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Do you like your buns toasted?

Is mayonnaise an option? Or miracle whip?

BucketlistBob 8 Apr 9

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Not answering as I'm worried this question may have a double entendre meaning based on US slang, and whichever way I answer will be embarrassing. 🙂

Jnei Level 8 Apr 9, 2018

I just want a sandwich lol

Bob is a nice guy. NOt a trickster

Go for it ...


I like hers lightly browned with coconut oil.


I like my buns toasted, patted, and spanked. Haven't tried mayonnaise or Miracle Whip, but hey, why not.


Hot crossed are better, buttered


My dad had a 64 Ford Falcon with dark red vynal seats. Getting in the car in the summer made me realise that I do not like my buns toasted. I never tried it but I don't think even mayo would have helped.


For pulled pork BBQ usually yes. for hot roast beef even more so. For pastrami or a Reuben almost always. For meat ball sub yes.

Hot ham and cheese no. Hamburger generally no.

I can be weirdly specific. No hatin' lol.

Looking more closely at that, I guess it has to do with saucy sandwiches not becoming a drippy sloppy mess too fast.


Wouldn't you like to know ?


I am much, too fair skinned to expose my buns to any degree of toasting.


If I am really cold, I love toasting my buns on a warm seat. Jumping into a car that has been sitting in the summer sun, I am less enthusiastic about toasting my buns.

Here in the south land it is fabric for sure. Not that it has been an issue here but vinyl on a sub-zero morning is no fun either.



Care to elucidate?

@CallMeDave Thursday


Toasted over a campfire, mayo


Yes, but only in winter and the seats can't be set too high.

Gohan Level 7 Apr 9, 2018

Is that a rhetorical question?

Awww brother... use your imagination.

@BucketlistBob LOL! I would if I had one.


Yes, when my buns get cold setting in my office I go into the living room and back up to the wood stove. Feels good.


A campfire on a cold night is good. Warmed buns is good.

Toasted might be a bit much.


Well, it IS cold in Wisconsin. We need to toast our buns once in a while. Mayo over Miracle Whip.


Absolutely toasted buns. No miracle whip only avocado mayo...the best...and a dab of ketchup

I do a pretty good glaze

People "dab" ketchup now?

Only the best ones!


This reminds me of something. A long time ago in a galaxy far away I had a live-in girlfriend. My friends know my opinion of drugs is very unfavorable. I would tell them my girlfriend was calling so I would come home and smoke some crack. One time the bartender overheard this and next time I was at the bar the bartender had pulled me aside and was asking if I needed help with my drug problem. A little confused I said drug problem? She had overheard me talking about smoking crack. When I told her what crack I was smoking this made her turn 3 shades of red with embarrassment.

Yeah buddy...


Sometimes, butter only, please.


Never. I prefer fresh, soft buns for any sub or sandwich. Yes, to mayo, but go easy on it. Additionally, mild cheese never sharp.

JimG Level 8 Apr 9, 2018

I prefer miracle whip over mayo, but either is fine. I do prefer toasty buns


Bob, you're so awesome! Thanks for the laugh.

Oh, and Miracle Whip is the debble, and I prefer my buns left alone.

Awww.... smiles


I do, and I prefer mayonnaise.


Not miracle whip, though I grew up eating tons of it. For me it is mayo and preferably made fresh. It depends on what is going on the buns.


Any burger joint worth their weight will toast the burger bun. A pox on any burger joint that doesn't toast their buns.

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