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  1. Subscriberdivegeester
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    15 Feb '21 20:52
    @yo-its-me said
    My favourite flower.
    Freesias for their scent and sunflower for their cheery appearance.
    Favourite sound: bubbles of exhaled air from my regulator

    Favourite smell: my wife’s neck

    Favourite colour: sunset red
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    15 Feb '21 21:10
    Favorite fruit: papaya
    Favorite tree: papaya
    Favorite smell: mango

    Papaya can't have everything you know.

    I did make a song about it though, remember the tequila song? Just replace tequila with papaya. Oh papaya you make me happy...

    No i haven't been smoking anything or drinking, or sniffing or whatever.

    Now where was I. Oh yes.

    Oh papaya...
  3. Subscriberlemondrop
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    15 Feb '21 21:14
    a hot shower and clean sheets
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    15 Feb '21 21:141 edit
    I like the smell of Indian food - curry, so you can say it is a favourite of mine.
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    16 Feb '21 04:09
    @torunn said
    I like the smell of Indian food - curry, so you can say it is a favourite of mine.
    Indian would be my favorite food, there's an Indian guy here who opened a restaurant, it's a bit made for tourists in that it's not very spicy buy decent and cheap nevertheless.
  6. YNWA
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    16 Feb '21 15:52
    @trev33 said
    Indian would be my favorite food, there's an Indian guy here who opened a restaurant, it's a bit made for tourists in that it's not very spicy buy decent and cheap nevertheless.
    Learned to cook Indian food at Uni. One of my daughters came home after her first year and had learned the same. It occurred to me that basically the Asian students teach everybody else how to cook decent food?!?
  7. SubscriberFMF
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    16 Feb '21 23:48
    @trev33 said
    Favorite fruit: papaya
    I concur. Papaya, indeed.

    Running it a close second is what we here call "sirsak" which has a Dutch word for it - soursop - and that may be the only vocabulary available to an English speaker.
  8. SubscriberFMF
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    16 Feb '21 23:49
    Favourite film.

    Glengarry Glen Ross.
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    16 Feb '21 23:541 edit
    @fmf said
    Favourite film.

    Glengarry Glen Ross.
    That is a great film, and Jack Lemmon was cruelly robbed of his 3rd Oscar for his stellar performance.

    No false bonhomie, just an acknowledgement
  10. SubscriberFMF
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    16 Feb '21 23:57
    Favourite spreadable paste made of yeast extract.

    Marmite.
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    17 Feb '21 00:03
    Favourite TV series watched in the last few years.

    Gomorrah

    [C21st Italian gangsters set in Naples]
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    17 Feb '21 00:43
    @fmf said
    I concur. Papaya, indeed.

    Running it a close second is what we here call "sirsak" which has a Dutch word for it - soursop - and that may be the only vocabulary available to an English speaker.
    I've had this in Asia somewhere, Philippines I think, seems like a lot of work for a fruit. If you can't pick directly from the tree and start eating it I don't want to know😂
  13. SubscriberFMF
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    17 Feb '21 00:431 edit
    Favourite Ricky Gervais creation.

    It's still The Office, for me, although After Life was masterfully done.
  14. SubscriberFMF
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    17 Feb '21 00:45
    @trev33 said
    I've had this in Asia somewhere, Philippines I think, seems like a lot of work for a fruit. If you can't pick directly from the tree and start eating it I don't want to know😂
    Sirsak/Soursop is probably at its best and least inconvenient if someone simply turns it into an ice-cold juice for you.
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    17 Feb '21 01:37
    @fmf said
    Sirsak/Soursop is probably at its best and least inconvenient if someone simply turns it into an ice-cold juice for you.
    Favourite food: Raw oysters.
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