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Also according to Twitter, Comet Ping Pong Pizza was a front for an underground sex ring, so I guess take what you’re about to read with a grain of salt.
egg: soft boiled
steak: medium rare
milk: growing up, every night with dinner (except Fridays)
alcohol: gin and tonic
warm drink: black coffee
egg: sunny side up
steak: nah, hamburger!
milk: love it
alcohol: leave it
warm drink: black tea, fresh ginger
egg: scrambled, omelet, frittata
milk: without lactose
alcohol: honey whiskey, rye whiskey
warm drink: latte with coconut milk
egg: came first, doesn’t make sense otherwise
steak: with egg
milk: yeah, throw an egg in there too. Make it eggnog.
alcohol: no egg please. Yuck.
warm drink: mulled wine
egg: SNICKERS. WHERE ARE THE SNICKERS EGGS?
steak: I’ve been craving the Philly cheese variety
milk: SKIM BABY
alcohol: lately, champagne or a French 75
warm drink: black coffee
egg: and cheese sandwich, with a meat. not ham.
steak: depends… is lamb available?
milk: I’ve got nipples, can you milk me?
alcohol: bourbon, spherical ice cube
warm drink: fruity tea, mint tea, low-T
steak: >$30 = medium rare, <$30 = medium
milk: for kids
warm drink: Irish coffee
egg: over medium
steak: medium well and grass-fed
alcohol: Jackie D
warm drink: green tea and honey
egg: omelet or scrambled
milk: chocolate, unless I’m dunking Oreos, then white
alcohol: don’t drink it
warm drink: tea or hot chocolate
egg: hard boiled
steak: very rare…ly eaten
milk: in coffee or cereal only
alcohol: whatever you have lying around
warm drink: coffee w/ milk (preferably frothed but no pressure but if you don’t have a frother I can bring mine over)
egg: scrambled with hot sauce on toast
steak: mooom, i want meatloaf
milk: s k i m
alcohol: gin and rosé—not together, although…
warm drink: earl grey tea
egg: over easy. That’s what she said.
steak: that one from Parasite.
milk: F the patriarchy.
alcohol: friend of Bills.
warm drink: the blood of my oppressors.
egg: on toast.
steak: you do you. I’ll pass.
milk: whole for the fam. Nut for me.
alcohol: Yes please.
warm drink: Large Almond Late from my neighborhood bakery. They give you 4 shots there. 👍
steak: black and blue
warm drink: iced coffee
egg: yes, please—any which way
steak: medium rare, cooked on the grill with a spicy rub
milk: only in my coffee, thanks
alcohol: no thanks
warm drink: chamomile tea with local honey
steak: & Shake
alcohol: stouts and porters
warm drink: the half-finished LaCroix I left in my car, yesterday.
egg: frozen for the future
steak: if I can find it
milk: powdered so it lasts longer
alcohol: in everything
warm drink: while we still have gas and electricity
egg: over-easy on some kind of toast or pancake
steak: med rare dry aged porterhouse
milk: soy in cereal (cholesterol minded), 2% with a some kind of brownie
alcohol: sober… but let me get out list of old favorites, brb…
warm drink: Americano w/hazelnut cream
egg: only when wrapped around a starch
steak: meat is murder (but if you’re paying for the meal, medium-well)
milk: turns me into a fart rocket
alcohol: since I started getting multi-day hangovers in my 30s, no
warm drink: green tea! it helps with my metabolism, said the fat man fatly
egg: scrambled, or better yet just a million Reese’s Eggs
steak: medium well
milk: whole, before the date (regardless of if it smells fine on the day after); put some chocolate syrup in there if we have any
alcohol: never had any 👼🏻
warm drink: room temperature water after I forgot to drink it when it was sorta cold
egg: scrambled. And fluffy, cooked on a stove. Not in a microwave.
steak: only if I have to—then medium
milk: lactose intolerant
alcohol: mimosas with cheap champagne
warm drink: water
egg: egg salad sammich on English muffin
steak: rare, plz, thx
milk: with my coffee, along with sugar
alcohol: rum and orange juice
warm drink: Sweet Dreams tea with a lavender mint base and honey
egg: before outdoor activities
steak: holds the tent down
alcohol: after outdoor activities
warm drink: coffee – black – often
Keep the conversation going on Twitter. What’s your e/s/m/a/wd preference? Also, if you want to read more about mis- and disinformation on Twitter, check out this interactive study by the Knight Foundation.