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Pasties are also very popular here. There's also a German version where they make a large tray as one giant pastie and sell slices of it.Here in Michigan, the Finnish and Polish miners were schooled by the Welsh and now a takeaway are Pasties.
There must be some cultural referrence there that I've never heard.Not the stripper adornment way.
Pasties (Pay-stees) are tassle-like coverings that strippers sometimes wear over their aerolae in locales that don't allow full topless nudityThere must be some cultural referrence there that I've never heard.
I'm a big fan of the Mongolian and Sichuan flavours. I've tried to imitate them at home a few times but I'm just not as good.I like Chinese food,
Thank you both, a term that I had never heard before.
Also, where I live Thongs are a type of footwear, not anal floss.
We have really bad take out food here in Iceland.
G-Strings.Oh Australia. So if thongs are footwear there, what do you call the underwear we call thongs? I'm guessing "hats"?
I've never actually tried anything Mongolian or Sichuan - well I thought I hadn't tried the latter but apparently Kung Pao chicken is from Sichuan and I've had and I enjoy that.I'm a big fan of the Mongolian and Sichuan flavours. I've tried to imitate them at home a few times but I'm just not as good.
It's probably incredibly close to just how they cook it at home.Of course, I've only had American Chinese Kung Pao chicken and not the style as actually made in Sichuan, but as far as I'm concerned American Chinese food is still good.
Don’t even ask him about “fanny packs.”Oh Australia. So if thongs are footwear there, what do you call the underwear we call thongs? I'm guessing "hats"?
Literally tears streaming down my face with laughter. Thank you so much.Don’t even ask him about “fanny packs.”
I grew up calling these thongs as well. It wasn't until the mid 1990s when people started calling them flip flops (at least where I lived).G-Strings.
Thongs look like this:
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