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Perfumecity Post time: 2016-10-18 15:26
Haven't found a Brit who doesn't like truffles. Unsurprising.

How many have you found?

I thought I was your first

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1584austin Post time: 2016-10-18 15:28
I used to fish a lot, on boats piers beach etc.

I went on Sunday just gone, to Southend on sea pi ...

I wee an Alvy surf rod it's fun

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Perfumecity Post time: 2016-10-18 15:24
A river or a brook is enough 4 u then.

Ocean, river, lake and a dam I'll fish anywhere

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Perfumecity Post time: 2016-10-12 13:28
Luks yummy, but CHIN don't eat caviar.      

I wanna try.      

Chinese people will eat anything especially if its been hidden in a hot pot where nobody cares what they are eating.
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Perfumecity Post time: 2016-10-18 14:16
Why? I thought all westerners like caviar.

No - it's the sort of thing that rich people serve their guests to impress them at a wedding. It is unlikely that you would go to a restaurant and see it on the menu because there isn't a lot of demand for it. You will understand why when you first try it.
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Post time 2016-10-18 16:43:06 |Display all floors
Perfumecity Post time: 2016-10-18 15:17
That's a pity. U r like Sichuanese or Chongqingers who also dislike or don't ea seafood.       ...

There is no shortage of fish eating Chinese in Sichuan.
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Perfumecity Post time: 2016-10-18 15:26
Haven't found a Brit who doesn't like truffles. Unsurprising.

I don't believe I have ever tried the taste of truffles. Send me a couple of kilo's and I'll give you my opinion.
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