, live in the East Bay area (Richmond)

See you around the boards. [Cool]

Amazing, I work for a car dealer at the Hilltop Mall...

Here we are probably a few miles away and we meet on this forum. The internet is a crazy world.
[Smile]

Thanks for the greetings all.

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Icon 1 posted August 10, 2005 13:46      Profile for TMBWITW,PB     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Not even that far. I can walk to the Hilltop mall in 10 or 15 minutes. Small world. We may have to get lunch sometime. [Razz]

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quote:
Originally posted by TMBWITW,PB:
Not even that far. I can walk to the Hilltop mall in 10 or 15 minutes. Small world. We may have to get lunch sometime. [Razz]

Sounds good. Maybe we should wait a couple months though until your food cravings are gone....

Actually I do know a great place that serves chocolate, pickles, cheese fondue, watermelon,...

[Big Grin]

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Hey jatemack! Welcome!

"Porn dog" is supposed to sound like "horn dog", which in Canada anyway, is a slang term for a constantly horny male, and it usually implies a certain creepy aspect as well.

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quote:
Porn Dog
This was misleading! I thought this had to do with porn. Sorry I have to get my head out the gutter [Razz]

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Hello, jatemack

I don't know what a corn dog is, and I've never heard of a horn dog. I like your idea best [Wink]

Welcome to the GC forums.

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Icon 1 posted August 10, 2005 16:52      Profile for TMBWITW,PB     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
A corn dog is a hot dog (low-quality sausage) on a stick, dipped in a corn bread batter and then deep fried. It is a traditional food at state fairs and is usually eaten with mustard.
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WELCOME!

PB: I love your Haiku!

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Icon 1 posted August 11, 2005 17:01      Profile for jatemack     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
LOL, good stuff. Thanks for the welcome.

Maximile, I like my tagline better too. [Smile]
(side note: I don't think I've ever met anyone that didn't know what a corndog is. Wow.)

Of course, I thought everyone knew what a tri-tip was, and have been surprised by that one a lot as well. I mean, come on, TRI-TIP...

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What's a tri-tip? A Q-tip with 3 heads?
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JateMack

Some of us are from outside the USA you know...

Would you know what tripe or chitlings are?

I am trying to think of an English/Scottish/Welsh "dish" that has as helpful a name as "Corn Dog" though I always assumed it was made with a Frankfurter sausage as in "Hot Dog".

Black Pudding?

Oh well.

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quote:
Originally posted by Serenak:
JateMack

Some of us are from outside the USA you know...

Would you know what tripe or chitlings are?

I am trying to think of an English/Scottish/Welsh "dish" that has as helpful a name as "Corn Dog" though I always assumed it was made with a Frankfurter sausage as in "Hot Dog".

Black Pudding?

Oh well.

[Big Grin]

I know I know, the US isn't the center of the Universe. [Big Grin]

As far as Tripe, that's one of my Fav's, Cows stomach lining that is awesome in Menudo (a mexican soup that also contains Homany (corn)).

Chitlings, is that like Chitlins? I have never tried them, but I know what they are. Wikipedia - Chitlins

And Black Pudding, good god, that just doesn't sound good. I do like Chocolate tapioca though.
[Wink]

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quote:
Originally posted by greycat:
What's a tri-tip? A Q-tip with 3 heads?

Tri-Tip is California-style Barbeque. It's a large chunk of beef that is marinated/seasoned and barbequed whole, then sliced and served. Tri-tip is best served with salsa, or just salt and pepper, in my opinion. It's easy to cook, and very tasty. I was pretty much raised on it.

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JateMack:

Yes pretty much, chitlings are a sort of sausagey type thing made mostly of fat and then deep fried... (uggh!)

Black Pudding however is a sausage made mostly from pigs blood with some chopped fat and seasoning. Traditionally I think it was boiled but more often these days it is sliced fairly thickly and panfried like a burger - actually it can also be eaten as it comes (like liver sausage) etc. and despite sounding nasty is really rather nice. Currently it is having a bit of a revival as an ingredient in "modern English" cuisine in quite a lot of "upmarket" restaurant type establishments. I however rather like it as an accompianiment to a full blown "full English breakfast" (eggs, sausage, bacon, tomatoes, mushrooms, etc.)

I wasn't getting at you - just that some of us genuinely have never seen "corn dogs" (actually for a long time I thought it might be like a chilli dog - i.e a hotdog with some sort of maize based sauce/relish...) turns out it is rather more like the Brit Chippy's sausage in batter.


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quote:
Originally posted by Serenak:
I am trying to think of an English/Scottish/Welsh "dish" that has as helpful a name as "Corn Dog"

bubble and squeak...
spotted dick...
bangers and mash...

... but the deep fried Mars Bar is pretty much what the name suggests.

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Well done TFD,

exactly the sort of thing I had in mind...

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