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    Posted: 26 Jun 2012 at 3:32am
Confused Possibly one of the very best products to show up in the last 25 years?!  I just don't know!
 
This stuff is simply wonderful (a little expensive, but VERY addictive!Wink)
 
Almost three months of 'excessive spending' on this product - actually impacted my beer budget.
 
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(Grocer Clerk, ringing up total and noticing an odd quantity of a single product) "PaW...We have a (clear-cut) Problem!"
(MissyDWolf in tears with goopy-spoon-in-mouthPig) "Mmmwee mmwhhaffa Pppfrrolmmmmph!" PigPigCryCry
 
 
 
 
Peter Pan Original Honey Roasted Peanut Butter<<<--- This stuff is GREAT!
 
There may simply be nothing worse than observing a loved one clearly out of control and in need of a 'Family Intervention', doncha know...Cry...unless it is an ENTIRE FAMILY that requires the 'Intervention' to simply to ensure everyone gets their 'Fair Share', dammitnow!!!PigPigPig
 
I'd call the Televideo Crews for an episode on the 'Fambly Channel', but we'd probably all look like "The Family Creosote'...so, no.
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We've been a pair for 40 years...we've raised children, we have grandchildren. EVERYONE knows MissyDWolf loves peanut butter, but has ALWAYS HATED HONEY.
I love honey.
I accidently got a jar of this about a month ago and she 'accidently' got a mouthful of it, in the dark.
Things haven't been the same since that night; I've had to stock up - and if I can't find it, now I hve to purchase and experiment with creamy peanut butters and honey, just to keep her quiet.
OuchWhat can I tell the children?! How do I let the entire family know?
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I dunno Pa..... after getting used to this stuff....
 
 
All the "traditional brands" of peanut butter seem bland & flavorless to me.
 
It takes a little getting used to because the peanut flavor is so strong, but after one jar, you won't even be able to taste the other stuff. It'll be like eating softened wax or something.
 
Plus, this stuff is actually healthy for you.
 
Got all those Omega-3's & stuff.
 
 
 
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Confusedbut what about the honey? The combination is what has created the problem...now I think I need to grab a jar of that and mix up some mush. Omega 3 & honey...
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I got hooked on the Skippy Roasted Honey Nut Peanut Butter for awhile.  I was eating spoonfuls right outta the jar.
 
 
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I'd take a swan dive into that stuff--and the judges would hold up scoring cards! LOL
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Just finished off a jar of the PPHR Crunchy.
 
Mighty tasty stuff.
 
Bought it on sale for a buck-99.
 
Found a jar of my favorite Smart Balance on sale about halfway thru the jar of PPHR, so I bought it.
 
Now that I'm done with the PP, I can start in on the SB .
 
 
 
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I was thinking of getting a jar, along with a box of plain cookies to smear the peanut butter on, and make my own sandwich cookies.  I decided against it.  Peanut butter's too addictive to me.
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This is intriguing.....


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Oh lord..... that stuff actually looks like "you-know-what"!!!!! (& I don't mean bacon)
 
On the other hand, it might be kinda tasty.
 
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Just Googled the Squeez Bacon & came up with some info on it.
 
 
Interesting.... no preservatives, but has a shelf life of 12 years!!!
 
 
MUST SEE VIDEO!!!! LOL
 
 
 
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Oh lord..... that stuff actually looks like "you-know-what"!!!!! (& I don't mean bacon)
 
 
 
 
If your "you-know-what" is that red, you might wanna see a doctor.
 
 
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Looks brown to me.
 
But then again, I have a color vision deficiency w/regards to reds & greens.
 
Certain darker shades of red sometimes look brown to me.
 
 
 
 
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Looks brown to me.
 
But then again, I have a color vision deficiency w/regards to reds & greens.
 
Certain darker shades of red sometimes look brown to me.
 
 
 
 


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Originally posted by Hootman Hootman wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Looks brown to me.
 
But then again, I have a color vision deficiency w/regards to reds & greens.
 
Certain darker shades of red sometimes look brown to me.


Me too!
 
Statistically, something like 11% of men worldwide have some sort of color vision deficiency.
 
I can't get past the first card of an Ishihara test.
 
It has kept me out of certain occupations.
 
 
 
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So, do you guys sometimes mistake your scabs for Squeez Bacon?
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Don't knock it till you've tried it, bub.
 
 
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by Hootman Hootman wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Looks brown to me.
 
But then again, I have a color vision deficiency w/regards to reds & greens.
 
Certain darker shades of red sometimes look brown to me.


Me too!
 
Statistically, something like 11% of men worldwide have some sort of color vision deficiency.
 
I can't get past the first card of an Ishahara test.
 
It has kept me out of certain occupations.
 
 
 


One of the things that knocked me out of Air Force ROTC in 1971. 

Also, one of my first jobs was a file clerk.  The filing system was color-coded.  Thankfully, I was promoted before I could screw things up.
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You can't pass a DOT physical for a driving job either.
 
I wanted to go into intelligence for the military many years ago, but because you have to analyze color satellite photos, you have to have perfect color vision.
 
You can take the Ishihara test online nowadays.
 
Here's one site:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Got the first one right....
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At least I'm not colorblind.  Otherwise, without my contact lenses, I'm blind as a bat.
 
 
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I've worn glasses since 1st grade...severe myopia and astigmatism.

Now I have cataracts. 

I'm going next week for a consult on surgery.  They say they can put new lenses in my eyes that will have me seeing almost perfect. 

Wait, how did we get off the peanut butter topic?  Embarrassed
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Yea - I thought you were about to tell us that they were going to treat your cataracts with Peter Pan Honey Roast (creamy)
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They only use the chunky kind for eye surgery.
 
Don't know why.
 
 
 
 
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Originally posted by Hootman Hootman wrote:

I've worn glasses since 1st grade...severe myopia and astigmatism.

Now I have cataracts. 

I'm going next week for a consult on surgery.  They say they can put new lenses in my eyes that will have me seeing almost perfect. 

Wait, how did we get off the peanut butter topic?  Embarrassed
 
Good luck, Hoot!
 
I'm terribly nearsighted, too.  Actually, now that I require corrective lenses for reading as well, I guess I'm no longer nearsighted.  I guess I'm neither nearsighted nor farsighted at this point.  That would make me "no-sighted".  Oy vey.
 
Anyway, I have a "distance" contact lens in one eye, and a "reading" contact lens in the other.  I love it.
 
 
For the purpose of "sticking" with the topic of peanut butter, lemme just say that with my reading lens, I can easily read the list of ingredients on the back of a jar of peanut butter.
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Anyway, I have a "distance" contact lens in one eye, and a "reading" contact lens in the other.
 
That may explain a lot about your distorted view of the world. LOL
 
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