Discussion in 'Daily mTurk HITs Threads' started by ThisPoorGuy, Nov 25, 2019.
mmmm raisin bran & peanut butter
I didn't know it was a Southern thing because the first time I had it was in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Thought it was Canadian at first. Turns out totally a Southern, but also Nebraskan, Iowan, Missourian thing.
yeah im from MI too (outside the flightpath at DTW) and ive had that warning from friends before, so i hear ya. but yeah never, i actually just looked it up and im kinda going...naahhhh im good. to each their own i guess
pb and cheerios....never will go back to plain, trust me
Hahah that actually sounds good. Also do you mind if I use that as an appetizer?
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Sure, sounds great!
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Yeah I think it was a fluke I had it in the U.P. because my MIL was from Nebraska.
Where outside the DTW path?
I'm from Royal Oak, but have lived in Ferndale, Oak Park, Bloomfield Hills, etc.. and graduated from MSU. Please tell me you aren't from Ann Arbor....
hahah no, and i literally mean RIGHT UNDER THE FLIGHT PATH lol. that new southern one they put in like a decade back, thats where i was under. i just moved earlier in the year. i kinda miss the background noise
I put literal peanut butter in my cereal. I eat a lil bit with every bite of cereal
as do i with the cheerios and pb mix i said. people have always looked at me oddly til they actually tried it
yeah my bf definitely judges me. A dab of nutella is good too.
I think I did it for the first time when I was stoned lmao
you're making me hungry
I think you were in my Dad's current location. He's around the 94 - 275 crossroads.
yup, middlebelt/eureka area for 30 yearsish
I head back to that area every year to see my Dad and his side of the family.
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