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davo44 Posted on 10/4 15:31
What have you had for Sunday Dinner

(or Lunch)

We had MandS finest chicken, roasties,veg,stuffing and gravy washed down with a fruity cabernet sauvignon. No pud yet - too full

paulo86 Posted on 10/4 15:44
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The falcon at hiltons finest sunday lunch, beef for me today.
You wont find a better sunday lunch (well i havent yet!)
Having stella atrocious now...

nicku Posted on 10/4 16:42
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We are having a late sunday lunch of glazed gammon, roast potatoes and roasted mediteranean vegetables.

jarazinho Posted on 10/4 21:55
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Pheonix,Cinese Rest Manly.
Salt and pepper prawns
Prawn and chilli dumplings.
Chinese veggys.
Hokkien noodles...
BBQ pork bun..

fantastic....bottle of vino to wash down.

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bluetitch Posted on 10/4 23:43
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Cheese and potato pie made with the leftover mash from yesterdays roast lamb dinner.

Outrageous Posted on 10/4 23:44
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Paella, mucho bheno.......

Coleraine_boro Posted on 10/4 23:45
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roast potatoes and roast beef with gravy and peas.lovely jovely.

bluetitch Posted on 10/4 23:49
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What are Hokkien noodles btw?

JSawyers200 Posted on 10/4 23:59
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Made the mistake of letting the kids choose Sunday lunch today so ended up with Sweet Chilli Chicken Deli Sandwich, Medium Fries and Medium Coke while they tucked into a Chicken Nugget Happy Meal each.

All this after spending an hour in The Horse and Jockey (Wacky Warehouse bit) surrounded by about 40 chavs.

Lovely.

RedRooster66 Posted on 11/4 0:03
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Went for the Salmon seasoned with spices, rice, a few tatties, corn on the cob and petit pois with a nice slab of allple crumble and custard for pudding

jarazinho Posted on 11/4 0:21
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Hokkien Noodles...type of asian noodle..thickish one..

Boro_Bizzo Posted on 11/4 4:19
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Nothing :(

SaltburnRed Posted on 11/4 7:09
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What, no Wallaby shyte and chips this week Jarz ? Makes a change for you.

jarazinho Posted on 11/4 23:20
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salty boy..suppose you went for something exotic as usual...another kebab perhaps???

SaltburnRed Posted on 12/4 7:13
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No, leave the shyte to you lot down there. How was the Koala Spunk Sauce this week ? Go well with the crispy Crocodile Testicles and Dingo shyte puree ?

PNGfulham Posted on 12/4 23:11
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OI....SBR......having your zookeeper shove 1/2 a dozen used parmos up ur rectum is about as close you will get to having a decent sunday dinner...


U R A F C F B D moron



key:
the "C" stands for complete
the "B" stands for brain
the "D" stands for dead


u work out the rest.

PNGfulham Posted on 13/4 7:44
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SBR...

u mite know a bit abt crappy brit bands which have got ntg better to do but re-hash old numbers from the stones n beatles..

but u sure dont know abt your food....


this is reflected in your brekky this morning...namely...

a 4 inch long, 8 inch wide baloney sausage with 2 ostridge eggs poached on either side...

finished off with with a chocolate freckle




tht wud be fine
except one is ment to take the dose orally.



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jarazinho Posted on 13/4 7:47
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The girls cooked lamb shanks,roast veggys..last night plus a couple of bottles of penfolds Shiraz....beautifull!!!

SaltburnRed Posted on 13/4 7:53
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Oh I know about good food alright PNG and I know what's shyte - and you lot eat most of it. I assume you lot think we all eat parmos and kebabs and fried shyte all the time, the same as we think you lot live on dingo pooh and kanagroo testicles. Funny how all the best known chefs here are all English, Italian or Indian, can't think of one Australian who anyone listens to.

PNGfulham Posted on 13/4 7:53
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no burger or gash on the menu?...

glad i didnt bother flying down for it...




i thnk i mite smoke whats left of sas's g-string tonite in gilbys honour

jarazinho Posted on 13/4 7:59
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Luke Mangan-cooked all food for recent Danish royal wedding..

Tetsya Wakuda..considered one of the top 10 chefs in the world.

Neil Perry...world class chef...many more....

Ps Richard branson asked Mangan to cook for him and 20 guests for a week on his private Carrabean retreat necktor..also works on the virgin airways menu.

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PNGfulham Posted on 13/4 8:05
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i remember the Floyd (cant remember his first name--mum had a crush on him) tv series and quite liked his shows..


he used to get totally schlaughtered during the cooking and end
up setting off fire sprinklers in hotel rooms or
he went to outback oz and tried to do "jackaroo" steak where
he wrapped up sum kangaroo meat in aluminium foil and wired it to the muffler of one of the cars that the roustabouts were using to muster the cattle....


anyway when they came back it was black cinder....and Floyd got schlaughtered anyway.....much to the amusements of the locals....


but good tv.......Ian Parmenter is an excellent (if odd) chef
who has won awards in france.....



tonite i'm gunna cook tuna steaks (locally caught--fresh, we will have some sashimi ---cost 8 kina/kg = 1 pound 36 p /kg !!)

salad and caucau/pumpkin mash caucau is local sweet potatoe..



listening to that i mite actually eat some of it b4 i write myself off eh jaraz?!




is there a version of "our resturant rules" in the UK?

jarazinho Posted on 13/4 8:06
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sounds good mate..weve got another neighbourhood "hangi"coming up soon!!

SaltburnRed Posted on 13/4 18:42
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I'll take your word for it on the Aussie chefs Jarz cos they're not names people over here know in the way we do our own chefs. If they have any books out over here I'll look for them cos I'm a bit of a cooking buff myself. Probably the most famous English chef at the moment is Jamie Oliver but you've also got the likes of Gordon Ramsey and Gary Rhodes who are "personality" chefs as well as being amongst the best in the world. The bloke PNG is thinking of is the great Keith Floyd, never noted for his quality of cooking but a brilliant guy to watch, he just gets pissed as he cooks.

jarazinho Posted on 13/4 21:19
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To be honest my favourite is Rick Stein..we get his "seafood odyssey"series here on cable..hes very big here,spends alot of time down under..ozzys are mad for fresh seafood etc..crossed with all the great asian flavours so he is very popular here...

davo44 Posted on 13/4 21:57
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If Australia, PNG and down under are so brilliant,so good then why is London full of Aussies , why do all Aussie celebs migrate to the UK as soon as they sniff success? Is it because in reality down under is a sh!!te hole???

jd1973 Posted on 13/4 22:01
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You've obviously never been down under.

Wonderful people, atmosphere, climate, culture, food, cold beer.

