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the "last meal" thread by 87antuzzi
Started on: 01-20-2010 04:36 AM
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What would you eat as your "last meal". Anything you want. Me, I would go for a nice salami sammich and some spinage dip. With a pepsi throw back.
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It's my last meal, can I drop acid?

Probably not, so:

Biscuits and Gravy

And some fresh (not the store crap) Milk

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Lol. I thought mine was simple. You have a pm too. And no dropping acid.
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My last meal?
Whatever the hell it is that screams out in the woods around here.
Heard it just a little while ago again.
I got to find a good sound recorder somewhere.
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I got a night vision scope you can borrow. Seriously, I do.
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It never comes close enough to see it thru the brush at the edge of my pasture.
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Spot its eyes with a light. Kind of like "flashing" deer. Or get some motion activated hunting cameras.
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My Favorite last meal of all time Clip from The Green Mile

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I'd eat some sliced salami wrapped in cheese. Whatever drink I chose to imbibe would contain enough poison to help me to sleep the 'big sleep'.

I wonder how many of us are currently eating our last meal, and don't even realize it?

Gobble it up, then you have just wnough time to meet up with
A runaway cab.

Or experience

A sudden pain in the chest.

Or be hit by

A random bullet.

And while your mind reels with the many ways you could meet your end outside in the big, cold, scary world you slip in the shower and enter that final darkness.

Hope you enjoyed your breakfast...

*BURP!*
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Originally posted by twofatguys:

It's my last meal, can I drop acid?

Brad


I vote for that, never wanted to eat when i did acid.
The one time I tried to eat Chinese food on acid it was moving on the plate.


It's alive.

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Originally posted by 87antuzzi:
What would you eat as your "last meal".


That's like asking what super model would I do last, .
I'd say a banana split, ... or, a good root beer float.
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just bacon. A plate of very crispy bacon.

Maybe some Mountain Dew to wash it down... followed by more bacon.
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Fried Chicken
Creamed Potatoes
Corn on the Cob
Fresh Baked Bread
A Stick of Butter
Sprite on Ice
Pumpkin Pie with Real Whipped Cream
2 Glasses of Whole Milk

Lets do this.
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A giant grilled steak and grilled shrimp
Diced seasoned potatoes
Sweet potato with butter brown sugar and marshmallows
Texas toast
Steamed broccoli with butter
Corn on the cob
Fresh ice cold coke
Chocolate layer cake for dessert with a big glass of cold whole milk

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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Originally posted by Boondawg:

Fried Chicken
Creamed Potatoes
Corn on the Cob
Fresh Baked Bread
A Stick of Butter
Sprite on Ice
Pumpkin Pie with Real Whipped Cream
2 Glasses of Whole Milk

Lets do this.


I have to ask, is the stick of butter for the food, or is it a side item by itself.
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Originally posted by maryjane:

My last meal?
Whatever the hell it is that screams out in the woods around here.
Heard it just a little while ago again.
I got to find a good sound recorder somewhere.


We have some bird here that screams like its on fire..( actually, it sounds like a rabbit being killed... ) i guess its normal for them.

As far as last meal, im not picky.. just a good ( sweet ) meatloaf is ok with me.

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Originally posted by maryjane:

My last meal?
Whatever the hell it is that screams out in the woods around here.
Heard it just a little while ago again.
I got to find a good sound recorder somewhere.


Make yourself a Ghillie suits and stay out all night in the brush.

I vote for a fisher cat, sounds like a woman screaming.


http://fishercatscreech.com...cat-sound-and-audio/
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6 slices of thick-cut hickory smoked bacon, fried in cast iron. 4 eggs, fried in the remaining grease over-well. Two biscuits and gravy.
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Originally posted by Boondawg:

Fried Chicken
Creamed Potatoes
Corn on the Cob
Fresh Baked Bread
A Stick of Butter
Sprite on Ice
Pumpkin Pie with Real Whipped Cream
2 Glasses of Whole Milk

Lets do this.


This is just for starters ...right Boondawg.

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Originally posted by FieroRumor:

I wonder how many of us are currently eating our last meal, and don't even realize it?


Well, aren't you just a gleaming ray of sunshine?
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Cheesesteak; American wit.

Yuengling Lager.

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Genos cheese fries....yum
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All meat pizza, extra tomato sauce.
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a bottle of Louis Roederer Cristal Champagne

60 Various Sushi Served Nyotaimori style on a redhead model, with a 16oz bacon wrapped Filet Mignon on her belly.

(Nyotaimori (Japanese: 女体盛り, "female body presentation"), often referred to as "body sushi," is the practice of serving sashimi or sushi from the body of a woman, naked.)

For desert I'll have the "Frrozen Haute Chocolate" Cause I'm going to die rich! and they say you can't take it with you!
http://www.reuters.com/arti...dUSN0753679220071107

Yeah so that is all.. I'll be happy...
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Seafood Alfredo with a side of bacon. Washed down with a sweetened ice tea.

