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Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by fatso, Jun 5, 2004.
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I'm itchin' to know x-zackly what is this sago pudding??
Or do I really want to hear, hope it's not one of those
Hi Cid, sago pudding is like a rice creamy pudding only the sago is big and lumpy You can buy it in Canada at the bulk stores.
Always served up for kids who stayed for school dinners in the U K as I did some times. That and pruns and custered,
Do you think this is a kids reaction to eating it?
I'll try again on the pic
It's a JPEG picture, small enough, and going strictly by the how-to. last time
You start eating.
OK, I think I've got it. This is a kids reaction to eating it
It looks and tastes like frogspawn in milk.
I wouldn't know, Iv'e never tasted it in milk. That's not your regular diet, is it Jon?
Not recently - we were force fed the stuff once a week for school dinners (UK). :cry:
- also known as tapioca pearls. Yuk!
How do you start a pudding race?
Start by pudding everyone in a straight line.
How do you shoot a purple elephant?
I don't know. How do you shoot a purple elephant?
How do you start a pudding race? Well, first you find a male pudding and a female pudding. Then you get the female pudding REALLY drunk, and just let nature take its course...
Sago, tapioca, rice pudding!!!!!!! The horror!!!!!!!!!! Best way I know to start a race is to serve one of the above and then watch everyone flee from the table in all directions!!
By the way Jetrock - I know your brother Sheet!
If charging, from a kneeling position, centered on the left chest, using a
.500 H&H Express Magnum. A follow-up shot should be anticipated.
I guess I'm just in one of those moods today ...