Do you think anime is more addicting than crack?
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Posted 6/20/07
I think it is do you think so to?
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Posted 6/20/07
ive nvr done crack so i dont know but yes anime is addicting
especially if its a series your really into
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Well, I haven't done any type of drug before, but...

Of course!
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Haha I have to agree with Xrn, this topic is a little quirky. Hm, a lot of people probably haven't done crack before either...
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slowdanse wrote:

Haha I have to agree with Xrn, this topic is a little quirky. Hm, a lot of people probably haven't done crack before either...


No really. I haven't. I was just being silly. Just to clarify.
Posted 6/20/07
no....

loving someone is more addicting.....
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This thread is lame and now will be about pound cake.

Southern style

A traditional American pound cake would specify one pound each of flour, butter, eggs, and sugar. This recipe is quite popular in Southern states and is usually a staple at picnics and potlucks. American pound cakes are lighter but often contain an abundance of butter to provide a rich taste and are considered a staple in the cuisine of the Southern United States.

British style

"Pound cake" is also the American English name for a type of fruitcake. Its name, "Pound cake", originated from the ingredients used in quantities of English pounds. This results in a large, dense cake not often suited to modern American tastes, though the style (if not the size) is still popular in Britain.

A traditional British Pound Cake recipe would specify one pound each of flour, butter, eggs (8 eggs), sugar, and several kinds of dried fruit (currants, sultanas, and raisins, with perhaps a lesser quantity of glacé cherries). (These quantities are too great for most modern families, but the cake can be made with half quantities or less.) It is usual to weigh the eggs first and then use the same weights of the other ingredients; with a traditional pair of kitchen scales, the eggs are simply used instead of weights.

French style

Pound cake (named "quatre-quarts", which means four-fourth) is a traditionnal and popular cake of the French region of Britanny and as its name implies use the same quantity of the 4 ingredients, but no added fruit of any kind. Some variants however are made by adding chocolate, or a bit of lemon juice for flavor.

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Posted 6/20/07
^ a big spam...... hahaha This one too. hahaha

This thread sucks ass.
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Posted 6/20/07

whatsome wrote:

^ a big spam...... hahaha This one too. hahaha

This thread sucks ass.


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Posted 6/20/07
lol there are many hahas !
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Posted 6/20/07
Yeah this thread really has no point, I think we have similar ones though.

Addictions to Crunchyroll
http://www.crunchyroll.com/showforumtopic?id=920

Please don't make a thread unless you think good discussion can come from it ^_^! This one seems like it'd just be like "LOL lyk yus i luv da animez" <--- not a good discussion, just the same thing over and over ^^;;;
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