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    Postby Freakzilla » 25 May 2008 07:57

    I had a threesome one new years even not too long ago, just before me and my wife got married. I had promised both girls I would be their date so... a bottle of rum later we were all in bed.

    Then we went to the party.
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    Postby Mr. Teg » 25 May 2008 10:31

    chanilover wrote:
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    Hypatia will not be offering any smileys to this forum. However, she does know of a handy website where you can make your own, in lots of different colors, round or square, with a very nice assortment of expressions.


    Why do you refer to yourself in the third person?


    Never a good sign...

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    Postby Pardot Kynes » 25 May 2008 11:02

    SandChigger wrote:
    chanilover wrote:You've been knocking around for quite a few decades, what do you think of threesomes in a long-term relationship? I really don't know what to think of them.

    ONLY two more decades than yourself, mon petit, so don't be impertinent. :twisted:

    Threesomes, eh? NAUGHTY...but LOADS of fun...as long as everyone is as into it as they say they are, otherwise things can get sticky...er, difficult afterwards. (Your idea? ;) )

    Also, have you ever had neeps and tatties? I had it in Edinburgh last month and it's great.

    I think my mother used to make something like that occasionally, just for herself since neither I nor my sister were fond of "neeps" back then. (I love them now. Funny how your tastes change.) Did you have it with haggis? I've always wondered what that's like.... :)


    Haggis is good until you find out its the "original recipe", which they then explain to you. You then shortly have to find something else to eat, as your stomach is empty again.

    Although, I do believe the part about burying it for two weeks was a joke on poor old me. If I ever do figure out how they ACTUALLY make it, I might try it again.

    Scots have a mean sense of humor :P
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    Postby Omphalos » 25 May 2008 11:36

    We used to have an excellent Scottish restaurant that would make you a haggis with 24 hours notice. They they tried to go all trendy and get the meat market crowd in and did stupid shit like added sushi to the menu. I haven't been back since (though they did have a bitchin' single malt selection).
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    Postby inhuien » 25 May 2008 13:18

    Aye, mean as in nasty Pardot. :)
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    Postby Pardot Kynes » 25 May 2008 13:54

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    Postby chanilover » 25 May 2008 14:58

    SandChigger wrote:
    chanilover wrote:You've been knocking around for quite a few decades, what do you think of threesomes in a long-term relationship? I really don't know what to think of them.

    ONLY two more decades than yourself, mon petit, so don't be impertinent. :twisted:

    Threesomes, eh? NAUGHTY...but LOADS of fun...as long as everyone is as into it as they say they are, otherwise things can get sticky...er, difficult afterwards. (Your idea? ;) )

    Also, have you ever had neeps and tatties? I had it in Edinburgh last month and it's great.

    I think my mother used to make something like that occasionally, just for herself since neither I nor my sister were fond of "neeps" back then. (I love them now. Funny how your tastes change.) Did you have it with haggis? I've always wondered what that's like.... :)


    I had a few threesomes in uni but I wasn't serious about anyone involved, I don't see how it would work now, it would just be too complicated.

    Haggis is great, I knew what it was made from before I ate it. It's surprisingly tasty, and I finally learnt how to drink scotch properly, without being violently sick on it.
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    Postby orald » 25 May 2008 16:52

    Checked on Wiki' to be sure, but I thought it was rather common knowledge it was stuffed sheep's stomach. What's all the confusion about? :?

    And are internal organs that rare on American cuisine(sp?) or is it just Mandy who finds them so outlandish and gross, from conversations we've had?
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    Postby Hyppo » 25 May 2008 17:33

    The only internal organs I've eaten and enjoyed have been liver (cow and moose). It smells horrible during the preparation stage, but the taste is wonderful.
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    Postby Pardot Kynes » 25 May 2008 17:57

    Oh, the stomach part didn't bother me. What happened was they decided to pull a prank on me(I think), that involved telling me that haggis was made by letting it rot first, and THEN cooking it. I blew my chunks over that. Don't mind that its stomach though.

    I've eaten much weirder shit in my time. Try Escamoles or Lutafisk. I mean, Jesus Christ- there are so many foods that taste good, but are evil, EVIL when you hear what they are.

