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Still Well
Member
Mon Jul 27 20:57:11
it did not end well.

🙁

pillz
Member
Mon Jul 27 20:59:00
should kill the dog.
Still Well
Member
Mon Jul 27 21:00:03
how about no.

She’s spending the night in the garage.

pillz
Member
Mon Jul 27 21:02:13
i can do it
Still Well
Member
Mon Jul 27 21:02:54
it would be ill-advised.
pillz
Member
Mon Jul 27 21:04:43
but it comes highly suggested
Still Well
Member
Mon Jul 27 21:05:57
suggestions while high aren’t usually the best o follow.

:p

Real Fred
Member
Mon Jul 27 22:04:16
Wash the sucker in tomato juice.
The Powers That Be
Member
Mon Jul 27 22:54:30
Drown the sucker in tomato juice.

*fixed

Nujabes
Member
Mon Jul 27 23:05:55
You all say skunk smells horrendous but it has a very similar aroma as sesame oil. I think it’s a bit exaggerated when people describe the skunk odor, because it’s not that bad.
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Mon Jul 27 23:11:55
that’s the dumbest thing you’ve ever posted
tragically hip
Member
Mon Jul 27 23:19:07
How bad do you have to smell before sunk odour is a mere inconvenience, if not an all together tolerable scent phenomenon, Poison?
Nujabes
Member
Mon Jul 27 23:40:58
maybe it’s the fact that you are a westerner that you can’t really understand what I’m saying. Skunk really does smell like sesame oil. According to a research done, 70% of Westerners hated the smell of Sesame Oil. They say it closely reminded them of skunk odor.

You would never understand. I hate the smell of cheese because it smells like a dirty rag. But then you’d think I’m ridiculous because you probably grew up having a bite of cheese after every meal.

Here’s the source for the research:

Palem
Person.
Tue Jul 28 10:11:04
Your point: Snunk smells like Sesame oil

My point: No one gives a fuck about you or what you have to say.

Nujabes
Member
Tue Jul 28 10:40:59
“Your point: Snunk smells like Sesame oil”

Wrong. I’m not aware what snunk is, so how can i possibly compare something I haven’t even heard of before to anything?

Palem
Person.
Tue Jul 28 10:59:06
“maybe it’s the fact that you are a westerner that you can’t really understand what I’m saying. Skunk really does smell like sesame oil.”

Are you so retarded that you can’t remember wtf you post?

My fucking god.

Nujabes
Member
Tue Jul 28 11:02:09
I still don’t see myself comparing this so-called “Snunk” to anything.

I’ll be patient while you search it out.

blinkypoo
New Member
Tue Jul 28 12:04:34
I like fritos
Ubes JAC
Wildebeest
Tue Jul 28 12:05:37
Poison is used to things that smell bad.

Ever hung around koreans before?

tragically hip
Member
Tue Jul 28 12:10:20
“I still don’t see myself comparing this so-called “Snunk” to anything.”

“it has a very similar aroma as sesame oil.”

“Skunk really does smell like sesame oil”

Ubes JAC
Wildebeest
Tue Jul 28 12:14:37
Oh, and SW.. that blows. In other news, one of my dogs had a run in with a porcupine a few days ago. That should learn him.
Nujabes
Member
Tue Jul 28 12:15:37
Again, you single-celled simpleton, your quoting of my previously made statement still fails to show that I made any comparison with regards to a “Snunk” to anything.
Agri
Patron
Tue Jul 28 12:17:21
You must be a simpleton to not understand that when someone says snunk, they actually mean skunk.

That or just plain stupid 🙂

tragically hip
Member
Tue Jul 28 12:21:03
Yep, pretty fucking retarded.
Ubes JAC
Wildebeest
Tue Jul 28 12:21:14
He’s trolling. Let the wannabe rapist be.
blinkypoo
Member
Tue Jul 28 12:22:48
AHAHAAAAAAH. you all are stupid.
Nujabes
Member
Tue Jul 28 12:27:01
“When someone says snunk, they actually mean skunk”

No. For me, a snunk is a snunk and a skunk is a skunk, the same way a cat is a cat and a rat is rat. Just because the words share the same vowel don’t make them the same words.

So again, where have I made any comparison of Snunk to anything? I’m still waiting.

blinkypoo
Member
Tue Jul 28 12:28:37
AND YOU ALWAYS WILL BE WAITING.

its okay. I have a nice sheep you can have

Palem
Person.
Tue Jul 28 13:08:45
Fine, you wanna be a stupid little whiney bitch about it.

“Just because the words share the same vowel don’t make them the same words.”

Next time you’re trying to be a stupid little prick and your asian starts showing, I’m gonna make you look like an even bigger ass (if that’s possible).

blinkypoo
Member
Tue Jul 28 13:11:52
you go girl!
Nujabes
Member
Tue Jul 28 13:18:26
So you can’t quote me on making the comparison?

Why would you lie like that, saying that I made a comparison that I never did? I don’t care if my grammar’s bugging you. Boo fucking hoo. At least I don’t resort to making false accusations to prove my point.

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Sesame Oil: Love It or Leave It

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Hi all
I recently made a cantonese dish that called for sesame oil in the sauce, and while there was only 1 tsp in close to a 1/2 cup of liquid I found it overpowering. I sat back and thought about it a little, and while I typically always add the suggested sesame oil when I come across it, I don’t’ think I actually like it.
Sounds odd, and perhaps it is just me, but at times I think we get into the habit of doing things a certain way and stop thinking about the qualities imparted by certain ingredients. There are a few other asian dishes I make that call for sesame oil, and in most cases I find it detracts from the dish.
That being said it might just be that I am using a poor quality oil. I do believe the bottle sitting in my fridge is Asian Family which isn’t a top quality brand, would a better oil make a difference.
Anyone else have any thoughts on sesame oil?

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