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Sampson. It was:
it's looking better. But I don't think the chives are curly
of the others (in no particular order):
- ...glad I decided against the cream sauce.
- The restaurant staff laughed while Scott
ate his 'local delicacy', because unknown to him they weren't balls of
potato, and that wasn't gravy. (Scott Richardson)
- Igor's specialty sir, Octabrain eyes.
Enjoy. (Gregory Marnayek)
- "I love hiding my meat behind two big
spuds!!" (Anthony Wilson)
- Okay, so nobody makes molds of themselves,
but when's the last time you've seen a pair like mine? (Zedmelon ???)
- Whenever you see Scott Miller holding a
plate of food and smiling like that, it means you had better make sure he
sits next to a window when you get in the car. (Ben Compton)
- Using the theory that "You are what you
eat" Scott can't wait to see the improvement in his girlfriends figure
after she eats this carefully prepared meal. (Frank Paniz)
- Is EVERYTHING about breasts with you guys?
- Here we see a picture of Scott Miller
having formed his mashed potatoes into an accurate replica of the UV Ceti
star system, a binary star system which lies approximately 8.72 light
years from Earth. The scoop on the left represents the primary star, a red
dwarf of spectral type M5.5e. The scoop on the right represents the
secondary star (BL Ceti), a red dwarf of spectral type M6.0e. Note that to
precisely indicate the variation in the stars' positions, Scott has
justaposed the potatoes within the gravy at a point corresponding to the
mean relative distance between the two stars' centroids across their
entire revolutionary periods with the dinner plate's diameter representing
one complete standard deviation in their relative positions.
Then again, maybe it's just supposed to look like a pair of boobs. (Scott
In reality, this is Scott Miller
hamming it up with his dinner while on vacation.