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    is that the duck egg with the duck in it?:eek:

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    sure... and I can tell you it shoots the ink into the ball pen... hehe
     

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    I hope that tastes better than it looks! :eek: humm maybe ok after a few beers....:wink:

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    I've lost 30lbs myself since arriving the last week of January :smile:

    I'm down to 180 or less, there's just not that much worth eating. Plus I often just eat pineapple, bananas, watermelon etc from the market or vendors.
     
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    Sounds like a good plan...:p

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    Yikes that looks nasty.......:eek:

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    It's an acquired taste, the food you eat growing up will be your norm.
    I grew up in Dumaguete where as a young kid a climb a mango tree for the "raw" green mangoes back in the 70's and a foriegner walk by and ask, is that edible? yes they are!

    I remember we'll order some "chicken salad", it's actually macaroni salad, except i'ts sweet, with pineapple chunks, raisins, mayonaise or condensed mil and bits of chicken.
    Barbecue in the philippines is not the same barbecue in the US, anything cooked with charcoal is called barbecue in the philippines.
     
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    It's an acquired taste, the food you eat growing up will be your norm.
    I grew up in Dumaguete where as a young kid I climb a mango tree for the unripe green mangoes back in the 70's and a foriegner walk by and ask, is that edible? yes they are!

    I remember we'll order some "chicken salad", it's actually macaroni salad, except i'ts sweet, with pineapple chunks, raisins, mayonaise or condensed milk and bits of chicken.
    Barbecue in the philippines is not the same barbecue in the US,
    anything grilled with charcoal is called barbecue in the philippines, and Oh banana fried with brown sugar is called "bananacue" as in banana barbecue :smile:
     
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