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Who puts mayonnaise on their Burgers...anyone? (1074 views, 110 replies)


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I think it's a crime to put mayo on a ground beef burger. I've sent hundreds of burgers back over it...AFTER I told them ..NO MAYO! I hate to think of what I got back...and ate. How about you? Lets take a poll...make a discussion. mayo...or no?

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Sometimes I put it on my cheeseburgers at home.

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@FemaleLotRfan83 Oh good, I'm not the only one.

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@delamitri Me three smiley

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@FemaleLotRfan83 Mayo and mustard, no ketchup and lots of onion and pickles.

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@Paladin* I'm not a fan of pickles but I do like the other toppings.

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Nope, not a fan of mayo. 🤮 My burgers get ketchup or ketchup and mustard or sometimes BBQ sauce or rarely A-1 steak sauce.

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Mayo on burgers is illegal. Likewise chocolate on chips.

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@Crutchbender How about mayo with chips?

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@PureVodka🍺 VINCENT: You know what they put on french Fries in Holland instead of ketchup?

JULES: What?

VINCENT: Mayonnaise.

JULES: Goddamn!

VINCENT: I seen 'em do it, man. They f**kin' drown 'em in this sh*t.

JULES: Uuccch!

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@Crutchbender A Royale with cheese. :)


... Class film. It's better now than it was then, too (in my opinion).

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If made up at home, i would put mayo on a burger.

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I put it on burgers AND chips...the chips think was sort of an experiment. Once. I was feeling very BeNeLux that day... smiley It wasn't truly horrible.

The truly weird thing is that poutine disgusts me. Chacun a son gout, I guess...

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@steeleyedlily To each their own.

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@FemaleLotRfan83 Exactement!

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I don’t eat mayo or ketchup or mustard ,I dislike it very much lol ,not just on burgers,maybe I’m just weird idk..

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@Stonersabbath That narrows down the condiments!

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@Stonersabbath you're a purist. You want to taste the food for what it is without any other 'flavours' interfering.

Very Zen...

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@steeleyedlily Ohh thank you ver much,you are very kind.

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@Stonersabbath It's true. And you're not weird for not liking condiments. Or for anything else!

If food is cooked properly it really shouldn't require anything extra.

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Yuck. I can't eat mayo. I know some people who just love it and will eat it french fries.

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It's an acquired taste to be sure... smiley

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Try it with a (little) mayo on one half of the bun. and mustard on the other, no ketchup...you'll switch.

Ketchup only on the fries!

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@Paladin* No Mayo! LOL!

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@bondojoe When it mixes with the mustard it is serendipity!
Also try using mayo on the outside of a grilled cheese instead of butter - you won't go back!

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@Paladin* OK...I'll try it...but I bet i get emotionally traumatized!

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Dirty Harry hates ketchup

youtu.be/F5JIpT4GkyM

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@Paladin* On HOT DOGS!

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@bondojoe LOL I know and this was after they found the guy Sondra Locke shot in the crotch!
But I agree - I can suffer ketchup on a burger but never on a hot dog!

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@bondojoe Worth a shot...hee hee!

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When I was a porn star, a man has got only so much in the tank, so after so many scenes the special effects department would help out with some mayonnaise.

The girls on the set got to like it and even preferred mayo to the real thing.

Then during our breaks any that was left over from the shoot they would smear on their burgers and this is how the mayo on burger craze actually started.

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@Crutchbender No wonder mayo makes me want to hurl.

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@Ravenousbird I so agree, just makes stuff gooey.....

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@Crutchbender I can't believe that they preferred mayo over the real thing!

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@Crutchbender BWAHAAHAA! Side-splitting hilarity!
You, sir, live a very interesting life!
I was thinking maybe that's why mayo disgusts so many people. It looks like...um...you know.

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@Crutchbender Looks like the maxim about one born every mminute really is true, not that I doubted it.

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no way I hate mayo not a fan of the stuff smiley but saying that I do like tuna and onion mayonnaise and I do like egg mayonnaise on roll and sometime I like garlic mayonnaise sauce on my donor kebab with onions & cabbage stuff yumm! smiley
I love to mix tomato & bbq sauce it’s nice on a Big Mac I just love McDonald’s fries and tomato & bbq sauce yumm! smiley🍔🍟🥤💕
Not a fan of Burger King or KFC’s fries I have to say! smiley👎🏻🍟

It make me smiley but most of my family like tomato sauce & mayonnaise mixed they like to dip there chips into it! smiley👎🏻

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Everything goes on my burger (including french fries)... but no spicy sh*t.... and every time I take that first bite, it's like...




