Feed Dump: The Salty Watermelon

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itsausernamewhatofit:
Salty Melon still has nothing on Tentacle Grape soda. Seriously it's a real thing.
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The Salty Watermelon - Sex Act or Japanese Pepsi Flavor?

Why can't it be both?

I've tried Watermelon with salt on it as it's one of my mother-in-law's favorite things, and it's definitely as appetizing as it sounds (that is to say, not very appetizing.)

Her argument is that salt makes it savory.

I very much disagree with that statement. I mean, watermelon is suppose to be sweet and watery, not the opposite.

Can a 'Salter Watermelon' also involve a rubber foot on a chain?

Also; an objective adorableness scale? Just don't try and measure Fluttershy on it. It would break.

Salty watermelon actually sounds pretty good. Just a little salt, mind, since it makes the sweetness of the melon juice stand out even more.

Burst6:
salty watermelon...

I don't know about you guys but i thought vagina. It makes sense. They're both red on the inside, they're both salty, and they can both be wet.

Please never tell us about how either the rind or the seeds fit into this analogy.

gNetkamiko:
I've tried Watermelon with salt on it as it's one of my mother-in-law's favorite things, and it's definitely as appetizing as it sounds (that is to say, not very appetizing.)

Her argument is that salt makes it savory.

I very much disagree with that statement. I mean, watermelon is suppose to be sweet and watery, not the opposite.

Putting salt on watermelon is just another example of the "salty and sweet" combo. There's also peanut butter & jelly (or bananas, or marshmallow fluff, or chocolate), chocolate covered pretzels, salted caramel, maple candied bacon and chocolate bacon. Even sweet and sour things like orange chicken and BBQ sauce are also mix of sweet and salty.

While searching for salty watermelons after viewing this, I found out that some people use the phrase : " Never Eat Salty Watermelons " as a mnemonic for compass directions. Weird.

I'll see that Tentacle Grape and raise you a Liquid Cereal

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Salt on Melon, for people who can't afford Serrano Ham.

eddyshore6528:
While searching for salty watermelons after viewing this, I found out that some people use the phrase : " Never Eat Salty Watermelons " as a mnemonic for compass directions. Weird.

Who needs a mnemonic to remember the compass directions? That is the wierdest thing!

Mullahgrrl:

eddyshore6528:
While searching for salty watermelons after viewing this, I found out that some people use the phrase : " Never Eat Salty Watermelons " as a mnemonic for compass directions. Weird.

Who needs a mnemonic to remember the compass directions? That is the wierdest thing!

Clearly, someone who has had a traumatic experience eating salty watermelons.

Don Reba:

Mullahgrrl:

eddyshore6528:
While searching for salty watermelons after viewing this, I found out that some people use the phrase : " Never Eat Salty Watermelons " as a mnemonic for compass directions. Weird.

Who needs a mnemonic to remember the compass directions? That is the wierdest thing!

Clearly, someone who has had a traumatic experience eating salty watermelons.

A SEXY traumatic experience...

I think "the stalking kangaroo" is also a sex act.

As a student of De Montfort Uni, I NEEEEEEEEEEEEED to find that study on the rude people having angry dogs, just shows those bunch of wannabe upper class fools at Leicester Uni really are wasting their daddies money on being sent to uni

We Southerners know how to eat properly. There's a reason its called SOUL FOOD

ummm, yea in japan people put salt on watermelon....

hatvertisement.

I had a cocker spaniel. They are cuddly, but they are essentially housebroken hunting dogs; I'm not sure they really are the cuddliest of all.

Ah yes, the "Salty Watermelon"

When the man is about to orgasm, he does so into a hole that has been cut into a watermelon. Then the female can either choose to bounce on it ass first, hit it with a sledgehammer or throw it against the wall.

Scrumpmonkey:
Can a 'Salter Watermelon' also involve a rubber foot on a chain?

Using the rubber foot on a chain is dubbed the "Seedless Salty Watermelon"

hpriamson:
Why do they have a giant steel bar locking the double doors behind them? I've seen it before, but it was particularly noticeable this time.

I've been wondering that since Feed Dump started, but I can never get anybody to respond to it. My guess is that's where they keep Andy.

RandV80:
I still have my Sega Master System, and gotta say that it's light phaser gun was much better than Nintendo's. Had a nice sleek black design and had a much smoother trigger that didn't make that annoying clicking sound that Nintendo's does.

*Fist bump* from a former light phaser owner.
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No LRR logo at the begining?
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My Gramma puts salt on her watermelon, also beer.

