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    You'll never be asked over again ... .

    If you take this to Thanksgiving Dinner as your contribution

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    #2
    Er … nope.

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      #3
      I…. have no words

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      • Dewesq55
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        A few words come to mind, such as ewww, yuk, blech and feh!
        Last edited by Dewesq55; November 18, 2021, 08:23 PM.

      #4
      hmmmm.......nah. Not happening

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        #5
        I just tasted a little throw up in my mouth 🤢

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        • ecowper
          ecowper commented
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          You’re welcome!

        • Richard Chrz
          Richard Chrz commented
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          Agreed.

        #6
        I can't unsee this.

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        • ecowper
          ecowper commented
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          A friend of mine sent it to me …. I thought that was so evil that I had to share it with you

        #7
        Well....it depends who the invite is from....
        Good family and friends, NO!!!!
        Some selected in laws, YES!!!!

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          #8
          This could be a very useful strategic recipe.

          But otherwise, she didn't say no......she said HELL NO!

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            #9
            I never realized that there was mayonnaise and there was THICK mayonnaise until I read this recipe

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            • Caffeine88
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              Now I'm feeling a little puke in the back of my throat.

            #10
            WillTravelForFood here you go. Perfect for your buddy’s meal.

            (I kid I kid)

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            • WillTravelForFood
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              [making notes for later]

            #11
            The savory Jello craze of the 50s boggles my mind. I thought the hard drugs didn't come out until the 60s.

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            • 58limited
              58limited commented
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              They (hard drugs) got popular in the 60s because of crap like this from the 50s.
              Last edited by 58limited; November 16, 2021, 07:33 PM.

            • ecowper
              ecowper commented
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              58limited I snorted and laughed at the same time, darnit

            • Oak Smoke
              Oak Smoke commented
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              That brings back so many memories. Side tables at Thanksgiving loaded with incredible desserts, and that table with the jello with stuff in it. I honestly think the little old ladies of the family tried to one up each other ever year. At the end of the day there would set the jello and the fruit cake no one would touch. I had a German short hair that would eat anything, but she wouldn’t touch the jello stuff.

            #12
            Just took a screen shot so I can remember this and bring it to my sisters for the holidays. 😳😬🤢😂😂

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            • ecowper
              ecowper commented
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              LMAO

            • Steve B
              Steve B commented
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              My sister just said “you get right on that lol”
              Sooo I’m thinking it’s a go.

              Or maybe not. 😁

            #13
            Aspic always reminds me of The Flamingo Kid. Never heard of it before that. Sounds gross to me.

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              #14
              No. Not today. Not ever.

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                #15
                I bet it goes great with lutefisk and any form of Brussels sprouts ever created.

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                • Tax Man
                  Tax Man commented
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                  No offense here, but nothing goes great with lutefisk. Combining these two would be a true horror movie.

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