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Poll: Fluffernutter Sandwich?
  • 35.5% - HECK! YEAH! 431
  • 23.2% - NO! WAY! 282
  • 41.2% - What are you even talking about 500
1213 votes

Well, how do you fare compared to the Zeitgeist? Chat up your fellow wooters and let us know how lame this poll was or what obvious choices we missed. For example: Was this poll a) STUPID, b) DUMB, c) POINTLESS or d) ALL OF THE ABOVE?

btpaschke


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GRILLED fluffernutter with banana....

ugomona


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btpaschke wrote:GRILLED fluffernutter with banana....



Yum. Grilled, with Jif peanut butter chocolate. Oh my...so bad...yet so good.

powerelite


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The thought of adding marshmallow cream to anything (especially a peanut butter sandwich) is just sick and wrong.

MJR

nlwauson


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First fluffernutter sandwich I ever had was at my first Dragon Con in Atlanta years and years ago. The ultimate in sandwich for the geek on the go.

vlegran


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Put it under the broiler for just a minute til the marshmallow turns golden!

SpeedySloth


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I hate to admit I am betraying my own Mass. heritage, but I cannot stand the diabetic-coma inducing concoction called the "Fluffernutter." I sounds so innocuous and maybe even tasty, and the next thing you know, you're on the floor and some EMT is trying to find my veins. Everything was going gangbusters until I mentioned the sandwich. Then the medical people began to give me a shot or three of insulin. No harm done, but I'll pass on the Fluff (made in Massachusetts, so you know it's good), and save it for the undernourished string beans of kiddies.

ikelerda85


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How can anyone answer anything but "HECK YEA!!!"? I even made the Never fail fudge recipe on the back for Christmas!

TheDagda


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I thought a fluffer was some job position in the adult movie industry...why would I want a sandwich named after that?

I know you believe you understand what you think I said, but I am not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant.

Sheena3745


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I was about to ask what was in it when I read a few people mention peanut butter. Since I can't stand the stuff (horribly bitter to my buds), the rest of the ingredients are irrelevant.

pmb01


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It is now impossible to make a Fluffernutter. It is required that they be created with white Wonder bread that was made by the Hostess Baking Company which is no longer in business. Anything else is just a fluff and peanut butter sandwich. May they rest in peace.

lhbhatten


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Fluffernutter graham crackers are scrumptious.

bex8683


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I'm pregnant, and this made me crave a fluffernutter sandwich.
Good thing I have fluff left in the house from some Christmas recipes.

sylverfyre


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Fluffernutter with Nutella instead of peanut butter.

walkaj12


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btpaschke wrote:GRILLED fluffernutter with banana....



Thats a good hangover fix!

walkaj12


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If you don't know what this is......your childhood must have been horrible!

laeggerichs


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lhbhatten wrote:Fluffernutter graham crackers are scrumptious.



Agreed!

laeggerichs


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I'll take a PB and Banana sandwich made with real peanut butter (peanuts and salt only) and Dave's Killer Bread over a Fluffernutter any day. Fluffernutters are just too sweet.

rainbowsurfer


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Do you remember the song?

"It takes two hands to hold a fluffernuter;It takes two hands to hold a fluffernuter;It takes two hands to hold a fluffernuter;...

... and I can't remember the rest of the words...

Natalie
Arlington, VA

txpecmakr


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ugomona wrote:Yum. Grilled, with Jif peanut butter chocolate. Oh my...so bad...yet so good.



I live those unusual sandwiches and the article has renewed my love of them in the various forms. They were always good and everyone wanted To try on savoy or sweet they were all good n a d taste. Goog ones can't be mass
Produced and kids have to help. Experiment! That is the key.

reffu42


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sylverfyre wrote:Fluffernutter with Nutella instead of peanut butter.



This was always awesome as a kid. It's like a s'more in a sandwich. Too bad (or in terms of my health good I guess) that we rarely had Nutella around the house.

bblhed


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They still sell Fluff? I thought that stuff died in the 70's, I guess not or woot! is trying to trick me.

ckeilah


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Free falling fluffer
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RWoodward


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laeggerichs wrote:I'll take a PB and Banana sandwich made with real peanut butter (peanuts and salt only) and Dave's Killer Bread over a Fluffernutter any day. Fluffernutters are just too sweet.

Add bacon and grill it and you have an Elvis.

RWoodward


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powerelite wrote:The thought of adding marshmallow cream to anything (especially a peanut butter sandwich) is just sick and wrong.

The thought of marshmallow cream is just sick and wrong.

Brevity is the soul of good writing.