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Thread: Today we celebrate the fettisdag in Sweden!




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    Please correct me if I'm wrong, but:

    - A fried breakfast / meal (eggs, bacon, sausages, steak, etc) seems to be from England / Scotland..

    - Burritos are Mexican..

    - Spring rolls (or mini spring rolls) are part of the Asian cuisine.

    - Getting into the States at the moment ain't easy. A professor and his wife (also a professor) from here have been applying for various things to get into the USA for a couple months now. The amount of paperwork is simply incredible...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefy
    The amount of paperwork is simply incredible.
    Yes it's ALOT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefy
    - A fried breakfast / meal (eggs, bacon, sausages, steak, etc) seems to be from England / Scotland..
    it may have, but if you try to tell the locals around here that they're likely to throw a fit :rolleyes2
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    Try to tell Americans they didn't orginally start something and they'll always fight. :) *waits for flaming*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefy
    Try to tell Americans they didn't orginally start something and they'll always fight. *waits for flaming*
    huh, this may get ugly..! :)

    I'd better sleep through it.. /l8er..

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    No!!!!!!

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    Do ya's think I should tell him about the potato bacon bake with layers of thin sliced potatoes, bacon, onions, sour cream and shallots topped off with tastey cheese and baked for a couple of hours? :?:

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    The Irish call that a Dublin coddle, goes great with a few pints of Guiness Stout
    Happiness isn't something you experience; it's something you recall.

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    I don't know about Guiness (to heavy for my taste) but it went well with a few lagers.

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    Guiness does make a nice light Pilsner called Harp

    But, i'm sure your brew tops that by a long shot:D
    Happiness isn't something you experience; it's something you recall.

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