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Simply brilliant. Thank you very much.
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was thinking the exact same thing, except the inside f the can is coated. No issue.
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The kids love it. The dish is a little foreign to the asian pallette in that it is VERY rich. But hey... no one ever refuses ICE CREAM.
Yes I did. Added blue cheese too.
Did you know most Chinese are mildly lactose intolerant? Proceed with caution. Indians have no issue at all....
Now imagine serving this in South East Asia....
Thats a huge dog.
maybe the straps could have been labelled Jerk on... Jerk off....
Perfect rounded corners, with just a mitre box
I took all the funky coloured golf balls, drilled a hole in them and epoxy mounted long concrete nails in them ( heads cut off with a Dremel) Kids will hang up their clothes, jackets, helmets and the like if you mount these on boards or directly in walls. Also, clothes hung on the ball dont rip when pulled by impatient children.
man. That is one incredibly rich sauce. There goes my school girl figure.
If you go down to the country, they sell huge darning needles used to sew up burlap sacks. I use those too
using a crochet needle is easier because its usually powder coated or anodised, so it slides easier.
if you use a hammock often for a variety of styles, sideways, diagonally and the usual missionary, plus you have kids... its a good idea to use a jumar and climbing rope on one end for quick, secure adjustments.
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