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  1. #1

    Just bought a Magic Bullet

    Well happy with myself

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    1. magic bullet
    A term used to describe a universal solution a person uses for any problem they encounter. Usually used when a person can't construct a good debate as a last resort.

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    or the Magic Bullet blender/juice extractor thing!!!

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    This juicer is so versatile it's the answer to all of life's problems!

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    I love my Magic Bullet. Favorite thing to make is chicken/broccoli soup.

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    Ive not heard of it over here... might have to go see what it's all about
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    I thought this was going to be about an amazing assassination, but congrats on the blender none the less
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    I can't wait

    I've watched Sky's advertisement of it, and i just got drawn in!

    But didn't pay the £89.99 they wanted on some random TelSell program.

    No, i shopped around and got it for £26!



    I can't wait.

    Soup is a must. I love fresh soup.

    And smoothies

    And salsa

    And guacamole

    And chicken salad


    The possibilites are mind boggling!!!

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    Originally posted by justadollarhostin
    I thought this was going to be about an amazing assassination, but congrats on the blender none the less
    Oh, but it's sooo much more than a blender.

    "With the Magic Bullet you can peel, chop, mix, blend, whip, grind, grate and more - all in just seconds!!!"

    http://www.thane.ca/products/housewa...gicbullet2.php

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    Um... right.... soup is good

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    But Vito, how do you expect me to buy it for a one time payment of $119.00

    Can we work out a payment plan?

    10 easy payments of $19.99 or something?
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    Originally posted by drucey
    Soup is a must. I love fresh soup.
    Chicken breast, a few florettes of broccoli, onion, chicken stock, garlic, and a splash of cream.

    The best soup you'll ever have.

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    Originally posted by justadollarhostin
    Can we work out a payment plan?

    10 easy payments of $19.99 or something?
    Heh, you don't want to know my interest rates on a loan.

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    Originally posted by vito
    Chicken breast, a few florettes of broccoli, onion, chicken stock, garlic, and a splash of cream.

    The best soup you'll ever have.

    Vito
    i'm so excited!!

    So do you have to cook the chicken breast, broccoli etc first? then magic bullet© it?

    i've noticed with some dishes, you Magic Bullet© it all first, then cook?

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    lol if your like the other 20 million people that buy blenders (my wife included), it gets used once you get fed up with taking it apart and washing it putting it back together, then put it away never to see the light of day again .....

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    ha! you've never seen the Magic Bullet©! And how easy it is to wash and clean.

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    Put the following into the large cup - some chopped up cooked chicken breast, raw onion, raw broccoli, garlic, 1 cup of chicken stock.

    Screw on perforated cover.

    Microwave for 1.5 minutes.

    Add a spalsh of 10% cream.

    Screw on blade and MB it for about 5 seconds or until well blended.

    Pour out into a soup bowl.

    Enjoy delicious soup.

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    ha! you've never seen the Magic Bullet©! And how easy it is to wash and clean.
    Yeah, quite honestly, it's the best appliance/gadget I've ever ever owned. Easy to use, easy to clean, versatile, just amazing.

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    Originally posted by phill2003
    it gets used once you get fed up with taking it apart and washing it putting it back together, then put it away never to see the light of day again .....
    Ah, but you're wrong. The MB is different. I use it almost every day. And multiple times a day. It just does everything. And cleaning? What cleaning? A glass cup and a screw-on blade. That's it. Heck, sometimes, when I make a soup, I just eat it right out of the cup. Clean up hassles? Not with MB.

    And it's so quick to make things. For instance, you just finished supper and your daughter says she has a craving for dessert. Pour 1/2 cup of 10% cream into the cup. Squeeze in a shot of chocolate syrup. Screw on the blade and MB it for 10 seconds. Instant delicious chocolate mousse.

    Or throw a few frozen berries into a cup. Pour in a splash of orange juice. MB it for a few seconds. Instant delicious sorbet.

    Just doesn't get any better than that.

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    Vito, we should be MB sellers

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    That's the one!

    buy it!

    it'll change your life (for the better) forever!

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    Wal-Mart has it online, just a few cents cheaper, but the shipping is about half. You wil have to pay sales tax on it though.

    http://www.walmart.com/catalog/produ...48562639237481

    They stock it locally, so if you have a Wal-mart nearby, you can save shipping.

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    Originally posted by vito
    Yeah, quite honestly, it's the best appliance/gadget I've ever ever owned. Easy to use, easy to clean, versatile, just amazing.

    Vito
    Hi Vito,

    I got a question for you. Where did you buy yours? I am not far from were you live and can only find it at Canadian Tire. Just wondered if there are any better places to get them from.

    Thanks
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    Originally posted by Xoopiter-Jeff
    Hi Vito,

    I got a question for you. Where did you buy yours? I am not far from were you live and can only find it at Canadian Tire. Just wondered if there are any better places to get them from.

    Thanks
    Jeff
    Actually, I bought it online www.thane.ca . I've had it for about a year and back then it was only available online. But I'm sure you can find it at ground level.

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    Vito you should be a spokesman for them. I bought one of these probably 6 months ago and haven't used it since I literally cook almost nothing.

    Now you have me thinking about digging it out sometime next week and playing around with it.
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    Originally posted by HRTimothy
    Vito you should be a spokesman for them. I bought one of these probably 6 months ago and haven't used it since I literally cook almost nothing.

    Now you have me thinking about digging it out sometime next week and playing around with it.
    Hehe, maybe I should call them up and ask for a job.

    Good to hear you're going to dig it out and give it a whirl. I guarantee that once you start using it, you'll have it as a permanent fixture on your kitchen counter.

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    Originally posted by vito
    Put the following into the large cup - some chopped up cooked chicken breast, raw onion, raw broccoli, garlic, 1 cup of chicken stock.

    ..........

    And it's so quick to make things. For instance, you just finished supper and your daughter says she has a craving for dessert. Pour 1/2 cup of 10% cream into the cup. Squeeze in a shot of chocolate syrup. Screw on the blade and MB it for 10 seconds. Instant delicious chocolate mousse.

    Or throw a few frozen berries into a cup. Pour in a splash of orange juice. MB it for a few seconds. Instant delicious sorbet.
    Hmm... I always liked the infocommericals. I watched it a couple times just b/c it looked so cool
    Never got around to buying one; will have to reconsider.

    I'll check out WallyWorld see if they have it there; no shipping or waiting.
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    Those late night infomercials are dangerous. That is how we ended up with:

    The rotato (used to peel potatoes)
    Eurosealer
    Grip N Flip
    Kitchen Wizard
    Smart Spin

    and last and certainly least

    Perfect Pancake.

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