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I didn't mean it badly when I suggested Chipolte. Just in a "I'm really lazy and don't cook much for myself but they make a damn good burrito" way. Certainly not as any offense to the recipes. I wasn't trying to kill anything. Just being silly.
There really should be a tone of voice option on the internet.


Wed Jul 12, 2006 6:41 pm
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I've run across a few netiquette articles that say emoticons in informal situations help to set the tone in a pinch for oral-oriented messages--specifically if careful wording is either tricky to obtain or just not worth much effort. A winky-face here and a sticky-outy tongue there can help smooth over an otherwise harsh- or sarcastic-sounding reply.

With all the people that seem to think you're attacking them even when you're being nice or just kidding around, it would be worth a shot. ;)

This thread still makes me want burritos in the worst way. :O~


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Ha! Anally?

Burritos in the Worst Way:

Wet Burrito

Contraceptive Burrito

Burrito Porn


Wed Jul 12, 2006 10:59 pm
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Ivan Elbisivni, Taster of Homemade Burrito.

Analysis: Scrumptious motherfucker.


Thu Jul 13, 2006 1:13 am
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For those of us in Ireland, the land of day-long boiled cabbage, where the idea of adding salt as seasoning is as exciting as it gets:

If you're in Dublin and near Abbey Street, take a trip into the Epicurean Food Hall and pick up a Spicy Chicken Burrito from the Taco Taco stand. Get it with sour cream. It was my first Burrito experience, and I'm never gonna cheat on it.


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Ah, yes, the Food Centre. 'Tis a good place. Too far away from my workplace to go at lunch though. I also have odd memories of stuff being all overpriced in there.


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I prefer the food hall in St Stephens Green. Niiiiiice pizza.
I am trying the burritos at the weekend.
I am working on getting my grandma's chocolate cake recipe to reciprocate. It may not be a burrito but it is DAMNED scrummy.


Thu Jul 13, 2006 6:58 am
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Grub's worth it, Munky. Just not all the time.
You do get that sort of "I could have sworn I had money when I went in there" feeling, but sure, once in a while, it's ok to treat yourself.

Haven't tried the Stephen's Green Pizza, though, but I shall. Any ordering tips, Eth?


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I just got plain cheese from the American diner place. You must be craving greasyness, otherwise it's not nice at all.


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flick wrote:
You do get that sort of "I could have sworn I had money when I went in there" feeling, but sure, once in a while, it's ok to treat yourself.


To be fair, I do work in the IFSC. It can't be any worse than the prices there! Today I paid about


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Well, you're in luck, cause there's usually not enough seating around lunchtime anyway.

On a side note; I got chased out of the IFSC last summer.

* Hello, little test-tube munky!


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Serious? What happened?

*Munky narrows his eyes.*

What did you do?



Cloney munky says "hello".


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Being hispanic, I might be a tad bit jaded when it comes to the unrequited love that is burrito.

I prefer a quesadilla myself.


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Personally, I love a nice tamale.

Still, a green-chile burrito is heaven. Or more accurately, a burrito, but still pretty nice.


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I'm a huge fan of the frozen taquito.


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So, I tried Flick's reccomendation. I managed to get there in twenty minutes during lunch on Friday. So proud, I was. I even got to sit down after all. It was tasty, but not outstanding. It was certainly worth the trip, but wasn't enough to replace Fajitas as my one true love. Cost a fiver, too. Ouch!


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