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quote
Originally posted by maryjane:

My last meal?
Whatever the hell it is that screams out in the woods around here.


Cubacabra?

I'd take a meal of those little birds the French eat (where they have to cover their heads with a towel for the fear of blasphemy that eating this dish might bring). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ortolan_Bunting

No, yuck! (only the French!!!!!)

Seriously: I think I'd have a good haggis as my last meal! My Scottish Grandmother made the BEST haggis in the world!

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A giant bowl of clear broth... and a fork! (that'll take some time to finish!)
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I wonder if Don has some neighbors (and they don't have to be close) that have Peacocks. They can scream very loudly in almost a human voice. Often their calls are mistaken for a human child screaming "HELP!".

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Originally posted by 84fiero123:


Make yourself a Ghillie suits and stay out all night in the brush.

I vote for a fisher cat, sounds like a woman screaming.


http://fishercatscreech.com...cat-sound-and-audio/
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It amazes me all the responses for sandwiches and sandwich style food. For a last meal?? Well, I guess if that's what you want, then go for it, personally, I want a MEAL!

Spare Ribs. Slow cooked 4 hours in a roaster then 1 hour on a wood grille, then another hour in BBQ sauce in a roaster.
Sweet Creamed Corn. Variety name is "peaches and cream", no substitutions would be allowed.
Deviled Eggs.
Celery sticks stuffed with Peanut Butter
Boiled, skinned, baby potatoes.
Fresh made French Bread.
Lot's and Lot's of butter.
A bottle of Robert Mondavi Oakville Cabernet Sauvignon
Distilled water served with shaved ice made from distilled water.
Fresh, hot Cherry Pie with two scoops of Vanilla Ice Cream.

To get the meal right, I'd probably have to prepare the meal myself, but that would be OK.

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So much food, so little time.
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Bump from beyond...

My last meal- Slow smoked over hickory pork shoulder, memphis rubbed
Collared Greens with smoked Chipotle Tobasco sauce
Buttermilk cornbread
Mashed potatoes
Pineapple upside down cake, with a file baked into it.
Chocolate hand dipped milk shake.
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My last meal? Hmm...

my mom's Salisbury Steak and Gravy with her Brown Rice (with LOTS of gravy )
mixed cream/whole kernel corn
my grandmothers all day yeast rolls
and my moms 12 layer chocolate cake for desert.
Drink with the meal: Dr. Pepper throwback
Drink with desert: 1/2 gallon of whole milk.
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Id say what is is but its a little inappropriate.....


Nah if it had to be food though I'd have to say a nice philly cheese steak Extra whiz without so good.
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Bowl of french onion soup and a little foie gras to start., big ass Maine lobster and bone-in rib-eye from Gibsons. Mashed potatoes and asparagus wrapped in prosciutto. Chocolate mousse cake or flour-less chocolate cake for dessert.
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quote
Originally posted by maryjane:

My last meal?
Whatever the hell it is that screams out in the woods around here.
Heard it just a little while ago again.
I got to find a good sound recorder somewhere.


You'd have owl as your last meal? Hmmm... Wonder if it tastes like chicken.
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Originally posted by maryjane:

My last meal?
Whatever the hell it is that screams out in the woods around here.
Heard it just a little while ago again.
I got to find a good sound recorder somewhere.


Those remote motion-triggered night video cameras are pretty cheap nowadays.
Just set it up, bait the area with a hamstringed hog, and check the camera the next day.
I REALLY want to know.
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-Giant T Bone Steak
-Whole BBQ Chicken with a bottle of KC Masterpiece to wash it down with
-Baked potato covered in butter, sour cream, salsa, extra sharp cheddar, onions, and chili
-A platter of random Sushi with plenty of ginger and soy sauce to go with
-2 litre of Mountain Dew to drink
-a big bowl of Cookie Dough ice cream for dessert

Thats a crap-ton of food but as long as I have a few hours to gnaw on it I'd be happy
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The cast of Jersy Shore...

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Originally posted by jstricker:

It amazes me all the responses for sandwiches and sandwich style food. For a last meal?? Well, I guess if that's what you want, then go for it, personally, I want a MEAL!


Not really surprising. For a last meal, most people choose something that reminds them of happier times.

For some death row inmates, they choose a last meal to make a statement.
Robert A. Buell was executed on 9/25/2002 for the murder of 11 year old Krista Harrison. There was no DNA or hard evidence to convict him, although he had a previous record of rape and kidnapping.
His final meal request was one whole, unpitted olive. It's believed he thought the olive would germinate after his death and an olive tree would sprout from his grave. His final words were, "Jerry and Shirley, I didn’t kill your daughter. The prosecutor knows that ... and they left the real killer out there on the streets to kill again and again and again."
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