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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    Sorry Thormy but I far prefer crustaceans to fish.
    Good call! haven't heard that in years.

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    Catfish?

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    ^^ Had a meal like that in Singapore.

    Actually didn't enjoy it and hate to see females degraded like that.

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    Where do you start ?

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    ^ dunno. But I would avoid the bearded clam...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabaii sabaii
    Where do you start ?
    I had everything that wasn't touching this poor ladies skin and mostly drank alcohol.

    Confusing how others find this type of entertainment enjoyable, just like eating crustaceans alive, which was the main course on that evening.

    The Chinese can be weird cvnts, almost as bad as the Japanese.

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    When I was in Udon Thani recently 1 of my good Thai friends took me to a market in Nong Khai to buy a blaa ling (monkey fish), they brought them out at about 3.30pm,
    my friend brought a 8kg fish for a bit over 1000 baht. Nice fish and ended up being a great night.
    อีสานมิก ขุนชัาง

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    The Babel Fish


    The Babel Fish is small, yellow, and simultaneously translates from one spoken language to another. When inserted into the ear, its nutrition processes convert sound waves into brain waves, neatly crossing the language divide between any species you should happen to meet whilst travelling in space.
    Some say that the evolution of the Babel fish could not have been accidental, and hence that it proves the non-existence of God.
    Arthur Dent, a surviving Earthling, commented only 'Eurgh!' when first inserting the fish into his ear canal. It did, however, enable him to understand Vogon Poetry - not, necessarily, a good thing.


    Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!"

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    And here is an old photo of young Thormaturge

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    Great creative thread.

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    ^ Very good ! . Blown away by the fish to be found in L.O.S . Up in Chiang Mai there's a nice park ( I can't remember the name of it ) , but a great place to chill out. It had a small lake full of huge fish that came racing to the surface when you walked over the bridges , it usually meant handfuls of the pellets that can be bought for them up for grabs. Greedy devils !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hampsha View Post
    Great creative thread.
    Thankyou. I did have an idea of a thread with pictures of local fiish and members showing off their catch but this will do. I will think very carefully about the title before starting a thread about birds....

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    A very popular fish in Thailand the sea perch, or plakapong



    A plakapong would die for the chance to be served up like this:


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    The Candiru, the fish in the Amazon that swims up your japs eye, puts out its spines and starts parasiting your cock.

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    Michael Fish.

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    The use of fish as deadly weapons..


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    Quote Originally Posted by khmen
    Michael Fish
    "One lady called tonight speaking of a hurricane warning, but, heh heh, I don't think we need to worry about that, heh heh."

    3 hours later Britain was battered by a hurricane. Good work, Fish!

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    Fish bikini - worn by a Thai lass:


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