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    Quote Originally Posted by Nawty
    just a female cock
    you'd know more about that than me.


    It's called a "strap on" isn't it?

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    or a ladybloke.

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    Nah, definitely female from the taste of it.





    Which is pretty bloody horrible, quite frankly. Looks like it was quite a small bird and they've just mashed it all up.

    Well, not a culinary masterpiece, let's put it that way. Roasted on a spit or a bbq, maybe. Mashed with red a green stuff...... nope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nawty View Post
    Still a Peacock....regardless of sex.....just a female cock.
    Nope, it's Peafowl. Peafowl - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Peacock = male
    Peahen = female

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    Solly, but in Oz they are called Peacocks all in one in.

    Peafowl might be a Pommy thing, or some other equally gay continet, but always peacock as a general term in Oz.

    At least it was when i was a young cock.....they may have gone all PC and changed it, but to me, it will always be a cock and JJ ate cock.
    I like poisoning my neighbours dogs till they die cos I'm a cnut

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nawty
    Solly, but in Oz they are called Peacocks all in one in.
    I'm sure that's what most ignorant people call it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nawty
    Peafowl might be a Pommy thing, or some other equally gay continet, but always peacock as a general term in Oz.
    Always a peahen and a peacock to me nawty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post

    Really JJ's neighbours are following exactly what their ancestors have been doing from the start of time. These people really would never consider the environmental aspect only and quite innocently just doing what comes naturally and without intentional malice.

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    i.e.killing and eating any fukkn wild animal they come across.
    none of this has to do with poverty or hunger.
    in isaan they take a perverse pleasure in killing and eating anything wild, much like the indigenous africans will pay high prices for "bush meat" (often gorillas,etc)
    all the village children are invited to watch the poor bloody thing being killed, not often in the most humane fashion.
    my own sons were forced to watch their thai grandfather pluck the feathers from a live owlet before he threw it live and screeching into a pot of boiling water.
    one day i will do the same to him. (i am not joking)
    i think this all has to do with "small penis syndrome"..............thai males are such useless,insignifigant pieces of shit that they have to resort to torturing wildlife in front of small children to boost their egos.

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    ^Yep, and some foreigners just lap it up.

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    ^ Or long down upon such activities with false superiority.

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    snake is delicious with soup...

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    There is no justification for the hunting to extinction of any endangered species of life.

    There once was a global free hunting culture.

    It largely sustained the populace.

    Agriculture then largely replaced hunting and gathering for sustenance.

    All peoples share responsibility of their action on this earth.

    Thus global trade and exchange occurred.

    Demand and supply.

    No demand, no supply and vice versa.

    So now, we are in recession (actually, a depression), the world, environmentally, is dying.

    Where are the warriors of the rainbow?

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    The invasion of gigantic Burmese pythons in South Florida appears to be rapidly expanding

    "From 2002-2005, 201 pythons were captured or found dead in and around Everglades National Park. In 2006-2007, the number more than doubled, to 418. Everglades wildlife biologist Skip Snow has estimated the population at more than 30,000."

    Invasion Of Gigantic Burmese Pythons In South Florida Appears To Be Rapidly Expanding
    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.

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    From the man that drowns puppies.

    Quote Originally Posted by ENT
    There is no justification for the hunting to extinction of any endangered species of life. There once was a global free hunting culture. It largely sustained the populace. Agriculture then largely replaced hunting and gathering for sustenance. All peoples share responsibility of their action on this earth. Thus global trade and exchange occurred. Demand and supply. No demand, no supply and vice versa. So now, we are in recession (actually, a depression), the world, environmentally, is dying. Where are the warriors of the rainbow?
    Dastard Bogs and Chucking Fickens

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    09 April 2008

    how to cook python: fangers and mash

    well, talk about close finishes! my final, 52nd animal for this momentous quest is possibly the weirdest of them all, at least i think so. python. the kind folk at osgrow sorted me with this beast so a round of applause goes to them! i ate the whole dish at 17:38 giving me a full 18 minutes of the 52nd week to relax. oh no wait, i can't relax yet as i have to actually finish this post! so here goes..

    the python came skinned and in fillets, which smelled vaguely like popcorn. weird texture to the touch they looked quite bony. the packaging also lets us know that this python comes from vietnam.i heated up some oil (a lot of oil, whoops) in a big frying pan and lay a couple of slices of python to swim around. aptly, this caused a huge amount of spitting and i had to drain off a lot of the oil to combat this. as they were cooking a faint, pleasant aroma of popcorn filled the kitchen. i had swiftly made some mashed potatoes before cooking the python using, er, potatoes, oregano, basil, parsley, butter and milk. mmm creamy.

    i dished the whole thing up, sans sauce, and thought i'd try my hand at presenting it in a really stylish manner. i think i succeeded. see the cunning placement of celery leaves on the python. classy. after tossing that away i tucked in (clock saying 17:38 woohoo!)

    the python itself was very chewy, but totally boneless. it still gave off a popcorn-like aroma but a rather more moody taste, a bit like evil bacon. but the taste itself wasn't evil, it was rather good! the whole dish would have benefit from some sauce or gravy but as you might realise i was quite pushed for time on this one.

    well my friends, my followers of food. this is it. number 52. i can't actually quite believe i have accomplished such an insane task. there has been ups and downs, strikes and miss strikes, tears and joy. okay there were never any tears but there has been a few gagging moments that may have sprouted a couple (not me of course, *ahem*). all i can say now is i must publish this and you can expect a big post either later this evening or tomorrow, thursday 11th (or perhaps the next day or the next etc..), with a nice big summary! and also what my next quest is and other goodies so stick around, take a pew and tuck in.


    beast feaster - an animal eating adventure: how to cook python: fangers and mash

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    post 214 above.

    I can't see how selecting the best to live is equatable to hunting a species to extinction.

    I don't think dog is on the endangered species list either.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ENT
    I can't see how selecting the best to live is equatable to hunting a species to extinction. I don't think dog is on the endangered species list either.
    Sorry, I just saw this.

    What's your point?

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    What was your point?^p 214

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    ^JJ Doesn't have a point, he's pointless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles
    ^JJ Doesn't have a point, he's pointless.
    Agghhhh the pain, the pain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles View Post
    ^JJ Doesn't have a point, he's pointless.
    Fit right in, then.

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    I have eaten snake, both venomous and python. Not disguised in curry and herbs, but straight off the BBQ. The Red bellied Black Snake wasn't too bad, but nothing to rave about. The Python tasted like it smelt while alive. Not very nice.

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    Vipers I've had. But I do understand that pythons, without the masking of other ingredients, has a gamey potancy.

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