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Psalm 94

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chicken sangwich
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Epic win!

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Why indian food always look like this
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sir that is a poo
>>152 (OP) 
because you're easily conned
It's a buckwheat cake which is dark blue/brown and chicken saag which is diarhea green. Pretty tasty, though.

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dead ass board.
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It's quite easy if you just read the readme
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how tho
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like this, look:
1. Read README.md
2. copy from README.md 
3. paste into terminal
4. unfuck your non-standard software environment
5. congrats, you're a server admin; otherwise proceed to give up and install some crappy forum software

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anyone have deepfried turkey for christmas or is that more of a western thing? 

pic not rel, jus a meatpie
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Nah, too many horror stories about fryer fires. I don't even like turkey that much anyway
>>138 (OP) 
it's not a western thing, it's an amerifat thing. I can entertain the thought that the other retards in the anglosphere have been influenced enough by the United States of Arterial thrombosis to try it, but we all know where they learned it from

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I have a thing where I actively seek out the weirdest drink I can find and now I'll make this a place to read about my interesting and bizarre drink adventures. Let's start with a goofy one.

Bob Ross Positive Energy Drink.
First of all, I hate how much I enjoyed this. I saw the can at my local grocery store and decided I wasn't leaving without it, which my husband found pretty amusing. There was no indication of flavor or anything on the can so I truly went into this experience totally blind and not knowing what to expect. When I opened the can, I realized the drink was electric blue and tasted like how lemon pledge smells. It was a bit off putting, but it wasn't a bad thing. I found it pretty refreshing. Then, the flavor developed a bit more after the initial taste and I got notes of green apple and pear. Overall I'd rate this drink a solid 7/10.

What's the weirdest drink you've ever had?
do you feel quite positive after drinking such a drink? 

i thought you meant weird mixed drinks you make

my favourite is when i need to poop so i put psyllium husk with some OJ and soda water, then forget about it, then it is a nasty jelly but i still "drink" it because i hate to waste things. mm.

thrill collins:
a tom collins with some cassis in it, suitable for space-themed video/tabletop gaming
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It was a positive experience yes lmao just the packaging alone was enough to send me into hysterics then it tasting really good threw me even deeper into it. 

Also, I've wanted to try some mushroom drinks but as a shroomer that attempted shroom mixing into a drink other than tea and improperly I don't think I can stomach it.

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Post ur homemade chinese foods
I don't eat cat
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um this thread is about dog and or bug eating thanks

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Anybody watch his videos?
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>>129 (OP) 
That face is concerning. Wonder how good the food was.

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>eat peas
>its good
thank u peas
beef tho

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blame OP's disrespect for themed boards
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>posting in a locked thread
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no I amn't

toasting in blocked bread?

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Lived here in Spain for a while and I fucking love the food here.

One of my favorite things is Vermut, which is like a Spanish Lunch. I'll name off the foods in pic related:

>Fuet (Spanish Cured Sausage)
>Jamón (Spanish Cured Ham)
>Cocteil De Aceitunas (Cocktail of olives green and black, pearl onion, pickles)
>Queso Semicurado (Half-Aged Cheese, like more fresh and light than dense and stronk)
>Vermouth (Sweet Vermouth, they drink it typically with orange or olive with ice. Hence the name)
>Pan De Catalunya (Legit just bread with tomato smeared on it with olive oil and salt. Idk why I never thought to do that before)

Post your countries delicacies and tradmeals below
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I'm not Polish, but I've always loved these. I'll drag and drop some more thingies as I find them.
Caveat: I am no chef, so I have to take the ChefTards at thier word. Your milage may vary.
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As an eastern european I appreciate this post.
omg i grew up eating these
as an Irishman, fuck yeah potato ravioli

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