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    You folks are sickly.....

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    ^Says the sick cvnt who bombards forums with scat photos

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    ^ To be honest I rather you posted another picture of one of your great breakfasts rather then another scat reference Headworx.

    What did you have today?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack meoff View Post
    Poll needed
    Vegemite or marmite!
    Kiwi Marmite or British Marmite?



    I'm okay with either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    What did you have today?
    Yesterday was boring old Multigrain Weet-Bix with Banana and Honey.

    Today was Eggs Florentine, which was far tastier.
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    Quite surprising how well bacon goes with syrup.


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    Bacon goes well with everything, Dill.


    But three little slices. You're not... you know... turning Tommy on us?

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    Mr. Ayam needs to be knighted.

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    With those 2 pancakes you can pick 2 sides, i picked bacon and more pancakes when i should have gone with bacon again. Feeling pretty sick now tbh. Schoolboy error.
    Tried to assimilate the wife into having one but no luck

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    Went to an All You Can Eat pancake house in Queensland once. Only managed 3 servings but they still didn't turn a profit as they needed a crane to come knock down a wall to roll us out.

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    ^^^ is that cannabis you've grated on top?

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    The one and only.

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    ^ you need some home fries with that boy


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post

    Quite surprising how well bacon goes with syrup.

    Great minds, and all that...
    180 Baht with a quality cup of re-fillable coffee on the side, lovely.

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    ^ where's that?

    You should give that Lighthouse a try- its on Khao Noi just down from The Chilled, has great coffee and reportedly the best Yankee breakfasts in Thailand.

    https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaura..._Province.html

    Hell yeah

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    Not Hell really, it's run by a God fearer
    [/QUOTE] This clean, quaint café is run by a sweet couple: Thai wife, American husband. Contemporary Christian music wafts through the air, and you will find Bibles and religious tracts on the shelves- hence the name, "Lighthouse," (remenicent of my youth). They speak English and have"Southern charm." We had omlets, egg and cheese biscuits, home fried potatoes, coffee and OJ. All were delicious. They insisted that we take a free bakery item with us as "first time guests." Ex-pats will love this place. [/QUOTE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Tried to assimilate the wife into having one but no luck
    Was she too sick from the pancakes to let you ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Not Hell really, it's run by a God fearer
    This clean, quaint café is run by a sweet couple: Thai wife, American husband. Contemporary Christian music wafts through the air, and you will find Bibles and religious tracts on the shelves- hence the name, "Lighthouse," (remenicent of my youth). They speak English and have"Southern charm." We had omlets, egg and cheese biscuits, home fried potatoes, coffee and OJ. All were delicious. They insisted that we take a free bakery item with us as "first time guests." Ex-pats will love this place.
    The Lighthouse, also known as a Watch Tower, is probably a connection to the Jehovah's Witnesses. If you want confirmation, see if papa smurf chops his finger off one day and refuses a blood transfusion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Contemporary Christian music wafts through the air, and you will find Bibles and religious tracts on the shelves
    That's a shame. Were I there that guarantees I'd avoid the place like the plague.




    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    is probably a connection to the Jehovah's Witnesses.
    Probably...or could be Mormon. Are there pairs of males going and coming on bicycles there Dill?


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    Step 1: Work up a monster appetite.


    Step 2: Stop off at purveyors of small goods and bakery items on the way home.
    Step 3: Cook bacon, assemble, eat while watching the cricket.
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    Looks very nice indeed.

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    Damn reasonable HW, gonna have that in he morning.

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    The wife returned from the Nan morning market yesterday with this pork burger. Size is a bit deceptive in the picture, was more of an over-sized slider. What was interesting was they were being sold by a farang and his Thai wife. Mid 60's and mid 40's was the best description my wife could provide. She ate it and declared it delicious.

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    There was mayo and the wife described the tangy sauce as tasting like ketchup. Price 15 baht. Going to go to the market next Sunday morning to see if he is there. Been in Nan seven months and met only one other farang to date.
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    Sweet Salad Sauce?

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