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and they are the sweetest cheese and crackers i have ever tasted.

for discussions sake have you ever done anything crazy for food that you don't really need?
I did something similar walking around town to find pepperoni, camembert & jatz crackers, well worth it.

Oh and I once spent 80 bucks on an international gift basket filled with a variety of australian foods for a friend in finland just so she could try vegemite. Predictably she thought it was awful...
every october 31 I would walk for hours dressed as a werewolf just to get a pillow sack filled with candy
Post edited November 24, 2011 by CaptainGyro
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CaptainGyro: every october 31 I would walk for hours dressed as a werewolf just to get a pillow sack filled with candy
Still do it.
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graniteoctopus: and they are the sweetest cheese and crackers i have ever tasted.

for discussions sake have you ever done anything crazy for food that you don't really need?
When I saw the thread title, I thought you were going to say that the store was closed!!!
Walked past a kokoreç peddler with a friend, after 100 meters we decided to eat it but we didn't turn back. We thought we could find another on our way. We had to walk 8 kms for another one. Best damn kokoreç I had.
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Aliasalpha: Oh and I once spent 80 bucks on an international gift basket filled with a variety of australian foods for a friend in finland just so she could try vegemite. Predictably she thought it was awful...
Did you ship it by airmail or a boat from Australia to Finland?
Drove to a Home Depot parking lot at around midnight for a Kogi Truck (Korean BBQ taco) It was delicious
Is it the cheese and crackers or the girl selling them? :)
Besides in Australia 6km is like next door anyway...
Post edited November 24, 2011 by Ebon-Hawk
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timppu: Did you ship it by airmail or a boat from Australia to Finland?
Air thought it wouldn't matter, vegemite has a shelf life of a few hundred thousand years
Visited Rome during the summer many years ago. It was hot, I was thirsty, so I gave in and bought a ridiculously overpriced can of coke from one of these cut-throat street merchants.

Can't remember exactly how much I paid for 300 ml of cold sugar water, but by god, it has to be the best couple of bucks I ever spent.