If I could persuade the wife that she could cope with only seeing her family once every 10 years instead of every 10 minutes I'd be off like a shot.

Would prefer NZ to Australia - but not really fussy as both fantastic places and far better to bring your kids up than here.

jarazinho Posted on 13/4 22:16
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Davo 44...youve obviously never been here.Most of the ozzys,kiwis etc in the UK are there for there 2 year "walkabout"they work and base themselves generally in London while they travel and explore europe..they will then return down under.If you check out the stats you will find that the amount of British familys wanting to emmigrate down under is up 4 fold!!there must be something that attracts them...thats EMIGRATE..not just a walkabout..as far as the celebs go,its no different than english celebs wanting to get a crack at the USA given half a chance...how old are you??..

read JD1973 post..you might learn something..

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karembeu_ca Posted on 13/4 22:17
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Didn;t I see yesterday that The Wiggles were listed as Australias richest celebs, ahead of Kylie, Kidman, and Crowe ... almost fell off the couch laughing!

Good for them mind, my kids loved them a few years back.

jarazinho Posted on 13/4 22:19
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yes its unbeleivable..there even filling out venues in the USA..there huge with the kids..there even opening up there own theme park!!!!!!!

jarazinho Posted on 13/4 22:21
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Salty..we had the Rick Stein episode recentley where he travels all over the uk checking out all the little "boutique"food businesses,honey from scotland,Lamb from Cornwall,seafood from jersey..etc..etc..very interesting....im quite into my cooking as well mate...who does the cooking at home mate??

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jarazinho Posted on 13/4 22:23
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JD1973....where are u based at the moment mate??

davo44 Posted on 13/4 22:28
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Very touchy are our commonwealth subjects. Never mind when we set them free one day they can remove the chip off the shoulder.

jarazinho Posted on 13/4 22:31
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quite happty to chat with you DAVO44..but lets stick to facts..have you ever been here?.i was just trying to point out to you why there are plenty of young ozzys,kiwis and s africans in London..they all do it its called "walkabout"..after 2/3 years they all return home..very simple...most uk people want to come down under for good..thats a fact..just the way it is..do some research mate..

jarazinho Posted on 13/4 22:34
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Salty...in my line of work we have to do a little sales/marketing etc..take clients out for lagers etc...anyway the bloke next to me took some of his clients down to the sydney fish market..they run a cooking school..2hours after work,some vino,learn some stuff and have a laff..it was great....prepare,cook and finally eat it..happy days..

davo44 Posted on 13/4 22:35
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I have doine some research - I watched an episode of neighbours once.

So if the average convict sorry aussie does 2 years in London then why do all your celebs migrate here - is Australia such a backwater that they need to escape. I mean even half your cricket and rugby players play over here now.

jarazinho Posted on 13/4 22:36
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Just for the record..PNG cooks a great Paella!!thats his speciality....

jarazinho Posted on 13/4 22:38
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The reason why half our cricketers and rugby boys play there is because your clubs throw obscene amounts of money at them because they are the best in the business..your rugby league also signs up kiwis and ozzys left right and centre....i dont see many english cricketers playing down here..why??coz there not good enough..very simple..

jarazinho Posted on 13/4 22:40
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ozzy cricket players have been playing county cricket for generations mate....why do all the uk celebs move to LA????simple..opportunitys....

davo44 Posted on 13/4 22:44
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Why dont our cricketers go down under - same reason yours come here - Oz is pants.

Clearly you're very touchy abouit your heritage and past or you wouldnt be biting so quickly. Dont worry, one day you'll have a history.

jarazinho Posted on 13/4 22:46
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DAVO..your not ver smart mate..i was born in Middlesbrough,i lived there for 20 years..so unlike yourself i have seen both sides of the coin...this is becoming a little boring mate...

jarazinho Posted on 13/4 22:48
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When was the last time u won the ashes davo???1989..what a joke...you even have an ozzy as your national coach i beleive..Rod Marsh..even funnier..

jarazinho Posted on 13/4 22:51
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Salty..ignore DAVO44..dont want to go through all that hoo ha again...lets stick to football and cooking.......

davo44 Posted on 13/4 22:54
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Rod Marsh was working at our academy - hes not national coach. Anyhow this is a football site not a cricket site so lets name 10 world class Aussie footballers of all time .......

1 ERRRR
2 ERRRR
3ERRRRR
4 Give up

Answer - there arent any - 1 or 2 decent ish players - Swarzer,viduka,kewell but none are world class - now lets list English world class footballers of all time - no lets not cos i havent got all night.....you may have been in the Boro 20 years ago but you act like a typical aussie now - chip on each shoulder...

jarazinho Posted on 13/4 23:00
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i am not pretending that Australia has plenty of world class players..we have a sprinkling of top players in England and italy..football is a relativly new game down here..and the ozzys have come on heaps and bounds..like we beat u lot 3-1 at upton park..(and yes we were experimenting as well)football is about 4th choice sport down here as opposed to England..you boys invented the game yet have been underachievers now for many years!!!like i said u started off by slagging ozz when youve never even been here..dont make me laff.now ur pratting on about football..whats next mate...your boring me now..u should get out a bit more....

jarazinho Posted on 13/4 23:03
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anyway lets stick to food..we had jamies school dinners last night on tv..saw the crap that u lot still feed your poor kids!!!

thank god somebody is doing something about it..

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jarazinho Posted on 13/4 23:17
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hoof

bluetitch Posted on 13/4 23:41
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Reclining on my chaise longue t'other day, cruising the channels, up popped the guy who does the snake and crocodile programmes. Apparently he was doing something for American t.v. and his guest stars were The Wiggles. Who ARE they?

RedRooster66 Posted on 13/4 23:44
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Its wednesday!!!

Borobabe_09 Posted on 13/4 23:50
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I cant remember what I had last night never mind Sunday!

PNGfulham Posted on 14/4 0:32
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i think davo44 is actually SBR in disguise...


its exactly the same dialogue





anyway jaraz...u forgot to mention the beef spinach curry...
dont mind a bit of tht.....


got a bit jarazzed last nite btw.....bed around 4ish i thnk



anyway Keith Floyd...thats it.....i remember he got a new wife once and she made him stop drinking.....the shows turned into a monotonous bore.......after abt 10 months i thnk they broke up and he got back on the piss and tried to play catch up....

never really made it back again.....i thnk that 10 months aged him 10 years





Tim Cahill is far and away the best aussie player running around at the moment.

jarazinho Posted on 14/4 2:10
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yes..your spinach curry was first class mate..

jarazinho Posted on 14/4 3:50
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Wiggles=group of 5 guys who sing and perform for kids..3-6 yr olds i would say..big in ozz,big in the US all multi millionaires for singing silly little songs!!!!!!still the tiny tots love them..

