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LarryWolfe

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Chris Finney said:
Bun Cha Gio Thit Nuong, but it's Vietnamese not Chinese. :-X

Well then why are you posting if it's not Chinese food? :) I see, you are saying they all look alike. That's just wrong! :eek:
 

Nick Prochilo

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GlennR said:
Kung Pao Chicken. If it's done a little crispy and has plenty of peanuts. I actually had it served to me once with no peanuts and tons of peppers and celery. Odd.

Hey Glenn, they just got #7 & #8 mixed up that day!
 

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Nick Prochilo said:
Anything with an egg roll. Hey Larry, Have another beer! :bored:

I will Nick, and I got an idea of what I'm doing with the can when I am done with it!
 

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Larry Wolfe said:
[quote="Nick Prochilo":2zpwu22m]Anything with an egg roll. Hey Larry, Have another beer! :bored:

I will Nick, and I got an idea of what I'm doing with the can when I am done with it![/quote:2zpwu22m]

DOH
#-o
 

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In ur house, eatin ur foodz.
Back to the thread ....

PU-PU
(THE platter not to be confused with all the other internet pictures/movies that have the phrase "those wacky aznz". >;-p)

and house fried rice.
 

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