    I've decided never to eat foods in other countries ever, EVER again, because most of the time its some cruel, sick joke played on you by your translator/guide/whatever.

    Also, never, EVER kiss the blarney stone. I heard a group of guys talking about pissing on it when they were drunk one night. I'm fairly sure its a regular occurrence.
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    Postby Mr. Teg » 25 May 2008 17:59

    Hypatia wrote:The only internal organs I've eaten and enjoyed have smelled horrible during the plateau stage, but the taste is wonderful.


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    Postby orald » 25 May 2008 17:59

    Yea, you're Canadian, not American. Boo! :P

    And yes, liver stinks when cooked on direct fire(I assume that's how you prepared it? Jews of course have to do it to get out the blood), but that's because of all the blood.

    Don't think I tried cow liver, but you should try chicken's.
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    Postby Hyppo » 25 May 2008 18:03

    My grandmother would fry the liver, and add mushrooms and onions.
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    Postby Bijaz » 25 May 2008 18:05

    Hypatia wrote:My grandmother would fry the liver, and add mushrooms and onions.


    Yes, but which smiley would you choose to express your earlier feelings?
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    Postby Hyppo » 25 May 2008 18:07

    This forum doesn't offer that smiley, so I can't use it.
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    Postby Bijaz » 25 May 2008 18:08

    Hypatia wrote:This forum doesn't offer that smiley, so I can't use it.


    Link?
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    Postby orald » 25 May 2008 18:08

    Pardot Kynes wrote:Also, never, EVER kiss the blarney stone. I heard a group of guys talking about pissing on it when they were drunk one night. I'm fairly sure its a regular occurrence.

    Isn't that also in The White Plague? I know I heard it somewhere.

    Have you tried testicles? The texture is a bit strange, but good nontheless.

    Brain is very nice, smooth...mmm.

    Tongue, sometimes a bit annoying with the muscle fibers that get stuck between your teeth, but when cooked for enough time it's very soft.

    Oh, and I don't touch "sea food". I don't like to even think of those arthropods etc, sorry. Then again, I've never really eaten any meat that isn't kosher(still not planning to eat crabs though :? ).
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    Postby Pardot Kynes » 25 May 2008 18:11

    Rocky Mountain Oysters ftw!
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    Postby orald » 25 May 2008 18:11

    Hypatia wrote:My grandmother would fry the liver, and add mushrooms and onions.

    Oh yes, my mother does that too, at least with the onions, kinda.
    Of course, she roasts(forgot that word earlier, Jews have to slat and roast it to take out most of the blood) it first, then cooks it with onions.

    Do we have a "Foods" thread yet, or just the beer one for all you drunks?
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    Postby Hyppo » 25 May 2008 18:11

    No fish at all, orald? Granted, some of it isn't very tasty and one has to be careful these days of fish that comes from contaminated rivers/lakes, but I'm willing to take chances on good B.C. salmon or whitefish.
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    Postby Mr. Teg » 25 May 2008 18:12

    orald wrote:Oh, and I don't touch "sea food". I've never really eaten any meat that isn't kosher.


    You're missing out on fish tacos :D
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    Postby Mr. Teg » 25 May 2008 18:15

    Hypatia wrote:No fish at all, orald? Granted, some of it isn't very tasty and one has to be careful these days of fish that's contaminated, but I'm willing to take chances on good whitefish.


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    Postby orald » 25 May 2008 18:18

    No, fish are OK(well, most are kosher), though I personally avoid them for fear of bones(really afraid of that shit), just not crustacians, seashells, sea urchins etc.
    Only fish with scales.
    But I won't eat those if I can because I bloody hate insects(fascinating, but creep me out).

    My ex offered me kaviar once in a romantic dinner we had, but though I don't mind fish eggs, I still have(or had) some restraint on non kosher stuff. Gay sex was OK with me though(which I think is worse according to the bible). :lol:
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    Postby Mandy » 25 May 2008 18:22

    :D

    Nah.. I'll eat calf and chicken liver, it's the brains I won't touch.
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