Timboi Posted on 14/4 3:51
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PNG and Jarz - I'm actually glad you guys hijacked this thread because, and no offense davo, the subject was a bit on the inane side (right up there with 'what are you drinking?').

jarazinho Posted on 14/4 4:33
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Timboi..spot on mate..boring title,however salty boy and i started to have a half decent conversation re cooking etc..until that bogan/dick***d DAVO 44 started pratting on about cra* he knows nothing about...

PNGfulham Posted on 14/4 5:41
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yeah Timboi..nice one.....i have found myself agreeing with you
a number of times now on various threads...

not sure where you are from or which country you are residing currently but it doesnt really matter does it...












so pushing the envelope....


whats your view on handing out ecstasy pills to hobos unintentionally?













p.s. i thnk jaraz and sbr are long time bumchums from the old nunthorp days........i feel used

jarazinho Posted on 14/4 6:22
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Timboi is in ozz mate..

jarazinho Posted on 14/4 6:27
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PNG..when u get up to Killcare mate..well have a "hangi" in your honour mate..start digging 5am..put food down about midday...up again about 6pm...a few quiet ones inbetween..what do u reckon??

jarazinho Posted on 14/4 6:29
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hey png..did cath ever hit u over the head with the paella pan??

SaltburnRed Posted on 14/4 6:47
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Hey Davo, what you doing getting these blokes narked for, that's my job. It isn't me PNG, believe me.

Actually the only point he made ( I think ) I want to go back to is that we get zilch coverage of any domestic cricket in Australia over here so we can only assume it's not that strong, which I find a bit difficult to believe. I know the general standards at county cricket level here are fairly high. Mate of mine right through school, college and uni went on to get a contract at Northamptonshire when he graduated having been probably the top all round sportsman in the area of his time but especialy good at cricket. In the years he was there he hardly got a game although that might be something to do with being a specialist fast bowler and the fact that they had a certain Curtly Ambrose as first choice at the tail end of his career. Eventually I think he gave up and went back into chemical engineering. I'd imagine our county cricket sides pay more than your domestic sides.

Although I'm not a huge cricket fan, I was persuaded to go and see Durham's first class debut in the 90's and they had one Dean Jones in the side - Aussie legend I'm led to believe.

I'm the main cook in the house Jarz, wife's limit is probably doing the odd spag bol or mince and potato pie. I've started specialising in fish after buying a book by.....the one and only Rick Stein. Top bloke, we watch his Food Heroes show on BBC2 on a Monday night. Wife is a bit hard to cook for when it comes to meat cos she only eats chicken and various kinds of mince, she won't touch beef, lamb or pork, anything like that. So fish is always a good choice. We're not blessed with the range of fresh fish you can get hold of but I try and do different things when i can. One of our best mates is a professional Italian chef so I get loads of good tips from him but I pap myself when cooking for a dinner party and he's there. Best mate slaughtered me for my cooking efforts at my wedding in his best man speech but then had to make a swift apology cos hardly anyone realised he was taking the piss and people were refusing our invitations for meals.

PNGfulham Posted on 14/4 6:49
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jaraz....i do have a number of unexplained lumps on my noggen...


luckily all above the hairline.....



the hangi sounds tempting but dangerous....

u know just as well as i do that there exists a sizable percentage of the population down there that couldnt think of anything better than to have me accidentally fall into the hangi pit and be cooked up with the barra/lamb and bananas...



if i do make it down there next and the girls start
lavishing me with overflowing mugfuls of mac wearing ntg more than g-strings.....well thats when i must regather my thoughts and have all my wits about me...

SaltburnRed Posted on 14/4 7:06
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You didn't get the job in London then PNG ? Bloody hell, reading this you do wonder why that might be.

jarazinho Posted on 14/4 7:09
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The thing is with the cricket seasons..people like Warny,jones,bevan,,leeman etc..etc..have bben able to "double"up play in our summer than yours..therefore killing it financially..on the cooking front i suppose we share the boring "meat and 3 vegg" for the little one..then i like to give something special a crack every now and then..and yes fish is so easy,steam,grill etc..love it...i think we would probably have a wider variety,prawns,scallops etc..but i think you guys still get some pretty fresh stuff....because we have plenty of greeks,italians,vietnamese etc in sydney theres always demand for occy,crabs etc.....Rick Stein is definately the king!!!ps i love cooking the old boulibaisse just chuck loads of seafood in a pot and make a stew-brilliant..

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SaltburnRed Posted on 14/4 7:45
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Don't get me wrong, you can get good fresh stuff here and it's becoming more widely available all the time but you still have to seek out special shops to get certain things. There's a good bloke in Saltburn who sells a good range and top quality, just a little shop tucked away in one of the side streets. I tend to go for oven baked rather than stewed or steamed, cod with parma ham being my speciality. Getting into doing scallops more recently and they went down well. I want to try more meat dishes and the wife has said I should still do them when we have people round, she'll just do a veggie or fish substitute instead of the meat. You can't do special meals every night, I get my fair share of basic stuff although we avoid chips altogether apart from the odd takeaway. The only things I fry are the odd egg and schnitzel.

davo44 Posted on 14/4 17:49
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SBR - I just love winding the antipodeans up. They bite so easily. Every one of them Ive met goes opn about how great it is down under and how great Oz is but they have huge chips on their shoulders. No culture,no history,no decent beer,and women like dogs.

The fact that jarazinho was posting 2 replies to one post shows how tetchy they are.

I still reckon if Oz is so great why dont they all fck off back there and leave us in peace.

jarazinho Posted on 14/4 21:43
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I hear what your saying Salty....(im finding it hard to ignore that ignorant,un-educated tvvat Davo 44 by the way..)anyway back to cooking..i hear what your saying about the produce,i suppose its like any big city/small town..if i was say 3 or 4 hours away from Sydney i would struggle a little regarding getting hold of certain things...so im quite lucky on that front..with Sydney basically being full of immigrants you can generally find anything,ingreiant wise.I suppose because 90%of all ozzys live near the coast,they are all mad seafood lovers,theres an old bloke round the corner from me who sells veggys from the side of the road and then prawns and cod out of an esky(cooler box)in the back of his van..there fantastic..farmed locally..apart from the barby..we only give meat a real crack during winter..just to warm otherwise,Carry on with the scallops...i love them..i quite like making a little "dipping type sauce" to go with anything really..coriander,fish sauce,chilli,garlic,little brown sugar..a bit hot..but as long as you dont smother prawns,scallops etc in it...tastes great!...if u go on google check out Kylie Kwong..chinese/ozzy chef she has some great recipes..

jarazinho Posted on 14/4 21:58
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DAVO 44..every one of them that youve met??u mean all 2 of them..what part of Australia have u visited??thought so....no culture..women like dogs...with comments like that you are really showing me how thick you really are....now run along child...

davo44 Posted on 14/4 22:08
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Still biting ,tut tut.

jarazinho Posted on 14/4 22:09
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Hey Salty...got a very simple recipe for you,its actually one of J olivers..really simple..really quick..i hate spending too much time slaving away if you have mates over so this is a good one....

