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Old 02-05-08, 01:56 PM   #1
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Since Foo became Church...

Seems like there is nothing funny here anymore. Either all of the funny people have left, their writers are on strike or they are living in fear of offending someone with something humorous that might offend. Shall we start sharing recipes?

Here is mine.
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How to Cook a Coot
Recipe file created November 30, 1999.
An old family recipe handed down for many generations. I chose not to use a modern recipe format in order to retain the flavour of the oral recitation, just as I received it.

Take one coot. Pluck and clean the bird. Put a brick in the cavity. Season well with salt, pepper, and garlic. Place in a large casserole dish. Add 3 cups water to dish. Bake, covered, 12 hours. Add 1 bottle white wine. Return to oven for a further 12 hours. Add 4 chopped onions and one more bottle of white wine. Bake another 12 hours. Continue adding 1 bottle of white wine every 12 hours until the brick is soft. Then discard the coot and eat the brick.
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Old 02-05-08, 01:58 PM   #2
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I already shared my Spotted Dick recipe .

Are you saying that I'm NOT amusing?

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I already shared my Spotted Dick recipe .

Are you saying that I'm NOT amusing?

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I'm just here to light a few votives and pour out a few ounces of malt liquor for my homies, is that okay, Father Guido?
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A monkey with a gun is funny to you? How dare you, my uncle was shot by a monkey.
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On very thin ice here.
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On very thin ice here.
heh. as usual. can we not do anything in this forum any longer without offending ANYONE????
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On very thin ice here.
Seriously?
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JavaDoc also pays special attention to @deprecated tags when generating html files. Javadoc parses the entire paragraph following the @deprecated tag and moves it to the front of the description, placing it in italics and preceding it with a warning, "Note: foo is deprecated", in bold. It also adds "Deprecated" in bold to any index entries mentioning the deprecated entity.
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Would you mind keeping it down? Some of us are tryin' to pray here.
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On very thin ice here.
Here too.

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Old 02-05-08, 02:55 PM   #15
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On very thin ice here.
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My friend Jesus Montoya demonstrates mad skillz:

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Wow, a guy named Jesus walking on water. This really is like church.
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Nobody .......... with the Jesus.

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A monkey with a gun is funny to you? How dare you, my uncle was shot by a monkey.
Lady: "My husband was shot to death by six armed men."
Man: "Were they bank robbers?"
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Show your age, name that one without googlin'.
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A priest and a rabbi walk into a bar. Bartender says "what is this, some kinda joke?"
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If this was my church, it would be all kinds of rowdy. Can I get a "woop woop!"
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Elephant Stew Recipe

Due to the popularity of this recipe I have decided to give it it's own page. As you can see, various people from all over the world have been sending me suggestions on how to improve this recipe. Please email me your comment/suggestion and I will gladly add it to this page, if you happen to have your own website, send the URL along as well and I will add the link with your name....and if you add your mailing address with your suggestion, I will also send you a South African Wildlife postcard!
So, c'mon, be a sport, lets see how many suggestions we can get!




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Elephant Stew
Don't get me wrong, I love animals and this recipe was given to me as a laugh, so have a smile with me. This dish takes about 2 to 3 months to prepare.
Note: Under no circumstances do we kill elephants for food in South Africa. All elephants exist protected in their natural habitat in our game parks. When the parks become overpopulated (elephants are very destructive to the flora) they are either re-located or undergo planned culling.

Ingredients
1 Elephant
10 Warthog
100 kilogram tomatoes
half ton potatoes
2 bags onions
100 kilogram salt
1 wheelbarrow onions (heaped)
10 liter vinegar
20 liter chutney
4 Guineafowl

Method
Hunt the elephant, warthog and guineafowl. Hang guineafowl to ripen. Cut elephant into edible chunks, (will take about a month). Boil the warthog with other ingredients (except guineafowl) till nice and juicy. Now boil elephant chunks over high flames till tender. (will take about 4 weeks) and add everything together. Boil for another 5 to 7 days.
Produces about 3,500 helpings.
Note: If the above isn't enough, add the guineafowl as well.
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