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Old 09-28-2013, 04:25 PM   #11
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I'm Ezil. This is funny. Apparently I had already created an account in 2007 but I didn't remember it. When I signed up the other day and wanted my usual user name on forums, Lize, it was taken. Therefor I turned it backwards and called myself Ezil instead. I then discovered that I was the one who had taken the name Lize when I logged in to the Lize-account by mistake. (I use the name on other forums as I said already. I had apparently used the same password as well.) By that time I had already started to post as Ezil. Ugh... I have asked them to merge the accounts and to keep the name Lize... I'm sorry if this causes any confusion!
Your avatar keeps making me hungry for kräftor (crayfish). They made the Montreal Ikea one of the biggest in the world and increased the size of the food section. My German neighbour told me that they have frozen crayfish. I looked on the Ikea website. The danged kräftor are from China. phooey. Food from China scares me.
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Old 09-28-2013, 05:20 PM   #12
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Your avatar keeps making me hungry for kräftor (crayfish). They made the Montreal Ikea one of the biggest in the world and increased the size of the food section. My German neighbour told me that they have frozen crayfish. I looked on the Ikea website. The danged kräftor are from China. phooey. Food from China scares me.
I love crayfish and we eat them every fall here. The Swedish fresh ones are usually very pricey so it's common to eat Chinese or Turkish frozen ones here as well. (Defrosted of course, hehe) The ones in the avatar are Chinese and they were very tasty. :)
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Old 09-28-2013, 06:51 PM   #13
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I love crayfish and we eat them every fall here. The Swedish fresh ones are usually very pricey so it's common to eat Chinese or Turkish frozen ones here as well. (Defrosted of course, hehe) The ones in the avatar are Chinese and they were very tasty. :)
They might be tasty, but I don't trust what they feed them or the conditions under which they were raised.
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