Take one medium/large baking tray...place 4 boneless salmon fillets in,sprinkle a little olive oil,salt pepper etc..then just surround the fish with string grean beans,olives,some chunks of garlic..mushrooms if u want and stick in a hot oven for about 25 mins..maybe a little less..just check on it after about 20 mins..dead simple..dead tasty....ps..forgot..sprinkle some chopped coriander over the fish about two minutes before you pull it out of oven..The good thing with this one is everything basically takes the same amount of time to cook..so u dont have to do the old juggling act!!

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jarazinho Posted on 14/4 22:11
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actually trying to have a civil discussion with salty boy..dont u have to run to the fish and chip shop for your mam??

davo44 Posted on 14/4 22:14
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Be a miracle if I had to , shes been dead 15 years.

jarazinho Posted on 14/4 22:15
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what about your dad then??

davo44 Posted on 14/4 22:17
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Be cold by the time I got them there, he lives 350 miles away.

jarazinho Posted on 14/4 22:21
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maybe just go for the run then mate..clear those cobwebs that are clogging up your brain.....

jarazinho Posted on 14/4 23:42
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hoof

PNGfulham Posted on 15/4 2:14
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the best is using the bbq...



grilled salmon cutlets on the bbq
with bit of salad......takes no time
and much nicer outside than in kitchen



we are not allowed to have the above dish with chips tho
because apparently they are ment to be kept on
our shoulders for balancing reasons..

not like the fkn pommy mutes who stuff themselves
brainless with the fkn shtty fkn little thngs eh davo


U F C F MORON

jarazinho Posted on 15/4 2:18
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ignore davo44..bit of a pratt...not very smart...salty boy has been on his best behaviour...baloney/bulls*** nowhere to be seen thank god...

jarazinho Posted on 15/4 2:20
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ur boys have port adelaide this w/end..what do u reckon??

neiltrodden Posted on 15/4 2:25
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2005 Award for Most Distinctive Posting Style goes to PNGfulham!

And can I say, these threads with j and png on are like the underground of fmttm. They only come out at night!

neiltrodden Posted on 15/4 2:27
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I don't like chips.

jarazinho Posted on 15/4 2:39
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Friday lunchtime here..almost beer o clock!!!!

neiltrodden Posted on 15/4 2:45
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Well, I'm winding down here............

PNGfulham Posted on 15/4 3:03
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i'm not sure if tht award is good or bad neiltrodden....


however i actually post in 3 distinctly different styles..


a) hungover (mornings)
b) sober (midday)
c) pissed agn (arvos)

sometimes all of the above....if thats possible?



carlton will get totalled by P.a. jaraz....ntg more certain..


and its lunchtime here too......

gunna go and tie down the hobie.....if it is still there
big bloody PNG Guba hitting town

jarazinho Posted on 15/4 5:12
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PNG...are u winding down or revving up???

PNGfulham Posted on 15/4 6:47
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mate...its a total black out here..


60 knots torrential rain....

bit like saltburn on a good day !!



just gunna head to the yachtie assess the damage in the marina

then to a tapas bar watch coll v ess

mite go to a club....cos the raskols dont like the rain..

shud be a raskol free nite !!!


mind u there a trees down everywhere...

so roads prob blocked with raskols waiting in the bushes for ambush

SaltburnRed Posted on 15/4 6:57
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Never thought i'd be swapping recipes with someone on this board but thatnks all the same Jarz, if that's one of Olivers then I've probably already got it cos I've got all of his books. Trying a new chinese place in town tomorrow which has a lot to live up to. The restaurant which was there before was a Greek/Meditterean place run by one family from Cyprus. It was, without doubt, the finest place in the area with a great relaxed atmosphere and fantastic reasonably priced ( but not cheap ) food. Sadly the family moved back to Cyprus, they stayed here for about 20 years but decided that once the kids had left school and moved out of the family home, they would retire back home, which you can understand. The new owners have turned it into a chinese place and it won't be as good, we know that but you have to give these places a try.

This is not me having a go right ( I got bored with all the slagging off, I'll now leave that to my apprentice Davo ) but it's not really true to suggest that Aussies come over here as part of their "walkabout" and all bugger off back to Oz after a year or two. In my work I'm aware of just who is setting up new businesses in this country and there are an enormous amount of Aussies applying for national insurance numbers and then trying to set up new businesses here, so much so that there's a big agency in London just to cater for their accountancy and tax needs. It's not just a case of setting up to make a quick buck and then buggering off ( although a few have done but made a mess of it and now can't set foot in this country ever again ), these guys are settling down here for good. Yes I accept that eventually they will probably move back home but with ours being such a massive economy compared to the opportunities at home, plenty of Aussies are finding that this is the more attractive place to live at the moment.

PNGfulham Posted on 15/4 7:30
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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come on SBR.....



ask jaraz if he got battered about the ring by his mate Tszyu
at lunchtime today.......or somethng like that

makes for much better spectator sport when the 2 of you are going hammer and tong....


mind u i thnk that last little paragraph will be enuf for him
to crank up a few gears into the combat zone...





ava a good one.......i'm off to row myself home....

Obi1KenobiNil Posted on 15/4 7:55
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Well, Jarz, did you beat the banning order ?

Salty, check out the new Aussie wind up thread and tell me you still want to be civilised with these blokes when that name at the end enters your brain. I challenge you not to lose it again.

davo44 Posted on 15/4 18:50
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

I reckon you antipodeans are vampires and only come out at night. Swapping recipes, is that your national sport- pair of girlies.

jd1973 Posted on 15/4 20:00
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Jarazinho...

Bit late with my reply on this one.

I'm in Teesside at the mo (Eaglescliffe to be precise), it's 8pm, peeing it down and freezing - and its fooking mid April!

Where are you at? I spent a month in NZ and Sydney over the winter, had a great time, and as I said if I could persuade the wife...

When we got back I began the application process to move over there, thinking she'd love the idea. It cost 150 notes, and when she found out she went mental. Still, we are only young so plenty of time to talk her round.

Sunday lunch this week is still to be decided.

davo44 Posted on 15/4 22:33
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

bugger off back down under and take this weather with you.

