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Discussion in 'OX & Alex Forum' started by Bullman, Oct 4, 2012.
Is "dango" a semi swear word in Italian...... Spanish perhaps?
Inquiring minds want to know.
You know, like.... "Mario hit his thumb with a hammer and cried DANGO"
Which he probably said something much worse because he hit his thumb with a hammer, something like ****************o, but you get the point.
For I am flattered once again! A word invented after me !
This (WHAT I DO HERE) is to keep this place alive,even at the expense
of self-esteem !
Actually , it's worth it for I shall be famous for something yes?
And if you ain't laughed yet,I'll try even harder!
Oh,and by the way,your talking to yourself!
When Da Bullman speaks, everybody listens or they suffer the Blue Flame of Righteousness.
How good of you to notice
I even did it without the benefit of an IV drip. However, I might be willing to try one if they can figure out how to do it without needles.
Dango is a Japanese dumpling.
DUMPLING ? I have been called many a name but that is a new one,are they tastey ?
There are many different varieties of dango
Of which variety is ours?
Well they broke the mold on this model,superior ! It is at times hard to be humble!
Some dangos are full of beans, some are sweet, some are sour, some have a skewer through them and some are a type of meatball.
Are any bells ringing?
And some are covered with sweet syrup.
Well ,let us see here! I can see the skewer but not quite through
me and sweet,I can do that"ask the wife", sour,been know to be at times,can't relate to the beans or the meatball though!
So yeah,you got a few tinkles there !
On the rocks perhaps ?.............
Getting a little kinky in here
Maybe for you.
I'm comfortable with syrup for most occasions as long as there are plenty of towels at hand.
I skiped that one intentionally,"Low-Profile", the 5th, .......!
the pancake headed bunny is the perfect medium for soaking up excess syrup.
Now who is kinky?
and PANKO is Japanese breadcrumbs!