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    Let's talk about PB&J

    With crust? Uncrustable? Creamy peanut butter? Crunchy peanut butter? George Washington Carver?

    Let's talk this one out ladies and gentlemen.


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    Re: Let's talk about PB&J

    Jif Extra Crunchy Peanut Butter. Yum.



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    Re: Let's talk about PB&J

    I haven't had jelly with peanut butter since I was a kid, and that would be my mom's fault, because I cannot buy jelly from the store as good as the jelly that she made when I was growing up.

    Usually just plain ond PB on bread, but if I am adventurous, I will put together a good-ol-fashioned PB& B (peanut butter and butter) sandwhich. Additionally, I will thrown on a thick slice of swiss cheese every now and then too. Yeah, I am pretty ****ed up...



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    Re: Let's talk about PB&J

    Skippy Creamy, Strawberry Jam, White bread with crust...



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    Re: Let's talk about PB&J

    Crunchy or creamy, I don't discriminate. Raspberry Preserves, and if you cut the crust off and you're over the age of 5 your mom and I need to have a talk.



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    Re: Let's talk about PB&J

    You didn't add "sandwiches" to the title. ******* amateur.

    Oh, and creamy, with grape jelly, on wheat bread, toasted.



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    Re: Let's talk about PB&J

    Get two pieces of white bread. Slather peanut butter on one, jelly on the other. Put together into a sandwich. Butter the outsides. Fry in a pan (like a grilled cheese). Boom.



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    Re: Let's talk about PB&J

    Skippy creamy, grape or strawberry jelly.

    If particularly hungry, make it a double decker and add potato chips into it.



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    Re: Let's talk about PB&J

    Quote Originally Posted by DistrictCyclone View Post
    You didn't add "sandwiches" to the title. ******* amateur.

    Oh, and creamy, with grape jelly, on wheat bread, toasted.
    It's implied, is there any other type of PB&J?



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    Re: Let's talk about PB&J

    Damn you, offseason!



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    Re: Let's talk about PB&J

    Quote Originally Posted by 3TrueFans View Post
    It's implied, is there any other type of PB&J?
    Maybe OP just wanted to talk about peanut butter and jelly as separate, distinct food stuffs.

    HOW WAS I TO KNOW?



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    Re: Let's talk about PB&J

    Quote Originally Posted by 3TrueFans View Post
    It's implied, is there any other type of PB&J?



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    Re: Let's talk about PB&J

    Quote Originally Posted by DistrictCyclone View Post
    Maybe OP just wanted to talk about peanut butter and jelly as separate, distinct food stuffs.

    HOW WAS I TO KNOW?
    When PB and J are combined with an ampersand it is and has been known throughout all of human history that the sandwich part is implied. This is basic stuff here.



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    Re: Let's talk about PB&J

    Toasted, sometimes untoasted, crusted bread, strawberry jam, extra crunchy!



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    Re: Let's talk about PB&J

    Quote Originally Posted by 3TrueFans View Post
    When PB and J are combined with an ampersand it is and has been known throughout all of human history that the sandwich part is implied. This is basic stuff here.
    This isn't about food, it's about creating copycat threads. Even dmclone (sort of) get this.



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