when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

well?

completely green (gross)
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No votes
pretty green, a little yellow
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No votes
equally green and yellow
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2%
mostly yellow, some green
13
25%
completely yellow, zero brown
15
28%
yellow, a few small brown spots
17
32%
yellow, decent number of brown spots
6
11%
yellow, many brown spots
1
2%
mostly brown (gross)
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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby mul21 » Thu Sep 10, 2015 11:36 am

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weis21 wrote:i feel like circus peanuts are just circus-peanut-flavored


I feel like circus peanuts are diarrhea flavored.


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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby weis21 » Thu Sep 10, 2015 11:37 am

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weis21 wrote:i feel like circus peanuts are just circus-peanut-flavored


I feel like circus peanuts are diarrhea flavored.

I don't really care for the either. I just don't remember them having a distinguishable flavor like anything else.

my mom used to like those little pink circles that tasted just like pepto bismol to me. anybody know what i'm talking about or am i just a crazy person?

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Postby sneakypower » Thu Sep 10, 2015 11:43 am

weis21 wrote:i feel like circus peanuts are just circus-peanut-flavored

sunscreen invariably smells of circus peanuts and is supposed to be banana scented i feel like

either way, you can't argue with candy perfection
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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby MWV » Thu Sep 10, 2015 11:50 am

SouthSideRyan wrote:Banana Runts and Laffy Taffys should be shot into the sun

Agreed. Isoamyl acetate is the [expletive] worst.

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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby Duke Silver » Thu Sep 10, 2015 12:41 pm

Banana-flavored candies are a blight on humanity.

Banana bread is the best, though.

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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby Sammy Sofa » Thu Sep 10, 2015 12:49 pm

Duke Silver wrote:Banana-flavored candies are a blight on humanity.

Banana bread is the best, though.


Preach on. Muffins with banana in them are great, too.
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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby Ding Dong Johnson » Thu Sep 10, 2015 12:54 pm

I love bananas and do not like banana bread.

My mom hates bananas and likes banana bread.
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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby Sammy Sofa » Thu Sep 10, 2015 12:59 pm

Banana pancakes, too. Love those things.
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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby SouthSideRyan » Thu Sep 10, 2015 1:10 pm

Banana Bread Beer
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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby David » Thu Sep 10, 2015 1:17 pm

i've never understood the appeal of pancakes when french toast is always an option

i mean i'll eat them, as any of those things slathered in maple syrup and butter is obviously delicious.
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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby SouthSideRyan » Thu Sep 10, 2015 1:25 pm

But don't go putting fruit on my french toast. If I'm gonna eat like a fatty, let me eat like a fatty.
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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby Andy » Thu Sep 10, 2015 1:28 pm

Strawberries and bananas on French toast or pancakes is so [expletive] good.

I worked at an IHOP for almost three years and a fair amount of my weight gain during that time was due to all the [expletive] I ate there.

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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby Sammy Sofa » Thu Sep 10, 2015 1:36 pm

David wrote:i've never understood the appeal of pancakes when french toast is always an option

i mean i'll eat them, as any of those things slathered in maple syrup and butter is obviously delicious.


Humans enjoy many delicious things. Pancakes, waffles and French toast are all delightful options that can be enjoyed at different times, or sometimes all at once.
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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby SouthSideRyan » Thu Sep 10, 2015 1:39 pm

Sammy Sofa wrote:
David wrote:i've never understood the appeal of pancakes when french toast is always an option

i mean i'll eat them, as any of those things slathered in maple syrup and butter is obviously delicious.


Humans enjoy many delicious things. Pancakes, waffles and French toast are all delightful options that can be enjoyed at different times, or sometimes all at once.


I'm intrigued
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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby Sammy Sofa » Thu Sep 10, 2015 1:45 pm

SouthSideRyan wrote:
Sammy Sofa wrote:
David wrote:i've never understood the appeal of pancakes when french toast is always an option

i mean i'll eat them, as any of those things slathered in maple syrup and butter is obviously delicious.


