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  1. 1. D you use the same knife for both jelly and peanut butter when making a pbj sandwich?

    • yes
      16
    • no
      5
    • i don't make/eat pbj sandwich
      12
  2. 2. Would you die to save the world?

    • yes
      14
    • no
      19
  3. 3. When you see someone every now and then in a place wearing uniform, for example, you see this woman at target wearing a red target shirt, then you see this same perosn one day working out at the gym. Do you recognize people in situations like that?

    • Yes, always
      3
    • Most of the time
      16
    • Sometimes i don't
      9
    • Never
      5


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Never. I don't get out much.


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so do people actually use the knife to get peanut butter out of the jar and then use that same knife in the jam/jelly jar or do they use a spoon to get the jelly out and then use the same knife tp spread the jam and the jelly on the bread??

the first part was always a pet peeve of mine growing up.. when I was a kid I didn't like peanut butter and it drove me insane when the jam tasted like peanut butter :P


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I use a spoon for the jam and a knife for the peanut butter. I'm weird.

guess I am weird too because that is what I do ..lol and I use the spoon to spread the jam on the bread and the knife to spread the peanut butter..

yeah me too. i didn't notice it until my little cousins started asking for pbj sammies a few months ago.


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i use the knife to spread the pb in one slice of bread, then i try to clean as much as possible in the other slice, then i use the same knife for the jelly.

It used to be a pet peeve of mine using the same knife, because my dad used to make sandwich with butter and honey and the buitter would always have honey in it. But now not only I'm the only one who eats that jelly, I clean the knife very well, so no residues.




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*03/03/10: LOC approved
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  1. since I oft buy "Smuckers Goober Grape" (PB striped with grape jelly), I technically do use the same knife :lol:
  2. :no:
  3. lotsa times I don't

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