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See. You are bitter and twisted, thanks for ruining my day.
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Old 16.12.2011, 11:41
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Slightly OT..but try the raclette with some sriracha hot sauce instead of paprika...tastes awesome!
Actually, I generally chop up some fresh chiles (from the garden in summer, habaneros or thais this time of year) with some onion, garlic, and cilantro and use that on it, also to dip my cheese fondue in before eating!

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Cyber bullying, eh?

I wonder what did ever happen to Bravesocks?
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As Nicola said, you ask for opinions, then act like a spoilt little bitch when someone profers one.

Oh wait, or were you assuming everyone would agree with your, quite frankly, ridiculous reservations about saliva, so you could give yourslef a well-earned pat on the back, all smug in your self-satisfaction?

I like the title better....
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I research internet trends for a living and I must admit that EF stands out there on it's own when it comes to cyber bullying, it has become so entrenched into the forums fabric I doubt it will change, in fact it doesn't need to change, if it did where else could I get light relief poking the hornets nest?

Obviously not been to sociocide, bullshido, offtopic.. etc
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Re: To fondue or fondon't

Speaking of fondue, Mrs. G went out with friends last night and had Fondue Bressane, which is cubes of chicken or turkey, which you first dip in egg, then breadcrumbs, then cook in oil. (coconut oil preferably, according to my colleague).
She said it was bloody delicious.
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Obviously not been to sociocide, bullshido, offtopic.. etc
No but I did read your blogs, you must be as happy as a pig in shi* here, you are the perfect specimen of what I described earlier, acting in exactly the way I described !

See research does pay off, thank you
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No but I did read your blogs, you must be as happy as a pig in shi* here, you are the perfect specimen of what I described earlier, acting in exactly the way I described !

See research does pay off, thank you
Well tuff to say since you have no idea of what I do in day to day life, innit.?

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We make our fondue with lots of herbs and cider, although, the hot chilies are a great idea. Since I eat very little bread, I use vegetables and apples to dip in my fondue. My husband eats the bread.

Btw, chilies kill germs. I honestly never thought of germs in the fondue and ate it several times last year when my immune system was a little weak. Never got sick. But, oh well.
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Well tuff to say since you have no idea of what I do in day to day life, innit.?
I'd be telling a 'big porkie' if I said I cared !
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I'd be telling a 'big porkie' if I said I cared !

Enough to relook at my blog.. oder?
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Enough to relook at my blog.. oder?
I wanted to quote you, obviously you saw my visit, you must have also logged the time i spent on it....That should clarify what I said
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I wanted to quote you, obviously you saw my visit, you must have also logged the time i spent on it....That should clarify what I said
And you are a happy camper?
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I wanted to quote you, obviously you saw my visit,
ergo you cared... so your statement was incorrect.

It's ok don't worry about it, have some fondue.
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And you are a happy camper?
I have been happier, my car slid down a hill in the snow yesterday and hit a grass bank...The garage I was taking it to sell it is now repairing it...What about you are you happy?
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I have been happier, my car slid down a hill in the snow yesterday and hit a grass bank...The garage I was taking it to sell it is now repairing it...What about you are you happy?
I can't complain, life is good.
Ever heard the expression "if you can't take the heat get out of the kitchen"?
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Re: To fondue or fondon't

I have five boxes of fondue in my bomb shelter. So besides wine, old bread, toilet paper, women's stuff and a few cans of corn, people waiting out the outside catastrophe would be fed fondue every meal. A communcal dish, communal spirit and communal living.

It almost sounds like fun.
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ergo you cared... so your statement was incorrect.

It's ok don't worry about it, have some fondue.
I did none of this :

care |ke(ə)r|
noun
1 the provision of what is necessary for the health, welfare, maintenance, and protection of someone or something : the care of the elderly | the child is safe in the care of her grandparents | health care.
2 serious attention or consideration applied to doing something correctly or to avoid damage or risk : he planned his departure with great care.
• an object of concern or attention : the cares of family life.
• a feeling of or occasion for anxiety : she was driving along without a care in the world.
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1 [often with negative ] feel concern or interest; attach importance to something : they don't care about human life | [with clause ] I don't care what she says.
• feel affection or liking : you care very deeply for him.
• ( care for something/care to do something) like or be willing to do or have something : would you care for some tea? | I don't care to listen to him.
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Ever heard the expression "if you can't take the heat don't get all arsey on a forum on a dull, wet Friday afternoon"?
I just modernised that a bit for you...
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Que ha estado usando este foro demasiado, están empezando a sonar como una persona Inglés amarga y retorcida ...
Te metiste en camisa de once baras.
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