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CBSG.jpgYou too can be a cheap bastard—or at least, talk like her. With Dallas Observer's new Cheap Bastard Sentence Generator, you enter a food item, like or dislike it and boom, a handy algorithm spits out what you'd say about it ... if you were as brassy as the CB herself. For example, we got: "This arrowroot should be knighted, sainted and then boned." Oh, and "Holy farts-in-a-butt, this cotton candy was bluk." [City of Ate]