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Thread: Random Thoughts: Porcelain Throne Philosophy edition This thread is 13 pages long: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 · «PREV / NEXT»
Elvin
Elvin


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Tastes like chicken
posted September 22, 2017 05:46 AM

I think they will be keeping him for a while this time

For the good of mankind of course.
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Kipshasz
Kipshasz


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posted September 22, 2017 07:51 AM

Nah, Fredmuffin is still posting in the WOG board.
He doesn't post in other boards because he thinks that Cor bullies him.
That's what I've got from the latest of Fredmuffin Soap Opera.
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Drakon-Deus
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posted September 22, 2017 08:02 AM
Edited by Drakon-Deus at 08:17, 22 Sep 2017.



So, NoobX, have you started studying philosophy yet

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Elvin
Elvin


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Tastes like chicken
posted September 22, 2017 08:49 AM

Kipshasz said:
Nah, Fredmuffin is still posting in the WOG board.

That's positive.

Meanwhile I've been feeling a bodily decline. Certainly there was no way I'd keep exercising in the heat of summer and getting injured in both my shoulder and foot has limited my mobility for some time but I've started feeling a difference and I don't like it one bit. But winter is coming and I'll have all the time in the world to make amends. I hate this transition period, I have trouble focusing on any one thing.
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Stevie
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posted September 22, 2017 02:13 PM

LucPatenaude said:
Meanwhile...On Earth...The Luc realized...


Please complete this sentence.
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AlHazin
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posted September 22, 2017 02:30 PM

LucPatenaude said:
Meanwhile, once on Earth where The Luc realized this world was an illusion, no coconuts were given that day.


Sentence completed.
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Ghost
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Therefore I am
posted September 22, 2017 02:33 PM

Stevie said:
LucPatenaude said:
Meanwhile...On Earth...The Luc realized...


Please complete this sentence.


He's more brainy than you, if you don't understand him! You can't get a dialogue, except guy helps you in VW!

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Kipshasz
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posted September 24, 2017 09:05 PM

So, I had some falafels made in the culinary section of my local supermarket.

Are they always so bland and disgusting, or are some dumbbleeps not getting it quite right?


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Neraus
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posted September 24, 2017 11:36 PM

I once ate some in London, because we kinda needed to eat something lighter and went to some kind of vegan shop, I only realized it too late that I was going against my nature.

But anyway, I had some falafels and a salad, not the greatest experience.
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Ghost
Ghost


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Therefore I am
posted September 25, 2017 02:04 AM

I had eaten in Amsterdam in 1997 year. After this I have never eaten, it tasted bad and strong spice. Our kebab sells also falafel

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Blizzardboy
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posted September 25, 2017 04:58 AM
Edited by Blizzardboy at 05:28, 25 Sep 2017.

I think falafels are pretty good. Not my idea of a main course or anything. Falafels are deep fried and I don't imagine sitting on a tray at a supermarket for X number of hours would do it any favors.

On a similar note I made homemade hummus for the first time just the other day. I did end up turning it into my supper, lol.

Tonight it's a new lasagna recipe. Will consume in mass quantities.

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Kipshasz
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posted September 25, 2017 08:43 AM

but you know other deep fried foods, even after being left alone on a store counter are at least edible. despite being soft and almost soggy, but you can still eat them.

Take chebureki for instance. eat it out of the pan, or left overnight in a fridge, crap's still delicious as bleep. same thing applies to onion and calamari rings.

Now we wait for Artu to come and lecture us on how wrong we are.
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The Good and the Evil grab a few beers and go to watch how the neighbor's house is burning down.
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Blizzardboy
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posted September 25, 2017 09:46 AM

I had to Google chebureki. Never heard of it.

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NoobX
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posted September 25, 2017 09:55 AM

CHEEKI BREEKI CHEBUREKI!!
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Blizzardboy
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posted September 25, 2017 10:39 AM

There are zero Slav/Polish/Russian restaurants anywhere that I've lived. You'd have to make everything yourself, which I might do.

Something stuffed with meat, garlic, and onions and deep fried sounds like it is meant to be devoured by the bucket.

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Kipshasz
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posted September 25, 2017 12:02 PM

it's like heroin, but minus all the negative effects.

Except maybe a risk of atherosclerosis and increase in cholesterol.
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artu
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posted September 25, 2017 12:24 PM

We also have this by the name of cig börek (raw pastry), I used to wonder why it was called that till I heard about the Russian version and realized it was just a deformed pronounciation of Chebureki. The best part about having an empire in the middle of the Mediterranean, Caucasus, Balkans and the Middle East is that you have so many great food localized. It's like living in New York and having top notch Chinese, Italian, Greek, Arabian, French, Russian restaurants around all at once.
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Blizzardboy
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posted September 25, 2017 12:41 PM
Edited by Blizzardboy at 12:58, 25 Sep 2017.

The southwest doesn't seem to have as much variety as the east coast with food. Or I'm spoiled. I'm an hour from the border and 80% of the restaurants here are either Mexican or New Mexican, which is delicious but omg people please try eating more than 4 things.

Traditional Mexican & southwest food (which is very different from what most people here eat) is thought to rival the Japanese diet for health, lifespan etc. People here use to have the longest lifespans in the world, or close to it, but the diet has gone dramatically downhill.

For as many people of Eastern European descent you'd think there would be more restaurants that served that kind of food, but the early 20th century assimilated that group pretty thoroughly. In my experience you have to go to very, very urban places like Chicago or New York for a good selection of Slavic available locally.

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Darkshadow
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posted September 27, 2017 01:10 PM

Kipshasz said:
but you know other deep fried foods, even after being left alone on a store counter are at least edible. despite being soft and almost soggy, but you can still eat them.

Take chebureki for instance. eat it out of the pan, or left overnight in a fridge, crap's still delicious as bleep. same thing applies to onion and calamari rings.

Now we wait for Artu to come and lecture us on how wrong we are.


I had chebu a few times

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NoobX
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posted September 27, 2017 01:43 PM

For a true Slav culinary experience, you need to visit the place of origin of the dish.  The best gibanica is made by old housewives in the rural parts of Serbia.  Sure, you can go and buy one at a local bakery, but that type is mass-produced to be sold, and isn't payed much attention when being made.  
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