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|Malaysia Forum Malaysian Travel Forum to post about your Malaysia holiday, did you visit Penang or go on a tour of the Malaysia island of Langkawi, Malaysia has many tourism destinations including Johor Bahru, Malacca, Genting Highlands, Kuching, Kota Kinabalu, or maybe you were just passing through on your way to Borneo, Brunei, Singapore or Thailand.|
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|19-10-2007, 01:34 PM||#106 (permalink)|
Nice thread thanks..
I went often to mlacca back in the 90's, the locals brougth me to a portuguese village just outside, near a beach (river beach ? ) you missed this one, nice spot there...
|19-10-2007, 02:32 PM||#107 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2007
Yes you are correct about that dog.
Im very sorry about that as i was a tad pissed after drinking the fire water and forgot all about it.
I do have a funny idea that i have got 1 photo that does indeed show the wicked brew.
Ill see if i can find it.
Watch this space.
I do not give Patsycat " The Horn " thank Fuk.
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|19-10-2007, 04:33 PM||#110 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Lagrangian Point
Well done Terry. Top thread. Green on the way.
Noteworthy is that the shoreline used to be on the other side of the road from the red roofed buildings, just about where the trees stop. All the buildings you can see in the distance are on reclaimed land.
|20-10-2007, 04:07 PM||#119 (permalink)|
I don't think dd was referring to "top totty", as the wicked brew you were drinking, but the "top totty" that you might have been perving at, as you cruised about the town. Nudge nudge,wink wink.
Come on bloke, wake up!
|21-10-2007, 02:29 PM||#121 (permalink)|
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Location: Gropecvnt Lane Bkk
Terry ya drongo ... have you gone eunuch on us?
I bet you are pulling our collective plonker pretending not to understand
Malacca's totty not toddy, little black triangles, LBFMs ... yes?
and yes, great thread and pics too
|21-10-2007, 03:16 PM||#122 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2007
Yes, what ever mate ,
One says " Totty " another says " Toddy."
One means " Trollups " and another means " Carlsburg Special Brew 8.8% mind numbing Dark Ale ".
I mean , don't worry about it mate and just get into the blinking lager.
Anyway zip, have a nice day.
PS. In my last photo off " gods nectar " that special brew is, i made a very small mistake and it was suppost to read as follows.
Carlsburg Special Brew is so bloody wonderful that it would put hair around a soi dogs arse.
Sorry about the mistake and just get some of that stuff into ya.
|25-10-2007, 07:08 AM||#125 (permalink)|
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Anyone tried actual 'Toddy' in Malaysia?
It's a fermented coconut milk basically, Toddy houses smell foul and are, or at least used to be, inhabited by the dregs of society. Great fun, although I wouldn't be surprised if those places are a thing of the past now.
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