Left over Chinese food

Item added by magellan. Added on 05/14/2004
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Wiseguy
09/13/2009

Left over Chinese food 4

Most times I never bothered to warm it up.

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CanadaSucks
09/13/2009

Left over Chinese food 4

Digestive Jihad to be sure. . .

The combination of alcohol leaking into your system combined with dog meat cooked in motor oil will indeed leave you with quality time on the porcelain (sp?) altar.

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zuchinibut
04/05/2009

Left over Chinese food 1

I'm not usually a fan of chinese food sober. Having it drunk definitely isn't apealing, especially if you are talking about leftovers. In college my wife's roommates would always want to order food after drinking, and chinese food would usually be in the discussion. I am proud of myself for always steering the discussion away from that option, and back to something more suitable to my drunken palate.

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oscargamblesfr o
04/05/2009

Left over Chinese food 4

A true, hungry drunk will eat anything- four day old crab rangoons.... I once ate a whole thing of KFC cole slaw, a food I normally despise, and another time ate a stolen frozen lasagna. Batman cereal. Anything.

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irishgit
12/16/2008

Left over Chinese food 1

I'll eat nearly anything in the fridge when I'm loaded and hungry. (Ever had a baked bean, dill pickle and peanut butter sandwich?) But left over Chinese makes me gag.

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Jake_Armitage
12/15/2008

Left over Chinese food 2

Some food is better leftover than when you first ate it, like spaghetti, lasagna, but not Chinese food, not usually anyways.

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Astromike
10/02/2008

Left over Chinese food 5

Another good food that tastes just as good still hot or left over.

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Loerke
01/16/2007

Left over Chinese food 5

I don't think it's Chinese food per se, because there's not really all that much drinking in China as compared to other nations. It's the American versions of Chinese noodles that have somehow become a really good way of getting through drinking sessions. Take this quotation from a 100-year-old novel by James Weldon Johnson: "...chop-suey was a favorite dish among the frequenters of the place. It is a food that, somehow, has the power of absorbing alcoholic liquors that have been taken into the stomach. I have heard men claim that they could sober up on chop-suey. Perhaps that accounted, in some degree, for its popularity."

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Randyman
06/25/2005

Left over Chinese food 2

Only if you fell like puking. I like Chinese food, but the thought of eating leftover Chinese while drunk just doesn't sound good. However if I were drunk, I might feel differant.

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WildKard51
11/11/2004

Left over Chinese food 5

This is whats normally in the fridge and I always go pokin around in there when I get a little munchy, so the obvious conclusion would be that Chinese leftovers are the best.

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numbah16tdhaha
08/17/2004

Left over Chinese food 4

This is pretty good, even if the food isn't.

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ItsMichelle
07/11/2004

Left over Chinese food 1

can you say praying to the porcelin god?

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