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31 Grilled Cheeses That Are Better Than A Boyfriend

31 Grilled Cheeses That Are Better Than A Boyfriend
1. Jalapeño Popper Grilled Cheese You can have this sandwich AND still be available for Ryan Gosling. Recipe here. 2. Bratwurst, Sauerkraut, and Muenster Grilled Cheese on a Soft Pretzel Sausage, cabbage, and muenster all tied up in knots, just like your heart. 3. This sandwich will always let you have control of the Netflix. 4. Roses are red, this amazing sandwich masterpiece is blue. 5. Ricotta, tomato, and basil will never sign up for an OkCupid account “just to take the quizzes.” 6. Caramelized onions are way tastier than a box of Whitman’s caramels from Rite Aid. 7. You won’t miss the meat — or the significant other. 8. Who has time for dating when there’s BACON, CHEDDAR, AND BBQ SAUCE??? 9. Sriracha comes before sex. 10. You’d better believe this sandwich is tall, dark, and handsome. 11. When I say seductively, “I’ll have YOU for dessert!” 12. Rich, spicy, and it’ll never watch the next episode of Scandal without you. 13. 14. WHO CAN THINK ABOUT LOVE AT A TIME LIKE THIS??? 15. 16.

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