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Stickys are a wonderful thing and it is an honor to be awarded one. I myself dont have any for i dont have enough knowledge to give to retain one, until today a light bulb went on in my head and i said to myself, "Tonight im going to make myself a sandwich, the best darn sandwich man has ever tasted." Sure enough i was right and knew that i would be, so i decided to capture evidence of this historical landmark.

First and most importantly, you need two pieces of bread, toasted.

Notice the perfect amount of toastedness.

Now a key factor in sandwich making is what goes inside. And obviously the human populations most favorite types of meat are chicken and bacon. (but dont worry if you dont like those the overall goodness in taste of the sandwich in its entirety will overpower your weakness in chickens and pigs)




Next you need to grab a head(of lettuce) and chop it into thousands of pieces. You then must pick out the most worthy pieces for your sandwich.(usually worth pieces are the ones that dont have brown coloring in them)

I knew the cheese for this sandwich had to be special so HOLY cheese was all that could cut it.

NOw that all the fillings are prepared its time to fill it up.
That is after you put mayonaise and mustard on.(if you wanted to be silly i dont think tomatoes would harm the final product)


The order of placement is also very important.
From Bottom to top:
1. Toasted bread w/ mayo y mustard
2.chicken(none of that wussy thin sliced garbage)
3.lettuce
4.bacon
5.Swiss cheese
6.Toasted bread


(i assure you this photo is 100% real)

Although uncontrolled hunger spasms may occur while sandwich is complete you must control your self and gently place into the microwave for THIRTY seconds.


Alas a Warm toasted melted sandwich of supreme just.
I would of taken picture of the complete sandwich but i ate it to fast.

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haha

I'd rather use HOLEY cheese..... like Big-Eye Swiss

Heh, I can't make stickies. I am worthless


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:shock: You microwave your pig?

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:shock: You microwave your pig?


I guess they do things differently in California. I'm actually surprised that he's eating meat Damn liberals

The best invention in the world to make sandwiches is the Ultravection oven.



You can make perfect strips fo bacon and make your sandwich a nice toasty with melted cheese - all with the same machine!!!

I bought 3 at KMart a couple of years ago - best $90 I ever spent.


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I like grilled cheese on sourdough bread they taste really good!


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Hmmm, your lettuce looks a little sickly....

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Hmmm, your lettuce looks a little sickly....
I think it's a little more than sickly... looks like it's already decomposing.

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My kind of sandwich...


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bluntman, you were thinking along the same lines as me! ha ha Although, I'd rather be the meat in THAT sandwich.

Speedo, that's an abuse of cardomain's site! ha ha

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I'll eat it too.


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