SoCal BS Thread

How long until Permaban trades in for a full size tow pig?

  • 1-3 months

    Votes: 2 13.3%
  • 6-12 months

    Votes: 1 6.7%
  • Next weekend

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • After the first trip out with the trailer

    Votes: 12 80.0%

  • Total voters
    15
  • Poll closed .
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Lol, the ones I've delt with did not get back up. I thought I was going to break something actually...they where frail and skinny...
Sucks I guess the ones you deal with....but I still think a baseball bat would work
The ones I deal with call their meth "energy crystals"... I thought it was a marketing scheme...but no I'm starting to wonder if they are actually smoking infinity stones.
 
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My favorite kind of tacos to make/eat... Ground beef (note: no taco "sauce" packets... just ground beef). White corn lightly "fried". Has been a family favorite for years.

@Itaro LOTS of tomatos (note: freshly diced Roma tomatoes with the seeds removed) and lettuce (note: prefer iceberg lettuce). :thumbsup: The ground beef is just ground beef with no "taco seasoning". Small drops of Tabasco sauce and about two "lines of ketchup" across the top (note: not seen in the picture as it was put on after the picture was taken). If one wants to use "taco seasoning" then whatever, but I wouldn't and we never did. It just tastes better this way without the taco seasoning.
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@HavingaGoodTime4x4 LOTS of sharp cheddar cheese. :thumbsup::rofl::rofl::rofl: Normally we used shredded Velveeta cheese, but sharp cheddar is good too. I think the Velveeta tastes a little better, in my humble opinion, but I didn't have any. If you were to compare you will notice there is a different flavoring, but either one is good really. I recently tried the 4 cheese blend and didn't care for it. Just didn't taste the same or "better" in my humble opinion. So for this one, I stuck with the more family favorite of the way to make it.
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I like to put the lettuce on last because grouping the other items first keeps most of the ingredients "together".
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That's it. Tastes super good too. The Tabasco and ketchup gives it a really good flavoring. NOT too much Tabasco... just a few drops across the top of the meat and tomatoes with about 2x "lines of ketchup".

You guys should try it some time. I don't know of anyone that has ever made tacos this way (i.e. using Tabasco and ketchup)? :noidea: People tend to knock it, but anyways, I love it this way and wouldn't even give a rats ass otherwise.

SEEEVVVVVVVEN!!! :afro:
 
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My favorite kind of tacos to make/eat... Ground beef (note: no taco "sauce" packets... just ground beef). White corn lightly "fried". Has been a family favorite for years.

@Itaro LOTS of tomatos (note: freshly diced Roma tomatoes with the seeds removed) and lettuce (note: prefer iceberg lettuce). :thumbsup: The ground beef is just ground beef with no "taco seasoning". Small drops of Tabasco sauce and about two "lines of ketchup" across the top (note: not seen in the picture as it was put on after the picture was taken). If one wants to use "taco seasoning" then whatever, but I wouldn't and we never did. It just tastes better this way without the taco seasoning.
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@HavingaGoodTime4x4 LOTS of sharp cheddar cheese. :thumbsup::rofl::rofl::rofl: Normally we used shredded Velveeta cheese, but sharp cheddar is good too. I think the Velveeta tastes a little better, in my humble opinion, but I didn't have any. If you were to compare you will notice there is a different flavoring, but either one is good really. I recently tried the 4 cheese blend and didn't care for it. Just didn't taste the same or "better" in my humble opinion. So for this one, I stuck with the more family favorite of the way to make it.
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I like to put the lettuce on last because grouping the other items first keeps most of the ingredients "together".
View attachment 61582

That's it. Tastes super good too. The Tabasco and ketchup gives it a really good flavoring. NOT too much Tabasco... just a few drops across the top of the meat and tomatoes with about 2x "lines of ketchup".

You guys should try it some time. I don't know of anyone that has ever made tacos this way (i.e. using Tabasco and ketchup)? :noidea: People tend to knock it, but anyways, I love it this way and wouldn't even give a rats ass otherwise.

SEEEVVVVVVVEN!!! :afro:
Fuck yhea! More queso!!
My man!
 
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