(reading this thread has put me in the mood for a big juicy burger and some Pulp Fiction.... mm-hm!....)

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@maeGastar haha me too! smiley smiley

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@maeGastar I'd rather have a GOOD burger off of the grill, than filet de bœuf or any other grilled meat.

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@bondojoe I like a good burger but a good steak or some ribs are hard to beat.

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@Paladin* I like those too...but I'll take a grilled burger, juices still flowing, over anything. Get it hot on both sides..I'll eat it. With no condiments.

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@bondojoe Me too, any day.. and good burgers I can eat plain, maybe some onions.. lol, I'm getting so hungry! it's not even lunch yet here and I'm planning dinner.

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Mayo no mustard all the way with jalapenos and bacon.

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The trick with condiments like ketchup, mustard and mayo, etc, is that they should not be put on the food but placed on the dish by the food.

So you've got say your potatoes and your carrots and peas and your turkey and then next to these on the same plate is your cranberry sauce.

Same goes with breakfast: there's your bacon and eggs and next to these is your ketchup. This is the proper way to consume food with condiments.

The one exception is hot dogs, which should have ketchup running all the way one side of the roll and mustard running all the way up the other side of the roll.

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Me. And every single person I know, and some I only sort of know. I did a very extensive poll when I was married after I saw Bruce Willis’ character in The Whole Nine Yards complain about proper burger condiments. I had only ever heard that from my then husband. So I polled over 200 co-workers via email who were not vegetarians. Everyone who replied agreed mayo is for hamburgers, and especially cheeseburgers (hamburger sauce was the only other choice brought up, and it’s like mayo and 1000 Islands Dressing, sort of). And most even specified Miracle Whip, not just bland mayonnaise.So, except for my ex husband and an ex doucheman, who are both NJ natives, everyone puts it on their burgers. Mustard is for corned beef and bologna and hot dogs. Mayo is for beef, chicken, turkey, tuna. My ex husband had to learn that if he wants to have what he likes to eat, and if it is weird, he can make it himself or he can have it made for him, and eat it the right way. 🇨🇦

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@ditzygypsy EWWWWWWW! LOL!

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@ditzygypsy Miracle whip smells and tastes like something ruined! It doesn't taste like mayo...because it's NOT!! HA! www.huffingtonpost.com/zagat/bur... 66% said it’s their favorite condiment - tomato fans, freak out!

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@bondojoe What is it made of, exactly?
Sounds too much like Cool Whip! *shudders*

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@steeleyedlily I don't know what it's made of. I've never bought any. Some of my mom's relatives use it...I tasted it once, and almost regurgitated. LOL! You would REALLY shudder, if you tasted Miracle whip. It's well named. It's a miracle anyone eats it.

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@bondojoe It's kinda got that 1950's June Cleaver ring to it. I'm assuming it's a petroleum product like Cool Whip (yeah, I know...two different things).

There's a thought...Cool Whip on burgers! *shudder and hurl* smiley

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Heh it's a miracle it hasn't been recalled. Apologies to the folks I've possibly offended. smiley

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@steeleyedlily Nah...no one REALLY eats Miracle whip! LOL!

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Do they snort it somehow? smiley smiley

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@steeleyedlily I think it may be injected!

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@bondojoe Yeah. Snorting would be too messy! Unless they could somehow 'Walter White' it...still too much work.

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Mayonnaise with burgers! I want the cheeseburger sliders.

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My burgers always the same, Only thing I vary is the type of burger I'm having. Deluxe(favorite) Mayo, lettuce tomato and red onion. Or ketchup mustard(yellow) pickles and onions. Then I have my beloved mushroom, bacon, Swiss attacks, with mayo and lettuce tomato and onion. Corn dogs ONLY get yellow mustard. All other sandwiches brown mustard.
www.fifteenspatulas.com/homemade...

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@fortunate1 I'm with you. maybe mustard also on he first one. smiley

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You can make your own mayo from scratch. You probably should as it's two ingredients. 3-4 to make salad dressing. Otherwise this a bunch of chemicals if purchased. That is true for ketchup and mustard as well.

People eat a lot of pure garbage. Bread from the store is horrid. It actually contains amino acids derived from animal hair and or feathers so it stays "fresh" meaning strangely soft and nothing like homemade bread.

This is why bread goes stale but bagged chemical ersatz bread doesn't for over a week.

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@AnhedoniaNightmare They usually get the acids from cadaver hair. L-cysteine..LOL!

