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It is safe to eat this egg?


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Is Lincolnshire close to London? I had the enjoyment of visiting your capital city for the 1986 Darts championship (British Open)... Johh Lowe was my idol at the time. London kinda reminded me of my old town Chicago - different but still a lotta the same. Chicago's really got GREAT food. Prolly the best ever.
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Is Lincolnshire close to London?


Errmm...not quite. It about 6 hours in the car :) . If you look just over a quarter of the way up of a map of the UK on the right hand side there is a bulge were Norwich is. If you keep going up there is like a small cut in the map. that were I like. Other side of the cut to Hull

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I had the enjoyment of visiting your capital city for the 1986 Darts championship (British Open)... Johh Lowe was my idol at the time. London kinda reminded me of my old town Chicago - different but still a lotta the same


It is a nice city. Lots of different culture but lots of bad parts to.
But you should visit again. They live in houses on the sea and have flying cars now :) :)

But if its something we do good its sports that go well with drinking :) . Still like Andy Fordham myself. the guy has a nice character and probably one ruined liver :) But there is an amazing amount of talent coming out. Pool seems to be taking over darts now however. but it will remain British for years to come.

Chicago's really got GREAT food. Prolly the best ever.


Agreed :)

I went for a week and was blown away. But then again if you go to some of the places in the UK there is soem good grub. Especially if you like Pie...lots and lots of Pie. and fish and chips.

Edited by rev_olie, 17 August 2009 - 05:42 PM.

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China has lots of interesting street food. So does Taiwan. If you're into that kind of thing :)
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I ate some raw, frozen horse meat when I was in Japan, that was awesome!
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I ate some raw, frozen horse meat when I was in Japan, that was awesome!

I'd rather eat a rotten egg! :) Hey... wasn't there something in this post about eggs? :)
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Yes, crooz, I believe you are a rotten egg... Is that it? :)
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Why would you believe I am a rotten egg? :)
My point was that I would rather eat a rotten egg as opposed to eating raw frozen horsemeat. Or did you miss that?
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Ok if you'd rather not eat horse how about Pig Brain...deep fried the Chinese way, mmm tasty-nice
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I won't have any of them, thanks. :)
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Quote: place them in the coldest part of the refrigerator, not in the door

Got me thinking...

Why do they sell refridgerators with Egg holder trays inbuilt into the door lol ??? ( Excellent Designing... :) )

Ez2c

PS: i think i would pass on the horse/pig brain lol ( Just cannot get past the thought of it... )
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My fridge has the egg holder in the door as well. :)
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Quote: place them in the coldest part of the refrigerator, not in the door

Got me thinking...

Why do they sell refridgerators with Egg holder trays inbuilt into the door lol ??? ( Excellent Designing... :) )

Ez2c

PS: i think i would pass on the horse/pig brain lol ( Just cannot get past the thought of it... )



My fridge has the egg holder in the door as well. :)


Ah my fridge manufacturer was cleaver. Instead of adding an Egg holder in the door....they added an Egg Tray that moves so you can indeed put it on your shelf...now that is clever...i think not :)
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Ah my fridge manufacturer was only clever enough to give me a brown paper bag to put my eggs in. At least I got all my eggs in one bag.
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Well, I'm guessing that the egg is definitely bad by now, so my recommendation is this:

DON'T EAT IT!!

Throw it against your neighbor's house, instead. You know the one I'm talking about. That old guy that always yells at you to turn down that dad-blasted radio (yes, radio), and to slow down when going through the neighborhood (even though you're walking your dog), and to stay off his grass (which is really more like pebbles and weeds). That neighbor.

Maybe I just need to move.

Oh, wait. I am.

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No... don't move. Just get you neighboor evicted! :)
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