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Old 05-11-2014, 05:24 PM   #1
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Last meal...what would you choose?

Before I deployed to Iraq, my wife asked me what I wanted for a meal before I left (it was not said out loud, but we couldn't help but think that it could be my last home-cooked meal). I chose lasagna and garlic bread. Obviously, I survived...What would you choose?

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marinated steak tips, mashed 'taters, corn on the cob with an ice cold draft beer. oh and I'll take a side of that garlic bread too.

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"oh and I'll take a side of that garlic bread too."
Lol!
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Before I deployed to Iraq, my wife asked me what I wanted for a meal before I left (it was not said out loud, but we couldn't help but think that it could be my last home-cooked meal). I chose lasagna and garlic bread. Obviously, I survived...What would you choose?
Which did you survive, the lasagna or Iraq?

I would go with meatloaf with brown gravy, mac and cheese,mashed potatoes,mixed vegetables,salad, duck and sausage gumbo and end it with cream brulle'. Note: brown gravy cooked down with the meatloaf. Not the red stuff. I need good gravy for the mac and cheese and taters.
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A pizza from my favorite pizza place where I grew up, a footlong with the works from the hotdog place in my home town, fried chicken with mashed taters and gravy, corn, green beans, and a nice big draft Yuengling.
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Some green curry tofo and some basil rolls!!! Yum!!
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Two California sushi rolls, 750ml of gin, a liter of tonic, ice, and a happy ending (from a female).
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Which did you survive, the lasagna or Iraq?
Both! Iraq was dangerous, but the lasagna was "to die for"!
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Both! Iraq was dangerous, but the lasagna was "to die for"!
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