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post #16 of 36
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Originally Posted by leftnose View Post
and, just maybe, our responses are a joke as well.
I was not joking about the Churros. They're tasty.
post #17 of 36
You can't beat a good churro.

post #18 of 36
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Originally Posted by ecclesand View Post
I've never seen something like that in my life.

What do you do with it... eat it?

PS I don't live in a cave, I live in the UK and I've never seen a churro here
post #19 of 36
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Originally Posted by Bencrest View Post
I've never seen something like that in my life.

What do you do with it... eat it?

PS I don't live in a cave, I live in the UK and I've never seen a churro here
I think it's used to beat birdies.
post #20 of 36
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Originally Posted by analogbox View Post
I think it's used to beat birdies.
Exactly! Then you pick up the birdy, prep it with some hot water and formula 409, then clean those counter tops sparkling clean!

You know: old-school. Like the Flintstones did it.
post #21 of 36
Scott shop towels kick ass. You can wring 'em out and keep using.
post #22 of 36
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Originally Posted by Bencrest View Post
I've never seen something like that in my life.

What do you do with it... eat it?

PS I don't live in a cave, I live in the UK and I've never seen a churro here
You know, you could make a lot of money as the UK Churro distributor.

post #23 of 36
This thread has all the makings of a Head Fi Classic...





Yummy, churros! Wish I was back in the States...
post #24 of 36
I DIY my own paper towels from leftover cardboards.

Also, consider me a pretzel man. Churros explode in my stomach and doesn't turn out right afterwards.
post #25 of 36
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Originally Posted by Bencrest View Post
I've never seen something like that in my life.

What do you do with it... eat it?

PS I don't live in a cave, I live in the UK and I've never seen a churro here
The churro is a Mexican dessert/snack item, basically a long skinny doughnut that is fried then rolled in cinnamon and sugar. They are quite tasty (when fresh) and highly addictive. They are commonly found in the wild around theme parks and other tourist areas.

They're pretty common here in Southern California...
post #26 of 36
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Originally Posted by Danosaurus View Post
The churro is a Mexican dessert/snack item, basically a long skinny doughnut that is fried then rolled in cinnamon and sugar. They are quite tasty (when fresh) and highly addictive. They are commonly found in the wild around theme parks and other tourist areas.

They're pretty common here in Southern California...
Im pretty sure the churro is native to spain.

Also, I like those nice paper towels in fancy restaurants that feel almost like fabric. Yea, those.
post #27 of 36
Bencrest, they're a little like those little donutty things you get over here in some stores/supermarkets - I think they're called yumyums - only better! Imagine a yumyum dipped in cinnamon & you're close.

Damn, I wish I had a churro right now....getting hungry.
post #28 of 36
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Originally Posted by Chrispy View Post
Im pretty sure the churro is native to spain.

Also, I like those nice paper towels in fancy restaurants that feel almost like fabric. Yea, those.
The Churro was developed between the 13th and 14th centuries as a special treat that could only be eaten by the Spanish royalty.

Times have changed, however, and now this regal snack can be found on street corners, amusement parks and at finer restaurants the world over.

Have you tried a cream-filled Churro?
post #29 of 36
Viva Paper Towels
LL
post #30 of 36
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Originally Posted by Uncle Erik View Post

Have you tried a cream-filled Churro?
Oh man. Once you eat a cream filled churro there is no going back to regular churros. Actually that's probably true for most things.

Mmm cream filled pork chop.
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