View Poll Results: Umbran vs. Kzach

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  • I would choose Kzach, 'cause he's really just a cuddly-wuddly on the inside.

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  • I would choose Umbran. He is just. Righteous. And a force of good for all people-kind.

    10 26.32%
  • This poll makes my brain hurt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kirinke View Post
    You still have to deal with freezer burn.

    I hear making a casserole with whatever is freezer-burned covers up the taste. NB will have to weigh in on the veracity of this, though.

    Dark the stars and dark the moon
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    Dark the oceans, dark the sky
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    Tell the salt marsh and beat on your drum
    Gone their master, gone their son.


 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palaralae View Post
    I hear making a casserole with whatever is freezer-burned covers up the taste. NB will have to weigh in on the veracity of this, though.
    His cooking skills amount to putting the Hungry Man meal into the microwave and pressing "Start".
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    Quote Originally Posted by kirinke View Post
    You still have to deal with freezer burn.
    Not if they're properly wrapped. And never thaw and refreeze.


    Quote Originally Posted by Palaralae View Post
    I hear making a casserole with whatever is freezer-burned covers up the taste. NB will have to weigh in on the veracity of this, though.
    Casseroles cover a multitude of sins.


    Quote Originally Posted by Kzach View Post
    His cooking skills amount to putting the Hungry Man meal into the microwave and pressing "Start".
    Hah! Spent years as a head cook in an Italian restaurant, I've got skills yo.

    Besides microwave dinners are nasty, I refuse to eat them (my first ex lived on those things as she couldn't cook to save her ass).
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    Quote Originally Posted by nail bunny View Post
    Hah! Spent years as a head cook in an Italian restaurant, I've got skills yo.
    Oh? Really? In what episode did Ramsey fire you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kzach View Post
    Oh? Really? In what episode did Ramsey fire you?
    I was never on that show, "got skills" doesn't mean "top chef"*. Also, you couldn't pay me enough** to put up with that asshole.





    * Note I said 'head cook', the position was literally Head Cook, not chef or anything fancy. At first I was the only cook in the kitchen (was trained by and took over for the previous Head Cook), later I got an assistant and they hired other cooks to work the other shifts so I could get time off (16 hours a day, seven days a week got to me after a few months).
    ** You couldn't because you haven't enough money. The Donald probably has enough money.
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    I would vote for the one who could construct a grammatically correct thread title.

    (This post probably contains grammatical mistakes)
    Robin Williams: "In England, if you commit a crime, the police don't have a gun and you don't have a gun. If you commit a crime, the police will say, 'Stop, or I'll say stop again.'"

    PWD: "you're the seed, the relationship is the soil, and the love and attention and work you put into the relationship is the sun and the rain that feeds it. What grows from that is what you always were meant to become."

  • #142
    Quote Originally Posted by Nerfherder View Post
    I would vote for the one who could construct a grammatically correct thread title.

    (This post probably contains grammatical mistakes)


    You had it up until the very end, and then you missed a period.




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    Gone their master, gone their son.

    Dark the oceans, dark the sky
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    Gone their master, gone their son.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Palaralae View Post
    ... and then you missed a period
    Which is much more serious in English than American English!
    Robin Williams: "In England, if you commit a crime, the police don't have a gun and you don't have a gun. If you commit a crime, the police will say, 'Stop, or I'll say stop again.'"

    PWD: "you're the seed, the relationship is the soil, and the love and attention and work you put into the relationship is the sun and the rain that feeds it. What grows from that is what you always were meant to become."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerfherder View Post
    Which is much more serious in English British than American English!
    Corrected For American Cultural Imperialism.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerfherder View Post
    Which is much more serious in English than American English!
    Nope, pretty serious this side of the pond as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ovinomancer View Post
    Nope, pretty serious this side of the pond as well.
    Accept we don't feed our kids British food as punishment for making that error.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nail bunny View Post
    Accept we don't feed our kids British food as punishment for making that error.
    You'll eat your faggots and spotted dick, and you'll enjoy them!
    Robin Williams: "In England, if you commit a crime, the police don't have a gun and you don't have a gun. If you commit a crime, the police will say, 'Stop, or I'll say stop again.'"

    PWD: "you're the seed, the relationship is the soil, and the love and attention and work you put into the relationship is the sun and the rain that feeds it. What grows from that is what you always were meant to become."

  • #148
    Quote Originally Posted by Palaralae View Post
    Would you, could you in a LARP?
    Would you could you with fanges sharp?
    Not haiku.

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    The things I've done in LARPS... oh dear.
    But of these things, you will not hear.
    Not haiku.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerfherder View Post
    You'll eat your faggots and spotted dick, and you'll enjoy them!

    Is it Thursday already?
    Failed RPG Writer.

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    Spotted dick is a sort of steamed pudding with raisins and a lovely custard sauce. That sounds good. I thought faggots were basically Salisbury Steak (which are some kind of weird meat patties in gravy that I've only found in tv dinners), but no. They are comprised of mixed pig meats. Here are the ingredients:
    [h=Ingredients]1[/h]
    [h=Meat]3[/h]
    • 4 oz Bacon scraps
    • 1 Caul fat* or streaky bacon
    • 8 oz Fatty belly pork
    • 4 oz Fatty pork shoulder
    • 4 oz Pig's liver


    [h=Produce]3[/h]
    • 1 Onion, medium
    • 2 tbsp Parsley
    • 1 Red chili, small
    • 2 Sage, leaves



    [h=Baking & Spices]3[/h]
    • 1 tsp Allspice
    • 1/2 tsp Mace
    • 1 Salt and pepper


    [h=Bread & Baked Goods]3[/h]
    • 4 oz Bread crumbs





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