Amount of texts to »peanut-butter« 46, and there are 45 texts (97.83%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 137 Characters
Average Rating 3.000 points, 8 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 11th 2000, 14:04:18 wrote
anybody about peanut-butter
Latest text on Sep 3rd 2006, 02:53:01 wrote
scarlet about peanut-butter
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on Jun 11th 2001, 13:19:41 wrote
sissi about peanut-butter

on May 30th 2000, 11:27:01 wrote
pip about peanut-butter

on Jan 30th 2002, 19:08:43 wrote
Ian about peanut-butter

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sara the mac wrote on Apr 26th 2000, 08:30:38 about


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we ran out of birdseed so we put peanut-butter in the feeder and went inside to see what would happen. first the sparrows came and hopped forlornly about looking for seeds. then a bluejay swooped down, scattering the sparrows. it scooped up beaksfull of peanut butter, stopping after each each bite to strop its beak clean on the side of the feeder. finally a tufted titmouse arrived. it too liked the peanut butter. it was a much smaller bird than the jay, but it ate at least as much, and even after we got another sack of seed we kept putting out a dollop of peanut butter for »the peanut-butter birdas my son called it.

gladiola marie wrote on Apr 6th 2001, 01:33:02 about


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When I was in elementary school, my family was often eligible for the subsidized lunch program.

But all the other days of the year, my lunch was a peanut-butter and jelly sandwich. Grape jelly, of course. If there was a sale at the grocery store, Mom sometimes bought strawberry or peach jam. The taste wasn't very different, though.

So I tend to think of jelly and jam in terms of color – purple, red, or orange/yellow – instead of the actual fruit.

Mazzy wrote on Apr 12th 2000, 15:02:38 about


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The all consuming question with peanut-butter is undoubtedly: crunchy or smooth?

ScatterChild wrote on Apr 19th 2000, 01:31:44 about


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When I was a child I was known to chant peanut-butter in russian at random people who inevitably thought it was really cool.

ozgrrl wrote on Apr 11th 2000, 21:55:08 about


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There is no opposite to peanut-butter. Peanut-butter simply IS. And how delicious it is! Try it on bread with chilli sauce and maybe even some sultanas. Mmmm.

Peanut-butter is so versatile. Lovely in combination with sweet or savoury food.

Just don't give it to my son, who is destined never to sample the delights of peanut butter, except perhaps as the last thing he will ever do. Allergies are terrible things.

da wrote on Apr 11th 2000, 22:33:28 about


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I think that it should be stored upsidedown

scarlet wrote on Sep 3rd 2006, 02:53:01 about


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During college days I worked in a natural foods store. We had a machine that ground the peanuts unto warm creamy peanut-butter. I use it in place of other fats in gravy and in sauces. I love peanut butter and I love chocolate, but I don't like them mixed. Like in the »cup«.

Phoebe Katz wrote on Jan 25th 2001, 18:33:04 about


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Peanut butter creates a dilemma for some people: crunchy, or smooth? Whichever one you choose, it's sure to stick to the roof of your mouth.

Tomick II wrote on May 17th 2000, 09:22:00 about


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Secretly, everyone wants to dip a big hunk o' chocolate into a vat of peanut butter and chew like there's no tomorrow.

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