Discussion in 'SMB' started by Secret Visage, Nov 8, 2018.
Going bezerk again in Congo according to Sky News
Dropping atom bombs? Bloody hell.
Bush meat one of the biggest problems...seen a wifey cooking fruit bats that tend to be riddled with it on the news.
Which one? Thought both had stopped playing.
Last time I was in Africa some of the lads asked our guide to make sandwiches for them!!! They happily chomped on them everyday. He charged them 25p a sarnie.
Which was never
Knew a bloke who regularily worked in Nigeria, and was served up rat in his hotel cafe
Wow. Ok @Chesterladmackem i never. Monkeytosser called me out.
Dirty!!! I only ate stuff that was sizzling on one of them little cast iron plates. Mouth full of blisters every morning but nowt could survive that heat. Beef tahonga I think it was called.
I understand a lot of its down to poverty/tradition and availability, but some nationalities will eat anything that moves. Orientals tend to like insects etc.
It's one of your five a day.
Famine I think is what starts it all then like you say tradition will probably carry it on. Especially Asian countries with how much they regard heritage and tradition.
I wonder how my kids would cope with egg chips and beans 5 neets a week, that’s my tradition.
Like the old days. You used to be able to buy 9p cheese and fruitbat sarnies in Ronnies opposite the Ivy.
apparantly one of the biggest treats in China is a raw egg where the chick has partly developed.Bones havent fully developed, so no crunchy bits..
And a single. On the way to school.
They always try a snuggle them fuckers into Australia. I Love the border crossing shows.
How long you had that avatar?
Death rate still more than 50%
Eating insects will have to become the norm if the race is to survive.
Loved a bit of dodgy rons. Used to go over for a few delicious pastries when in the bunker.
The practice studio? Is that still there? I had a few practices in there in 1992ish with an indie band I was in.
Aye as far as I know. Been a while since I was there.
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