coolhandfluke

italian hoagie

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1 min ago, MitchellNJ said:

So basically the whole deal is a piece of **** :th:

 

Do it right or don't bother.

That’s no small sandwich..... the rolls are pretty close to the size of a loaf of Italian bread .... like belmo said what the do works and it’s delicious. ... I’m gonna put this right out there for everyone to see because I’m sure it’s never been said before

 

Belmo has inspired me...... that’s right I said it, I gotta go get me an eves zep.

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15 mins ago, Tom T said:

Probably Boston, too.

 

11 mins ago, MitchellNJ said:

So basically the whole deal is a piece of **** :th:

 

Do it right or don't bother.

Will you two cupcakes tell me about some obscure Jersey food item I've never had, so I can tell you how it's awful, and how Jersey people are idiots for doing it that way?


I'll hang up and listen to your answer. :wave:

 

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Quiet.  Thick meat is for thickheaded dolts who don't take the time or care to craft, or eat,  a good sandwich.

Edited by Tom T

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3 hours ago, Belmo said:

Where are you?

The classic Eye-Talian hoagie (get that sub horsespit out of here :dismay:) is gabagool, goudageen, and salami, with provolone, preferably sharp.

Bologna. :laugh:

A real Italian hoagie DOES NOT have goudageen on it. EVER. 

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19 mins ago, Belmo said:

 

Will you two cupcakes tell me about some obscure Jersey food item I've never had, so I can tell you how it's awful, and how Jersey people are idiots for doing it that way?


I'll hang up and listen to your answer. :wave:

 

Italian subs are not obscure dip****

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4 mins ago, coolhandfluke said:

IS IT MAC   OR MAE

Quiet down, man, I'm trying to foment here. Foment!

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