rank the cheeses
NB any other answers are incorrect.
It is so obviously baked Camembert
Yeah, that is the king of cheese related things.
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subway's old english cheese is definitely their best cheese.
The sort of general malaise that only the genius possess and the insane lament.
hate subway and that 'cheese' is horrible
Cheese is over-rated and boring. Lets rank the roast dinners.
1. Roast beef
2. Roast pork
3. Roast turkey
4. Roast lamb
5. Roast chicken
Turkey is massively under-rated though so I expect to be on my own rating it above chicken.
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Roast beef is overrated there. All the others I'm fine with.
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pork is #1
actually rank the meats
Big difference between rating the meats and rating the roast dinners, ****.
lol fish as #1.
1/10 as a rating maybe.
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