Cross Pollination

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Cardinal Biggles

Cross Pollination

Post by Cardinal Biggles » Mon May 18, 2009 7:04 pm

Well Highlander is on on the first weekend of June..I am slated to paly 10mm Warmaster with D.Saint. should look good..and then there is Sunday and even Monday ..anybody up for M&R at Goulburn? plenty of tables there...
then the next weekend is the bloooooooody big all in M &R at Annandale Community centre in Sydney (the chippie will be working overtime!!!!).yoo hoo,
and then the next weekend I am trying for another big M&R game at Goulburn, to amuse the Canberra end of town..sooooooo
and the Chinese is pretty good for lunch..

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Re: Cross Pollination

Post by greatwhitezulu » Mon May 18, 2009 7:07 pm

Conrad Hawkwood wrote:and the Chinese is pretty good for lunch..
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Re: Cross Pollination

Post by Cardinal Biggles » Mon May 18, 2009 7:09 pm

i will stick to boiled rice nothing that has been near a prawn..otherwise it is OK, I go there outside of club games and can vouch for it..feel a lot better now but yes a bit of an allergic reaction Io what must have been some prawn in the fried rice..actually very nice fried rice..

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Re: Cross Pollination

Post by starkadder » Mon May 18, 2009 8:08 pm

You seriously expected there wouldn't be a prawn in a gweilo fried rice made in a NSW country Chinese restaurant????

Good God, man, you're slipping.

Remember the rules at least:

1. Consume no seafood served more than a hundred miles inland
2. No Chinese restaurant serves real Chinese food (only gweilo)
3. All fried rice can be assumed to contain some form of seafood derivative (inc. the claimed vegetarian ones)

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