LostintheWick:

bdcjacko:
Salt on watermelon makes them taste better. Did I mention I live in the south?

YES! I can't believe people don't know about this. It's like ketchup and fries.
I don't live in the south, but my grandpa showed me this when I was five. Been doing it ever since.

I'm not a fan of watermelons, but I want to try this. So, how do you do it? A pinch of salt just on the place you're going to bite?

Endocrom:

hpriamson:
Why do they have a giant steel bar locking the double doors behind them? I've seen it before, but it was particularly noticeable this time.

I've been wondering that since Feed Dump started, but I can never get anybody to respond to it. My guess is that's where they keep Andy.

The double-doors are a loading door (you can see it in exterior shots of the moonbase). I remember reading or hearing (in a podcast or something) why it's barred, but I can't for the life of me remember.

Salty watermelon? Eeeeeeeewww!

Also cows don't puke, they inflate and die (sounds silly, but looks horrible- only precise stabbing can save them)

P.S. How strong glasses Paul have? Because I can totally see wall behind him on the sides of his lenses. I have pretty strong glasses and even I don't have such effect.

Scrumpmonkey:

Also; an objective adorableness scale? Just don't try and measure Fluttershy on it. It would break.

It would not break the system, scientists simply would add another level (if scale is 1-10, then Fluttershy would be 11). We already have precedent- Moh's scale and nanodiamonds.

LostintheWick:

Azuaron:

LostintheWick:

YES! I can't believe people don't know about this. It's like ketchup and fries.
I don't live in the south, but my grandpa showed me this when I was five. Been doing it ever since.

Salt and watermelon, ketchup and fries... sounds like two ways to ruin otherwise delicious food.

Haha! Personally, I hate it when fries get into my bowl of ketchup. Fries ruin everything. Even mayo.

I definitely meant ketchup ruins fries... I feel like a partnership could be made here. I'll give you my ketchup, you give me your fries.

purifico:

LostintheWick:

bdcjacko:
Salt on watermelon makes them taste better. Did I mention I live in the south?

YES! I can't believe people don't know about this. It's like ketchup and fries.
I don't live in the south, but my grandpa showed me this when I was five. Been doing it ever since.

I'm not a fan of watermelons, but I want to try this. So, how do you do it? A pinch of salt just on the place you're going to bite?

You got it! It's pretty much a "salt to taste" type situation.

Sadly Pepsi Salty Watermelon won't be available for purchase until July 24th. I'll report back to you guys then :)

IN Taiwan, people eat fruits with little bit of salt, only tiny bit, it actually makes the sweet less fruit sweeter... don't ask, try it with a tomato, or starfruit, just tiny bit, it actually make tomato/starfruit sweeter... now watermelon... IS a sweet fruit to begin with... I have NO IDEA why salt there, unless it's using the bad watermelons, which are tasteless or bitter... eww...

Don Reba:
As I understand, watermelon pickling is a fairly common thing. This could be what they refer to.

LostintheWick:
Haha! Personally, I hate it when fries get into my bowl of ketchup. Fries ruin everything. Even mayo.

Why would you have a bowl of ketchup? Do you eat it with a spoon?

Salt has nothing to do with pickling. You pickle things in vinegar.

RvLeshrac:

Don Reba:
As I understand, watermelon pickling is a fairly common thing. This could be what they refer to.

LostintheWick:
Haha! Personally, I hate it when fries get into my bowl of ketchup. Fries ruin everything. Even mayo.

Why would you have a bowl of ketchup? Do you eat it with a spoon?

Salt has nothing to do with pickling. You pickle things in vinegar.

Ah, of course. Thanks.

Fun Language Trivia Time

Did you know that Russian uses the same word for "salted" and "pickled"?

Modern cows don't have a natural environment.
Directed evolution has made captivity their 'natural' environment.
Releasing them into the wild would likely either destroy the local eco system or just kill them.

Just had salted watermelon the other week at a friends house in Taiwan. Really

I'm kinda wanting to send LRR a cool hat...if I had a cool hat that is

lol ew Pepsi. actually it's funny cuz I was at the Coke factory and they had different flavors in other countries...and most of them were pretty nasty IMO :/

itsausernamewhatofit:
Salty Melon still has nothing on Tentacle Grape soda. Seriously it's a real thing.
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... Japan, why do you make it so hard for us to take you seriously?

Anyway, poor James, he always gets the crappy roles. I'd give him a hug, but... he's not cuddly enough.

... I am now immensely curious as to how the rest of the LRR crew rates on the cuddly scale. I must know how cuddly Kathleen is!

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