#1
TV dinners...

I mean when you make them they are all mushy and gross, always need lots of salt.

Nothing looks as good as it does on the box.

Man I just hate TV Dinners.


Anyone else?

edit: im eating one right now and underneath my potatoes was a french fry.
#3
I love TV Dinners! Don't you EVER talk bad about em again! EVER!!!

[/cheap food elitism]
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#5
TV Dinners? Are they like microwavable ready-meals?
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#8
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TV Dinners? Are they like microwavable ready-meals?

yes, i believe so anyways...

i don't eat them very often, and if i do, i don't eat the ones with chicken... i had a bad experience eating a fried chicken breast from one of those...
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#9
I hate that they never are nearly as good as they look on the box cover, but hell they still taste way better than anything my mom ever cooks.
#10
maybe its just because my mom is a professional baker and her girlfriend/wife is a professional chef...haha

so when i do eat the tv dinners they suck
#11
My dad doesn't cook much and it's just me and him so unfortunately alot of the time I have to eat them...ugh most are nasty.
#12
Quote by x/taluha
maybe its just because my mom is a professional baker and her girlfriend/wife is a professional chef...haha

so when i do eat the tv dinners they suck



did anyone else catch that?

how old are each of them?
#13
yeah my mom is a lesbian big deal got a problem? no there isnt two girlfriend/wife as in there common law married. my mom has a girlfriend named jen they arent married married but they are common law married
#14
I haven't had one in a while, but I remember them being pretty cool as a kid. But back then I don't think I'd ever had a real steak dinner before or anything like that.
#15
Meat is murder, but maybe you should learn how to cook your on meals instead of relying on food that has been sent through processers a thousand times.
#16
Quote by x/taluha
yeah my mom is a lesbian big deal got a problem? no there isnt too girlfriend/wife as in there common law married. my mom has a girlfriend named jen they are married married but they are common law married

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I'm not too fond of TV dinners, I'll eat them if I have to though.
#17
Quote by standonealone
Meat is murder, but maybe you should learn how to cook your on meals instead of relying on food that has been sent through processers a thousand times.



im a vegiterian. i never said there was meat in my tv dinner. i said potatoes.
#18
Quote by x/taluha
yeah my mom is a lesbian big deal got a problem? no there isnt two girlfriend/wife as in there common law married. my mom has a girlfriend named jen they arent married married but they are common law married



lol i didn't mean to be offensive i just thought you meant that your mom had another girlfriend that she was cheating on her wife with.
#19
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Meat is murder, but maybe you should learn how to cook your on meals instead of relying on food that has been sent through processers a thousand times.

Well aren't you a rebel.
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#20
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lol i didn't mean to be offensive i just thought you meant that your mom had another girlfriend that she was cheating on her wife with.



oh no no sorryy haha im bad at discribing things
#21
I prefer cooking all my own food. I don't really like tv dinners, they're not tasty, good for you... and I don't have a tv.
#24
Quote by standonealone
Meat is murder


So is the production of wheat, but you self-righteous bastards still eat it.
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#26
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So is the production of wheat, but you self-righteous bastards still eat it.


Wheat is murder!
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#27
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So is the production of wheat, but you self-righteous bastards still eat it.

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#30
Quote by GiantRaven
TV Dinners are ****ing horrible

That stuff tastes like crap



buttsecks?
i you.
#31
Quote by GiantRaven
TV Dinners are ****ing horrible

That stuff tastes like crap


Yeah, but:

Convenience > Taste.
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#33
Quote by GiantRaven
Pfft, it's easier to make a sandwich



okay, what's easier, getting meat, cheese, lettuce, mustard and/or mayonaisse/other condiments out of the fridge, getting a plate, getting two slices of bread out of a double bagged bread bag (Ha! double bag, even more complicated!), putting all of it on the bread AFTER first putting the bread on the plate in a neat fashion, putting the other piece of bread on top OR getting a plastic container out of the freezer, tossing it in the microwave and nuking it for a few minutes?
#34
Hey asshole. I AM a Hungry Man.


Seriously, they can be okay. Unless you do it wrong at all, then it turns to mush.
#35
Quote by chocolatguitar
okay, what's easier, getting meat, cheese, lettuce, mustard and/or mayonaisse/other condiments out of the fridge, getting a plate, getting two slices of bread out of a double bagged bread bag (Ha! double bag, even more complicated!), putting all of it on the bread AFTER first putting the bread on the plate in a neat fashion, putting the other piece of bread on top OR getting a plastic container out of the freezer, tossing it in the microwave and nuking it for a few minutes?

First one

I'd probably break the microwave somehow
#36
Quote by GiantRaven
First one

I'd probably break the microwave somehow

I'd have to agree with you there. Plus whenever I have them, I put them in the oven, because it tastes better. Downside? Takes 35 minutes.

*yawn* Where's my sandwich?
#37
Quote by GiantRaven
First one

I'd probably break the microwave somehow



i can break microwaves with my face.
#38
Quote by chocolatguitar
okay, what's easier, getting meat, cheese, lettuce, mustard and/or mayonaisse/other condiments out of the fridge, getting a plate, getting two slices of bread out of a double bagged bread bag (Ha! double bag, even more complicated!), putting all of it on the bread AFTER first putting the bread on the plate in a neat fashion, putting the other piece of bread on top OR getting a plastic container out of the freezer, tossing it in the microwave and nuking it for a few minutes?


It's easier to get your woman to make you a sandwich. After all, that's all they're good for.
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#40
Yeah, I'm no big fan of TV dinners...I can't remember the last time I had a TV dinner though. I usually get properly cooked healthy dinners with all food groups and such - enjoy them very much so.

However, I'm sure I could live through eating a TV dinner.