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I've had eel. Caught it wild and cooked it up. Was quite nice.

Roo is good if cooked properly.
Camel is bloody tough. Hated it. Croc was nice.
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Eel. No.
Camel. No.
Crocodile. No.
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I've had alpaca. It's a type of camel. Guinea pig was yum. Croc and emu weren't great. Can't stand the smell of kangaroo. God knows what I was eating in China.
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We entered a BBQ smoking comp a couple of years ago and won the surprise meat category, which was a roo loin. We spiced it up, wrapped it in the pig skin from the shoulder and smoked it for an hour or so, couple of the judges said it was the best roo they'd ever had.

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I avoided KFC in Penang while I was there.

Who knows what their deep frying in that place...
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Yeah I draw the line at bats and Komodo dragons.

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There were alley rats as big as domestic pets roaming around outside.

I couldn't read the menu inside, so I passed...
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-PJ- wrote:I avoided KFC in Penang while I was there.

Who knows what their deep frying in that place...
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Mr Nibbles is unimpressed with talk of eating goat.
But after disposing of his predecessor i can guarantee goat shanks look identical to lamb shanks

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Goat Yes. Every year at the end of Ramadan my wife and I get invited around to a Muslim friends place to share a meal and goat meat is usually the key dish, usually in a variety of curries. Yum!

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Brussel sprouts? I'm normally a decided NO.

But I just ate some in my Youfoodz lunch: https://youfoodz.com/collections/all/pr ... uddha-bowl ... and the maple lemon dressing made it taste vaguely acceptable!
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Well in, fried with bacon not boiled till they’re grey like my mum used to do them

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You could live on it but it tastes like @and$?
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They're okay, won't go out of my way to eat them though

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home grown, tossed in the wok

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Talking to people in a public bathroom. Yes or No?

People at work will talk to colleagues while doing their thing. That’s not for me. Wait until we’re outside, then start talking
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Um no..

Eyes front soldier, zip the lip.
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greeneyed wrote:
October 2, 2017, 12:06 pm
Brussel sprouts? I'm normally a decided NO.

But I just ate some in my Youfoodz lunch: https://youfoodz.com/collections/all/pr ... uddha-bowl ... and the maple lemon dressing made it taste vaguely acceptable!
Only you could get away with a shameless plug like that...

As for talking in the bathroom, its a hard no for me.

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Would you ask the person in the next stall for a square ?

Could you spare a square ?

Sorry. I don't have a square to spare.
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I always check if theres paper, always.



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-PJ- wrote:
January 20, 2020, 4:15 pm
Would you ask the person in the next stall for a square ?

Could you spare a square ?

Sorry. I don't have a square to spare.
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I have only once been caught without paper. In the Middle East. I was ‘in a rush’ to get to the loo, and when I’d finished I looked around, and couldn’t see the paper roll. At the exact moment I realised where I was, a splash came under the wall from the neighbour. It was then I saw the hose attached to the wall.

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