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Guest boo

doner wrap.. probably the most convenient food ever edit: first time having one, it's better than in pita really

 

i asked for garlic sauce and a liiittle bit of chilli sauce and the guys eyes lit up. he said 'here, this for you!' and handed me a green chilli, i asked if it was for me eat whilst i wait, and he said 'yes, look i eat one', put it in his mouth and chewed.. i sat down and started eating the chilli ( :huh: ), and obviously it was a bit much,. 'why you cry?', he laughed. i took the last of the chilli up to the counter and said i wanted to see him chew the chilli, he said 'yea ok, we both have half!'.. so i watched his mouth closely.. he was pretending to chew. i pretended to chew, and swallowed my half. i left with my doner wrap.. but then had to blow my nose, so went back and asked for some napkins and he asked 'why, because you cry?'..

Edited by tauboo

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Guest underscore

a fat bowl of quinoa

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philly cheesesteak pizza... om nom nom

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a packet of beef creature crunch from sainsbury's. this supermarket own brand knock-off isn't worth the savings, penny-pinchers. go for the real deal.

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morrisons' imitation skips "prawn shells". weak shit.

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Mulled wine and vodka, neat.

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Been eating sandwiches and drinking coffee all day. I got an Aeropress from my sister and brother-in-law so I've been experimenting with it nonstop.

 

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Guest iep

kwark is in english = ??

 

quark?

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Guest iep

kwark de ~ (m)

curds (the ~), soft curd cheese (the ~), bag cheese (the ~)

 

bag cheese...

 

:|

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some fuckin coffee.

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it's 7:30 am and i just had a lobster for a late night snack.

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water its good 4 u

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sparkling water. I'm incredibly not into sweets at all, for the most part. A part of my whole sophisticate intellectual thing

lol

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sparkling water is full of aspartame isnt it??? the intellecutal side of u should realize its POISON

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FIVL YOUI YOU CFUICNT

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Guest iep

wow..

 

i'm currently refueling with bread, cheese (aged gouda) and pesto. a crisp 4% lager on the side.

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Guest boo

kwark is in english = ??

 

quark?

kwaark taaart is quite simply cheesecake

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sparkling water is full of aspartame isnt it??? the intellecutal side of u should realize its POISON

not its just bubbles ur thinking diet coke PS ITS NOT POISON

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Guest iep

lunch: a large-sized plate of wholeweat pasta (penne integrali), with tuna, oil/redpepper/garlic/onion, and a pint of milk.

 

kwark is in english = ??

 

quark?

kwaark taaart is quite simply cheesecake

 

so it follows that kwark is cheese and cake is taart then? however, not all cheese is kwark so that reasoning does not hold.

Edited by iep

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Bottle of Highland Spring and ham and cheese sandwhich.

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Guest boo

lunch: a large-sized plate of wholeweat pasta (penne integrali), with tuna, oil/redpepper/garlic/onion, and a pint of milk.

 

kwark is in english = ??

 

quark?

kwaark taaart is quite simply cheesecake

 

so it follows that kwark is cheese and cake is taart then? however, not all cheese is kwark so that reasoning does not hold.

kwark = cream cheese

i seem to remember it being a bit more like fromage frais (edit: from a tub) but that's just fresh cheese in french so

Edited by tauboo

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tea. just tea. cos me and an ex-voto are going to scale this dumbass rock tomorrow. just a friggin rock pff.

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