Humans enjoy many delicious things. Pancakes, waffles and French toast are all delightful options that can be enjoyed at different times, or sometimes all at once.


I'm intrigued


If I'm at some kind of breakfast buffet scenario, the carnage left behind is...unspeakable.
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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby Banedon » Thu Sep 10, 2015 1:54 pm

Sammy Sofa wrote:
SouthSideRyan wrote:
Sammy Sofa wrote:
David wrote:i've never understood the appeal of pancakes when french toast is always an option

i mean i'll eat them, as any of those things slathered in maple syrup and butter is obviously delicious.


Humans enjoy many delicious things. Pancakes, waffles and French toast are all delightful options that can be enjoyed at different times, or sometimes all at once.


I'm intrigued


If I'm at some kind of breakfast buffet scenario, the carnage left behind is...unspeakable.


I mean, all breakfast food is wonderful, but there is no amount of scrambled eggs that is sufficient for me. I want them all.

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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby Duke Silver » Thu Sep 10, 2015 1:57 pm

Strawberries are a delightful addition to pancakes or French toast. And I have to agree with David, I'm much more preferable to French toast than pancakes.

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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby Duke Silver » Thu Sep 10, 2015 1:58 pm

Banedon wrote:
Sammy Sofa wrote:
SouthSideRyan wrote:
Sammy Sofa wrote:
David wrote:i've never understood the appeal of pancakes when french toast is always an option

i mean i'll eat them, as any of those things slathered in maple syrup and butter is obviously delicious.


Humans enjoy many delicious things. Pancakes, waffles and French toast are all delightful options that can be enjoyed at different times, or sometimes all at once.


I'm intrigued


If I'm at some kind of breakfast buffet scenario, the carnage left behind is...unspeakable.


I mean, all breakfast food is wonderful, but there is no amount of scrambled eggs that is sufficient for me. I want them all.


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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby David » Thu Sep 10, 2015 2:01 pm

ha, i'm sort of the opposite.

i like scrambled eggs, but only in small doses. i get sick of them very fast.
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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby mul21 » Thu Sep 10, 2015 2:09 pm

Scrambled eggs are for breakfast burritos. Give me a nice over easy serving of eggs so I can sop up the delicious yolk with my buttery toast.

And strawberry with the syrupy goo on anything is terrific.
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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby Duke Silver » Thu Sep 10, 2015 2:15 pm

mul21 wrote:Scrambled eggs are for breakfast burritos. Give me a nice over easy serving of eggs so I can sop up the delicious yolk with my buttery toast.

And strawberry with the syrupy goo on anything is terrific.


Breakfast burritos... mmm

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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby Sammy Sofa » Thu Sep 10, 2015 2:24 pm

I can't think of a way that you can prepare an egg that I wouldn't want to eat all of it as often as possible right away.

And if I have to choose I would take French toast over pancakes, but I think waffles easily trumps them both.
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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby SouthSideRyan » Thu Sep 10, 2015 2:26 pm

I don't like hard-boiled yolks.
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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby Andy » Thu Sep 10, 2015 3:28 pm

Banedon wrote:
Sammy Sofa wrote:
SouthSideRyan wrote:
Sammy Sofa wrote:
David wrote:i've never understood the appeal of pancakes when french toast is always an option

i mean i'll eat them, as any of those things slathered in maple syrup and butter is obviously delicious.


Humans enjoy many delicious things. Pancakes, waffles and French toast are all delightful options that can be enjoyed at different times, or sometimes all at once.


I'm intrigued


If I'm at some kind of breakfast buffet scenario, the carnage left behind is...unspeakable.


I mean, all breakfast food is wonderful, but there is no amount of scrambled eggs that is sufficient for me. I want them all.

You, sir, are a wise man.

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Re: when is a banana perfectly ready to eat?

Postby mul21 » Thu Sep 10, 2015 4:00 pm

SouthSideRyan wrote:I don't like hard-boiled yolks.


How do you feel about the Egg McMuffin? Think carefully before answering.
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