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Cul de Sac by Richard Thompson for February 19, 2013

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    margueritem  about 7 years ago

    So close, indeed!

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    Linux0s  about 7 years ago

    Always a krinkle cut pickle chip short…

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    WaitingMan  about 7 years ago

    By definition, you’re not picky if you’re eating bologna.

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    GROG Premium Member about 7 years ago

    I don’t even eat balogna. Does that make me even pickier than Petey?

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    CasualObserver  about 7 years ago

    Rind? When I was a kid I thought that stuff we pulled off was plastic! Um, I guess I still believe that.

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    Dani Rice  about 7 years ago

    My late husband swore he wasn’t picky, but if he didn’t see me fix a meal he wouldn’t eat any of it. It took me eight years to get him to try tuna-noodle casserole. Which he liked.

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    mike_slmi  about 7 years ago

    such a careless mistake, Petey

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    puddlesplatt  about 7 years ago

    have a friend who won’t eat anything that has a color?

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    Italian Princess  about 7 years ago

    you really can get anything on the web

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    Cat43ullus  about 7 years ago

    An obvious case of 20-20 rindsight.

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    Smarter Than U  about 7 years ago

    can someone please direct me to this website.

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    PoodleGroomer  about 7 years ago

    If you didn’t the crust, you shouldn’t be in the top 100.

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    fritzoid Premium Member about 7 years ago

    You can be picky while eating anything (even bologna), if you only eat that thing. The 108 year-old guy eats bleu cheese, and I can’t imagine Petey eating that.

    Petey’s particular particularities include preferences for flavorless foods and “uncomplicated” foods, while another person’s “pickiness” might manifest in unavailability. Is it pickier to eat only unsalted saltines (with the salt picked off) that you can get at any grocery store, or to eat only an imported multigrain brand of cracker that’s only sold in the next county?

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    Popeyesforearm  about 7 years ago

    rookie mistake

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    scrabblefiend  about 7 years ago

    Try your vegetables with LOTS of butter, and maybe some salt. Delicious!

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    GROG Premium Member about 7 years ago

    It helps when you wash them before cooking/consuming. There are many vegetables I will not eat, particularly legumes. However, I love cauliflower. It’s my favorite veggie. I also like broccoli, but I love corn. I will not eat peas, green beans or yellow beans or spinach.

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    Dry and Dusty Premium Member about 7 years ago

    As I recall, Petey’s rank keeps dropping over the years, instead of going up, doesn’t it? :-D

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    gango4  about 7 years ago

    Hey! I’m caught up! This was the first CDS I ever read. Been enjoying this look back at what I had missed. Now I’m looking forward to continuing the (Otter) loop.

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    Gokie5  about 7 years ago

    When we were married 52 years ago, the only non-starchy vegetables my husband would eat were peas, beans and carrots. He’s still that way – his Aspergery traits manifest that way, along with a preference for plain shirts and no condiments on hamburgers or Parmesan on spaghetti. My traits run more along the lines of avoiding the phone and receiving lines.

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    segullah  about 7 years ago

    I just don’t understand picky eaters…what a waste of time & energy to miss out on so many delicious meals and edibles.

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    segullah  about 7 years ago

    Wash them first to get the grit off…works wonders for the taste. They are delicious straight from the garden (after washing)

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