This guy walks into a bar in wogga wogga new south wales and orders a white wine. Everybody sitting around the bar looks up, surprised, and the bartender looks around and says: "You ain't from around here, are ya... where ya from, boy?"

The guy says, "I'm from Sydney."

The bartender asks, "What th' hell you do in Sydney?"

The guy responds, "I'm a taxidermist."

The bartender asks, "A taxidermist... now just what th' hell is a taxidermist?"

The guy says "I mount animals."

The bartender grins and shouts out to the whole bar, "It's OK boys, he's one of us!"

davo44 Posted on 15/4 23:00
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

What do you call an Australian with a sheep under one arm and a goat under the other?





Bisexual.

davo44 Posted on 15/4 23:01
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Australian foreplay - "Brace yerself Sheila.

davo44 Posted on 15/4 23:04
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

What's the difference between Aussies and pigs?

Pigs don't turn into Aussies when they drink.


What's the difference between an Australian and a computer?

You only have to punch information into a computer once.


Why do birds fly upside down over Australia?

It's not worth shitting on.


Why was the Christ child not born in Australia?


You'd have a job finding three wise men, much less a virgin!!

What do you call a field full of Australians?


A vacant lot.

davo44 Posted on 15/4 23:06
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Most Australians aren't too good at history. For example, they think Gandhi's first name was Goosey Goosey.



How do you define 144 Australians?


Gross stupidity.

The Aussie pilot, when asked for his height and position, replied, "I'm 5'11 and sitting in the front seat".



What do you call an Aussie who scores well in an IQ test?


A cheat.

An Aussie is proof that God has a sense of humour.

davo44 Posted on 15/4 23:08
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Most Australians aren't too good at history. For example, they think Gandhi's first name was Goosey Goosey.



How do you define 144 Australians?


Gross stupidity.

The Aussie pilot, when asked for his height and position, replied, "I'm 5'11 and sitting in the front seat".



What do you call an Aussie who scores well in an IQ test?


A cheat.

An Aussie is proof that God has a sense of humour.



What do you call an Aussie with half a brain?


Gifted.

If Santa Claus, a smart Aussie and a dumb blonde were in a room, and you tossed in a hundred dollar note, who would grab it first?


The blonde - the other two don't exist.

How many Aussies does it take to make chocolate chip cookies?


Ten. One to make the batter, and nine to peel the Smarties.

What should you do if an Aussie throws a grenade at you.


Pull the pin and throw it back.

Did you hear about the Aussie who had a brain transplant?


The brain rejected him a week later.

What's the difference between yoghurt and Australians?


At least yoghurt starts with a little culture.

An Englishman wanted to become an Irishman, so he visited a doctor to find out how to go about this. "Well" said the doctor, "this is a very delicate operation and there is a lot that can go wrong. I will have to remove half your brain". "That's OK" said the Englishman. "I've always wanted to be Irish and I'm prepared to take the risk". The operation went ahead but the Englishman woke to find a look of horror on the face of the doctor. "I'm so terribly sorry!!" the doctor said. "Instead of removing half the brain, I've taken the whole brain out". The patient replied, "No worries, mate!!"



What does an Australian girl use for protection during sex?


A bus shelter.

Newsflash!! Paul Keating's library burned down at the weekend and two books were destroyed! The real tragedy was that he hadn't finished colouring in one of them.



There's a Japanese firm that has developed a camera with a shutter speed so fast it can actually catch an Aussie with his mouth shut.

Timboi Posted on 15/4 23:15
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

davo - you're sounding like one of those annoying cnuts who keeps baiting people until you get a slap then complains that 'there was no need for that'. Let it go - you'll be happier for it in the end.

davo44 Posted on 16/4 11:41
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Feel free to slap me. I wont complain. I'll just slap you back harder

davo44 Posted on 16/4 15:14
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Nearly a hundred without trying.

Anyone care to dip it over the century??

Shaun71 Posted on 16/4 15:15
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

One hundreeeeeeeeeedddddddddddddd up

davo44 Posted on 16/4 23:01
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

A ton - I got a ton ....wayhay

SaltburnRed Posted on 17/4 17:58
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Davo, you been raiding an Aussie joke site or something ? No sign of a bite from the lads yet, you won't get one until Monday at the earliest, if at all.

davo44 Posted on 17/4 20:04
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Better have an early nite to build up my strength for the affray then...

Obi1KenobiNil Posted on 17/4 21:32
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

The thing is Davo, there are people like JD who go to Oz and like the place so it's worth considering that when argueing with blokes like Jarz, who only sees things from his own point of view. Worth considering also that there are just as many people who come back from there thinking the weather might be nice but there's not much else to make you want to live there. I know personally about a dozen people who've been to Oz. Not a huge number I know but they're different sort of people and it's fair to say they represent a fair cross section of the British public ( apart from the poor folks who could never afford the flight but then they could always nick something and get shipped over - but I digress ). Anyhow, I reckon only two or three said they would ever actually want to live there, the others either said it was a nice place but it's not for them or didn't have much good to say at all although i can only remember one saying they hated the place and I think they went on an outback holiday and saw nothing but dust for 3 weeks.

I probably will head over there one day, after the more interesting countries in this world have been done and, believe me, there are a good number on the list before Oz. I will go with an open mind and make my own opinions about the place. Thing is, if I come back and think it's a shithole, will Jarz accept it. Now there's a thing.

jarazinho Posted on 18/4 0:32
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Davo44...you ask if we are vampires..coz we only come out at night...

well listen carefully and i will explain something to you..have you heard of time difference??do u think that if its 11am in Middlesbrough then it must be 11am all over the orld??...our day is your night..god you really are thick!!!!!

jarazinho Posted on 18/4 0:34
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

salty..your wasting your time mate..the thick tvvat doesnt understand how the "world clock"works!!

jarazinho Posted on 18/4 0:37
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

OBI..yes i will definately respect your opinion..because it would have been based on your actual experience down here..not on he said,she said etc...

PNGfulham Posted on 18/4 1:02
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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i can just imagine one of your thick friends Obi...

flying all the way to australia and living in the desert for 3 weeks


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thts so fkn stoopid !!!!!!





U F C moron.....



and they were surprised they didnt have a good time i bet...



Oh dear, fk me dead......i've heard it all now..







U R A sick little F head from Hell......in need of serious help..




poor fkr

PNGfulham Posted on 18/4 1:14
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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good pommy home grown tucker...







A LONDON restaurant is selling hamburgers made of New Zealand beef for $134 each.

The burgers, made from meat from cattle of the Japanese wagyu breed, come with fries, and are being sold at the Zuma restaurant in fashionable Knightsbridge.
A restaurant spokeswoman said: "Our wagyu beef comes from New Zealand, where the cows are reared on beer and massaged until they weigh three-quarters of a tonne, more than double the weight of an average cow."

