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  3. Quote Originally Posted by bdcc View Post
    Haha, haggis is Scottish!
    I thought y'all were a "United Kingdom"? That's like saying what someone does in Texas isn't American!

    Besides, the Scotts have the best part of the island where they make fantastic libations and "the water of life", SCOTCH!!!

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  4. In all honesty, the 'typical British person' has disappeared. Not one to sound xenophobic but i'd wager that there are more Eastern Europeans and Middle-Eastern migrants in the UK than those 'stereotypes' now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VeeSix View Post
    In all honesty, the 'typical British person' has disappeared. Not one to sound xenophobic but i'd wager that there are more Eastern Europeans and Middle-Eastern migrants in the UK than those 'stereotypes' now.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by MidwestBeast View Post
    Don't anger Milas...You don't want to see him angry...
    His yellow face in the avatar turns green when he is angry?

    This is a whole new definition for 'coloured' people lol.
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by VeeSix View Post
    In all honesty, the 'typical British person' has disappeared. Not one to sound xenophobic but i'd wager that there are more Eastern Europeans and Middle-Eastern migrants in the UK than those 'stereotypes' now.
    hmmm.... good point...






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    Quote Originally Posted by bdcc View Post
    His yellow face in the avatar turns green when he is angry?

    This is a whole new definition for 'coloured' people lol.

  9. Wow this thread really multiplied....did someone spill water on it or wut? Just don't post in it after midnight, pls...or baaaad things will happen...jus sayin
    ....brb, emailing thread link to NP & ADMIN to be the featured thread in the next AM newsletter....Ben is on FIRE!!**

    *figuratively not literally.

  10. In your typical English food post you have baked beans. Do you not have Heinz baked beans in America? It was founded there.

    I searched for "most popular American foods" and these came up in a tongue and cheek article as the top 10 things "only America could have invented". I hadn't heard of most of them. Thoughts?
    - Corn dog
    - Philly cheesesteak
    - "Chinese food" lol
    - S'mores
    - Reuben sandwich
    - Cobb salad
    - Baked alaska
    - Buffalo wings
    - Turducken
    - Chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream
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    Quote Originally Posted by schizm View Post
    Wow this thread really multiplied....did someone spill water on it or wut? Just don't post in it after midnight, pls...or baaaad things will happen...jus sayin
    ....brb, emailing thread link to NP & ADMIN to be the featured thread in the next AM newsletter....Ben is on FIRE!!**

    *figuratively not literally.
    I have given out more reps in this thread than the last several months combined...lol.

    And this would be an amazing newsletter thread.

    And you're saying Ben is flaming? I don't think his girlfriend would appreciate those accusations...

    That's right, schizm! I'm throwing you into the mix now, as well! MUHAHAHAHA!

  12. Quote Originally Posted by schizm View Post
    Wow this thread really multiplied....did someone spill water on it or wut? Just don't post in it after midnight, pls...or baaaad things will happen...jus sayin
    ....brb, emailing thread link to NP & ADMIN to be the featured thread in the next AM newsletter....Ben is on FIRE!!**

    *figuratively not literally.
    Apart from working out the RecoverPro thing I have learned one major thing from this thread.

    Threads with ridiculous or dramatic titles attract a lot more views. Next time I run a log I might call it "MILAS SELLS DRUGS TO KIDS... BDCC logs...."
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  13. Quote Originally Posted by bdcc View Post
    His yellow face in the avatar turns green when he is angry?

    This is a whole new definition for 'coloured' people lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdcc View Post
    In your typical English food post you have baked beans. Do you not have Heinz baked beans in America? It was founded there.

    I searched for "most popular American foods" and these came up in a tongue and cheek article as the top 10 things "only America could have invented". I hadn't heard of most of them. Thoughts?
    - Corn dog
    - Philly cheesesteak
    - "Chinese food" lol
    - S'mores
    - Reuben sandwich
    - Cobb salad
    - Baked alaska
    - Buffalo wings
    - Turducken
    - Chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream
    I'll take all except the salad and whatever a baked alaska is, please.

