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Old 30-01-2012, 20:32   #91
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Old 30-01-2012, 20:39   #92
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Old 31-01-2012, 04:21   #93
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Re: Comfort Foods

I used to take my hot cocoa with a generous dollop of dark rum in the morning, but that would kind of kill my ambitions for the rest of the day. Great for when you are anchored up in a cove somewhere and the wind is howling.
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Old 31-01-2012, 04:35   #94
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I have always eaten all the things that are bad for you,

Refined sugar, Salt. Potatoes, Dairy foods, meat,

A nice Big steak, Chips, eggs, Mashed spud and pumpkin,

Thats probably why I am still so fit and active,

The trick is not to eat more than your body requires, Hahahahahaha

And a nice big cup of coffee with milk and two spoons of sugar,

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I have always eaten all the things that are bad for you,

Refined sugar, Salt. Potatoes, Dairy foods, meat,

A nice Big steak, Chips, eggs, Mashed spud and pumpkin,

Thats probably why I am still so fit and active,

The trick is not to eat more than your body requires, Hahahahahaha

And a nice big cup of coffee with milk and two spoons of sugar,

Brian,
I with ya there.... but you left out the fags n alcohol.....
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Old 31-01-2012, 04:50   #96
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I with ya there.... but you left out the fags n alcohol.....

I have always had the impression that to you those were foods!
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I with ya there.... but you left out the fags n alcohol.....
Sorry, White Ox tobacco for 45 years and Bundaberg Rum and coke,
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Re: Comfort Foods

I also ran out of smokes four days out from Bundaberg,

Customs and Quarantine were a bit wary of me, as I was a bit deranged when I pulled up at the customs Pier, Hahahahaha

The fridge ran out of gas at the same time, But at least I could get a coffee with the micro wave and UHT milk, Yaaaarrrrkkkkk.
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I have always had the impression that to you those were foods!
Exactly.... who wants just the Tapas...
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Old 31-01-2012, 09:30   #100
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I have always eaten all the things that are bad for you,:
Ya.....me too..
Life is already to short.

Smoke to much..
Drink to much..
But hell..
I'm living' the dream

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Re: Comfort Foods

coffee, aka, mocha my way , with a buncha rum or /and kalhua substitute. but i always thunk that coffees of any sort were necessary, not for comfort, unless ye mean the comfort of others in vicinity....LOL
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As a child, my mom would feed me Campbell's chicken noodle soup. That's what I want when I'm sick.
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Funny you mentioned that. I got over Campbell's chicken noodle soup but it's still what my mother wants when she is not feeling well. Gotta be Campbell's too, no other brand. Thanks for the memories.
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When offshore on a night watch there is nothing like a jar of nutella and a spoon.
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