Zuma owner Rainer Becker said he introduced the burger after a request from actor Pierce Brosnan, who ordered wagyu beef while the two dined in Japan.

The burgers work out at $9 a bite, or $559/kg for the beef.




interesting they import this high quality breed which has been
hand fed and pampered ......but they still gotta have it with chips......


Bunch of F B D morons the lot of them.

PNGfulham Posted on 18/4 1:23
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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got a good resort for you to stay when u get down here Obi...





the Royal Mental Institute of Australia.....




u shud get along fine cos there are plenty of LOONIES in
there just like you.....




enjoy !

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PNGfulham Posted on 18/4 1:30
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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Websters:

defn...

davo44: a small and insignificant nuisance.

jarazinho Posted on 18/4 2:00
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

JD1973....hi mate,im in Sydney,have been here 10 years now..spent 5 years in NZ..mainly Wellington..loved the place..loved Wanaka and the snow,Christchurch greatlittle city..no complaints whatsoever..i ended up getting my citizenship which was a result...whereabout were you mate???

jarazinho Posted on 18/4 4:19
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

OBI...curious..what would be your top 5 places to visit at the moment?..thinking of a trip myself..was wondering where you were thinking of.???.

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Timboi Posted on 18/4 4:24
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

I'd happily take any critisism about Oz if it was justified. Yes, it does have it's own problems but alot of the critisism on this board has no base or is just hearsay.
It's fairly obvious davo actually raided an irish joke book and just substituted the word 'Irishmen' for 'Aussie'. You must have gone to alot of trouble there davo - shame, really.
If you are going to see Australia, don't do it on one of 'The Oz Experience' tour buses - you'll have fun but you'll find out as much about Australia as if you went to the Costa del Sol.

jarazinho Posted on 18/4 5:27
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Timboi..your wasting your time mate..davo44 has never been to ozz and by his comments on this thread he must be extremely thick!!!!

SaltburnRed Posted on 18/4 6:49
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Jarz, I think Davo knows about the time difference, it's a joke for heavens sake. You keep giving people like Davo the ammo and he'll keep coming back. Have a think about it.

I'll happily accept that some criticism of Oz isn't justified although as long as you boys keep dishing it out in the other direction, the piss taking will keep coming and coming. Maybe you could take PNG away for a bit.

jarazinho Posted on 18/4 6:53
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Salty boy....have you been on the grog...have just scrolled back through this thread..thought it was going along quite nicely until davo44 starting acting like a turkey..

SaltburnRed Posted on 18/4 7:07
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Just pointing out that people on here have been known to make jokes and a good few seem to sail right over you lot so we get the kind of response to the "only come out at night" jibe that you gave. I think everyone on here knows about the time difference Jarz.

jarazinho Posted on 18/4 7:09
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

well ill tell you what..i reckon that theres plenty of people on here who wouldnt know whether Australia was 9 hours ahead or behind...most of them wouldnt know the capital city of Australia...

SaltburnRed Posted on 18/4 7:51
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

But I doubt if most of them care that much. Truth be told I thought you lot were 11 hours ahead. And why the hell have a capital city with no reason for visiting it when you've got Sydney and Melbourne. Makes no sense.

jarazinho Posted on 18/4 7:57
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

time difference,seasons,clocks change mate..different in winter to summer..

PNGfulham Posted on 18/4 8:23
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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rrrr .. thts better....i can sit back, relax and watch now...

without having to stoke the fire...






timboi......i thnk davo would quite like one of those oz experience tours.........

hell knows..he may score one of the grannies on the back seat...(if he brushes up on his knitting that is)




SBR...do u know Obi..? would one of his friends really be that dumb
to go camping with wife and 2 kids in the middle of the desert with a 3 man tent ...


it doesnt make sense......

you were talking about going over the top.......
yeah sure...missed that one..



i wonder what his expectations were......a nice oasis, with palm trees......a few egyptian harems perhaps...? dont understand?



its like me going to saltburn in the winter and looking for that
point break at saltburn beach with boardshorts, no wetty and expecting some georgeous topless sun lovers...

SaltburnRed Posted on 18/4 8:23
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Here's me thinking we were the only ones who messed about with our time twice a year.

PNGfulham Posted on 18/4 8:39
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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unless you have a defineate view on the unintentional handing out of ecstacy pills to hobos then i really think you lack credibility

PNGfulham Posted on 18/4 9:24
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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hoof.....owwww.......











(its SBR's disorientated horse everyone----no need for concern)

davo44 Posted on 18/4 18:03
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

You convicts really are deluded arent you. Whata cheek coming on an English football sight and acting as if you own the place- typical bloody aussies,you spread quicker than a dose of the clap.

Actually I didnt go on an Irish joke site and substitute auusie -there is a site dedicated to Aussie jokes !!!!!!

If you dont want people interjecting into your discussion then fck off elsewhere to your own site and we wont bother you.Either that or post something of interest and we'll stop taking the pss.

jd1973 Posted on 18/4 19:40
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Hi Jarazhino,

Spent 4 nights in the North Islnad, and 2 weeks travelling around the SI. Loved the whole lot really, with Wanaka, Te Anau, Queenstown up at the top of the list. Liked the feel of Christchurch and could live there as the place seems to have everything.

Then spent 12 nights in Sydney over Xmas and NY.

Had a fantastic time - been to many places around the worls but have to say SI is definitely tops, so planning my next visit over there in 18 months.

jarazinho Posted on 18/4 23:03
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

DAVO44.....tough talking tiger..i know your a bit thick but www stands for world wide web...not just for u blokes in the boro..thick tvvat!!

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jarazinho Posted on 18/4 23:05
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

JD1973....yep..the south island is unbeleivable..Christchurch i could live there one day....yep NZ really is the dogs boll**!!!

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Timboi Posted on 18/4 23:48
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

davo, davo, davo

"Either that or post something of interest and we'll stop taking the pss.". What, like 'what have you had for Sunday dinner'? ;)
I think the whole taking the pss thing is a reciprocal arrangement - and it does have it's enjoyable moments. The trouble with written banter is it's hard to know exactly how it's intended, and that can make it twice as funny.
I didn't realise that FMTTM had international boundaries - it's a complicated world we live in. . . .

Naughtybooboo Posted on 18/4 23:58
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

To get "your" and "you're" wrong when calling someone "thick" twice in the same sentence is truly brilliant.

Or am i missing something because it's written banter?

