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Old 16th July 2011, 03:41 AM   #491
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I'd like to try it, even though I've heard it described as eating vanilla custard while sitting in a septic tank.
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with chili paste on the side)
Looks like clotted goats blood from here.
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He also appears to be quite a bit shorter than you.
I was noticing that myself until I saw the bottom angle on the cupboards. I wonder if she was standing on something? I have a habit of putting my women on a pedestal.
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36 Down.
Which becomes 36 up if I'm a good boy.
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appears to be quite a bit shorter
Must be the weight of his thong pulling him down.
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He also appears to be quite a bit shorter than you.

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Ah, Mr Walton is bound to become a stuffed paratha (roti ) victim too.
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korean paratha (pa-jun) is a staple diet for many alcoholics here, which is the half of the nation....
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Not a very nice thing to post, in particular as it's not true.
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Ah, Mr Walton is bound to become a stuffed paratha (roti ) victim too.
I bike about 7 to 12 miles every morning -- all the Indian grandparents who live with their managing director or cardiologist sons are out walking between 6:30 and 8:00 a.m. so it put me in the spirit to stock up. We had sambar and paratha for dinner last evening.
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