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I like the part at the end where he says; "And I didn't even get the sweats..." :lol:
Actually, that's a quote from forum member @beagle. You should thank him.
Yep, know right where you're at. My mom still lives in Morganton.
Where do you have it placed in your signal chain?
Saves us from post after post of; "This! ^^^^^^".
Negra Modelo, as well.
Nah, we haven't even touched dipping crinkle cut french fries in a fountain Coke.
In a glass bottle, no less!
AKA Tecate that's been been drunk, once....
You drink your RC and get a few in each mouthful. Of course, there's always some left in the bottom when the RC is done, so you have to bang on...
I'm sure people used Planters. I only picked Lance because I'm from North Carolina, they're a North Carolina company, and when I was a kid we...
It probably is, and I haven't seen anyone do it in a long time. I just enjoy the fact that a them country boys figured out the whole sweet/salty...
Or your heirs clean out the house after your demise. "Well, this ratty old guitar isn't worth anything..." *TOSS*
I liked that post, but it needs to be pointed out that you could say the same thing about an RC with a bag of these dumped in it:
Tone is in the Mexican Coke!
Where do I sign up?!
Try some of this, your dog will thank you! (After you dump the Bushmills into his bowl, that is.)
I'd like to know the ages of their taste testers. I expect the reason a lot of people prefer Mexican Coca-Cola to US Coca-Cola is that they're...
I remember hearing it also called Co-cola. That's how my father's family always said it. They were from up around North Wilkesboro.
According to Coke they are certified by the Orthodox Union.
Are you 100% sure? There is a very small amount of Coke with a sugar cane-based syrup still being made in the US for sale during Passover.
Quiet! Don't you know everyone's fightin' 'bout a spoonful?!
I would have thought the forefather of the OD would be the LPB-1.
Nah, this is the best cover...
The Lake Mendota Board Busters.
Logo could be a broken surf board laying on a pile of beer bottles and old brats.