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Smaug says: Ricky Gervais. Lesbian pr0n. Going into a crowded bar, purely because it's crowded. All these things seem to be popular with everybody else, but I just can't work out why. What leaves you cold just as much as it turns everyone else on?

(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 14:54)
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The Snark mentions liquorice (does that differ from liquorish)
This i do not get. Surely it is well documented that this foul substance tastes exactly the same as licking a dogs bottom.

As a child someone producing a box (remember sweets in boxes) of Allsorts was enough to make me run*.

I cant go Ouzo or Pernod either. Disgusting tart fuel for rough bints on package holidays.

*Probably saved me a good bumming from nonces though.
(, Mon 19 Oct 2009, 20:48, 13 replies)
never wanted a dog, until now.
(, Mon 19 Oct 2009, 20:51, closed)

(, Mon 19 Oct 2009, 21:02, closed)
I hate liquorish too.
And aniseed.

Add to that list fennel and tarragon.
(, Mon 19 Oct 2009, 20:53, closed)


(, Mon 19 Oct 2009, 21:01, closed)
what's that in?

Corriander is in fucking lots and it tastes like soap.
(, Mon 19 Oct 2009, 21:07, closed)
no corriander is great
curries, thai food etc. looks a lot like flat leaf parsley. tastes sharp and intensly fresh green. tip - as soon as you get it what you dont use freeze. it wilts like an old mans todger.

dill is part of that whole aniseedy family. the swedes bung it on everything - horrible cloying, stuff. seems to hit the same part of the brain as oak in chardonnay for me. makes me feel a bit queasy.
(, Mon 19 Oct 2009, 21:21, closed)
Oak in chardonnay
tastes fucking foul but so does corriander, ruins a curry and who mentioned dill (which I like)? Tarragon, I repeat, what's that in?

Had a chicken in tarragon sauce in a pub once which was far to tarragony but can't think where else I've had it.
(, Mon 19 Oct 2009, 21:34, closed)
It's wine, it's made of grapes right?
(, Mon 19 Oct 2009, 21:44, closed)
new oak casks impart their flavour
most wines are made now in steel vats or older oak casks that have been used many times so they dont not impart so much flavour

traditionaly chardonnay and other white burgundy's are aged in oak so oak is often associated with a 'quality' chardonnay, chablis etc
(, Tue 20 Oct 2009, 0:15, closed)
Which would you rather endure?
being bummed or a big bag of liquorice?

Thatts a tough one...
(, Mon 19 Oct 2009, 20:55, closed)
by Herman Munster
(, Mon 19 Oct 2009, 21:02, closed)
on poppers

(, Mon 19 Oct 2009, 21:04, closed)
How about
someone else bumming a dog, then licking their bell-end for the liquorice taste.

I love liquorice that much, it's almost appealing.

Sadly, and somewhat suprisingly, the only place I've managed to find decent liquorice is in St Louis (of Lindburg fame).
(, Mon 19 Oct 2009, 21:24, closed)

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