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Junk food, too.

Sometimes it's just easier to get some junk food delivered...that way you don't become too jaded.

I went for the pizza....others had burgers, fries and chicken.
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Sometimes it's just easier to get some junk food delivered...that way you don't become too jaded.

I went for the pizza....others had burgers, fries and chicken.
Pizza is not junk food.
Obviously you should not have 2 a day!
The ammount of cheese in a thin pizza is less of what you would find in your breakfast scrumble eggs.

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Pizza is not junk food.
Obviously you should not have 2 a day!
The ammount of cheese in a thin pizza is less of what you would find in your breakfast scrumble eggs.

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I was only joking about the pizza...it's actually a gourmet item. I did not mean to tar pizza with the same brush that I attacked Big Macs. Thai pizza is really excellent...different spices, different toppings: I like it.
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so you do get normal food also, how oh so very western.
i enjoy your random topics of your different foods, as i enjoy tasting foreign cuisine seeing as 90% of our cuisine consists of potatoes .
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so you do get normal food also, how oh so very western.
i enjoy your random topics of your different foods, as i enjoy tasting foreign cuisine seeing as 90% of our cuisine consists of potatoes .
My mother was from Ireland....I have fond memories of potatoes and Guiness
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I think you need to try some proper ITALIAN pizza!
with all respect for your thai pizzas LOL


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so you do get normal food also, how oh so very western.
i enjoy your random topics of your different foods, as i enjoy tasting foreign cuisine seeing as 90% of our cuisine consists of potatoes .
Mussels and squid...liked in Ireland? Here they are served with a very spicy green sauce.
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mussels are very popular in Ireland, squid is more associated with Asian dining.
I personally love both, and that dish is making my mouth water haha. i ate Japanese last night, Tapanyaki and it was superb i must say.
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mussels are very popular in Ireland, squid is more associated with Asian dining.
I personally love both, and that dish is making my mouth water haha. i ate Japanese last night, Tapanyaki and it was superb i must say.
You would probably also like this green curry with chicken. It comes from this 'soi' kitchen. Though it might not look clean from a distance it is clean. I have been buying from he and his wife for almost 5 years. This dish cost 25 baht, @50p or @70 US cents.
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