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    La Cockaroacha in Issan

    Let it be known that I do hate Issan as much as the next man, but I just got caught in the cockroach/ kakkelak frency

    We are in the time of the year where the roach price tops the goong by 50 baht a kilo

    Just got me a big one

    Stupid fuckers them back crawlers

    Protein is protein, I guess


    Never clean your kitchen



    And could I add for you gourmet's out there that I personally find this thread somewhat 'greenable'
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    No greens yet ?

    Could I advice mods to wait another 20 seconds before not greening me again ?

    Man, it makes you miss Sub Zero where weird stuff were welcome

    Betcha even Cyrille felt at home there

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    Does living in Isaan for a long period of time have this affect .

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    Ok

    This is getting to me

    I'm flouncing

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasabi
    affect
    Effect/affect, you got it

    Get out in time

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    Just had a chat with my muslim neighbor who admired my catch

    He doesn't eat the roaches either

    Will this affect my karma ?



    He also admires my lawnmowing

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    Quote Originally Posted by helge
    Effect/affect, you got it Get out in time
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    frency
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    Could I advice
    I fear it's too late for this young one...


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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    I fear it's too late for this young one...
    BTW I'm drunk. Does it count for some lenienziiies

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    Malengsap, mai alloy...I am surprised they don't eat cockroaches...The grasshoppers (tokkatan) are very good...

    Thing about cockroaches in Thailand...They are slow-moving, lazy fckers...I kinda like them...Easy to catch...Unlike the other furtive thieves in other countries...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasabi View Post
    Does living in Isaan for a long period of time have this affect .
    ...only for those that seem to want to fight it.
    Poor souls.

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    The wife ate em

    We don't kiss much anyhow

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    ^They can "vibrate" their antennae...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaitongBoy View Post
    ^They can "vibrate" their antennae...
    Wives?

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    Quote Originally Posted by helge
    BTW I'm drunk.
    Really ?

    would never have noticed.

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    Many mistake the giant water bug (Lethocerus indicus/Maeng Dtaa) for cockroaches.

    Thai people don`t eat cockroaches.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pescator View Post
    Many mistake the giant water bug (Lethocerus indicus/Maeng Dtaa) for cockroaches.

    Thai people don`t eat cockroaches.

    I tried eating one of those in a rather pissed up state in a BKK taxi.

    Paid the taxi driver his fare and a few hundred for a well needed valet.

    What a mess I made.

    Twas like eating biro ink, once you get a good chomp on it the thing sort of explodes black gunge into your mouth.

    I can still taste it now and this must have been 10 years ago.

    I don't like cockroaches either, Ubon was the worst I have ever seen absolutely riddled with them.

    Must have been the flying season as the pavements were like runways.

    I much prefer ladybirds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooter
    once you get a good chomp on it
    you are supposed to dig out the meat ( fillet it with your non arsehole cleaning fingernail ) - not eat the whole thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick
    you are supposed to dig out the meat ( fillet it with your non arsehole cleaning fingernail ) - not eat the whole thing
    Is there a video you could share to educate us as to how to do this properly.

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    ^^ whoops.

    I have it on great authority balders that you can either:

    A) Scoop its guts out with your finger.

    or

    B) Bait the whole lot.

    That night I can vaguely remember elephants on suk, the bug eating experiment and the.......

    Sorry I cannot go there.

    Seen them on the bug carts lately but they seem rather tame by comparison.

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    Chilli and ants taste like sawdust.

    Crickets taste like WD40.

    Little frogs are boney tasteless crap.

    Them grub larvae looking things are neither here nor there.

    Water bugs ain't for the faint hearted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hooter View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by pescator View Post
    Many mistake the giant water bug (Lethocerus indicus/Maeng Dtaa) for cockroaches.

    Thai people don`t eat cockroaches.

    I tried eating one of those in a rather pissed up state in a BKK taxi.

    Paid the taxi driver his fare and a few hundred for a well needed valet.

    What a mess I made.

    Twas like eating biro ink, once you get a good chomp on it the thing sort of explodes black gunge into your mouth.

    I can still taste it now and this must have been 10 years ago.

    I don't like cockroaches either, Ubon was the worst I have ever seen absolutely riddled with them.

    Must have been the flying season as the pavements were like runways.

    I much prefer ladybirds.

    Did somebody say ladyboys?


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