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Comment of the Day: Beans, Part 2

Fatty FatBastard has been raging about beans and chili, on Eating Our Words and elsewhere, and in doing so, he has made today more entertaining. He even jumped on an unrelated post by Nicholas Hall, about chicken-fried steak, to ask this:

"You sure it wouldn't have been better if you poured beans on it?"

That made us LOL, Fatty Fat. Please accept this major award, complete with the soft glow of electric sex.

A promise to EOW readers: I'll retire the leg after New Year's. Now, who watched the movie on TNT TBS this Christmas?

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