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fitzke at VOYAGER.NET
Wed Jul 11 20:45:30 UTC 2001
Having eaten ketchup on my hotdogs since I could chew one (I'm now 75) I
find it difficult to understand what's so unacceptable about this use.
On our high school swimming team we had an excellent diver who ate
ketchup on vanilla ice cream. Now THAT'S a use I never could understand
(It apparently had no deleterious direct or indirect effect; the team
was state champs 2 of the 3 years I was in high school and that diver
was top 3 every year!).
Benjamin Barrett wrote:
> I agree with you that ketchup is common on hot dogs in Seattle. I
> first saw my sister put ketchup on her scrambled eggs about 20 years
> ago. Never have understood it, though.
> Benjamin Barrett
> Tukwila, WA
> Gambling, gamboling and more at the Riverside Inn in Tukwila!
> > -----Original Message-----
> > > Ketchup on scrambled eggs is also common. (I apologize
> > if this rvelation
> > > reaches you when you are eating.)
> > Never heard of ketchup on scrambled eggs. But then, I've
> > never lived in
> > Pennsylvania, either.
> > Anne G
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