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    What's the strangest thing your wife has eaten?

    Now I am quite sure we all soon discover our Thai wives / gf,s likes and dislikes as regards any food plastered up with those little red and green devils but my missus has astounded me on this one ,, and its a good job I,m not a betting man or I,d have lost me home !
    I think it goes without saying generally speaking Thais just aint keen on dairy produce like cheeses and butters but my wifes inquisitive mind got the better of her down the cheese isle in Tesco,s and put a wedge of blue stilton in the trolley WTF !

    Darling I said what you gonna do with that ?? I dunno but I want try ,,,,,,,mmmm ok thinking to myself for a couple of quid to keep the peace before it goes in the bin ,,,,,,, anyway to cut it short blue stilton now goes on in great forkfulls on top of all salads ,, fish ,,, sausages ? ,,, pork chops ,,,
    I give up ,,,,, bless her she,s happy
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    My missus loves Four'N'Twenty meat pies with tomato sauce.

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    My wife also loves blue cheese..infact any cheese and olives as well...I don't know how she can eat some of those horrific bad smelling pastes...shrimp, I think but smells like a sewer gone bad!!!! if that's possible..

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    According to my GF, Its Xmas pudding,She claimed it was the sweetest thing she had ever tasted(hence,far too sweet).I would choose the pudding over her chewey insects any day..


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    My little 'un chastised the Midget the other day when she was going to eat a bug. It was at the market where her family has a stall, so a few family members were present to witness their first member of the human race.

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    my gf likes cheed on tote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    My little 'un chastised the Midget the other day when she was going to eat a bug. It was at the market where her family has a stall, so a few family members were present to witness their first member of the human race.


    Quote Originally Posted by shadow role
    my gf likes cheed on tote.
    Can you upload some pic's of the 'cheed on tote'...I sure that I am not the only one who's intrigued!!

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    Me................

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    Laosy will eat ANYTHING.
    Recently she discovered cheesecake.

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    One of my former language instructors fell in love with Goulash.

    (I assumed she meant the food, not some rich Hungarian sponsor).

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    I've found cheese to be one thing that is 'safe' in the fridge, Tesco/Big C sell Mainland Vintage (matured 18mths) Cheddar, and it's all for 'me'. Won't eat chocolate, icecream, beef either . . . but will tuck into what looks like a mix of hedge and lawn clippings overdosed with red chilis.

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    My Mrs. gets a terrible case of the shits when she goes anywhere near cheese.

    We recently dined at a nice restaurant where I ordered the pork belly. The Mrs. took one small bite and now orders the pork belly any chance she gets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by genghis61
    I've found cheese to be one thing that is 'safe' in the fridge
    Not in my fridge. A friend from UK was kind enough to bring me some beautiful Stilton cheese. The missus saw it in the fridge and threw it in the trash. Said it had obviously gone off.



    Quote Originally Posted by nigelandjan
    What's the strangest thing your wife has eaten?
    Haggis. She loves the stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton
    Not in my fridge. A friend from UK was kind enough to bring me some beautiful Stilton cheese. The missus saw it in the fridge and threw it in the trash. Said it had obviously gone off
    SHIT..that's nearly a sackable offence, surely..

    My Mrs likes a mild cheddar..so I make a point of buying the extra mature stuff..hey, you don't see me nicking your rice do you, women?!

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    Sackable offence...more like capital crime...Cheese killer on the loose in Thailand...she had better be a Hi-So or it's curtains darling...

    Fook most of their food smells like rotten eggs and baby turds...Ok that's a tad over the top...maybe just Gaeng Som and that horrendous paste that comes from dead people....well it smells like it to me anyhooooo
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    Quote Originally Posted by the dogcatcher
    Recently she discovered cheesecake.
    Mrs Tiz devours blueberry cheesecakes like its her last meal.

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    Can't blame the Mrs there Tiz

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    Cows placenta is the tops where my wife is concerned. Frogs being another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by genghis61
    I've found cheese to be one thing that is 'safe' in the fridge, Tesco/Big C sell Mainland Vintage (matured 18mths) Cheddar, and it's all for 'me'.
    Sadly, all of mine like cheese.

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    Cows placenta is the tops where my wife is concerned. Frogs being another.
    Same as my ex. Big fried spiders also seem to be popular.

    BTW, the cow's placenta is served raw, a fact that I discovered only after consuming it

    Simon

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    My wife likes those small live shrimp called "Dancing Shrimp". The ones that come covered in a bowl that you shake up to agitate them just before your meal. I tried them too and after eating them, cooked insects seem pretty tame fare. I don't let her eat them too often as we have had a few cases of extreme bodily expulsion. Plus, there nothing worse than small shrimp screaming for mercy......
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    I had a Thai gf once. Introduced her to Marmite (no not the dog) and she claimed to like it, although she may just have been trying to impress me as I had told her that my wife hates the stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadow role View Post
    my gf likes cheed on tote.
    A genuine 'Guffaw!' at that one... don't cha just luv 'em... Bless....

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    Whitebait! My wife loves it. Costs more than $100 a kilo and fortunately the season is only a few months long. She smothers it with chilli sauce - nearly reduces me to tears.
    (Bait white - hab or not?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr R Sole
    Can you upload some pic's of the 'cheed on tote'...I sure that I am not the only one who's intrigued!!
    Wohoa there wait a min ,,,any of us who have experience with the lovely ladies from the LOS know what they mean ,,, I know thats how they say it etc as many others do ,, but come on lets give credit where its due ,,,,,,,, lets be quite honest now how many of us can speak more Thai than our other halves can speak Angrit ?? not many I bet.

    Wonder how strange our Ngais + Ngams + Bpais + Bpens sound to them ,,,, I,ll allow the odd cheed on tote ,, your doin better than most of us

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