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9 hours ago, hasanhh said:

Here is an "eye burner" of a question:

How long does it take to peel an onion layer by layer?

Your answer requires a size-to-time graph.

depends on my wife's mood.

@starlight - why are you cutting up @Cake? He is so nice and friendly.

On 2/1/2017 at 1:48 PM, Ron_Burgundy said:

My question;

How old would you be if you didn't know how old you are?

I would be 18 and go back to uni.

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My question:

A lot of people say they will play golf when they retire. What do golfers do when they retire? Work?

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19 minutes ago, Outsider said:

Why can't woman just say what they mean and mean what they say?

Because they are artists, masters of abstract concepts. You know that feeling of anxiety before sitting an exam when you're not sure how things will pan out. Now take that feeling and multiply it by infinity, equals = Woman! I'm not even married but thank God I know what it means when it is said 'marriage is a test'

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1 hour ago, saas said:

Because they are artists, masters of abstract concepts. You know that feeling of anxiety before sitting an exam when you're not sure how things will pan out. Now take that feeling and multiply it by infinity, equals = Woman! I'm not even married but thank God I know what it means when it is said 'marriage is a test'

yeah i guess they dont give you half of yoru iman for nothing

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3 hours ago, saas said:

Because they are artists, masters of abstract concepts. You know that feeling of anxiety before sitting an exam when you're not sure how things will pan out. Now take that feeling and multiply it by infinity, equals = Woman! I'm not even married but thank God I know what it means when it is said 'marriage is a test'

Yep, this blabber is too abstract for me.

No wonder there are "men only" clubs.

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@wolverine

How to Cook Lamb Spare Ribs (by electric slow cooker)

Ingredients:
4 lb (1800 g) lamb spare ribs
1/2 tsp (2.5 ml) salt
1 onion, sliced
3 to 4 cups (750 to 1000 ml) barbecue sauce

Directions:
Salt the lamb ribs and Broil in the oven to brown them (optional). Fat will be rendered. Put the lamb ribs (not the rendered fat) in the electric 'slow cookier' and cover them with chopped onions and barbecue sauce. Cook on low for 6-7 hours and more if you did not broil first. When done, let the ribs rest for 5 minutes or you will burn your mouth.

Slow Cooker Lamb Ribs

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On 2/20/2017 at 10:42 AM, hasanhh said:

Now l forgot my "burning question".

:clap: And SC cheers.

:thankyou: You are welcome.

Did you remember your burning question yet? :) 

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41 minutes ago, Darth Vader said:

My question is: What is "Sheesh Mahal" and what is its relation to "Sheesh Kebab".

Thxinfo~

Lol bhai saheb, are you just pulling our collective leg?

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26 minutes ago, Darth Vader said:

No I have always wondered about the sheesh part in sheesh kabab and sheesh mahal. What does it mean? Why is the kebab named sheesh kebab to be precise.

Both sound the same but have different meanings and origins.

Sheesh is diminutive of sheesha - mirror or crystal. Hence sheesh mahal = crystal palace.

Sheesh kebab = seekh kebab. It's a dish of Middle Eastern origin. Iranians and Turkish called it 'sheesh kebab.' When it reached India it became 'seekh kebab.' Sometimes desis call it sheesh to make it sound more exotic.

 

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