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fohat wrote:Bacon cheeseburger on doughnut is another heart-stopper. Disclaimer: I have never eaten one of these.

I never understood these mixes of sweet and salty, I just don't get it...

Is it one of those things New Yorkers are suposed to have on a Saturday and skip both breakfast and lunch?
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cml wrote:
fohat wrote:Bacon cheeseburger on doughnut is another heart-stopper. Disclaimer: I have never eaten one of these.

I never understood these mixes of sweet and salty, I just don't get it...

Is it one of those things New Yorkers are suposed to have on a Saturday and skip both breakfast and lunch?
I get some of them, some not. Salted caramel, for example, I'm not that sure about.

Bacon pancakes with syrup, however...
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Speaking of salt + sugar, this has to be one of the most bewildering and disgusting abominations that the Yanks have come up with:

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002 wrote:Speaking of salt + sugar, this has to be one of the most bewildering and disgusting abominations that the Yanks have come up with:

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JAYSIS FOOKENCROIST xD
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Translation of 7bit's subliminal message: "order more cream doubleshot [key] cups" :P

7bot, the "ober" of SA keycaps :mrgreen:
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Some lovely poffertjes.

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We have a multi-cultural festival in my town each year and the two places I always go to are the Poffertjes and German hotdog stands.
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A little snack... a couple of Vietnamese spring rolls.

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Them spring rolls look yum
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webwit wrote:Some lovely poffertjes.

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I've missed them. I need some soon.

That said, I'm also already dealing with banoffee pie withdrawal symptoms. Why can't I just have both?!
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Obvs this is stolen from r/foodporn but good lord this looks great
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002 wrote:Speaking of salt + sugar, this has to be one of the most bewildering and disgusting abominations that the Yanks have come up with:

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STILL NOT AMERICAN ENOUGH

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(That's Reagan, if you can't tell.)
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Duh, obviously that is Reagan -- but who is the guy with the MP7 on his back?
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Velocireagan for president. Let's make the world Jurassic again.
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Dude got a russian RPG on his back and a German SMG in his hands ... a bazooka and a Colt 1911 would be so much more 'murican!
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Americans love German guns, ironically.

This better?

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I am beyond impressed ... I just want to yell AMERICA
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(SHIPNOW I can guess, but what does CLEARALL mean in here..? :lol: )
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Japanese curry!
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Corned Beef and cabbage on fresh toasted sourdough bread.
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You should have told us that thumb and plate are edible!
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Stew with chicken, red potatoes, bell pepper, and spices.

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I sometimes have Wodanish suppers:
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But I also ate a pound of reese:
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Let me tell you... having reese peanut butter an inch thick is FANTASTIC. Yum. MOULE D'UNE DEMI-LIVRE!
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Dude...that fucking keyboard -- re-evaluate your whole life.
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002 wrote:Dude...that fucking keyboard -- re-evaluate your whole life.

I was hoping nobody would bring that up. Buuuuut I better explain myself. :P

Okay... believe it or not it's made in 2014 by IBM (yeah... somehow they still make some stuff post-Lenovo, I don't get it), and happens to be *extremely* tactile. In fact, it's possibly the most tactile rubber dome keyboard I ever used' whatever membrane is used is very tactile and kind of like a topre. Not all of these keyboards are like that though so I don't know what makes this one so special. Maybe because it's a JP layout and they needed to fulfill certain variables for the Japanese clients who demanded something decent? I'm just guessing.

Also, each row of the keys is molded specially for a curve (much like Cherry keycaps), so they're not all flat and each key is quite accessible.

This is to tide me over while I wait for the MF SSK; I have been too busy to bother with any Japanese of late sadly.
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002 wrote:Dude...that fucking keyboard -- re-evaluate your whole life.

I was hoping nobody would bring that up. Buuuuut I better explain myself. :P

Is that keyboard the official "Canadian ISO layout" ?

When I heard about that, I thought it was a cruel joke ... poor Canadians. Torn between the allmighty ANSI-US and the least supported layout of the western world ;)
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Wodan wrote:[…] ... poor Canadians. Torn between the allmighty ANSI-US and the least supported layout of the western world ;)

You may not be aware that there are more people in the world using the French AZERTY than the German QWERTZ layout :mrgreen:
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Wodan wrote:
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002 wrote:Dude...that fucking keyboard -- re-evaluate your whole life.

I was hoping nobody would bring that up. Buuuuut I better explain myself. :P

Is that keyboard the official "Canadian ISO layout" ?

When I heard about that, I thought it was a cruel joke ... poor Canadians. Torn between the allmighty ANSI-US and the least supported layout of the western world ;)

Actually, the keyboard there is a Japanese layout (if you look closely you'll see the 1U backspace and small space bar). It was used on conjunction with some studying I was doing for fun.

So... (and this is true), I never knew about AZERTY for the longest time since I only ever saw the "Canadian French" keyboard. So I thought all French people used the Canadian French layout. Imagine my surprise when I discovered AZERTY and that the Canadian French ISO layout is some bizarre concoction. One problem we have here is that the majority of Western Canadians do not speak French at all, but the majority of computers come with Canadian French layouts. So what often happens is that the French layout is enabled and they become all panicked when they start getting É instead of ? and other random character swaps:
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Canadian ISO aside, that enter key was dreadful. That whole laptop was dreadful. It must have cost $300. No, it's not mine, it was a client's.
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