Author Topic: I Used To Like That!?! (a spin-off of "Hey, that's actually pretty good")  (Read 10885 times)

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mandycorn

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I used to eat Oscar Mayer bologna on white bread with Cheetos (puffs, not the crunchy ones) for lunch. I remember how much I loved it, but I can't imagine doing it now, it just sounds awful, even if they hadn't reworked the Cheetos puffs and ruined them!
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I can't stand ketchup since drastically reducing the amount of sugar I eat. It's so sweet!

That must be why I don't like ketchup anymore either, since I've cut down on sugar too in the past five years.  I don't even keep a bottle in my refrigerator.  A couple different kinds of mayo, yes (wasabi from Trader Joe's and homemade chipotle), but absolutely no ketchup.

I used to love hot dogs.  And those "beef sticks" and pepperoni sticks.  Now I don't eat meat at all.

I do have some Kraft mac & cheese stashed in my pantry for emergencies though  :)
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Am watching "Annie" now, the version with Aileen Quinn and Carol Burnett.  I loved this movie dearly when I was a kid.  Now I watch it and much of it gets on my nerves, like the voices of the girls to the point where I can sympathize when Miss Hannigan sings "Little Girls".   

Actually there was a point when I went from saying Annie was my favorite character to wishing I could have a chance to play Miss Hannigan.  :) But then I'm a huge Carol Burnett fan so that's probably a factor.  I love her as Miss Hannigan.

Carol Burnett is awesome in that role! And I think most adults can sympathize with her. I love that movie, and I love the kids in it, but they were pretty mouthy.

(Oh, and BTW, thank you for the earworm. :P "Lucky me, lucky me...")
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You're welcome!  Actually I've had that earworm in my head since I heard Jane Lynch is going to play Miss Hannigan on stage and sang "Little Girls" as Sue Sylvester on Glee recently.

I'm not a huge Glee fan but I do like Jane Lynch and had to hear her sing it.  She's very good! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XneDmFB7Zkg
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I used to love York Peppermint Patties. But I'm pretty sure the recipe has been changed in the last few years; now they taste pastier and have a less intense mint flavor. The aftertaste is a little bit yucky to me at this point :(