While I may now live in Utah, I am from California.
Believe me ... you haven't seen lack of culture until you've lived in the land of white bread and Wal*Mart.
Although ... being from San Francisco, I do know a number of people who would argue that there is no culture in California south of Palo Alto.
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> From: Brian Baylis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Reply-To: email@example.com
> Date: Wed, 01 May 2002 19:51:46 -0700
> To: Richard M Sachs <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Cc: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: [CR]Vintage red Twizzlers
> CRAP! I guess I'll be sitting out in the dirt eating the one bag of
> CHERRY and one bag of WATERMELON I bought all by myself. Should I
> destroy this stuff and start over or risk getting the Heebee Geebees?? I
> hear there is a vaccine for it now; it can't be that bad, can it?
> Why strawberry anyway? Did I miss that section in the Secret
> Framebuilders Handbook and Resturaunt Guide? It wouldn't be the first
> time I muffed one of the rules; being from California and all. I mean,
> we really got no culture our here, really.
> My other question has to do with preparation and serving of this dish.
> Does one have it on a plate, cutting it into small pieces with a knife
> and then with pinky extended gracefully poke it with your dessert fork;
> or does one go ahead and let it hang limp from the mouth and slurp it
> like spagetti? Or maybe slurping while holding it with pinky extended.
> Surely there is an accepted way to eat this delicacy. How about a little
> chocolate sauce? Or strawberry, if you insist. So much to learn, so
> little time. Can we jam one of these babys into a Krispy Kreme doughnut?
> Talk about a flavor of the month! That might top the time Mr. Peanut
> Butter crashed into Mr. Jelly!
> Brian Baylis
> La Mesa, CA
> Mad scientist comming to NC to play Dr. Frakenstein with Twizzlers and
>> strawberry ONLY.
>> the ones that look like 9" 'ropes'. (twists).
>> they're usually in one or two pound bags.
>> sometimes smaller at the checkout counter...
>> gotta go!
>> On Wed, 01 May 2002 16:25:44 -0700 Brian Baylis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>> Having just come back from the store (whereupon I stumbled onto the
>>> "Twizzler Section"), I'm now wondering which "red" Twizzler is the
>>> actual coveted item? Would a Red Twizzler be cherry, strawberry, or
>>> Watermelon-mania? Further, it seems that these tasty treats that we
>>> be eating at LE CIRQUE DU CYCLISME (classic content, yes?) come in
>>> forms. Are all three variations acceptable in the secret flavor; or
>>> one properly select between bites, twists, or the new
>>> I'm bringing a small supply just in case Richie runs short. If I
>>> the wrong ones you guys can toss me out of the tree fort.
>>> Brian Baylis
>>> La Mesa, CA
>>> Concerned about which snack food is socially acceptable.