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ivan

sauce is the yard-stick of civilization

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every minute charlie squats in the pink slime he gets stronger.

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Best sauces I ever had were in Tanzania. They have a lot of Indian influence because the Brits thought that if they show the African savages how well (high caste Indian) savages can act, they might get their act together and serve the Crown.

 

Best Indian food I ever ate was in East Africa but I suppose I have never been to India. Time will tell I suppose...

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Soylent Green

the wheat thins of the future, not a goddamn sauce you canuckistani - speaking of which, what contribution has your culture made to the sauce trade? :)

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Poutine

 

Where's the best poutine in the lower mainland?

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If sauce is the yardstick of civilization the I think Thailand is off the friggin' scale!

 

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Hate to disappoint you guys but that stuff in made in California.

 

BFD, The Hondas made in Ohio are still Japanese cars.

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