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Crocodiles and japanese soldiers

Discussion in 'Information Requests' started by Kai-Petri, Mar 10, 2004.

  1. USMCPrice

    USMCPrice Idiot at Large

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    Those Burmese crocs are a bunch of ill mannered hooligans...now Australian crocs have more class, if they were to eat a bunch of sons of Nippon they'd do it right. They'd tenderize them then serve with "fava beans and a nice chianti".

     
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    Poppy grasshopper Patron  

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    great movie. but fava beans? that pissed me off.
    who eats fava beans. :)
    I'm thinking basmatti rice with a drizzle of plum sauce.
     
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    USMCPrice Idiot at Large

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    Bad dietetic choice Poppy. When you add basmati rice to a rice fueled son of Nippon you end up getting too much starch. Too much starch leads to blood sugar problems, bloating and weight gain.Their blood sugar will spike, their bodies will cope by dumping insulin into their bloodstream causing a rapid blood sugar drop and they'll get all fatigued and lethargic. Now that they're too tired to hunt for themselves the government will step in and subsidize them. They won't want to feed them sheep, because you don't want to get them used to eating the livestock of sheep ranchers, that leaves goats. So the government will go around tethering goats along the shore line to feed the now lazy, lethargic crocs. Then this leads to the unintended consequences. You've now got lazy crocs, feasting on government supplied, tethered goats. What does that attract? Islamic Jihadi's (they'll go to great lengths to get them some goat poon!). So now they're coming to Australia, from all over the world to have sex with the tethered goats. The crocs start eating goats and Jihadi's. Jihadi's having rice as a staple of their diet, plus the now traditional side of basmati rice, and the cycle continues.
    Then there's the weight gain and bloating. A bloated croc floating around on top of the water like a pool toy isn't a very effective ambush hunter, so they can't eat their natural food sources, so they settle on feeding on easy prey; tethered, government supplied goats and their attached Islamic terrorist.
    Finally, I have it on good authority (CAC) that bloke crocs like their Sheila crocs svelte and fit, they're not "chubby chasers". Now, they may tag a chubby one if they've put back a few pints and it's like 2-3am, but normally they observe a certain minimum standard. If all the Sheila crocs start to "pork" up from eating all that Japanese food, government supplied goats, and Jihadi's; in addition to the now traditional side of basmati rice, well next thing you know the birth rate will decline and they'll become an endangered species.
     
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    Spot on Pricey...
     
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    Would you want to explain that to Dr. Lecter?? ;)
     
  6. Poppy

    Poppy grasshopper Patron  

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    lol. excellent. MR.P had me going there the first bit.
    turned into rolling thunder.
    lol. good bit man...bet it felt good too, writing it out. prolly laughed out loud as u developed the bit.
    this is good.
     
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    lol, no MrC. now that you mention it.
     
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