    Also:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turducken

    Roasts of nested birds or other animals have been documented for centuries. The Yorkshire Christmas pie, an English dish served in the 18th century, consists of five different birds either layered or nested, and baked in a standing crust.[1][2][3] The pie was normally produced only by the wealthy.[2]

    In his 1807 Almanach des Gourmands, gastronomist Grimod de La Reynière presents his rôti sans pareil ("roast without equal")—a bustard stuffed with a turkey, a goose, a pheasant, a chicken, a duck, a guinea fowl, a teal, a wood****, a partridge, a plover, a lapwing, a quail, a thrush, a lark, an ortolan bunting and a garden warbler—although he states that, since similar roasts were produced by ancient Romans, the rôti sans pareil was not entirely novel.[4][5][6] The final bird is very small but large enough to hold just an olive; it also suggests that, unlike modern multi-bird roasts, there was no stuffing or other packing placed in between the birds. Some of the species used are today endangered.[7]

    A November 2005 National Geographic article by Calvin Trillin traced the American origins of the dish to "Hebert's Specialty Meats" in Maurice, Louisiana, although readers immediately noted that the concept for the dish itself is centuries old. Hebert's has been commercially producing turduckens since 1985, when an unknown local farmer brought in his own birds and asked Hebert's to prepare them in that manner. The company prepares around 5,000 turduckens per week around Thanksgiving time.[8]

    In the United Kingdom, a turducken is a type of ballotine called a "three-bird roast" or a "royal roast".[9][10] The Pure Meat Company offered a five-bird roast (a goose, a turkey, a chicken, a pheasant, and a pigeon, stuffed with sausage), described as a modern revival of the traditional Yorkshire Christmas pie, in 1989;[11][12] and a three-bird roast (a duck stuffed with chicken stuffed with a pigeon, with sage and apple stuffing) in 1990.[11][12] Multi-bird roasts are widely available.

    Gooducken is a goose stuffed with a duck, which is in turn stuffed with a chicken.[13]

    The YouTube channel Epic Meal Time made their variation of turducken with what they call "TurBaconEpic." It is a roasted pig wrapped in bacon, basted in a mixture of butter and Dr. Pepper which is stuffed with bacon stuffing and a bacon wrapped turkey stuffed with a duck, chicken, Cornish game hen, quail, the bacon stuffing, and more bacon, all held together with "meat glue" (a mixture of ground bacon, veal, and pork sausage), and was garnished with Wendy's Baconators. The finished product yielded 79,046 calories, and 6,892 grams of fat (equivalent to 14.35 pounds of fat).

    John Madden, noted NFL analyst, popularized the turducken in America when on air. During his announcing for CBS he presented a turducken to the viewers, then began carving it with his bare hands. Later he promoted it again on Fox by awarding a turducken to players on the winning team for the Thanksgiving Bowl. On the November 9, 2008 broadcast of NBC Sunday Night Football, Madden responded to a fan's sign reading "JOHN MADDEN, BRING BACK TURDUCKEN" by calling his fixation with turducken "a thing of the past," stating that he would return to a traditional turkey for subsequent Thanksgivings.[14]
    Don't act like you've never heard of this, Ben! You just know it as Royal Roast, according to our friend, Wikipedia!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdcc View Post
    Apart from working out the RecoverPro thing I have learned one major thing from this thread.

    Threads with ridiculous or dramatic titles attract a lot more views. Next time I run a log I might call it "MILAS SELLS DRUGS TO KIDS... BDCC logs...."
    Pre-maturely sub'd

  16. I had never heard of 'turducken' but I am definitely not denying the five bird royal roast.

    I am proud to claim this one, it makes me patriotic!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdcc View Post
    I had never heard of 'turducken' but I am definitely not denying the five bird royal roast.

    I am proud to claim this one, it makes me patriotic!
    One thing you don't have, sir, is John Madden.

