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Old 19th September 2012, 09:18 PM   #8441
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Booby and kitty cover too small. Not a good Christmas present, nothing left to unwrap.
I agree with you Cal - I will attempt to train her in the more subtle ways of dress and manner.... Shouldn't take more than a year or two. Of course if SWMBO catches me at it - well - it's been nice knowing you....
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No kidding. Sunday 'I am riding in car listening to NPR radio, and there is a talk show on and they are discussing unusual foods that Brits and Australians eat that we do not have here in US. First thing they talk about is this &^!@ called Marmite that the Brits eat. Sounds disgusting to me, but whatever. Some yeast based stuff that is supposed to be good for you. Before I realize it, they have moved on to talking about another product that Australians eat. The host says its terrible and disgusting. They call it vegemite I just about wrecked I was laughing so hard.
I've had them both, they're vile.
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Old 19th September 2012, 10:11 PM   #8443
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Definitley Coroissant with butter loads of it
actualy hard to realy picture out the ridicoulus ammount of butter

But there againg one would rather take a holliday and have those Rum baba - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Porridge no tankyou not
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Old 20th September 2012, 02:20 PM   #8444
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venerable 'rishtalian is on vacation , and everybody are with belly up

Well this one is back in Ecosse! France is over...in fact the only thing which was not good was my foot! And I still suffer....bl..dy gout.

And I brought back a few cases of decent Bordeaux and Burgandy to see me through the winter.....in continued pink elephant pain!

That dirty b...h which Thomas kindly [] introduced me to not only chews her own nails, but has severely shortened mine too! And THEN she started on .......oh well!. The second introduction [ to British Royalty!] keeps my hopes afloat and my thoughts a quiver.
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Old 20th September 2012, 02:27 PM   #8445
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Old 20th September 2012, 02:29 PM   #8446
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I inherited my genes from my family.....when I want them modified I will go to eat in Arkansas!!!!
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Old 20th September 2012, 03:02 PM   #8448
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I inherited my genes from my family.....when I want them modified I will go to eat in Arkansas!!!!
I'd recommend the pork barbecue.
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Admittedly that sounds good.

There has been a lot of comment on the John Curl thread on GM food - mostly giving a rather pessimistic view of the effects on the human life support system. I do not normally read about such matters but, given the choice I would avoid food which features GM modified products in its production chain. All that worries me is that in some areas such choice is being reduced so rapidly that a time is close to hand when choice will no longer be available. It strikes me that nowhere near enough independent research has been carried out prior to large scale introduction of such foodstuffs....and that includes animal foodstuffs!

Yet that pig BBQ sounds mouthwatering!
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a few cases of decent Bordeaux and Burgandy
Your halluces should not be allowed to leave Alba.

(Burgandy ? half whine, half spirit ?)
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