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AstroChuck's avatar

What's so special about mustard and ketchup?

Asked by AstroChuck (37560points) August 28th, 2008 from iPhone

Or, if you prefer, catsup.
Yeah, I know. I’m kinda ripping off from Ben.

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tinyfaery's avatar

And mayo for that matter. I rarely use catsup, and I detest mayo and mustard.

As condiments go, I prefer salsa, guacamole, and soy sauce. This probably says more about the kind of food I typically eat than about condiments in general.

scubydoo's avatar

dunno what makes it so special, but I really love me some ketchup :-) lol.. seriously i pretty much eat it on everything..

Bri_L's avatar

I douse things in mayo. Not good.

I usually use condiments to compensate for flavor or dryness.

ebenezer's avatar

good solid primary colors.

augustlan's avatar


AstroChuck's avatar

Only if it’s Best Foods.
(That’s Hellmann’s for all you eastcoasters.)

augustlan's avatar

Mmmm…Hellman’s, yes!

augustlan's avatar

None of that Kraft crap!

SuperMouse's avatar

Good mayo has it all over catsup/ketchup and mustard.

JackAdams's avatar

I wonder if anyone has ever asked about the difference (if any) between Ketchup and Catsup?

Maybe I should post that question here?

August 29, 2008, 7:36 AM EDT

Randy's avatar

Mayo is the most VIAL thing EVER made by man. I’d rather EAT my own arm than TOUCH anything that has mayo on it. I once puked for over an hour because a girl smeared mayo on my shoulder. She didn’t believe how much I hated the stuff. It was horrible. Just the thought of it makes me want to vomit right now….

flameboi's avatar

mix mustard and ketchup, put your hands on it and chase your friends all over the place :)

flameboi's avatar

@ Jack A.
Homer Simpson did (he got no answer)

tinyfaery's avatar

Yay Randy! The sound of people eating Mayo disgusts me. Ever seen Undercover Brother?

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