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My Codpiece is bigger than yours and I've got a big Pike

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Well done - some superb painting there, Kerry.

Good to see that you adhere to the "it's not a proper pike block unless it has at least three ranks" rule.
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COTOTS lets you do it with 6.
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Can I just point out that this is in no way encouraging you talented git

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Alright, s'pose.
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1) Would this be the piece of cod that passeth all understanding?
2) What exactly is the relevance of the extra-large, river-dwelling fish?
3) I'm pretty sure you're not supposed to serve salt and fresh water types together*.

(* Anyone fancy giving us an incandescently catatonic (ie normal everyday) Gordon Ramsey impersonation?)
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Yeah, but...mine is bigger than yours (the photo at least):
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BaronVonWreckedoften wrote: Sun Jun 14, 2020 9:57 am 1) Would this be the piece of cod that passeth all understanding?
2) What exactly is the relevance of the extra-large, river-dwelling fish?
3) I'm pretty sure you're not supposed to serve salt and fresh water types together*.

(* Anyone fancy giving us an incandescently catatonic (ie normal everyday) Gordon Ramsey impersonation?)
Northern Peru offers us El trio de ceviches. Strips of Trout, Tilapea, and a river catfish plaited and pickled (for 7 minutes)in lemon juice. To die for, washed down with copious pisco sours.
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grizzlymc wrote: Sun Jun 14, 2020 2:01 pm
BaronVonWreckedoften wrote: Sun Jun 14, 2020 9:57 am 3) I'm pretty sure you're not supposed to serve salt and fresh water types together*.
Northern Peru offers us El trio de ceviches. Strips of Trout, Tilapea, and a river catfish plaited and pickled (for 7 minutes)in lemon juice. To die for, washed down with copious pisco sours.
Aren't those all fresh water? :evilgrin:
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levied troop wrote: Sun Jun 14, 2020 12:14 pm Yeah, but...mine is bigger than yours (the photo at least):
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That is a truly terrifying looking unit!
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