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    You can't make this up. Priceless.

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    Hey Bobo nice stuff. Just curious but is that a pic of Freddie Mercury on the fridge? How cool is that, Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Full Monty face ..

    Please reassure...me that's not an attempt at tea in that mug, is it?

    Your roof was leaking, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishlocker View Post
    Hey Bobo nice stuff. Just curious but is that a pic of Freddie Mercury on the fridge? How cool is that, Cheers.
    King V mate. And the King Prawns where great.

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    Could have eaten a horse after 1.5hrs and 200 balls hit at the range, but horse breakfasts are hard to find in Pattaya. Sports Lounge instead for the best breakfast 99 Baht can buy.


    It's for sale and cheap, owner and his wife (who runs the joint) are expecting a baby very shortly. Fraser's is for sale too, Stewie and family heading for Oz. Two of my favorite places changing hands, I hope the new owners don't change things too much...
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    ^ WOW ... BHT 99 ... beats anything I had for that coinage.

    I'm usually happy with the BHT 79 @ Foodland on Suk Soi 3

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    ^Took Lae Dee . The one at Foodland on Central Pattaya Rd must churn out a thousand covers a day, it's not uncommon to see people waiting for a seat and there's an army of workers in the kitchen that never stop. Tried the breakfast there once and that was enough though, way too many good options here that are easy to get to and we'll priced.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobo746 View Post
    King V mate. And the King Prawns where great.
    What's the first ingredient listed on that Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce bottle bobo?

    I switched to this

    http://www.stubbsbbq.com/

    because:

    Stubb prided himself on making the best barbecue around, and he knew that the only way to do that was to use nothing but quality ingredients. Thatís why Stubbís line of sauces, marinades and rubs are made right with quality, gluten free ingredients, and contain no high fructose corn syrup.

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    ^ Hickory & Brown Sugar.

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    Here in the States the 1st one on every bottle is HFCS...

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    ^headworx, I'm getting high BP just looking at that breakfast. You must have good genes.

    my brekky was Belvita cereal biscuits, soy milk & mixed nuts. No pic, sorry.
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    ^What you don't see Katie is I'm a large guy who eats a breakfast like that once every 10 days or 2 weeks instead of having fruit or oats sort of thing, have done 30 mins of weights + an 8klm fast walk this morning, and will only have some roast chicken and fresh veg later in the day (and snacks on fruit) for my total food intake today. I can post pics of my oats with a cut saging and pulot on top but that'd be boring

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    ^point taken. Still, you must have good genes to be able to take in all of that. ^^^ I can't eat that much pork or eggs anymore, as I'll get a headache afterwards - I have bad genes.

    Are you trying to sweet talk me with your knowledge of saging & pulot? You might change your mind when you see me in my backpacker outfit - elephant pants & sandals (no socks).

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    Quote Originally Posted by katie23 View Post
    You might change your mind when you see me in my backpacker outfit - elephant pants & sandals (no socks).
    No comment.....

    I got in 10k already this morning so had a nice big greasy breakfast as well. Like HW no more than once every 10 days or so

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    Quote Originally Posted by katie23 View Post
    ^point taken. Still, you must have good genes to be able to take in all of that. ^^^ I can't eat that much pork or eggs anymore, as I'll get a headache afterwards - I have bad genes.
    Yeah, but you're not a guy that weighs 100+ kg who's body needs at least 2000 Calories a day for fuel.

    Quote Originally Posted by katie23 View Post
    Are you trying to sweet talk me with your knowledge of saging & pulot? You might change your mind when you see me in my backpacker outfit - elephant pants & sandals (no socks).
    Wot, no fluorescent coloured Crocs? . Not sweet-talking, just remembering having to learn a lot of Tagalog words quickly to be able to send House-girls to the market with shopping lists. The Tagalog names of things like fruit - eggs - vegies - meat are all still all stuck in my matigas ulo.

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    Mmmmmmm golden syrup

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    ^Honey actually. I don't keep Golden Syrup at home any more because that would mean also keeping English Muffins and Crumpets in the fridge, which I'd eat like M&M's

    A throwback to School days long ago and and old fave for brekkie today, egg & lettuce on a garlic wrap. Always enjoyed these.



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    Mmmm crumpets.

    There was a special on Warburtons at Siamburi's that i forgot about

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    ^I tried some of that Aussie Cheddar from there that you raved about, would score it 287 out of 10 and I ate about half a kilo of it in 2 days it was that good. They're now advertising a mild and creamy Aussie Cheddar which they're also giving away that would surely be totally awesome too. I'm not game to go back there till that's sold out

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    Yep, i wont be buying Beqa again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    A throwback to School days long ago and and old fave for brekkie today, egg & lettuce on a garlic wrap. Always enjoyed these.
    Cheers. Will do up one of them, but definitely need some meat added.

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    ^ some Aussie cheddar would be good

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