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    Andy12345
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    Re: olive oil

    Post by Andy12345 on Sun Feb 07 2016, 12:23

    @Jan1 wrote:
    @Andy12345 wrote:the guvnor bought a spiriliser yesterday, dunno if its rubbish but apparently you can make pasta from aubergine, gonna have some fun with it i hope, gonna be spirilising everything lol

    I hope we are going to get some pictures please !!!

    Spiralisers can be great - excellent for courgettes too and making courgetti

    All the best Jan

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    courgettes!! thats what i meant lol
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    Re: olive oil

    Post by Eddie on Sun Feb 07 2016, 12:31

    @Andy12345 wrote:
    @Jan1 wrote:
    @Andy12345 wrote:the guvnor bought a spiriliser yesterday, dunno if its rubbish but apparently you can make pasta from aubergine, gonna have some fun with it i hope, gonna be spirilising everything lol

    I hope we are going to get some pictures please !!!

    Spiralisers can be great - excellent for courgettes too and making courgetti

    All the best Jan

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    courgettes!! thats what i meant lol

    rofl Andy you crack me up, is it only me that thinks Andy is a natural comedian. Pure genius at times, or maybe my sense of humour is more warped than I thought. affraid


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    Re: olive oil

    Post by Andy12345 on Sun Feb 07 2016, 12:51

    LMAO! i don't mean to be, your just finding my stupidity funny is all Smile lol but thats ok if it makes your laugh its all good Smile if i was trying to be funny i wouldn't be I'm sure Smile
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    Post by Eddie on Sun Feb 07 2016, 12:59

    People that know, say never question real talent or genius, just accept it as a gift and never over analyse. The truth is, in real life you are a million miles from stupid. You certainly liven up this joint for sure.


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    Re: olive oil

    Post by Andy12345 on Sun Feb 07 2016, 13:21

    well shucks lol

    i think I'm giving it balance, you all are clever mrgreen

    in the real world I'm not stupid no, take me to the jungle ill get you out, fall in the sea ill save you, give me a shovel and ill dig you the best hole you ever saw

    put in cyberspace and i can't understand half the stuff i read, don't know where paragraphs start and finish and consider it a triumph I've learnt how to post pictures, in this world I'm stupid

    im not being down on myself by saying I'm dumb here, its ok I'm cool with it plus it means no one expects anything of me lol think about it, i can pretty much say whatever i like and no one bats an eyelid, if you guys say stupid shit, people will frown lol its much easier being dumb woot
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    Re: olive oil

    Post by chris c on Sat Feb 13 2016, 18:01

    Popeye loved Olive Oyl, and spinach, does that make him the first low carb cartoon character?
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    Re: olive oil

    Post by Paul1976 on Sat Feb 13 2016, 18:05

    @chris c wrote:Popeye loved Olive Oyl, and spinach, does that make him the first low carb cartoon character?

    A close second I'd say! In the 80's we watched a cartoon called 'Captain Caveman' and with a name like that he just had to be doing Paleo surely? Wink


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    Post by chris c on Sat Feb 13 2016, 18:13

    Heh, I don't remember that one, only the Flintstones.

    You have brought a flashback however, there was a Captain Pugwash spoof featuring Seaman Staines and Master Bates the cabin boy . . .
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    Post by Paul1976 on Sat Feb 13 2016, 18:23

    @chris c wrote:

    You have brought a flashback however, there was a Captain Pugwash spoof featuring Seaman Staines and Master Bates the cabin boy . . .

    muhahaha Don't think I'd wanna spend any time at sea with those guys!! freakout lol!


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