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@bondojoe George Carlin back in the seventies mocked a cookie brand that had over 30+ varieties. He said, "I don't want to be part of your experiment!"

Yet today, food in the grocery store is exactly this way. For example they ruined ice cream with some creamy goop made from algae.

I say make it yourself which is less expensive and tastes way better.

And I like seaweed salad...but not in my ice cream!

Take some ground chuck as you need fat in a burger. Add a dash of worstershire and minced garlic. Let that sit. Then make a wood fire and make coals and never use charcoal lighter. If clumsy, use a burget basket. You flip it once. If you like grill marks, you gingerly flip it twice for aesthetic.

Delicious. You need the woodsmoke flavor preferable hardwood like oak but can use hickory or even mesquite.

If you want to get fancy, you add a dry rub to ground chuck you made yourself to control the fat content. Then sear the burger on firebricks on a wood fire that sears in the flavor and juices.
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@AnhedoniaNightmare I've been cheating! I finally broke down and bought liquid smoke.. You must use sparingly!! smiley i learned the hard way haha!!
It's good for greens, beans etc.. I love it smiley

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Mayo spread thin on a hamburger is pretty good... I prefer to have it at home cause I am picky (must keep Mayo in the fridge)... Add Catsup (Ketchup), Onion, Dill Pickles, Mustard and a dash of salt and pepper.

I don't trust fast food places to keep the Mayo cold, so I don't order it with Mayo when eating out.

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Good mayo will have an egg in it. That means it's frequently a cause of food poisoning if left out at a dinner. If you go to enough gatherings where food is left out like a wedding, pot luck, church dinner, then you will end up sick because people have little experience and the host is harried and distracted and doesn't think.

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For a burger, it's gotta be mayo, red onions (preferably grilled), spinach instead of lettuce, cilantro if there's some handy, dill pickles and cheese, which of course makes it a cheeseburger. When makin 'em at home it's also gonna have a layer of fresh sliced jalapenos but NEVER the canned/pickled ones! If I get mustard on it, I'm sending it back, yuk.

For those talkin about Miracle Whip, it's what we always had in the fridge when I was growin up, but once I tasted mayonnaise I never used MW again! My Mom said when she and her sister were kids they'd eat Miracle Whip with a spoon right outta the jar, which is unimaginable!!

If I'm havin a ham sammich or a corny dog I'll usually go w/mustard though some type of seasoned mustard is the go-to on such occasions.

I bet there'll be a few raised brows on this one but I prefer mayo on my hot dogs too smiley

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@mrkim56 Mustard/mayo mix on a ham sandwich, yum,yum. smiley

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@PureVodka🍺 I can live with that. Just not on ground beef.

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@PureVodka🍺 Yepper, not a bad mix there and if it's on some rich black pumpernickel bread ... oh baby, oh baby!!!!

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@mrkim56 Ewww!

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@bondojoe It's all good man, just answerin your query. Hey, I'm even down w/mustard on tater tots but not on fries. I know, I know, both are fried taters but they seem to hit the palate differently, so ...
If we all ate, drank and liked the same things just think what a boring world it would be.

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@mrkim56 You're right!

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No to mayo! 🤢 But I haven't eaten a burger since last year, and can't remember the last time I ate fries.

Most restaurants that sell burgers in the UK will, more often that not, add mayo unless you ask them not to. If my food arrived with mayo I had to send it back. I would have been happier eating something smeared in Ebola lol

Also... "Good mayo will have an egg in it" If it doesn't contain eggs, it is NOT mayonnaise.

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I do.
But I'm Dutch, we put mayo on everything smiley

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Absolutely mayo FTW on anything and everything it suits. I like to also mix in some hot sauce with mayo ... gosh there's too much to share for the use of mayo. mmmm

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@Sɪᴏʙʜáɴ LOL! I can't bear the thought of it, but I'll give you a thumbs up!!

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@bondojoe smiley Good thing I did not go into details about my love and use of mayo then , eh LOL +1 backatcha!

BTW keep up the awesome threads. I am not here often but when I am, I see your posts and before I can reply, they are already "closed" smiley

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@Sɪᴏʙʜáɴ I offend some people!

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@bondojoe I notice that you get the Forum poppin' and members interacting with your threads no matter the topic. That's not easy to do and IMHO is great for the site.

There are some people who are ALWAYS offended and need a break!

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@Sɪᴏʙʜáɴ Thanks! Just sitting on my hands isn't my style. Who likes boring people? LOL! Push a button....CLICK!

