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  1. FreedomEclipse

    FreedomEclipse ~Technological Technocrat~

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    Im gonna get one of these....

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    shove some coal in it -- put a grill over the top then grill some pork/lamb skewers. the parents dont wana build a big BBQ so im gonna do this for myself and grill myself some nice steak while im at it. If the weather is good 2moro I'l get it done
     
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    Hi peeps! has anyone got an PSP Slim not 3000... i need two of these UK clans...
     
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    You opening a shop or something? :laugh:
    Tatty keeps on telling us off (well, nicely reminding us) to take these to BST...
     
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    Stab some holes in the side with a screw driver else the fire will starve.


    Better yet go down to the rubbish tip and nick yourself a washing machine drum. Those bastards are perfect.
     
  5. FreedomEclipse

    FreedomEclipse ~Technological Technocrat~

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    Man... If only i could borrow Tattys AK47. could put a few holes in this bucket without much trouble at all. Well....I say much trouble, i mean after ive invited the cops that get alerted by the sound of automatic gunfire in for a steak and beating the crap out of them with the butt of the AK before cutting their bodies up and trying to squeeze their entrails into this small bucket of hot coal to dispose of them. yeah -- no trouble at all.

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    Heres your chow ho fun.
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  7. FreedomEclipse

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    that is one dirty arse keyboard -- wouldnt put my food any where near it
     
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    lol the keyboard is like 8 years old now,i know i need new one.
     
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    what did you put in the noodles? doesnt seem to be much else in there
     
  10. mullered07

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    Am picking my new car up next weekend, 2000 VW Passat 1.9 TDi 115PD

    These things are amazing and the solid VW engines will do 250k+ if looked after well, it has 150k on the clock but is a good example and as it's the SE model comes with a lot of nice extras including alloy wheels, trip computer, ESP (Electronic Stability Program), climate control, front arm rest and other niceys

    Will mainly be used for work as I do a fair bit of motorway driving though only 15k PA tops, am giving my Fiat Brava to the GF which is a 1.2 petrol and averages maybe 38mpg where as the Passat will net me 55-60mpg on runs, not bad when work will pay me £0.40 a mile, meaning my 300 mile round trip in April will cost me around £40 diesel and I will get around £120 in mileage :rockout:

    They shift aswell, the 1.9 turbo diesel engine will cruise at 80 on the motorway all day long, can't wait :D
     
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    cha sill and something else i forgot.

    Sounds great mullered. :)
     
  12. FreedomEclipse

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    My dad is pro -- he makes his own.
     
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    The bowl of chow ho fun was made by parents,so that makes them both pro.
     
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    will you lot piss off with your good looking food!
     
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    just ordered a curry, indian, chicken chilli massala, fucking awesome from this one place, expensive but damn I got the munchies man :confused: :pimp:
     
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    Indian is unforgivably expensive. Unless you get a "Chicken Malaya"... That stuff is sex in a foil tub.
     
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    Lamb Madras or Bhuna.
     
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    just my taste, honestly try an chicken chilli massala or saagwala madras hot, both fucking awesomely delicious :D

    On that note, curry came, I ate and is now fucked, so is off to bed ready for work tomorrow :wtf: roll on the weekend, wanna give my new car a good seeing to :rockout:
     
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    Send me one up :)
     
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    I love indian food one day. But the day after its just a bad shit :roll:
     
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    Ahh, that's when your new to it. Me and Indian food work now, i can control the bowel!
     
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    Yup. You know when you've got an immunity when you can snort a fat line of reggae reggae sauce without flinching.
     
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    Jerk Seasoning... now that's hot.
     
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    bleh -- not a fan of really hot/spicy food. I dont mind it a bit spicy but one time spicy chicken wings from some pizza shop almost killed me. was in complete tears. but the chicken tasted so good i just carried on eatin it and kept on crying lmao
     
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    it's funny because we're not even talking about british food... :p
     

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