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Old 08-10-2012, 01:44 AM   #301
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You mean like a piece of breaded chicken with spaghetti sauce and cheese slopped all over it? We have that
Judging by the reviews when Parma Daze (one of the best food blogs ever) went to the US and UK, the chicken parmas made outside Australia really just don't even compare to what's made here. I think a couple of the US ones made them cry.

It's meant to be a big crumbed chicken breast covered with napoli sauce, ham (or bacon), and cheese, served with a salad and shitloads of hot chips.
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We eat it at crappy "almost-Italian" type restaurants, not bars.
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I have. I was immediately at Dark Knight Rises levels on anticipation.
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Parmas make up something like 47% of our annual GDP.
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I have. I was immediately at Dark Knight Rises levels on anticipation.
I wonder if the album will ever come out. Funnily enough we've been waiting for it longer than Detox.
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It takes a long time to clear all the samples.

Speaking of Mr. Brown, give this a shot.
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Judging by the reviews when Parma Daze (one of the best food blogs ever) went to the US and UK, the chicken parmas made outside Australia really just don't even compare to what's made here. I think a couple of the US ones made them cry.

It's meant to be a big crumbed chicken breast covered with napoli sauce, ham (or bacon), and cheese, served with a salad and shitloads of hot chips.
Ah, I see. Probably the equivalent to when we try poutine made in other countries
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Ah, I see. Probably the equivalent to when we try poutine made in other countries
I've always wanted to read a Canadian's review of the "poutine" made at this small Melbourne chain that specialises in hot chips. It's really just chips and gravy with some cheese thrown over the top, so I'm assuming the review will be "oh god what have the Australians DONE".

I like it though and it makes me really want to try some proper poutine.
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The poutine I made at home would make a Canadian want to bomb the country.

Unless of course they just drank beer and forgot about it instead of resorting to mass homicide. I assume everyone handles things the American way.
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The really good poutine places here have entire menus with different types of poutine and crazy ingredients and stuff. I've only had proper poutine a handful of times because I feel gross after eating it though
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What's your avatar, Lemel? I see a booby
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Hey, any of you guys ever notice that All I Want Is You and The First Time are the exact same song? Every time I play U2 on guitar I realize how often they reuse chord progressions, only to fill them out and make something unique with them later.

This is why U2 having "written" 50/500/5000/50000 songs is completely meaningless. They're probably all variations of In A Little While.
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There's a food that's rather popular with the more hungover members of this town, which is essentially an open lamb yiros/gyro spilled all over chips and covered in as many types of sauce as there are on hand at that particular eatery. It is called an AB, short for "abortion". I've never heard of anyone being able to finish it. I'm sure poutine's nicer.
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Hey, any of you guys ever notice that All I Want Is You and The First Time are the exact same song?
Yes sir. When we used to have post-bar drunken guitar sessions many years ago, I would switch between lyrics all the time.

Also, Zooropa is pretty much just a slowed down Fly
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What's your avatar, Lemel? I see a booby
It's the Weeknd - House of Balloons album cover

So that boob is probably overdosing
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