PNGfulham Posted on 19/4 0:19
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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Last sundays dinner..
i had a left over "salad" from a saturday bbq


it was made by a german mate here...

it had --

chopped up tinned sausages..
diced tasty chedder
tinned sweetcorn
chopped up chilli
garlic
vinegar



v v strange...........good for a hangover anyway

jarazinho Posted on 19/4 1:33
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Sorry about spelling naughty boy..unlike yourselves ..its mid morning here..at work..trying to do 3 things at once..apologies for spelling error...did not realise that you were working for the spelling police....ever heard of a place called Darfur mate???

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jarazinho Posted on 19/4 1:45
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

DAVO44....god you prat on a bit...tell you what..you just let us all know what we are allowed to talk about and we will revert!!!get rid of your blinkers and your archaic attitude....turkey..

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PNGfulham Posted on 19/4 2:06
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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he wants to talk about sunday dinners jaraz....








it is really important to him that he knows what u had for sunday dinner.




he wont be able to sleep at nite (which is now for him --so he is probably staying up waiting for you to post your sunday meal whislt holding onto his midnite sausage)





put him out of his misery jaraz........tell him about your
sunday dinner

jarazinho Posted on 19/4 4:32
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

PNG..how ya going mate??long weekend coming up..ANZAC day...Sas will be around..was thinking of doing a huge paella mate...theres a flag raising ceremony at the hardys bay rry at dawn..then the gee gees at Gosford..family race day..followed by 2 up under the yum yum trees with a few schooners..what could be better mate????

PNGfulham Posted on 19/4 4:49
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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we have the day off here too i just found out..

they have moved PNG's rememberance day to make it on same day as ANZAC day...


was planning to go to a beach resort called Nusa is. retreat on an island called Kavieng island....


surfing/fishing/swimming/canoeing/exploring etc etc...


was gunna go with the crazy german guy i mentioned above and his g/frnd........see how we go.....

either way moresby is fun on anzac day.......

sunrise service at the war cemetry..
then off to play two up all day on the aussie beers..(and rum)

jarazinho Posted on 19/4 4:53
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

good boy..sounds great..

PNGfulham Posted on 19/4 5:00
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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also pass onto sas that i still have her g-string....



its sitting in my toolbox...

SaltburnRed Posted on 19/4 6:40
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Does your boss know you're spending most of your working day fannying about on this site Jarz ? Workshy git, more like an Aussie every day. The other two things he's juggling as well as rambling away on this site are downloading porn and proof reading PNG's new website for the Sydney branch of his gorilla pimping setup.

PNGfulham Posted on 19/4 7:16
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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be careful SBR......some of us aussies can do more than 1 thing at the same time....


I'm not reccomending you attempt that of course....


he's got a pretty good job 2 btw.....


(altho i'm not sure how long it will last eh jaraz!! and thts got ntg to do with the man himself)

Obi1KenobiNil Posted on 19/4 7:49
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Yes I know you Aussies have now mastered the art of having a shyte and a piss at the same time, well done people.

Obi1KenobiNil Posted on 19/4 7:55
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

By the way, is a good job in Oz one that pays in money and not chickens and doesn't involve going home with your arse-hole looking like the Grand Canyon ? I'd always figured that was the case over there. Actually, I think Jarz would probably be happy with the cash but insisted on the "arse as Grand Canyon" option still be included in his contract when he took the job.

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PNGfulham Posted on 19/4 8:15
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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sure we can piss and dump at the same time...




but u guys wank and dump at the same time...




hahaha u fk head obi

Obi1KenobiNil Posted on 19/4 8:27
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Having a dump or, as you guys call it, talking. The amount of shyte that comes out of your mouth, it's hard to tell the difference.

By the way, you stopped eating folks down your way yet ?

PNGfulham Posted on 19/4 8:28
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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good job in aussie is a bouncer at irish bars and/or aussie brothels......




doesnt pay much but up get to smack the bejeaezus out of drunken pommy louts who have lost their way....

job satisfaction sometimes rules....





another good one is the surf life savers at bondi, manly bch or anywhere in aust really....


apart from looking after the girls (aussies brazillians spanish and yes even pommies---we dont mind pounding all the pommies that cum here mate) ..... u get to watch all the drunken fat (pommy) lobsters break their necks on the beach break......

poor sods........they just drift out to sea and rot away



F you C head

PNGfulham Posted on 19/4 8:36
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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no......Obi.......i'm actually typing....



typing.....



not talking......






using a keyboard my friend..........thats the funny thing in front of you with all these little buttons on it ....


yours is a little more gooey and covered in puss than most but it is still technically a keyboard....


maintenance tip:

dont stop looking at all those male butthole sites else
the keyboard may harden and it will set like concrete..

jarazinho Posted on 20/4 1:38
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

OBI_TALKS_BALONEY...what exactley was the problem with answering my simple question regarding your holiday ideas??i thought it was a sensible question....thought you might have come back with some interesting comments.....maybe u just hadnt had chance to browse through the Butlins brochure.......oh dear..

Obi1KenobiNil Posted on 20/4 6:32
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Boring. Go bother someone else convict. If you want travel tales, start one up for people who give a toss.

jarazinho Posted on 20/4 6:51
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

guessed u would come back with some drivel like that..oh well guess all your butlins tales would be a little boring anyway....!!

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SaltburnRed Posted on 20/4 7:01
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Predictable, shyte, boring and irritating. You really need to get some new material Jarz, stand up to this kind of thing more, it'd be far more entertaining.

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jarazinho Posted on 20/4 7:15
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

predictable,boring,shyte and irritating...think youre describing your annual summer adventure there salty boy...dont u have a job to go to??or are you stuffing another 4 bacon buttys down your gullet??

PNGfulham Posted on 21/4 4:07
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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on a more serene note....


walked outside the building this morning
and met a guy selling freshly caught (this morning)lobsters


bought 3 of them for 50 kina (8 pounds 50p)


happy days....looking fwd to dinner tonite...


if u dont hear from me tomorrow
i've got seafood poisoning again..

jarazinho Posted on 21/4 4:11
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Thats the life PNG..good onya mate..sounds great..sunset over the harbour,coupla bottles vino,freshly caught Lobby...what could be better???beats lining up at the saltburn chippy for chips,scraps and a bottle of lucazade!!!...actually i just went for lunch with Gilby,Martin pl sushi train..we had a couple of lobster hand rolls washed down with some Asahi...very nice..

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jarazinho Posted on 21/4 4:18
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

How are you going to cook them??..dont smother them with crap..grill,lemon,pepper..happy days.....

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PNGfulham Posted on 21/4 4:22
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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well... thats one side of PNG...

driving in to work after putting the lobbies in the fridge

i ended up behind a local copper on a brand new aussie funded white sparkling police motor bike


he was constantly spraying red betel nut spittle out of his mouth in a 180 degree arc .........




