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    i ate cheese fondue today.

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    I had chips curry sauce pickled onion lagers Jameson's now I'm on the vodka and coke

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    Kate Bush came on the radio in the chip shop I had a spiritual experience

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    are you on cocaine or just cola?

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    Coca Cola. Coke by yourself doesn't bear thinking about. Road to ruin.

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    Wanking yourself stupid at 11am with the curtains drawn

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    visited my sister this weekend, she's dealing with an illness and friends have been bringing over get-well gifts. one guy she knows works at the local fishery where the boats come in from weeks out in the Atlantic, brought her 11 pounds of fresh-caught haddock (seeing that it retails for around $20/pound, I think it might have, ahem, fallen off the back of a truck...)

    been eating fresh haddock all freakin' weekend, so good. sautéed with panko breadcrumbs with boiled potatoes and streamed broccoli one night, potatoes and asparagus another, potatoes and streamed spinach today. wonderful.

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    Girlfriend went out and ordered me to make a hearty, meaty stew. So I did. Very simple to do of course but the ingredients are what make it tasty and interesting; here the main thing was four different types of sausage (a standard chorizo, a chorizo from Alantejo, a black chrorizo and a morcella), augmented with two different types of beans (in large quantities) along with all the usual bits and bobs... garnished with spring onion and coriander.

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    Looks OK but could probably benefit from some mushrooms.
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    I dunno... did have some but there was no room to put them in the pot. Liza said it was too meaty though - I didn't think that was possible.

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