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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    I love our Scandinavian forum members. They disagree in the most polite way. +1 for Nordic civility.

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    Depends on how much we get provoked But we try ... we try

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peco View Post
    Depends on how much we get provoked But we try ... we try
    Or if it's about sports..

    Now we get most of it out when we wrestle polar bears in the street. They're so damn annoying pushing trash-cans over and threatening kids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candlejack View Post
    Or if it's about sports..

    Now we get most of it out when we wrestle polar bears in the street. They're so damn annoying pushing trash-cans over and threatening kids.
    When we kick your a s s i soccer lol - just kidding

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peco View Post
    When we kick your a s s i soccer lol - just kidding
    COME AT ME BRO

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_eWZX...eature=related

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    There we go now we're gonna get some Nordic Action -

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeepCSweede View Post
    There we go now we're gonna get some Nordic Action -
    Oh, you really don't want that. Have you seen a bunch or nords going all out on a polarbear in the streets of Stockholm after it pushed our booze down on the streets?

    That is messy. Messy as hell. And that is with just fists. This is a knife-forum. You don't want that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candlejack View Post
    Oh, you really don't want that. Have you seen a bunch or nords going all out on a polarbear in the streets of Stockholm after it pushed our booze down on the streets?

    That is messy. Messy as hell. And that is with just fists. This is a knife-forum. You don't want that.
    Well - well do you expect the polar bear to pay the all the tax on that booze? He doesn't even have any pockets!!

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    Sorry -Now we've really moved off topic - Back to your regularly scheduled thread about gastronomy

    I agree that there is a difference between a good chef and a cook. A good chef really understands how things go together to create a great tasting dish but that does not necessarily mean that it has to be fancy or scientific.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeepCSweede View Post
    I agree that there is a difference between a good chef and a cook. A good chef really understands how things go together to create a great tasting dish but that does not necessarily mean that it has to be fancy or scientific.
    There's a theory behind everything you do when you cook. If you don't know this theory - it's like walking blindfolded. You get around but don't have a clue where and why you end up where you do.

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