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Wrong, it is called "Internet browsers that have spell check!"

And what I menat was what would "Yiffy" mean.

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Iffy= Infernal Flamming Muffin. The y is added to make a word.
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Wrong, it is called "Internet browsers that have spell check!"
That's odd. I must have had conflicting extensions until last May.

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Originally by Iffy:

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And what I menat was what would "Yiffy" mean.
It doesn't mean anything good, so don't do it. But if you absolutely must know...

Dikiyoba.

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Interesting. Another definition I didn't need to know.
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Koreanification:

It agrees. Numerously we do not mutate which word in necessity. hun It will do and their existence silence will split from authority and the individual whom it hides it is a hazard.

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quote:
Originally written by Dikiyoba:

It doesn't mean anything good, so don't do it. But if you absolutely must know...
It's not that bad. Go for it. :P

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I stuffed a surprising amount of food in my mouth today, followed by 3 slices of pie.

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Mmmmm pie. :)

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Well for me the spell check just started working.

Have you ever tried to eat a whole pumpkin pie in one sitting? Generally you just get 2/3 of the way then throw up. So much for stuffing into small spaces..

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No, but I did eat a whole pizza once.

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You should try it some time. I long since realized that it isn't worth it though.

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Originally written by Excalibur:

No, but I did eat a whole pizza once.
The difficulty of that feat is quite variable, depending on factors such as: hunger (duh), metabolism, quality of pizza, size of pizza, competition with someone else, etc.

This variability was brilliantly demonstrated when my (very slim) girlfriend won a pizza-eating contest against someone easily three times her size. Needless to say, the guy was shocked. Threw me for a loop too. :P

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If you can eat a entire large Chicago deep dish pizza with throwing up any of it your just not human.

Me and about 6 of my friends where in Chicago about 3 years ago at a robotics competition. After a long day working on the robot and little to eat my robotics coach decided to go to a fancy place pizza parlor that specialized in Chicago deep dish pizzas. In total their where eight of us and we decided to order three large deep dish pizzas and let everyone have three slices. Out of me and all my friends I was the only one with out a take home box. Most of my friends manage to only eat one slice. (some of those same friends where in track or American foot ball) Those same friends were surprised to see me snacking on some chips latter. The best thing about the meal was the bill was paid by the school.

Those years I had a very large appetite and could eat much and my parents could barely afford to feed me.

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quote:
Originally written by Excalibur:

No, but I did eat a whole pizza once.
That sounds... impressive.

I don't think I've ever eaten less than a whole pizza when I've eaten one at all - unless I was sharing with someone, and then we had something else too.

What kind of pizzas do they have in America to make this a feat?

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Originally written by Arancaytar:

What kind of pizzas do they have in America to make this a feat?
36 inches in diameter. 24 slices. You could eat one on your own, but you'd regret it later.

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Our largest pizzas are about 36 centimeters. :P

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Originally written by Arancaytar:

Our largest pizzas are about 36 centimeters. :P
That's our idea of small. Unless you get a personal pizza that's 9 inches (about 22.5 centimeters).

Deep dish pizza can be thick (3 or more centimeters depending on the definition). I like a friend's description of a pizza as just one slice too big to be eaten in a sitting by a single person.
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Over here, pizzas tend to be 8",10" or 12". You can get upto 16", but they are the exceptions to the rule. I can eat a 12" on my own if I've not had anything to eat that day, but I then don't eat for a month.

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Originally written by Funkadelic:

I can eat a 12" on my own if I've not had anything to eat that day, but I then don't eat for a month.
Are you some kind of carnivorous reptile, or perhaps a codfish?

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Originally written by Thuryl:

quote:
Originally written by Funkadelic:

I can eat a 12" on my own if I've not had anything to eat that day, but I then don't eat for a month.
Are you some kind of carnivorous reptile, or perhaps a codfish?

Lets go with codfish, shall we?

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Nope, not a 36" but a normal eight-slice pizza. Not difficult when you're adolescent and haven't eaten all day.

French people eat tiny one foot pizzas often topped with a fried egg.

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Originally written by Excalibur:

Nope, not a 36" but a normal eight-slice pizza. Not difficult when you're adolescent and haven't eaten all day.

French people eat tiny one foot pizzas often topped with a fried egg.

The French eat feet? Dear god! No wonder the English treat them with such disdain.

Pizza around here is wrongly shaped. Shard can prolly attest to American Dream pizza, where they try to not create any shapes which limit their hippy creativity. You pretty much have to measure by square inches, and I still can't eat a whole large pizza (between 180-200) but have no problem with a homemade 16" pizza. P'haps it is the quality difference.

Okay, so what about the fried egg would make a foot palatable?

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Good one Salmon.

I should of said 9" or 12" pizzas.

The French do eat frog feet, however.

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Originally written by Jumpin' Salmon:

Okay, so what about the fried egg would make a foot palatable?
I think it's more that they go together. They smell about the same, depending on preparation. Of course, the egg has a lot more culinary potential than most feet.

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Do any of the foreign people here find it weird that some americans put pineapple on their pizza?

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Nalyd is American, and finds it weird. But he barely eats anything but plain rice and soup.

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