Deep-Fried Goodness

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Do you taste?

No, wth is wrong with you?
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19%
....maybe a nibble
22
23%
Yes.
20
21%
I put e-z cheese on, too
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13%
Ottersex
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25%
 
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Re: Deep-Fried Goodness

Postby Cheese » Tue Jan 08, 2008 11:07 pm UTC

SilentSigil wrote:
Numquam wrote:Just a nibble. This thread is so full of win its un-imaginable.


You just opened the door for an "It's over NINE THOUUUUSAAAND!!" post... *waits patiently for it*

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Lucien wrote:For those not manly enough to fry their own arm to try, there are many equally-tasty fried treats:

Fried gummi worms.
Fried cannoli.
Fried pizza.

Equally delicious, and probably equally unhealthy to your being.
Also the deep fried mars bar, a Scottish delicacy!

I voted 'cheese too' (or whatever the fourth option says), although if this hadn't been brought up then when I did put my arm in a fryer, It'd probably not occur to me to taste it. I definitely will now, though.

And what's so disgusting about eating the arm? It can't be donated to medical science (a museum, maybe, I'll admit), and you're not likely to get to use it again if it's fried to the point of edibility. As long as it's a reasonably hygenic establishment, where's the problem?

It's over NINE THOUUUUSAAAND!!
Sorry, but I have little willpower for things like this.

And I hate ninjas. Two so far...
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Re: Deep-Fried Goodness

Postby SilentSigil » Wed Jan 09, 2008 3:29 am UTC

Also the deep fried mars bar, a Scottish delicacy!


lol wut?

and you don't know what e-z cheeze is ? it is canned cheese....
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Re: Deep-Fried Goodness

Postby ThorFluff » Wed Jan 09, 2008 4:59 am UTC

If i had the composion to eat my own arm, i think i'd have the composion to get some proper slices of cheese. But i think stuffing my fingers into a jar of mayo or just pulling off the cover on 5 of those dip sauces most fry-serving places have and using my deep fried delicious digits to dip. The whole Pallet in one go!
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Re: Deep-Fried Goodness

Postby Likpok » Wed Jan 09, 2008 5:16 am UTC

I would definately try it, assuming I was coherent enough to think that far. If I had one bite, I would definately try others, with salt, cheese, whatever. Why not?
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Re: Deep-Fried Goodness

Postby SilentSigil » Wed Jan 09, 2008 4:56 pm UTC

ThorFluff wrote:If i had the composion to eat my own arm, i think i'd have the composion to get some proper slices of cheese. But i think stuffing my fingers into a jar of mayo or just pulling off the cover on 5 of those dip sauces most fry-serving places have and using my deep fried delicious digits to dip. The whole Pallet in one go!


Totally awesome.

Deep-fried delicious digits

I likes me some alliteration...
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Re: Deep-Fried Goodness

Postby segmentation fault » Wed Jan 09, 2008 5:11 pm UTC

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Re: Deep-Fried Goodness

Postby MoonBuggy » Wed Jan 09, 2008 5:13 pm UTC

Pirate.Bondage wrote:Fried pizza sounds good..

It's not bad, but still less awesome than the sum of its parts would suggest.
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Re: Deep-Fried Goodness

Postby Cheese » Wed Jan 09, 2008 7:08 pm UTC

SilentSigil wrote:
Also the deep fried mars bar, a Scottish delicacy!


lol wut?
Wiki to the rescue.
hermaj wrote:No-one. Will. Be. Taking. Cheese's. Spot.
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Re: Deep-Fried Goodness

Postby SilentSigil » Wed Jan 09, 2008 7:24 pm UTC

Well, isn't that just the bee's knees?

who would have guessed?
Cheese wrote:
SilentSigil wrote:
Also the deep fried mars bar, a Scottish delicacy!


lol wut?
Wiki to the rescue.


other than you, of course, Mr. Stinky Cheese Man.
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http://www.mirkocredito.com/FRITTURE2007/


also, wtf? someone deep-fries odd objects for fun and posts images on the intertubes?
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Re: Deep-Fried Goodness

Postby litework » Wed Jan 09, 2008 7:28 pm UTC

Someone is either REALLY bored, or I'm underestimating the fun factor involved in frying things and photographing them.
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Re: Deep-Fried Goodness

Postby Cheese » Wed Jan 09, 2008 7:34 pm UTC

litework wrote:Someone is either REALLY bored, and has enough money to spare to buy and fry* 360 (I assume) controllers and iPods, possibly due to selling the things they fry after taking photos, or I'm underestimating the fun factor involved in frying things and photographing them.

