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Topic: Speaking of food. (Read 1960 times)

Speaking of food.
Post a picture of either your favorite food of food that you don't like.

Re: Speaking of food.
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I ate this stuff as a youngster but can't imaging eating it today.

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Speaking of food....
But not, I hope, with your mouth full.

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Oh, the pain of a wilted McDonalds.


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What is that, exactly?

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It is a politician's mouth, in for repair.

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Duck's blood soup.

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I wonder why it is called blood soup, doesn't sound very appealing :eyes:

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You have to admit that it is colourful.

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For many years I have believed that there is no more revolting taste than that of a rotten pistachio nut. If I had been asked for an important piece of advice for a young person setting out on life's journey, I would say "Never eat pistachio nuts in the dark."
I have found something almost as repulsive. It is a rotten celery stalk.

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For many years I have believed that there is no more revolting taste than that of a rotten pistachio nut. If I had been asked for an important piece of advice for a young person setting out on life's journey, I would say "Never eat pistachio nuts in the dark."
I have found something almost as repulsive. It is a rotten celery stalk.
Interesting post. In case our speaking parrot is still alive and kicking.
A matter of attitude.