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04-08-2008, 08:32 PM
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Those are fighting words, you turban wearing, rock throwing, shish taouk eating infidel
Those are arabic stereotypes, not lebanese. Now, I need to go drive my BMW to work at the Futureshop selling MP3s twice the price and then I need to go pick up my friend to smoke shisha, play cards and eat shish taouk with my 20 cousins.

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I haven't talked to/seen Myx since the Ice Bowl in Buffalo. And Beaters is MIA as well.
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(psst.. I think the joke was already made without the explanation)
(thank you, i didnt know there were so many soccer fans in here..my bad)

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Watch it or I'll head-butt you.

When my sister came to visit a few weeks ago, she was wearing my other jacket and randomly, as we were walking around downtown Rochester, said "Who is A..A-man Dayher and why do you have his business card?".

I tried to explain it was from the Montreal trip and so when I was asking for directions and mesmerized by the accents and not paying attention I could just give them the business card. She thought I was crazy.

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(thank you, i didnt know there were so many soccer fans in here..my bad)
No problem

Why are we still whispering?

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When my sister came to visit a few weeks ago, she was wearing my other jacket and randomly, as we were walking around downtown Rochester, said "Who is A..A-man Dayher and why do you have his business card?".

I tried to explain it was from the Montreal trip and so when I was asking for directions and mesmerized by the accents and not paying attention I could just give them the business card. She thought I was crazy.
HAHA.

Nice... and now, if she's in trouble. She can call a lawyer!

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Those are arabic stereotypes, not lebanese. Now, I need to go drive my BMW to work at the Futureshop selling MP3s twice the price and then I need to go pick up my friend to smoke shisha, play cards and eat shish taouk with my 20 cousins.
I can smell the Polo Blue from here.

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HAHA.

Nice... and now, if she needs trouble. She can call a lebanese lawyer!
Fixed.

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I can smell the Polo Blue from here.
Oh that reminds me; I need to buy some of those on eBay in mass quantity to resell it at a higher price to all my classmates during course breaks.

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Best Poutine in Ottawa is from a Little Potato Truck at Bank and Isabella!! SO TASTY! probably the best ive ever had.

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one thing I never got with poutine is concerning it's delivery, I don't get why they deliver it by default with the sauce already mixed in it arrives all soggy not good at all . But if you ask they can put the sauce in styrofoam cup and you add it yourself for a crispy tasty poutine delivered!!!

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this is why I miss Quebec, no cheese curds!

oh Poutine Lords, what be the best substitute?


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this is why I miss Quebec, no cheese curds!

oh Poutine Lords, what be the best substitute?

We at the PHC have discussed this many teams....

A cubed mozzarella or white cheddar can work well..... you want something that will be somewhat stringy when melted.

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Poutine around the world.

http://www.ciao.de/Poutine__1202892
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Myx
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Tml4evr
Shabutie
Waffle
etc.
Honey, I'm home. Whatever happened to Beatnik ? I wondered if he was around under a different name ?

L'il Winger said something about making her own curd ? How far does this go ? You have a cow out back ? Those big round cheese boxes that my wife sells at enormous profit to be used as end tables ? Do you have cheesecloth ?


Cheesemaking is an underrated hobby.

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one thing I never got with poutine is concerning it's delivery, I don't get why they deliver it by default with the sauce already mixed in it arrives all soggy not good at all . But if you ask they can put the sauce in styrofoam cup and you add it yourself for a crispy tasty poutine delivered!!!
A pal of mine does exactly that; he asks for the sauce on the side and then he pours it like he wants it.Just ask the waitress, i dont see why anyone would refuse the sauce in a styrofoam cup.

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this is why I miss Quebec, no cheese curds!

oh Poutine Lords, what be the best substitute?

I bet that Raclette cheese would be amazing, if you're in Switzerland or thereabouts, and I'm not even a poutine eater. Raclette is eaten with potatoes, so it wouldn't be much of a stretch.

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Honey, I'm home. Whatever happened to Beatnik ? I wondered if he was around under a different name ?

L'il Winger said something about making her own curd ? How far does this go ? You have a cow out back ? Those big round cheese boxes that my wife sells at enormous profit to be used as end tables ? Do you have cheesecloth ?


Cheesemaking is an underrated hobby.
http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/reci..._36973,00.html

Just don't add the heavy cream at the end, and you have cheese curds.

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A few years back, I went to that canteen at the top of the gondola ride in Banff. I noticed that the cook had a French accent so I asked him where he was from; he answered Montreal, so I proceeded to point out the fact that there was poutine listed on the menu, and I asked him if it was real poutine, or crappy Alberta cheesy fries. He responded that usually he uses Mozzarella because the tourists usually don't know any better. Seeing as I was a connoisseur, he made my poutine using his own personal stash of cheese curds. Best poutine I ever had...

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I haven't had it in a loooooong time. I made it at home until I ran out of sauce from...the chicken place.

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I haven't had it in a loooooong time. I made it at home until I ran out of sauce from...the chicken place.
St. Hubert......

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L'il Winger said something about making her own curd ? How far does this go ?
Cheesemaking is an underrated hobby.
Don't wash your feet for a week, don't change your socks, run five miles every day.........instant curds between your toes

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High blood pressure
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DEATH!
who cares i would happy to die but cant say no no to Poutine.

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