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I really do think of Andy every time I toast an English muffin. This
one is by default in honor of the dearly departed and his enduring effect
on my psyche. The "hastening death" special - egg, bacon, and cheap
cheddar cheese.

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On Wed, 24 Jul 2013 20:32:25 GMT, "l not -l" wrote:


On 24-Jul-2013, tert in seattle wrote:

I really do think of Andy every time I toast an English muffin. This
one is by default in honor of the dearly departed and his enduring
effect
on my psyche. The "hastening death" special - egg, bacon, and cheap
cheddar cheese.

http://www.ftupet.com/upload/andymembfst.jpg


I'd eat that.


Me too.

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On Wednesday, July 24, 2013 11:52:24 AM UTC-7, tert in seattle wrote:
I really do think of Andy every time I toast an English muffin. This
one is by default in honor of the dearly departed and his enduring effect
on my psyche. The "hastening death" special - egg, bacon, and cheap
cheddar cheese.

http://www.ftupet.com/upload/andymembfst.jpg


Used to make fried egg and bacon sandwiches all the time. But used a toastable sandwich bread, not a muffin, which I prefer with butter and a little marmalade.

Did I ever mention the hot dog and egg sandwich at the plant cafeteria where I worked, a couple of summers? They would split the dog and grill it. That would certainly keep you going all morning.
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On Wed, 24 Jul 2013 18:52:24 +0000, tert in seattle wrote:

I really do think of Andy every time I toast an English muffin. This
one is by default in honor of the dearly departed and his enduring
effect on my psyche. The "hastening death" special - egg, bacon, and
cheap cheddar cheese.

http://www.ftupet.com/upload/andymembfst.jpg


That looks delicious!

Tara
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On Wed, 24 Jul 2013 14:04:09 -0700, spamtrap1888 wrote:

Did I ever mention the hot dog and egg sandwich at the plant cafeteria
where I worked, a couple of summers? They would split the dog and grill
it. That would certainly keep you going all morning.


A gas station on the way to work sells hot links -- cheapy cheapy bright
red smoked sausages that taste like hot dogs -- on Texas toast or
biscuits.

Tara


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On 7/24/2013 4:32 PM, l not -l wrote:
On 24-Jul-2013, tert in seattle wrote:

I really do think of Andy every time I toast an English muffin. This
one is by default in honor of the dearly departed and his enduring
effect
on my psyche. The "hastening death" special - egg, bacon, and cheap
cheddar cheese.

http://www.ftupet.com/upload/andymembfst.jpg


I'd eat that.

I would, too! I'd probably make it a biscuit sandwich, though...

Jill


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