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Bumped Random Chat - Springtime for Hitler and Germany

Discussion in 'Melbourne Demons' started by Crimson Azure, May 26, 2011.

  1. stretcharmstrong

    stretcharmstrong Norm Smith Medallist

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    Get a VL turbooooooo and cut laps of the street
     
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  3. HANDSOLO

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    If you are going VLnit has to be the Calais with those sort of half pop up headlights

    You seriously don’t thinks hose statesman caprice looks cool? I’m looking for a change of scene
     
  4. stretcharmstrong

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    It looks old.

    It does look kinda cool.

    It’ll cost you a butt load to run and will Donald Trump the shit out the environment.

    Plus don’t you live in the US? You gonna have it shipped over? Converted to LH drive?
     
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    Was that with the Nissan engine?
     
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    Yeah 3.0 little straight six, beautiful engine. Ironically probably the bet stick engine ever in a local car

    Ford six was ok once they gave it modern heads and valve count
     
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    Sure was, also every 3rd campaigners first car in South Gippsland with the exhaust cut and 24" rims chucked on.
     
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    Fully
     
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  9. Crimson Azure

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    My old man has asked me to come over tomorrow and make him a carpet bag steak.

    Hello 1973!

    In saying that I will eat one too. You just don't walk away from steak and oysters.
     
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    Could be worse , could of asked for steak tar tar
     
  11. Crimson Azure

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    I was watching great British menu last night and that was part of a dish done for the opening course by one of the chefs. Looked amazing.

    Now where is my prawn cocktail and that Harvey Wallbanger I ordered!
     
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  12. Proper Gander

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    I was flicking channels once and found this chef type show paying homage to 70’s food. Hilarious menus. Prawn cocktail, carpet bag steak, stroganoff, chocolate mousse, steak Dianne etc. a fair few of those have made a comeback too. So long as I don’t have to revisit 70s coffee.
     
  13. Tempy Tiger

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    PG I think you’d find every one of those items, maybe bar the carpet bag steak, would be staple menu items on every pub two hours or more outside of Melbourne. Get out and explore the bush, you’ll love it.
     
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    One 80’s dish am glad has disappeared is soufflé.
     
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    And that horrible fondue phase. Who the **** wants to go skinny dipping then sit, naked around a vat of boiling cheese?
     
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    I'll just leave this here.

     
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    I had to google fondue :$:$:$

    Where did it go? That looks amazing!!!
     
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    Odd how things appear in the zeitgeist sometimes, I showed this to some mates just the other week. There's an English translation on the net too which is pretty funny.
     
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    At least there wasn’t a white version.
     
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    Come to Switzerland, fondue and raclette are a normal thing
     
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    I’m sure people still do fondue at home , but like a lot of old dishes , the man hours and equipment needed don’t justify the cost etc .
     
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    Heheheh picked up this cute 7" at the op shop today :)

    Can't wait to blast it at my neighbours when I come home drunk from the footy every week next year :D :D :D :D

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    Edit: **** there's banjos in it, never realised that before.
     
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    Good on booshboy for the Cheeky Cameo
     
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    I picture your house as some kind of cool retro paradise with a turntable prominent, a wall of albums, some classy sound setup, vintage concert posters, casual piles of alternative music and movie magazines and a string of hairy alternative types dropping in and out to chill. Maybe a spare bedroom given over to library space - improvised bookshelves from bottles and planks with well-thumbed paperbacks with obscure socialist tests, Russian novels in the original language and learned deconstruction of the arts.

    If that’s not true please don’t tell me about it because I really like the vision.

    Edit: when I say “house” I really mean a reconfigured 19th century factory, fitted for residential but with original brick fittings and shit.
     
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