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For my yurope-peein friend.

Try:
  • cook rice (da sticky kine),
  • cook rice (the sticky kind)
  • make 'em into one spam shaped block about 1"-2" high,
  • th'row one slice fried spam on top, and wrap da(the) buggah with' nori.
  • Da(the) only hints I can 'think of is,
  • try wet your'e hands and put a little bit of salt on top when you stay(start) making da musubi shape with' da(the) hot rice,
  • and toast' da(the) nori a little bit first.
Hints from uddah(other) peepo'(people):
  • Use da(the) spam can and use fo mold for da(the) rice.
  • Den(then) da(the) slice of spam going' to fit perfect on top.
  • If you can find' furikake out dea(there), mix it in da(the) rice first.
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Good....thanks

So..no more paris Hilton???? Damn......
Giu -- EEEGGGGGGGZZZZACTLY!!!! I only wish they at least could've shown her on a boat. Now it looks like Sailing Anarchy is the only place for boating smut!
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Giu -- EEEGGGGGGGZZZZACTLY!!!! I only wish they at least could've shown her on a boat. Now it looks like Sailing Anarchy is the only place for boating smut!
I think its all in the perspective you see it...

Take Paris Hiltom photos...here its SPAM, however, if you go to Charleston Spars / Sparcraft, Selden or other top quality masts and spars sites...she is seen as a racing spar...thinny, skinny and light...no brain either... just like my mast!!!

So PH here is SPAM...on another site is marketing
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Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice
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For my yurope-peein friend.

Try:
  • cook rice (da sticky kine),
  • cook rice (the sticky kind)
  • make 'em into one spam shaped block about 1"-2" high,
  • th'row one slice fried spam on top, and wrap da(the) buggah with' nori.
  • Da(the) only hints I can 'think of is,
  • try wet your'e hands and put a little bit of salt on top when you stay(start) making da musubi shape with' da(the) hot rice,
  • and toast' da(the) nori a little bit first.
Hints from uddah(other) peepo'(people):
  • Use da(the) spam can and use fo mold for da(the) rice.
  • Den(then) da(the) slice of spam going' to fit perfect on top.
  • If you can find' furikake out dea(there), mix it in da(the) rice first.

aahahahahaha thanks.....I enjoyed that....

I also like the yurope-peein thing...let me change my title....

Thanks ZZ...you rock, really... All three of you....
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My uncle starred in "Pork: the other white meat" commercials. Very uppity after that. But it did get him his start in the adult video industry.

was that him in Deep Fat or was it Debbie Does Pork Chops?
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My uncle starred in "Pork: the other white meat" commercials. Very uppity after that. But it did get him his start in the adult video industry.

was that him in Deep Fat or was it Debbie Does Pork Chops?
Cam,
He was in both. Of course he was best known for his role in Deliverance (he was made to squeal like a little piggy) -- a great boating movie, by the way.
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goose-

I'm granting you honorary Korean status...

But to make it really stand out... mixed the rice with some rice vinegar and a little sugar.. that's what the word "sushi" stands for..."vinegared rice"

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that's what the word "sushi" stands for..."vinegared rice"

I tought it meant excessively-expensive-for-what-you-getting-raw-uncooked-fish-where-you-sit-in-a-bar-that-looks-like-a-bar-but-does-not-taste-like-one-in-front-of-people-you-dont-know-and-dont-care-smile-eat-leave-and-feel-hungry-half-an-hour-later.
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I tought it meant excessively-expensive-for-what-you-getting-raw-uncooked-fish-where-you-sit-in-a-bar-that-looks-like-a-bar-but-does-not-taste-like-one-in-front-of-people-you-dont-know-and-dont-care-smile-eat-leave-and-feel-hungry-half-an-hour-later.
Nah...that's sashimi...
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