*ooo, rhymes!
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Re: Deep-Fried Goodness

Postby litework » Wed Jan 09, 2008 7:38 pm UTC

Anyone ever bought fried stuff on e-bay? I wonder if it's still crispy when it arrives at your house? I think I want that 9mm in the first pic.
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Re: Deep-Fried Goodness

Postby segmentation fault » Wed Jan 09, 2008 7:45 pm UTC

litework wrote:Someone is either REALLY bored, or I'm underestimating the fun factor involved in frying things and photographing them.

i dont see how frying stuff CANT be fun. especially iPods.
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Re: Deep-Fried Goodness

Postby SilentSigil » Wed Jan 09, 2008 7:52 pm UTC

Just so everyone knows this, I will feel strangely proud if the 2nd topic I've ever posted on a forum gets to 3 pages... and it looks like it might :D
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litework wrote:Someone is either REALLY bored, or I'm underestimating the fun factor involved in frying things and photographing them.

i dont see how frying stuff CANT be fun. especially iPods.


but... what about the music? do fried MP3's sound better salted?

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Re: Deep-Fried Goodness

Postby Lycur » Wed Jan 09, 2008 7:58 pm UTC

Deep fried Mars bars are clearly one of those ideas conceived after 3 am by a brain bloated with beer. As such things go they're actually pretty good, but, alas, they really don't live up to the image they conjure.

As for the original question: am I the only one who pictures a traditional British nanny standing over me as I stare at my now crispy arm telling me to finish my food because there are starving children in Africa?

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Re: Deep-Fried Goodness

Postby SilentSigil » Wed Jan 09, 2008 8:05 pm UTC

Lycur wrote:Deep fried Mars bars are clearly one of those ideas conceived after 3 am by a brain bloated with beer. As such things go they're actually pretty good, but, alas, they really don't live up to the image they conjure.

As for the original question: am I the only one who pictures a traditional British nanny standing over me as I stare at my now crispy arm telling me to finish my food because there are starving children in Africa?


Yes. Yes you are. But it is kinky, and I like it. :wink:
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Re: Deep-Fried Goodness

Postby i like pi » Wed Jan 09, 2008 8:56 pm UTC

I would, and if it was good, there is good chance that I would jump into the frier, and eat myself until my death comes.
Or something to that effect. Hell, I don't know.

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Re: Deep-Fried Goodness

Postby segmentation fault » Wed Jan 09, 2008 10:45 pm UTC

SilentSigil wrote:but... what about the music? do fried MP3's sound better salted?


i didnt think iPods use mp3 :)
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Re: Deep-Fried Goodness

Postby MoonBuggy » Wed Jan 09, 2008 10:47 pm UTC

Well in that case you were wrong :P
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Re: Deep-Fried Goodness

Postby SilentSigil » Wed Jan 09, 2008 10:52 pm UTC

do they not? I never used them, although I have recently become more curious. I think that if I had one I would exercise more...

I had a brush with Itunes trying to use my SLVR... It was not a good brush.

The program kept crashing my computer, etc. etc. etc.

but I still think it is a valid question? anyone here have synesthesia? Taste some salt while listening to something (what music would count as 'deep-fried'?).
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Re: Deep-Fried Goodness

Postby Habanero » Thu Jan 10, 2008 1:52 am UTC

SilentSigil wrote:(what music would count as 'deep-fried'?).
That would have to be old school Missippi Blues. Maybe John Hurt? Definitely, acoustic guitar. Maybe a Washburn guitar, or a pre WWII Gibson.
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