"Rock" resembles perfectly-made little sandwich


#1

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#2

Oh Internet, when there are 2 alternatives always choose the most far fetched one.


#3

I’ve had those. They’re not bad with BBQ sauce or mango chutney.


#4

Pepperidge Farm? Looks similar to a Milano.


#5

What are the implications of this?
New type of ceramic rock?
I bet aliens did this


#6

15 hours and no Rock Biter gif yet? Fo’ shame!

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#7

I seem to recall finding a bunch of these when I was a kid, it wasn’t really tile in the traditional sense (i.e. not for bathrooms), but I think it had some industrial use.


#8

Well, or a sandwich.


#9

Can you smell what Dwayne Johnson made for lunch?


#10

“Sandwich”?

What, you mean you’ve never seen fossil.ravioli before?


#11

Ravioli isn’t supposed to be harder than the Parmesan. Must be an old recipe.


#12

Ah, my bad.

I should’ve said “fossilized ravioli”, i.e. “ancient ravioli that has been fossilized”; not “fossil ravioli”, i.e., “delicate pasta pillows stuffed with the finest gourmet fossils.”

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#13

Ah, pedantry missed yet corrected nonetheless. Bravo.

You cook your pasta however you like, but “al dente” only goes so far… :smiley:


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