TWTWTW in Malaga

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  1. monacoger

    monacoger Forum Simpleton

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    No idea, as I have never heard of Anusol, but I would guess it isn't.
     
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    I once shat it from this big bruiser with a machete in the capital city.

    That's right I was Chicken Kiev.

    I'm here all week, folks!!
     
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  3. Mick O'Toon

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    I was in a Tesco in Phuket:emoticon-0148-yes:
     
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    monacoger Forum Simpleton

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    I haven't had that in decades but seemingly you can still buy it. Generally in poor areas I would imagine.
     
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    It is pretty foul from what I remember.
     
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    monacoger Forum Simpleton

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    I am still fond of a prawn cocktail which was also very popular when Chicken Kiev was popular. It is all in the Marie Rose sauce doe the prawn cocktail. Some idiots don't put in Lea & Perrins sauce in it. I prefer to use salad cream as opposed to mayonnaise, but then again I am a rather wacky kind of guy.
     
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    Layer of lettuce, layer of prawns, half a bottle of Thousand Island Dressing, voila.
     
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    Not had that in ****ing years, I had forgotten about it actually.
     
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    :emoticon-0119-puke:
     
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    Can't stand prawns.
     
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    Treble Keyser Söze

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    I can't help thinking this has been deliberately missed in mon's recent updates...

     
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    rogueleader suave gringo

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    A little light on the bbq news this week.
     
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  13. monacoger

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    Had people round last Sunday and was supposed to have sausage on the BBQ but by the time we had finished the ribs and paella we were full so didn't need to BBQ the sausage. The ribs were ****ing great. They were done in the oven not the BBQ(well, boiled first obviously)
     
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    rogueleader suave gringo

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    I like it mate, a kind of sideways glance dipping into the bbq lifestyle, even when the bbq isn’t really used in the end.
    Awards incoming imho.
     
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    monacoger Forum Simpleton

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    <laugh>
     
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    Eight people are facing court in Malaga charged with using homemade explosives to blow open 14 bank machines on the Costa del Sol and stealing more than €270,000 in 2 months.

    A criminal network that kidnapped a man on the Costa del Sol and demanded a one million euro ransom for his release have been caught. The gang had allegedly linked the Belgian victim to the theft of a drug shipment and not only did they hold him against his will for five days, but they also tortured him.

    A Malaga court has sentenced a Casabermeja goatherder to one year and one day in prison for a crime of animal abuse. In addition to the jail sentence, the court has also banned him from working with or owning animals for three years and one day and fined him €7,000.


    I will hopefully have more interesting news for you next week, guise <cheers>
     
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    Lochers Leader of POOVES

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    Wow what a zany place pmsl
     
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    You should read some of the stories that I didn't share with y'all OMG
     
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    Guardia Civil have found 142 kilos of hashish and 148 kilos of marijuana hidden among crates of cauliflowers. 178 tonnes of marble worth over 4 million euros was also found. After searching the homes of the 11 who were arrested, 10 vehicles, 92,000 euros, 7,500 Swedish Króna and 4,230 Swiss Francs were found along with a large amount of high-end jewellery and watches.

    Rising prices in the midst of the crisis are costing families an extra 750 euros a year.

    A former priest has been reported for stealing valuable jewellery belonging to the church. Police have recovered 12 items but still no cash. When questioned about it, a good looking local chap replied, "****ing typical of those fenian bastards"
     
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  20. Mick O'Toon

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    Any sign of Brendan?
     
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