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Basically in this game, you list a food that you eat with almost everything or one that you love.
The next poster then has to add what that food DOESN'T taste good with, and list the food they think everything tastes better with. Here is an example:
Everything tastes better with banana...
Except for potatoes.
Everything tastes good with milk...
Except for vegemite
SO LET'S START:
Everything tastes good with cheese...
except peanut butter...
Everything tastes better with hot sauce
Except with ketchup...
Everything tastes better with a dash of salt.
Everthing tastes better with toasted coconut.
Except macaroni and cheese
Everthing tastes better with Italian seasoning.
Except with pizza.
Everything tastes better with tabasco.
by rutley3 years ago
Do you agree that coffee tastes better in a certain kind of cup?Plastic, paper or metal just don't cut it!
by DanuckInUSA7 years ago
Which will it be Whopper or BigMac and why?
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