Crunchy or Creamy?

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Peanut Butter...Crunchy or Creamy?

  1. Crunchy!

    52.0%
  2. Creamy!

    48.0%
  3. Teh Baba has peanut allergies!

    8.0%
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  1. Nautica

    Nautica Probably a Dual

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    Well? Vote, biatches!
  2. gul

    gul Revolting Beer Drinker Administrator Formerly Important

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    crunchy and natural.
  3. Paladin

    Paladin Overjoyed Man of Liberty

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    Crunchy. Oh, yeah.
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  4. Nautica

    Nautica Probably a Dual

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    I'm the only one in my family who prefers Crunchy, so I get the jar all to myself, and can eat directly from it without issues. Life is good! :nana:
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  5. Diacanu

    Diacanu Comicmike. Writer

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    Homemade crunchy.

    Creamy JIF, fistful of dry roasted peanuts.

    Bam.
  6. foil1212

    foil1212 Jose "Mom Fan" Alvarez Staff Member Moderator

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    I like both, but I don't eat enough to warrant a jar of crunchy, and the rest of my family likes creamy.
  7. Prufrock

    Prufrock Disturbing the Universe

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    Creamy, but crunchy isn't the end of the world. But I don't eat it much anyway.
  8. LizK

    LizK Sort of lurker

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    Crunchy for makng candy or cookies. Creamy for sandwiches
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  9. Rimjob Bob

    Rimjob Bob Wordforge's Least Competent Wokelord

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    Creamy. I love cream in my mouth.
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  10. The Esquire of Gothos

    The Esquire of Gothos The Squire of Gotham

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    Crunchy!

    Though creamy's good too. Is there an intermediate between the two?
  11. Mrs. Albert

    Mrs. Albert demented estrogen monster

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    creamy. crunchy will not do. :no:
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  12. Fisherman's Worf

    Fisherman's Worf I am the Seaman, I am the Walrus, Qu-Qu-Qapla'!

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    Creamy. I can tolerate crunchy, but not super crunchy. If I wanted crunchy, I'd just eat some fucking peanuts.
  13. oldfella1962

    oldfella1962 high speed, low drag

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    Both are good. But never buy Smuckers peanut butter already mixed with jelly. The jelly ratio is too low, so it's very dry on a sandwich.
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  14. Fisherman's Worf

    Fisherman's Worf I am the Seaman, I am the Walrus, Qu-Qu-Qapla'!

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    Ugh, you mean Goober? I agree, waaaay to high of a PB to J ratio.

    [​IMG]

    They used to package it in a squeeze tube, too. :yuck:
  15. Chuck

    Chuck Go Giants!

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    Skippy creamy
  16. oldfella1962

    oldfella1962 high speed, low drag

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    YES! Goober, that's the brand. Nice in theory, but it just didn't pan out. It's still on the shelves, which is beyond all human comprehension + reasoning.
  17. Prufrock

    Prufrock Disturbing the Universe

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    That's just about the laziest thing I can think of.

    Except I've seen frozen, 'crustless' PB&J sandwiches in the frozen foods section :wtf:
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  18. Fisherman's Worf

    Fisherman's Worf I am the Seaman, I am the Walrus, Qu-Qu-Qapla'!

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    ^I think I have too. But I didn't want to believe it. :(
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  19. oldfella1962

    oldfella1962 high speed, low drag

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    I've got an idea....it's so crazy it just might work:

    just as we have "donut holes" why can't we just package the crust of the cut-off PB&J sandwiches? You could market it as "low carb" get some celebrity to lose a few pounds eating them and BAM! The crowd goes wild, the money rolls in. :congress:
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  20. The Esquire of Gothos

    The Esquire of Gothos The Squire of Gotham

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    What are the verdicts on fluffernutter?
  21. Prufrock

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    Good for making fudge. Too sweet for just about anything else.

    And it definitely shouldn't be crunchy.
  22. Yelling Bird

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    Both are great. I care more about natural vs. processed whatzit that I can't pronounce. The only ingredients listed should be peanuts and salt.
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    That Smuckers combo shit is deadly, man. I can go full fat kid and down a jar of that in 1-2 sittings.
  24. Fisherman's Worf

    Fisherman's Worf I am the Seaman, I am the Walrus, Qu-Qu-Qapla'!

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    You disgust me. :yuck:
  25. Diacanu

    Diacanu Comicmike. Writer

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    My grandmother hated to cook.
    She lived off Goober grape, Campbells soups, Lunchables, and whatever doggy-bags and leftovers she could glom off us.

    She ate like a bachelor!

    :lol:
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  26. oldfella1962

    oldfella1962 high speed, low drag

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    That just HAS to be some type of deviant sex act, banned south of the Mason-Dixon line. :nocomment:
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  27. Sean the Puritan

    Sean the Puritan Endut! Hoch Hech!

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    One slice of bread gets creamy. The other gets crunchy.
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  28. oldfella1962

    oldfella1962 high speed, low drag

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    I think he's setting a good example for our gub'mint by "reaching across the aisle."
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  29. Vignette

    Vignette In Limbo

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    What is even the point of creamy peanut butter.
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  30. Bailey

    Bailey It's always Christmas Eve Super Moderator

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    Crunchy on multigrain toast.

    Smooth in shakes.