5 minutes later it looked like he was driving a red ferrari

PNGfulham Posted on 21/4 4:43
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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your right......

i was thinking of boiling one of them....



but grilled is defineately the way to go...

mite boil the legs etc......grill the tails

Obi1KenobiNil Posted on 21/4 6:38
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Last I heard, people here whose main job isn't the morning paper round don't have to leave for work that early. One day you might get promoted Jarz and the newsagent will let you do the afternoon shift.

jarazinho Posted on 21/4 6:46
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

its always an early start for me and png mate..thats just the nature of the business....early bird/worm etc..

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Obi1KenobiNil Posted on 21/4 6:52
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

I think you're supposed to be going to work, not catching stuff for your next barbie.

jarazinho Posted on 21/4 6:54
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

What you going on about obi??we are at work...long hours down here mate 6am till 5pm..swim/or gym at lunch time..

PNGfulham Posted on 21/4 7:07
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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i can just imagine you squeezing your worm into some early bird Obi..



a rooster maybe

Obi1KenobiNil Posted on 21/4 7:21
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Well, choose to live in what is virtually a third world country and you'll get long hours in sweatshop conditions.

jarazinho Posted on 21/4 7:27
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

3rd world...your dreaming mate....

Obi1KenobiNil Posted on 21/4 7:33
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Oh right, fair enough, you'll be a third world nation in a few years when you've progressed a bit.

jarazinho Posted on 21/4 7:35
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

not being funny...but plenty of people reckon you lot have allready gone to the dogs..thats why there all trying to get the hell out of there to places like canada,ozz and nz...

Obi1KenobiNil Posted on 21/4 7:43
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Still the 4th largest economy in the world mate, unlike your backwater. Me thinks you're talking out of your arse again.

jarazinho Posted on 21/4 7:45
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

How come the amount of people looking to emmigrate is up 4 fold????take your blinkers of mate..

jarazinho Posted on 21/4 7:47
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

i was back about 18 months ago...it had definately gone to the dogs!!!!!!

PNGfulham Posted on 21/4 7:54
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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PNG is a third world country....

and its much nicer than england..




warm weather
excellent fishing
beautiful islands
great football team
easy life style


and its parmo free !

jarazinho Posted on 21/4 7:55
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

what about the world class diving??

jarazinho Posted on 21/4 8:01
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

OBI-BALONEY..wheres your dopey mate salty???suppose hes stuffing bacon buttys down his gullet....

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PNGfulham Posted on 21/4 8:19
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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sorry jaraz forgot the PNG diving....(silly git arnt I---talking to the mutes on this board is affecting my brain)

both types are v good...



SCUBA:
sights: ship and plane wrecks from WWII,
visibility: not bad vis on a good day,
marine life: excellent marine life -- massive schools to colourful reef fish,
availability: good accessibility,
cost: cheap,
life threat: safe



MUFF:
sights: scars and bruises from home made dildos,
visibility: once past the cave entrance, nice and pink,
marine life: there must be at least one dead tuna in there somewhere...havent seen it yet,
availability: excellent accessability,
cost: very very cheap,
life threat: very very dangerous

gibson Posted on 21/4 12:03
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Oz, a big red desert with a flat topped rock in it...I had Witchity grubs I caught myself with my digging stick and me dilly bag...

PNGfulham Posted on 21/4 23:43
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good organ....




how can i gonad you?

jarazinho Posted on 22/4 1:43
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

PNG..what do u reckon those two turkeys will be having this sunday??

PNGfulham Posted on 22/4 2:07
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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its Saltburns equivalent to wife swapping jaraz...




except they swap appendages....



i.e. Obi will be shoving his balony up SBR's rashhole

and SBR will be inserting his salty used parmo up Obi's hoo haa.

Obi1KenobiNil Posted on 22/4 6:35
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

You sure have a funny way of eating stuff down your way PNG, those of us in the civilised world tend to eat our food by mouth. I'm not interested how you savages get your nourishment. What's on the menu this week then eh ? I guess that poor bloke who you invited to your place during the week should have known better really.

Anyway, you'll be pleased to know this is my last posting to you tvvats. I can no longer lower myself to talk to such total anuses any longer. Salty has been posting elsewhere on other subjects so maybe he's bored with all of this too. Can't blame him.

jarazinho Posted on 22/4 7:05
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

see u later OBi..go check those butlins brochures out!!ill get back to you when we smash u in the ashes and Tszyu makes mince meat outta Hatton..

PNGfulham Posted on 22/4 7:14
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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bye bye Obi....






are you going to take your balony as well...?










boo hoooooo......





wailing.....










see ya later











by the way..
please go easy jaraz.....he's probably some teenage kid addicted to playstation who is still hasnt been weaned off his mothers milk..


i dont like to see him upset

SaltburnRed Posted on 22/4 7:51
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Oh come on Obi, don't leave me alone with these sad and deranged people, I'm scared.

Mmm, Jarz, showing your true colours again. Give me a good reason why, as an Englishman, you refer to the Aussies as "we" when it comes to cricket. Why aren't you supporting England ? You might live over there but you're English aren't you ? There may well be lots of English people living over there but I'll bet that most of them don't support Australia against England when it comes to sport. Most of them have some national pride. Why are you different ? I've said it before but I reckon you're just a sad glory hunter. If the Aussies were shyte you'd be supporting us lot.

As for the Hatton fight, I'll be interested to see what mileage you get out of that if the bloke you're supporting wins. And that's a huge if. I might as well warn you that I personally couldn't give a stuff about this fight other than hoping you are dissapointed.

jarazinho Posted on 22/4 7:55
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

"a huge if.." what are u talking about..he the favourite mate..

i hope the ozzys smash them at cricket..played by a bunch of toffs in the uk..workingmans game here.......hooray henrys..hip hip hooray....give the ozzys back the ashes you theiving gets...!

tell the dithering old cnuts at lords to put down there gin and tonics and send the ashes back..!

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SaltburnRed Posted on 22/4 8:03
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

A highly uninformed and stupid comment as usual Jarz. Get your brain into gear and try and engage it properly before spouting your personal brand of bull-shyte in the future. Living amongst the Aussie retards is having a bad effect.

PNGfulham Posted on 22/4 8:27
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

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its all gone pear shaped...




no more recipe swapping....


obi's done a runner...





i thnk we need to congregate in neutral territory (i.e. my place PNG) to have a peace pow wow (i can supply the peace pipe)

jarazinho Posted on 24/4 20:37
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Simple question..if you lot havnt won the ashes since 1989..how come you still hold them at lords and wont hand them over to the ozzys??pathetic!!

SaltburnRed Posted on 24/4 21:12
re: What have you had for Sunday Dinner

Cos if we gave them to you you'd only get pissed and lose them, you're such children.