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#11 MooNoi

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Posted 16 September 2010 - 09:58

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Seems people either love it or hate it.

Hate it.

Smels like a ladyboy's knickers after a fruitless night cruising Sukhumvit in the heat and humidity for a punter and going home empty-handed.

Not that I'd know. Just a guess.
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#12 The_Munchmaster

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Posted 16 September 2010 - 10:10

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Hmph. I have two avocados in my refrigerator at home,....
What a coincidence, I also have 2 avocados at home......but they're not in the fridge.
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#13 Dumsoda

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Posted 16 September 2010 - 12:27

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I think I'll hit the taco truck up the street...I made some ceviche over the weekend...and usually have "Salsa and chips" by the pool...ah cilantro/coriander etc...


...Guess that means,,,Ramon....is cuming....over....lol

Get the fluffy towels out....Dark Ling....
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Posted 16 September 2010 - 16:19

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I think I'll hit the taco truck up the street...I made some ceviche over the weekend...and usually have "Salsa and chips" by the pool...ah cilantro/coriander etc...

Hmph. I have two avocados in my refrigerator at home, so your slander is badly aimed. I make great Mexican food myself here in Patters, but I still miss having a taco truck within striking distance.

Edit: I just realized you were probably auto-replying, not trying to rub it in that there are no taco trucks here.

Never mind. :D


Oh no, I WAS rubbing in! (Not in a gay way) IF you get to live in Thailand, then you have to make a choice and give up the taco trucks...so suffer! The Carnitas Torta was really good BTW :)

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I think I'll hit the taco truck up the street...I made some ceviche over the weekend...and usually have "Salsa and chips" by the pool...ah cilantro/coriander etc...


...Guess that means,,,Ramon....is cuming....over....lol

Get the fluffy towels out....Dark Ling....

Ramon, as you, better than anyone should know, is a Puerto Rican, NOT a Mexican! Call him Mexican and he will "kick" your ass than he usually does! BTW, he called and said you left your leopard speedo at his place, and to tell you the sore was just an alergic reaction, not to worry.
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Posted 16 September 2010 - 16:21

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Seems people either love it or hate it.

Hate it.

Smels like a ladyboy's knickers after a fruitless night cruising Sukhumvit in the heat and humidity for a punter and going home empty-handed.

Not that I'd know. Just a guess.


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#16 shygye

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Posted 17 September 2010 - 00:20

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Thai king prawn curry tonight and more of that coriander stuff. Boy am I hooked!

Did you cook it in your shorts? :neener:
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Posted 17 September 2010 - 01:23

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Did you cook it in your shorts? :neener:

I doubt it, much easier to use a pan--the shorts tend to burn if you don't keep them moist.

Note to self: Buy pan.

#18 Nervous God

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Posted 17 September 2010 - 02:23

No need for a pan, leave your undies on for a few days, they'll be moist enough to cook a curry and you won't need the coriander

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Posted 17 September 2010 - 02:25

Thanks for the tip, should add to flavor and bouquet as well.

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Posted 17 September 2010 - 02:30

I can see the tv show now. Cooking for real men with god on your side. Episode 1, curry in your undies in a hurry, with creme broulette made in your wife's best bra.  




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