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|21-07-2013, 04:21 AM||#1 (permalink)|
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Last Online: Yesterday 02:43 PM
Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: Down on the farm
Saturday night snack-attack
My 50 inch television currently boasts something like 10 billion channels. I don't like it. It turns what should be a relaxing past time into a painstaking process of agonizing decision making.
There's seldom any excellent television on, you see. Which is quite fucking feat considering the monumental tally of programs to choose from.
No, the standard of television offered on Sky is generally just acceptable, meaning that I usually turn it off and watch Dexter on my laptop. I've got the hots for his sister. She has a habit of effortlessly provoking the onset of furious masturbation.
This evening however, the Television Gods appear to be smiling upon my little corner of the globe.
8-9pm: Tour de France highlights
9-10.30pm: Family Guy TRIPLE BILL
10.30-11.00pm: American Dad
11 - TBA: Jessica Bangkok POV Facial
A solid four hours of televisual feasting deserves to be complimented with first class fodder, you'll surely concur.
Some Mexican, I fancy. Prepared by my own fair hand.
First we have the ingredients for Slap's Special Salsa; read, any vegetable in the fridge: tomato, radish, spring onion, peppers, jalapenos, garlic, salt, pepper..
Put in a bowl, add some oil and vinegar, mix like crazy..
Next, scatter some corn chips evenly on a microwave safe plate and pour some stuff containing kidney beans over them.
Add more chips, the salsa, a few more jalapenos, and some grated cheese..
Now here lies a quandary. You can either waste 10 minutes of your life by putting them in the oven, or zap them in the microwave for 90 seconds. Not really a quandary at all really is it.
Two minutes later you should be sat in you favourite chair filling your face with premium snack food and beer...
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