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Does anyone else find it funny that there is an Ad by google for frosted mini wheats that  is constantly on this site?

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Ads by Google:

The google ads change by what you look at. If we mention pizza a bunch..... We might get a Pizza Hut ad. Right now I have liposuction - maybe because I have been commenting on the poster getting weight loss surgery.

When we were talking about dating, a dubious site about dating popped up. If it's really inappropriate, you can PM Scott with the link and he might be able to block it.

Let's see.....

Pizza

Pizza

Pizza

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lol. I want to say penis over and over again but I won't.

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lol. I want to say penis over and over again but I won't.

as if!!  and that was your 69th post LOLOLZ  :D

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Snow

Snow

Snow

;)

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Snow

Snow

Snow

;)

ya never know how much you're gonna get or how long it's gonna last ;)

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ya never know how much you're gonna get or how long it's gonna last ;)

But wouldn't mind seeing ads for ski resorts pop up on my feed ;)

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Mmmmm pizza.... I see dominos ads quite frequently. 

 

Who hates seeing food ads on TV?  Right now there is a commercial running for On the Border for their taco special and it has a guy saying "Taco! Taco! Taco Taco Taco Taco Taco Taco Taco Taco......" with pictures of delicious tacos, LOL.

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Mmmmm pizza.... I see dominos ads quite frequently. 

 

Who hates seeing food ads on TV?  Right now there is a commercial running for On the Border for their taco special and it has a guy saying "Taco! Taco! Taco Taco Taco Taco Taco Taco Taco Taco......" with pictures of delicious tacos, LOL.

 

 

The thing is - those tacos are not that delicious in real life.

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The thing is - those tacos are not that delicious in real life.

 

Haha, yes!  I ate there once or twice back in the day and in a place like Texas with good mexican food everywhere, it is subpar.  And now I know the secrets to making my own delicious tacos... I am going to spoil myself to death!

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now I want a taco.

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now I want a taco.

 

 

Make some and tell us about them on the What's for Dinner thread!  Tacos.... yum....

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