1. Wat?
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    24 Dec '11 17:09
    Seems everybody is tucking into a dead turkey today.

    They must all be wrong and liars, especially if they wrap the breast with juicy pigs ass. Yum Yum!

    Some Ox stock or cow's stock makes it all the more tasty.

    You just don't know what you have missed out on in life, as you have been indoctrinated beyond the hilt.

    But even in your lamentation, I wish you Happy Christ Mass.

    -m. 😏
  2. Standard memberRJHinds
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    24 Dec '11 17:271 edit
    Originally posted by mikelom
    Seems everybody is tucking into a dead turkey today.

    They must all be wrong and liars, especially if they wrap the breast with juicy pigs ass. Yum Yum!

    Some Ox stock or cow's stock makes it all the more tasty.

    You just don't know what you have missed out on in life, as you have been indoctrinated beyond the hilt.

    But even in your lamentation, I wish you Happy Christ Mass.

    -m. 😏
    On Dasa profile - About Dasa
    Dasa wrote the following:

    * Important: Please ignore all of the public forum postings from about
    July10th 2010 back to the beginning of postings.
    (or in other words about the first 24 pages of postings) give or take a few.
    * It was not the current Dasa speaking at the time - but someone else.

    Let us hope and pray the after Christmas we will again have a new Dasa
    that disavows all previous posts and states he has become a new creature
    in Christ.
    Amen.
  3. Subscribersonhouse
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    24 Dec '11 17:41
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    On Dasa profile - About Dasa
    Dasa wrote the following:

    * Important: Please ignore all of the public forum postings from about
    July10th 2010 back to the beginning of postings.
    (or in other words about the first 24 pages of postings) give or take a few.
    * It was not the current Dasa speaking at the time - but someone else.

    Let us hope and pray the ...[text shortened]... asa
    that disavows all previous posts and states he has become a new creature
    in Christ.
    Amen.
    Lets all pray for the success of atheism.
  4. England
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    24 Dec '11 18:40
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    Lets all pray for the success of atheism.
    25/12/2011 will pray for them
  5. Standard memberRJHinds
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    24 Dec '11 18:50
    Originally posted by stoker
    25/12/2011 will pray for them
    Who do atheist pray to?
  6. Standard memberRJHinds
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    24 Dec '11 18:51
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    Lets all pray for the success of atheism.
    And who will you pray to?
  7. Wat?
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    24 Dec '11 19:04
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    Who do atheists pray to?
    None of your business. 😀

    If only you knew. But we don't share it, because we know better. 😛

    -m. 😉
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    24 Dec '11 19:06
    Originally posted by mikelom
    Seems everybody is tucking into a dead turkey today.

    They must all be wrong and liars, especially if they wrap the breast with juicy pigs ass. Yum Yum!

    Some Ox stock or cow's stock makes it all the more tasty.

    You just don't know what you have missed out on in life, as you have been indoctrinated beyond the hilt.

    But even in your lamentation, I wish you Happy Christ Mass.

    -m. 😏
    Merry Christmas Mike, hope your turkey will be as succulent as ours. I will pray that dasa enjoys his nut roast as much.
  9. Standard memberRJHinds
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    24 Dec '11 19:14
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Merry Christmas Mike, hope your turkey will be as succulent as ours. I will pray that dasa enjoys his nut roast as much.
    We always have roast beef on Christmas because we have two turkeys on
    Thanksgiving, one roasted and the other one fried. My wife always makes
    oyster stew for Christmas breakfast, since it is a tradition in her family.
  10. SubscriberSuzianne
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    24 Dec '11 19:25
    Originally posted by mikelom
    Seems everybody is tucking into a dead turkey today.

    They must all be wrong and liars, especially if they wrap the breast with juicy pigs ass. Yum Yum!

    Some Ox stock or cow's stock makes it all the more tasty.

    You just don't know what you have missed out on in life, as you have been indoctrinated beyond the hilt.

    But even in your lamentation, I wish you Happy Christ Mass.

    -m. 😏
    Today?

    Not Christmas Day itself?
  11. Standard memberRajk999
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    24 Dec '11 20:05
    Originally posted by Suzianne
    Today?

    Not Christmas Day itself?
    Its Christmas day in Thailand.
  12. Standard memberRBHILL
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    24 Dec '11 20:40
    Originally posted by Rajk999
    Its Christmas day in Thailand.
    dido
  13. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    24 Dec '11 20:46
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    Lets all pray for the success of atheism.
    Amen

    happy christmas all
  14. Standard memberkaroly aczel
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    24 Dec '11 21:00
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    We always have roast beef on Christmas because we have two turkeys on
    Thanksgiving, one roasted and the other one fried. My wife always makes
    oyster stew for Christmas breakfast, since it is a tradition in her family.
    Oyster stew ?!?

    Is that nice or do you just stomach it cause it's tradition.

    Today we will be going down the road to my mums place to celebrate her idiosynchratic way of doing xmas. She's a pretty good cook.
    I'll forgoe the varied meats she pops out of seemingly nowhere , but she makes this Hungarian xmas cake every year. There's 2 kinds- walnut or poppy seed. Opinions are divided right down the middle as to which one is the best. I like poppy seed because you may just get a slight euphoric tingle out of that one 🙂
    Plus there's the traditional (vodka based) egg nog. Very tasty. And of course the Hungarian xmas lollies which have been a tradition ever since I was a live. My dad sent them over this year.


    Of course it's going to be too much and I have my doggy bag already to go to take the leftovers.
    Hope you all have a good day y'all , and remember, even if your not a xmas person yourself, you can still add to someone elses experience of the day buy chilling out and perhaps even raising a smile or two during the day (for some reason I get the feeling Dasa doesn't smile much during xmas)
  15. Standard memberRJHinds
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    24 Dec '11 23:52
    Originally posted by karoly aczel
    Oyster stew ?!?

    Is that nice or do you just stomach it cause it's tradition.

    Today we will be going down the road to my mums place to celebrate her idiosynchratic way of doing xmas. She's a pretty good cook.
    I'll forgoe the varied meats she pops out of seemingly nowhere , but she makes this Hungarian xmas cake every year. There's 2 kinds- walnut ...[text shortened]... o during the day (for some reason I get the feeling Dasa doesn't smile much during xmas)
    The oyster stew is not for me, but my wife loves it. I guess it is an acquired
    taste. She likes the egg nog too. I don't. I just wait for the roast beef.
    Dasa eat your heart out with envy. Ha Ha. Merry Christmas! 😀
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