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    ^^I imagine that could get very messy

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    with a friend
    Need more details

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack meoff View Post
    ^^I imagine that could get very messy
    . . . and it did . . .



    Quote Originally Posted by Jack meoff View Post
    Need more details
    Details you say . . . hmm . . . ok, to be honest, she i a lady I've known well for about ten years . . . I see her quite often when I'm here in KL . . . I've even stayed with her at times.


    Quite a pretty woman, from Sabah.







    . . . she is my niece's partner. Disappointed?
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    Upto until the 70's Australians referred to themselves as Pom's.
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    Just asking the supposed teacher if he is a teacher,as anything more than ten syllables and he's fucked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Had a bit of a treat tonight with a friend . . . two chilli crabs
    Love that stuff, going to spend a week down in Chant next time and it'll be Durian harvest time on the family farms, they have one farm devoted to Chanee my favourite so i'm am planning on a proper Crab and Durian binge. The only drawback is that i suffer with that overheating thing with Durian, hot weather and Chang - Durian for brekkie then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Love that stuff, going to spend a week down in Chant next time and it'll be Durian harvest time on the family farms
    Oh yes . . . but they need to stop cutting them down off the trees . . . let the fruit drop - then it's ripe.

    We used to live in Chanthabury, where we set up our Rubber Plantation business and factory, we'd get our durian quite cheap as we'd always ask for suk suk nim nim . . . no-one else wanted them that way. Any further conversation was limited as neither of us spoke much Thai, though my wife was decidedly better at it
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    Upto until the 70's Australians referred to themselves as Pom's.
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    Just asking the supposed teacher if he is a teacher,as anything more than ten syllables and he's fucked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Disappointed
    Nope, just curious why you mentioned it,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack meoff View Post
    Need more details
    Because of this . . and I didn't want to come across as a sad git eating alone on a Sunday night
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    Upto until the 70's Australians referred to themselves as Pom's.
    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    Just asking the supposed teacher if he is a teacher,as anything more than ten syllables and he's fucked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Oh yes . . . but they need to stop cutting them down off the trees . . . let the fruit drop - then it's ripe.

    You are right but sadly most of the fruit is exported to China so they ripen en route. Last year they were apologising as we missed the main harvest and they only had "old" ones left i struggled through a fair few kilos over a week helping them get rid of those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Love that stuff, going to spend a week down in Chant next time and it'll be Durian harvest time on the family farms, they have one farm devoted to Chanee my favourite so i'm am planning on a proper Crab and Durian binge. The only drawback is that i suffer with that overheating thing with Durian, hot weather and Chang - Durian for brekkie then.
    During the season, a good friend of mine, a local teacher in Malaysia, spends the weekends along with his colleagues sitting under the school durian tree with a bottle of whiskey.

    Personally speaking, I can't stand the things. Nevermind the smell, it's the fucking taste that knocks me off my feet. Like the inside of a dustbin (I imagine).

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    ^^^Ah

    snub syndrome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    During the season, a good friend of mine, a local teacher in Malaysia, spends the weekends along with his colleagues sitting under the school durian tree with a bottle of whiskey.

    Personally speaking, I can't stand the things. Nevermind the smell, it's the fucking taste that knocks me off my feet. Like the inside of a dustbin (I imagine).
    55 great example to the kids. I must be immune to the things as i love the taste but i also like marmite

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    . . . and it did . . .





    Details you say . . . hmm . . . ok, to be honest, she i a lady I've known well for about ten years . . . I see her quite often when I'm here in KL . . . I've even stayed with her at times.


    Quite a pretty woman, from Sabah.







    . . . she is my niece's partner. Disappointed?

    That outta throw 'em off....


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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    from Sabah.
    Is this meant to impress someone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack meoff View Post
    Is this meant to impress someone?
    Not really, unless you want to be impressed
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    Upto until the 70's Australians referred to themselves as Pom's.
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    Just asking the supposed teacher if he is a teacher,as anything more than ten syllables and he's fucked.

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    I'm trying to diversify away from peas... so made baked carrots and tomatoes with Parmesan while the potatoes were baking.

    Coordinating all this was a nightmare, and a whole carrot was a bit much, to be honest.

    I wish I could find decent gammon steaks in Korat.




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    ^ Your photography has come on. Have you got a tripod and backlights nowadays?

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    ^ A lot of it is due to Headworx's tip of covering the peas in baby oil. They don't taste so good but look fantastic.

    My daughter now takes the piss out of me for taking food photos... and I can't really blame her.

    But we all need hobbies!

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    ^I should have saved the link and posted it here but somewhere or another online yesterday I got completely sidetracked (as you do) and was watching a video that popped up showing different food photography hacks. Brushing steaks with the right combination of black and brown shoe polish makes them look irresistible

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    Have you tried luigi's trick of passing off his pee as mont clair chardonnay?

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    ^ Ouch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    ^ Your photography has come on. Have you got a tripod and backlights nowadays?
    Well, he stopped using the 'FLASH' and that is a great leap forward

    “Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post



    Well done mate. That is very nearly food porn quality photography.

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    Joe Rogan ate nothing but meat for 30 days and said his ‘energy levels were amazing’

    If you’re one of Joe Rogan’s 8.5 million Instagram followers, you’re likely familiar with his unconventional diet. The comedian, mixed martial arts fanatic and podcast host often shares photos of his favorite meal, which consists of elk meat, mushrooms and jalapenos.


    But in January, Rogan experimented eating only meat for 30 days — no carbohydrates, vegetables or fruit. This style of eating is often referred to as “the carnivore diet.”

    What Joe Rogan learned from eating a carnivore diet for 30 days
    “Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago”

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    Well I'm three days in and no noticeable effects (+/-) to report yet other than a couple of really rather spectacular bowel movements.



    Edit: actually one thing I've noticed is I'm far more satiated. I ate breakfast this morning far later than I normally would and haven't even bothered with lunch today as just not feeling hungry.

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    How is your portion size of meat in comparison with what you ate before your carnivore diet began?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one
    How is your portion size of meat in comparison with what you ate before your carnivore diet began?
    I'd say marginally larger just because of the cuts I've brought.

    It's a good question actually I'll have to keep an eye on it.

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