    Therefore,

    USA > UK

    (simple math would have proved this by virtue of our 3 letters to your 2, as well)

  18. Quote Originally Posted by bdcc View Post
    In your typical English food post you have baked beans. Do you not have Heinz baked beans in America? It was founded there.

    I searched for "most popular American foods" and these came up in a tongue and cheek article as the top 10 things "only America could have invented". I hadn't heard of most of them. Thoughts?
    - Corn dog


    - Philly cheesesteak


    - "Chinese food" lol


    - S'mores


    - Reuben sandwich


    - Cobb salad


    - Baked alaska


    - Buffalo wings


    - Turducken


    - Chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream

    Or here's all of them together "super sized"...

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  19. This thread is making me HUNGRY!!!
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  20. Quote Originally Posted by MidwestBeast View Post
    I have given out more reps in this thread than the last several months combined...lol.

    And this would be an amazing newsletter thread.

    And you're saying Ben is flaming? I don't think his girlfriend would appreciate those accusations...

    That's right, schizm! I'm throwing you into the mix now, as well! MUHAHAHAHA!
    Oh...ahhh...well...I.....ummm. ...never....ahhh...<unplugs computer><hops into next cube>



    Quote Originally Posted by bdcc View Post
    Apart from working out the RecoverPro thing I have learned one major thing from this thread.

    Threads with ridiculous or dramatic titles attract a lot more views. Next time I run a log I might call it "MILAS SELLS DRUGS TO KIDS... BDCC logs...."
    Great idea!! My next log title: 'MILAS CLUBS BABY SEALS: A Chronicle by schizm'

  21. Quote Originally Posted by schizm View Post
    Great idea!! My next log title: 'MILAS CLUBS BABY SEALS: A Chronicle by schizm'
    LOL! I genuinely laughed out loud at that. Get that on the newsletter and make Milas famous!
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  22. Quote Originally Posted by Milas View Post
    This thread is making me HUNGRY!!!
    me too...38mins til lunch.....Hey, baked Alaska, NOT what I thought it would be....I'd go for some of that....

  23. Yeah baked Alaska and that there titty wingz looks good

  24. Quote Originally Posted by bdcc View Post
    Threads with ridiculous or dramatic titles attract a lot more views. Next time I run a log I might call it "MILAS SELLS DRUGS TO KIDS... BDCC logs...."
    Subbed...

    Quote Originally Posted by schizm View Post
    Great idea!! My next log title: 'MILAS CLUBS BABY SEALS: A Chronicle by schizm'
    Subbed...

    Quote Originally Posted by bdcc View Post
    LOL! I genuinely laughed out loud at that. Get that on the newsletter and make Milas famous!
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    Thread full of lulz.

    I agree that all of our new threads need to be Milas-titled.

    Hmm...

    I'm thinking mine will be: "MILAS DROWNS PUPPIES IN A PILLOWCASE!! (PIC LOG)"

  26. Quote Originally Posted by MidwestBeast View Post
    Thread full of lulz.

    I agree that all of our new threads need to be Milas-titled.

    Hmm...

    I'm thinking mine will be: "MILAS DROWNS PUPPIES IN A PILLOWCASE!! (PIC LOG)"
    Could you make it either kittens or babies? That's a bit harsh to drown puppies...

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  27. Just so you know Milas. MidwestBeast negged me in this thread as he thought my banter went too far.

    He disguised it as accidental but I saw though his facade. He has your back!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Milas View Post
    Could you make it either kittens or babies? That's a bit harsh to drown puppies...

    Puppies > babies > kittens

    I wanted to make it as horrible as possible.

    Quote Originally Posted by bdcc View Post
    Just so you know Milas. MidwestBeast negged me in this thread as he thought my banter went too far.

    He disguised it as accidental but I saw though his facade. He has your back!
    So in JD's thread you share our pillow talk and now what happens between two men behind closed doors is brought out into the public again? I can never trust you!

  29. That cat looks like a hairy E.T. lol.

    P.S. I had to tell Milas you negged me when you said USA > UK. It upset me!
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