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maverick22

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #15 on: February 06, 2019, 08:46:05 PM »
My guy throws weak cookouts and then wanna go internet tough guy when someone calls him on it. hah. You probably thought you were stunner too.
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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #16 on: February 06, 2019, 08:48:41 PM »
My guy throws weak cookouts and then wanna go internet tough guy when someone calls him on it. hah. You probably thought you were stunner too.

You probably thought you weren’t a bitch but- WHO KNEW?🤷🏾‍♂️

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #17 on: February 06, 2019, 08:52:00 PM »
My guy throws weak cookouts and then wanna go internet tough guy when someone calls him on it. hah. You probably thought you were stunner too.

Lmao he actually wrote his post with a straight face... "hamburgers and hot dogs". LMAO

Imagine if he had some chicas with him? They would have clowned his ass. If the hot dogs and hamburgers were in addition to a big meal for a group of people IN ADDITION to real food then yeah thats different but just that by itself?

Maybe he and his chaperon spent too much at his class field trip the week before and ran out of money

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #18 on: February 06, 2019, 08:57:52 PM »
You thought that reply was clever didn't you? That's cute.

Don't be mad bro. Your shit was weak. Take this as a teaching moment.

This is what you said:

Went to the store and got everything I thought I'd need: hamburger meat, hot dogs, chicken, cheese, ketchup- figured I was pretty much set.

Yea... you weren't set. You threw a 4th grader cookout... and for yourself no less. I mean spend your ends how you want... Pero... If you put as much energy into upgrading your flavor palate as you do about being an internet tough guy we wouldn't be having this exchange now would we?

This was also you:

I bring what I want. I can eat steaks here in the U.S if and when I want them. Check yo self before you wreck yourself.


So... humor me... how do you take your steaks? I know the answer but I'll wait for you to tell me.

Also... This was you too:

"Check yo self before you wreck yourself."

How old are you?
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Young C

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #19 on: February 06, 2019, 09:07:08 PM »
You thought that reply was clever didn't you? That's cute.

Don't be mad bro. Your shit was weak. Take this as a teaching moment.

This is what you said:

Went to the store and got everything I thought I'd need: hamburger meat, hot dogs, chicken, cheese, ketchup- figured I was pretty much set.

Yea... you weren't set. You threw a 4th grader cookout... and for yourself no less. I mean spend your ends how you want... Pero... If you put as much energy into upgrading your flavor palate as you do about being an internet tough guy we wouldn't be having this exchange now would we?

This was also you:

I bring what I want. I can eat steaks here in the U.S if and when I want them. Check yo self before you wreck yourself.


So... humor me... how do you take your steaks? I know the answer but I'll wait for you to tell me.

Also... This was you too:

"Check yo self before you wreck yourself."

How old are you?

I find it real interesting how dudes jump in on a post asking simple questions but want to give, what they believe to be smart conjectures.

Could it be because they have nothing else worthwhile to offer?

And I'm sure you're really good at taking steak- as Trump would say "The Best!"

maverick22

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #20 on: February 06, 2019, 09:19:18 PM »
::sigh:: you are making this easy for me.

You make it a point to continue make very juvenile sexuality references. I am convinced you think it's funny. I am also convinced you only have two wells to draw from ( 1 - I can beat you up 2 - You are like a female ). Then you follow it up with trying to use big words that I don't think you know what they mean. Then you followed that up with improper (and rather blatant) use of punctuation in the same sentence where you accuse me of being fake smart. The irony?

I asked simple questions that I figured would not go over your head. Questions you have continued to side-step by the way.

Today I got time...

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Young C

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #21 on: February 06, 2019, 09:46:00 PM »
::sigh:: you are making this easy for me.

You make it a point to continue make very juvenile sexuality references. I am convinced you think it's funny. I am also convinced you only have two wells to draw from ( 1 - I can beat you up 2 - You are like a female ). Then you follow it up with trying to use big words that I don't think you know what they mean. Then you followed that up with improper (and rather blatant) use of punctuation in the same sentence where you accuse me of being fake smart. The irony?

I asked simple questions that I figured would not go over your head. Questions you have continued to side-step by the way.

Today I got time...



I bet you do. I'm done with the back and forth.

I come on these forums to learn about bitches- didn't expect to find any like you.

I only give time to bitches I like  ;)
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maverick22

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #22 on: February 06, 2019, 10:44:12 PM »
Predictable. Keep eating them hamburgers and hot dogs young blood.
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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #23 on: February 06, 2019, 11:04:53 PM »
Yoooo.....Why tf is ANYbody worried about what he's eating? Lol If homeboy wanna survive off strictly rice and beans every meal the entire trip, then so be it....it's his money. 

Hell, some of the chicks posted on here look like human versions of "hotdogs" and "hamburgers", but everybody just keeps it moving for the most part.

Young C

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #24 on: February 06, 2019, 11:18:27 PM »
Yoooo.....Why tf is ANYbody worried about what he's eating? Lol If homeboy wanna survive off strictly rice and beans every meal the entire trip, then so be it....it's his money. 

Hell, some of the chicks posted on here look like human versions of "hotdogs" and "hamburgers", but everybody just keeps it moving for the most part.

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #25 on: February 07, 2019, 02:59:45 AM »
I feel the same about my liquor .I will pack bottles of dusse because that's what I want ..some guys gotta have they fix .For me it's liquor for him it's food ..let's not get to deep fellas it's just food

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #26 on: February 07, 2019, 03:26:45 AM »
@Young C if you have a taste for  hamburgers and hot dogs freeze them and put them in your luggage. If they were to check your luggage and take them which I doubt, you have only lost a couple of dollars. Give it a try and grill some good burgers and dogs.

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #27 on: February 07, 2019, 11:24:25 AM »
My guy throws weak cookouts and then wanna go internet tough guy when someone calls him on it. hah. You probably thought you were stunner too.

Lmao he actually wrote his post with a straight face... "hamburgers and hot dogs". LMAO

Imagine if he had some chicas with him? They would have clowned his ass. If the hot dogs and hamburgers were in addition to a big meal for a group of people IN ADDITION to real food then yeah thats different but just that by itself?

Maybe he and his chaperon spent too much at his class field trip the week before and ran out of money

If I was throwing a cookout I would have ribs, steaks and wings as well as... but I doubt chicas would clown a dude over having hot dogs and burgers. Those greedy bitches will eat you out of house and home. Leave a chica unattended and your refridgerator will be ransacked. Nothing left...nada

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #28 on: February 07, 2019, 12:39:07 PM »
LOL!  You bringin back memories. I thought they was eating because they probably missed a meal...but after two days...I was like damn!!!
...I'm usually wrong...but that sh!t was great!

Young C

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #29 on: February 07, 2019, 05:48:20 PM »
@Young C if you have a taste for  hamburgers and hot dogs freeze them and put them in your luggage. If they were to check your luggage and take them which I doubt, you have only lost a couple of dollars. Give it a try and grill some good burgers and dogs.

Most def. Just bringing a few because last time what I bought wasn't my cup of tea.

I got a villa to myself so I'm definitely not trying to throw cookouts or anything close. Also not trying to serve up steaks or ribs to no chica IF I decide to cook something on the grill.

They can work with those Lil' Debbies and when they're done get ready...

 


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