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Mayo & relish with a slice of cheese and lettuce. That's how I make them at home. Sometimes, I like them with just mustard and relish.

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Mayo. Not and i repeat not miracle whip!! smiley yellow mustard,sometimes a-1 and a must slice/slices of advacado.. Yummy smiley smiley

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@CollideDuhScope What IS Miracle Whip...anyway? It's a miracle that they SELL any of it!

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@bondojoe Miracle Whip and generic brands are basically Mayo with less oil (mayo must contain 65% veg oil to be called mayo MW and knock-off contain less and are called whipped dressing), more vinegar and the addition of sugar and spice.
BTW MW is always in the top 10-20 condiments sold each year (that doesn't include store brands). I keep both mayo and MW on hand and use depending on my mood and I need both to make homemade BigMac sauce.

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Mustard yes Mayo hell no!!!!
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@Teeny💋 All right!!! That's more like it!

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Mayo is a county in Ireland.

I'd never do that.

It'd be messy.

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I put Mayo in my hair once and God was it awful! I smelled it for a week after
Teeny💋

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@Teeny💋 smiley smiley smiley

I need better emojis.

The first thing that comes to mind is ... why? Were you having a bad hair day or something - that converted into a bad hair week?

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@box LMAO... No it wasn't a bad hair day. Back in the 80's magazines suggested putting Mayo in your hair to help defrizz your hair. Similar to a hot oil treatment. Curly hair and high humidity don't go together, I was willing to try anything at that time. 💋💋

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@Teeny💋 Well that explains the why ... and how do you manage to defrizz nowadays?

Is there such a thing as a defrizzbulator?

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@box Actually there is...lol💋

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@Teeny💋 You jest, O teeny one but after exhaustive research we have discovered a world unknown to the average male.

And for any who may be suffering the slings and arrows of the FRIZZ, here is what the creme de la creme suggest ...

www.cosmopolitan.com/style-beaut...

And while you are there, you may want [SPOILER] for the weekend.

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@box Thank you as always but I didn't see the[SPOILER]II guess I will have to relook at page...I wouldn't want to miss that! 💋💋

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@box "I need better emojis."
smiley dying to see what those might even BE!

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@(⌐■_■) I was thinking of a "shock/horror/disbelief" one but I have no idea how that would look.

A Steinfield double take?

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@box Double-spit-take would be even better!!
Oooh and a cartoon gloved face-slap!!

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@Teeny💋 It's kind of like Skunk!

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@Teeny💋 I remember the mayo in the hair thing, too. There was a time my friends and I would sit around with egg on our hair wrapped in cellophane, with mashed avocados on our faces, lol. And using lemon juice to lighten our hair in the sun. Kids today, eh, they know nothing of our struggles!

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@DemandingFemale One of my ex-wives used to spray something called Sun In onto her wet hair and then used a blow dryer. There was substantial lightening but it made her hair look flat and greasy.

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@dramucom Sun In was around at the time, but a friends family had a fruit and veg stall in the market. So, free lemons for lighter hair, beetroots to turn it pink, and avocados and cucumbers for our faces.

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@DemandingFemale That is for damn sure! I've used beer as well back in the day. But I wouldn't recommend the Mayo hair treatment 💋💋

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@Teeny💋 I cringe and gag if I get mayo on my finger... I don't think I could cope with smearing it on my head. lol. 🤮

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@DemandingFemale I would NEVER do it again! That was the worst thing ever, I have if I smelled it today bc of that...lol💋

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i put mayo where it belongs in the trash LOL seriously though i hate mayo! i can't even get it on me if i do i just cringe like crazy.

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@ChibiFan7 I understand!

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Mayo on burgers or fries or whatever is like pizza. To each his own and whatever turns your crank. Me, I will try anything at least once just so I know what it tastes like and if I want to put ham on a pizza so be it. BTW an ice cream pizza is messy but GOOD! BTW you put the ice cream on just before serving.

I know the propensity of ham and pineapple pizza to revile some and be catnip to others but also where I live the pizza pzrlors would go out of business without it.

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Disgusting for all the above reasons... And more.

I was trained in cooking school, chef trained and only FRESH mayonnaise is any good (the rest is just rubbish).

....hair food, face mask, anti fart medication, whatever. "Mayo" in jars is barf-ola to me given what I know about bacteria...


Otherwise, it's NOT mayonnaise. It's eggs, oil, lemon juice and about 20 preservatives to keep you from retching for a few hours. smiley

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