Enter the Honourable Judge's favourite tavern for a dram of Tittle Tattle. There's an ancient bandit in the corner, but I forget his name...
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Re: Chinese on the receiving end??

Postby badpenny » Sat Feb 09, 2013 9:23 am

Not a joke, so don't look for the pun .............

In 1974 I moved to The Spanish Basque Provence of Navarra. I planned a dinner party to introduce my new friends to Chinese Cuisine.
Although I had a smattering of Spanish under my belt Basque is more like a cross between German, Russian and Gibberish.

Consequently I ended up serving them all a very passable Sweet & Sour Horse. It went down very well, and everyone remained stable.


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Re: Chinese on the receiving end??

Postby coppinpr » Sat Feb 09, 2013 9:05 pm

Having been a butcher for almost 50 years and being pushed around by the supermarkets for the last 30 years Im having great fun getting own back now !!YIPPEE!! had a ticket on my home made burgers in the window today saying "not a horse in Sight" .
At last, "the shoe is on the other hoof" !!RAYOF!!

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