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  1. #1 double posting???? 
    Junior Member TRIFORCE's Avatar
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    hey i was just wondering what the heck double posting means???
     

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    posting once, then posting again. right after yours, without editing your original post.
    its just an easy way of showing that you dont know whats going on


    theres an edit button for a reason, so please use it.

    thats answer it enough?
     

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    well double posting is.
     

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    I cant beleive people dont know what a double post is?
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    fal5e-stop spamming

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    Quote Originally Posted by psplaya
    fal5e-stop spamming

    he was just showing the newbie what the fuck double posting was calm your nipples lol
     

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    damn psplaya "slow your roll"

    its not spamming if it has a meaning to it, and that one it.

    oh and so this is not spamming i will now post a guide on how to make a peanut and butter sandwtich:


    1. Using a knife, spread a generous layer of peanut butter on one slice of bread.

    2. Clean the knife with a napkin or use another knife so the peanut butter and jelly don't mix in their containers.

    3. Spread jelly or jam on the other slice of bread. Use slightly less jelly than peanut butter.

    4. Put the two pieces of bread together with the peanut butter and jelly sides facing one another. Cut the sandwich in half for easier eating.


    Tips:

    If you use a "natural" peanut butter that needs to be refrigerated, let the peanut butter come to room temperature before you spread it to avoid tearing the bread.

    Vary your bread choices in a PB&J. Although white is the standard, try wheat varieties, sourdough, or even rye. And thicker breads are harder to tear when you spread the peanut butter on them.

    Vary your jelly or jam choices. Although many choose "purple" and "red" jams for peanut butter (grape, strawberry, raspberry, boysenberry), some people swear by "orange" jams (apricot, peach).

    Instead of jam or jelly, use sliced banana, honey, raisins, dried or fresh apple slices, unsweetened flaked coconut, bacon (yes, bacon) or any combination of the above.

    Although it's high in protein, peanut butter is, sadly, fattening as all get out.
     

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    lol fal5e...its about time we get some crazy members...nah JK
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    Quote Originally Posted by fal5e
    damn psplaya "slow your roll"

    its not spamming if it has a meaning to it, and that one it.

    oh and so this is not spamming i will now post a guide on how to make a peanut and butter sandwtich:


    1. Using a knife, spread a generous layer of peanut butter on one slice of bread.

    2. Clean the knife with a napkin or use another knife so the peanut butter and jelly don't mix in their containers.

    3. Spread jelly or jam on the other slice of bread. Use slightly less jelly than peanut butter.

    4. Put the two pieces of bread together with the peanut butter and jelly sides facing one another. Cut the sandwich in half for easier eating.


    Tips:

    If you use a "natural" peanut butter that needs to be refrigerated, let the peanut butter come to room temperature before you spread it to avoid tearing the bread.

    Vary your bread choices in a PB&J. Although white is the standard, try wheat varieties, sourdough, or even rye. And thicker breads are harder to tear when you spread the peanut butter on them.

    Vary your jelly or jam choices. Although many choose "purple" and "red" jams for peanut butter (grape, strawberry, raspberry, boysenberry), some people swear by "orange" jams (apricot, peach).

    Instead of jam or jelly, use sliced banana, honey, raisins, dried or fresh apple slices, unsweetened flaked coconut, bacon (yes, bacon) or any combination of the above.

    Although it's high in protein, peanut butter is, sadly, fattening as all get out.
    that was graet lmao
     

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    check my sig for the perfect example of a double post..........locked


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