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    04 Sep '15 01:48
    Are you afraid to mingle with people after you have consumed onion or/and garlic?

    Because nothing helps, not parsley nor coffee.
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    04 Sep '15 08:19
    I chill and frolic with women who only fancy making out with
    me if I have consumed red onion and garlic before.
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    So, I was at the car cinema with this cool bird, Natalie was her
    name I think, or so I remember, and we were in my sick Chevy
    convertible '56. And we were, like, you know, pretending to watch
    They Came From Mars, and really getting up close and personal,
    and I was, like, yeah baby, get close to daddy-o, and she was, like,
    you know, eeewww you haven't had your red onion and garlic. And
    sure, I hadn't, so I was, like, you know, check this out you sassy
    vixen, and then I took bites off an onion as if it was an apple, and then
    peeled off a garlic and dumped it down the muncher, and she was,
    like, you know, yeah tiger come over here, and so I did.
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    04 Sep '15 08:51
    I'm afraid to mingle with people.

    Onion and garlic have nothing to do with that.
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    04 Sep '15 15:05
    Originally posted by Great King Rat
    I'm afraid to mingle with people.

    Onion and garlic have nothing to do with that.
    Question is: are red onion and garlic afraid of mingling with you?
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    04 Sep '15 15:41
    Originally posted by Seitse
    Question is: are red onion and garlic afraid of mingling with you?
    I'm not sure "red onion" and "garlic" aren't euphemisms for "that-which-cannot-be-named-but-you-know-you're-thinking-about-it-right-now" and as such I'm refraining from answering.
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    04 Sep '15 15:44
    Originally posted by Great King Rat
    I'm not sure "red onion" and "garlic" aren't euphemisms for "that-which-cannot-be-named-but-you-know-you're-thinking-about-it-right-now" and as such I'm refraining from answering.
    Red onion and garlic are NOT euphemisms. For Christ's sake, lets keep some things straightforward. 😉
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    04 Sep '15 16:11
    Originally posted by NoEarthlyReason
    Red onion and garlic are NOT euphemisms. For Christ's sake, lets keep some things straightforward. 😉
    Correct. No euphemisms there.

    Unless, of course, you're thinking of red onion and garlic
    instead of red onion and garlic.
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    04 Sep '15 16:19
    Originally posted by NoEarthlyReason
    Red onion and garlic are NOT euphemisms. For Christ's sake, lets keep some things straightforward. 😉
    I fear we are presently at a point of no return, Reason.

    The bed has been made. Let's lie in it.
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    04 Sep '15 16:23
    Originally posted by Great King Rat
    The bed has been made. Let's lie in it.
    Oh, so you DO like red onion and garlic, uh?
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    04 Sep '15 16:57
    Originally posted by Seitse
    Oh, so you [b]DO like red onion and garlic, uh?[/b]
    In fact I dearsay I downright LOVE red onion and garlic. Its penetrating odour and lasting aftertaste makes my tongue tingly and my senses shiver.

    Speaking of which, I know of a lovely video of red onion on the internet, but I fear posting it might revoke my license to post on RHP fur ever.
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    04 Sep '15 18:561 edit
    Originally posted by Great King Rat
    In fact I dearsay I downright LOVE red onion and garlic. Its penetrating odour and lasting aftertaste makes my tongue tingly and my senses shiver.

    Speaking of which, I know of a lovely video of red onion on the internet, but I fear posting it might revoke my license to post on RHP fur ever.
    Yeah, don't risk it.

    I could recommend some soft garlic videos but, then again, why
    go soft when the joy is in hardcore, pungent, strong and all-in
    garlic?

    Also, I like amateur red onion. Staged stuff doesn't cut it for me anymore
    and I find myself looking out always for the unrehearsed one.
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    04 Sep '15 19:29
    This is a disgusting post. Why, for heaven's sake, are we labeling? Who, pray tell, cares a whit if the onion is red or white or brown? Does it matter that it might be a shallot or a Vidalia? Let us please end this discrimination now.

    As to whether one might shun those who either or, and or nor, I can say personally that I have welcomed those who have refined culinary tastes. That has no equivalent plane when we consider tobacco and thumbnail chewers. GROSS!
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    04 Sep '15 20:28
    Originally posted by coquette
    shallot
    This post is horrendously classist and offensive for the 99%, as
    it is well known that shallots are the posh relatives of the onion.

    FIGHT THE POWER! DOWN WITH THE 1%!
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    04 Sep '15 20:36
    All this sinful and pungent Alliaceous imagery has me fearful about being smited...or am I just smitten? I feel an urgent desire to know my onions on a more intimate level.
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