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    Quote Originally Posted by Isafari, post: 33184
    my sister craved chalk when she was pregnant

    Ok I don't get that at allllllllllll

    I have to say though that when my sister-in-law was little she used to eat comet clenser and drink her Mom's perfume. I think they figured out she had something wrong with her though. I don't remember what it was called. Other than being just plain weird.



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    Would you believe that I was in a restaurant last night that had kangaroo on the menu! I was so surprised! I didn't try it as I didn't stay at that particular restaurant to have my dinner, but may just go back one day to give it a try.

    I know the raw oyster thing is not all that unusual for folks who like them, but I thought it was wicked disgusting. I'm not a fan of raw oysters.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 33218
    Would you believe that I was in a restaurant last night that had kangaroo on the menu! I was so surprised! I didn't try it as I didn't stay at that particular restaurant to have my dinner, but may just go back one day to give it a try.

    I know the raw oyster thing is not all that unusual for folks who like them, but I thought it was wicked disgusting. I'm not a fan of raw oysters.
    See now I think cooking them is sacrilege!

    But if it's a choice between cooked and no oysters well I'll manage to eat them cooked! Up there with my favourite foods of all!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wendy, post: 32802
    I like dipping ready salted crisps into melted chocolate :o
    I was looking through to see if anyone had mine and there we go, Wendy got there first

    I dip crisps into hot chocolate and it drives everyone mad the one that seems to particularly make people go EEWWWW is cheese and onion crisps dipped into mint hot chocolate
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    Oh heavens! I don't dip them in hot chocolate, rather melted chocolate! (That is wicked eeeeewewwwwweeeey Keith)!

    Yes, Kazza there are many oyster lovers who cringe at the thought of steamed oysters. I like them that way, and fried, and in Rockefeller, stew... any way but raw. However, I am willing to try a raw one in Galway.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 33228
    Oh heavens! I don't dip them in hot chocolate, rather melted chocolate! (That is wicked eeeeewewwwwweeeey Keith)!
    its YUMMY!
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    Don't they go all limp? YEEEERUUUUUUUCH!






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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 33169
    EEEEEWWWWWW! Disgusting to both!!!!

    I used to work with a woman who's Mom used to put raw oysters in a glass, and with some sauce, drink them!
    I don't normally eat mine like this but I have. It is called an oyster shooter.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 33239
    Don't they go all limp? YEEEERUUUUUUUCH!
    Well the trick is to dip, get a little hot chocolate in the curve of the crisp and eat before it falls apart.
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    Ah! I see. A talent is required!

    You Sir shall be the dipping talent faerie. (You are familiar with the Tink books about faeries and their talents?






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