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    15 Jul '10 19:321 edit
    I had to do a double-take, but, sure enough, my lunch cafeteria was serving a "Hot God" dish today.

    My hot god has a first name, it's J-E-S-U-S....
  2. Standard memberkaroly aczel
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    15 Jul '10 22:36
    Originally posted by LemonJello
    I had to do a double-take, but, sure enough, my lunch cafeteria was serving a "Hot God" dish today.

    My hot god has a first name, it's J-E-S-U-S....
    So whats the concencus? Is a "hot god" tasty?
  3. Donationbbarr
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    16 Jul '10 00:07
    Originally posted by LemonJello
    I had to do a double-take, but, sure enough, my lunch cafeteria was serving a "Hot God" dish today.

    My hot god has a first name, it's J-E-S-U-S....
    The fourteen stations of lunch:

    1) Ketchup
    2) Mustard
    3) Relish
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  4. SubscriberAThousandYoung
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    16 Jul '10 03:31
    Did it taste like flesh and blood?
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    16 Jul '10 05:11
    Originally posted by karoly aczel
    So whats the concencus? Is a "hot god" tasty?
    I couldn't say. I opted for the devil's food cake instead.
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    16 Jul '10 05:13
    Originally posted by bbarr
    The fourteen stations of lunch:

    1) Ketchup
    2) Mustard
    3) Relish
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    🙂

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    (14) Entombed in my stomach

    (Hopefully there is no rising back up with this one.)
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