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That's pretty sweet!
 

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That was something to watch for sure.
 

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Entertaining, but wasteful of peanut butter.

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No, no, ...you missed the point,


The peanut butter was instant PBJ for sammiches.
Dint ya see the grape jelly....?


:rolleyes:



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The shooter was rather consistent in shooting low.
 

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^^^^I noticed that. I wonder if it was on purpose for some reason?
 

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Did ya notice the bullet start to tumble as it left the peanut butter?;)
 

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Did y:greenlittle::oops:

You have to mix the peanut butter before you put it on the bread. He just did a good job of getting it ready!

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Damn it Tommy, that ain't the proper procedure. The jelly goes on one slice, the peanut butter on the other. The prepared slices must be placed together very gently, so as not to smoosh the pb and jelly together. Bites must be taken with the lips pulled back, so they don't smoosh the sandwich either.

I'm sorry to have to say it, but toothless folk should not eat PB&J sandwiches - because they can't avoid smooshing.

Fluffer-nutter assembly has more flexibility, but premixing is still declass.

I'm pretty sure you are younger than I am - you shouldn't have forgotten the rules.
 

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I agree with VT.........you put the pb on one slice and the jelly on another. I never heard about not smooshing the two together. It all gets mixed together anyway. You want to do the jelly slice first so the knife can be wiped off on the bread before getting into the PB. You don't want PB in your jelly jar.
 

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We should rename the forum to PB&J Talk! I agree though. You can't smooth it!
 
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