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Oddly, I hate liver (mom scarred me for life).

Did it involve fava beans? o.O

 

Even worse, okra. To this day the mere smell of cooking liver make me want to dry heave.

 

I was having a "Silence of the Lambs" flashback.

 

I like okra and I like fried liver, but I dunno that I've ever eaten both at once

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s/he (i'm not sure of the correct term to use for someone moving between gender as we no longer have the neutral term in English)

Pretty sure the current correct usage would be to say "she".

 

 

Ah so use the gender they're aiming for and not the one they were born with, makes sense, thank you for the clarification.

 

Edit: Well I know what i'm making for dinner now, this thread has one purpose.

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Do you guys think that kebab should be considered a sausage? It is so good...

 

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Do you guys think that kebab should be considered a sausage? It is so good...

I dunno. Seems a sausage should have a casing.


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s/he (i'm not sure of the correct term to use for someone moving between gender as we no longer have the neutral term in English)

Pretty sure the current correct usage would be to say "she".

Ah so use the gender they're aiming for and not the one they were born with, makes sense, thank you for the clarification.

 

Edit: Well I know what i'm making for dinner now, this thread has one purpose.

If you're talking about transsexuals, yes. But if they're gender fluid, I have no clue what the best pronoun is, you should probably ask the person in question what they prefer.
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Well i'm a 100% sure the correct term is "it" as whenever I use that those individuals seems to have 100% accuracy in knowing about who I talk about.

Just because they have become accustomed to the discrimination doesn't make it right. Referring to someone as "it", regardless of the reason, is 100% dehumanizing and uncalled for. Unless youre purposely trying to be rude to them?

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Can one of the mods spin this off into a sausage thread?

 

I really want to talk sausage without the distraction of non-sausage related themes and materials

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But it is a long piece of meat...

 

 Well I guess you are right ,you can still make a kebab using some sausages(I love food porn)

 

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Well i'm a 100% sure the correct term is "it" as whenever I use that those individuals seems to have 100% accuracy in knowing about who I talk about.

Just because they have become accustomed to the discrimination doesn't make it right. Referring to someone as "it", regardless of the reason, is 100% dehumanizing and uncalled for. Unless youre purposely trying to be rude to them?

 

 

Well said Gfted1,  but there are plenty of veiled comments that demonstrate bigotry in this thread...Sharp_One just doesn't know where the line is or how to hide it so he won't be breaking forum rules 


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Just because they have become accustomed to the discrimination doesn't make it right. Referring to someone as "it", regardless of the reason, is 100% dehumanizing and uncalled for. Unless youre purposely trying to be rude to them?

I dunno, I call people IT all the time. They're the morons who broke our disk mounts.


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I forgot but there is a special pub in my country that makes a very special sausages that are filled with kebab meat (I think that they have a secret recipe for them). They are amazing ,and this is how they look like:

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You mean they look like that in marketing, the stuff you get when you order is probably all misshapen and mangled :p


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Well i'm a 100% sure the correct term is "it" as whenever I use that those individuals seems to have 100% accuracy in knowing about who I talk about.

Just because they have become accustomed to the discrimination doesn't make it right. Referring to someone as "it", regardless of the reason, is 100% dehumanizing and uncalled for. Unless youre purposely trying to be rude to them?

 

Most of LGBT individuals tend to change their favorite term for themselves so often that any sane person stopped bothering with correct terms long time ago.

Also I'm not obligated to be pleasant to any person. And I'm especially not gonna be pleasant to any person that have a problem with me based on my race and/or gender by default. 

 

 You seem to know a lot about the LGBT community? I assume you have lots of gay friends....got to be honest that surprises me as you generally come across as a bigot on most topics .


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You mean they look like that in marketing, the stuff you get when you order is probably all misshapen and mangled :p

They look the same. In the good restaurants of Israel the meat you are ordering is looking better than the commercials. Only the crap you buy in MCdonalds and other American fast 'restaurants' looks like shoe soles.

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Even in some pubs here the sausages or meat does come out a bit mangled, but I guess these are chain pubs for the most part.

 

No sausage places around here, shazbot. I will buy some on the way home, local grocery has these awesome honey garlic ones.


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s/he (i'm not sure of the correct term to use for someone moving between gender as we no longer have the neutral term in English)

Pretty sure the current correct usage would be to say "she".

 

Ah so use the gender they're aiming for and not the one they were born with, makes sense, thank you for the clarification.

 

Edit: Well I know what i'm making for dinner now, this thread has one purpose.

 

If you're talking about transsexuals, yes. But if they're gender fluid, I have no clue what the best pronoun is, you should probably ask the person in question what they prefer.

 

Good point, I'm not familiar really with gender fluidity, so my basis of reference may be somewhat off base with respect to them.

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@Hypocrite: I would never agree anything with an abuser of women.

 

I like the talk of sausages.

 

Edit: Has anybody ever found any Vegan or Vegetarian sausages that were not utterly disgusting, i've tried several varieties and never found a satisfactory one.

 

These are my go to veggie sausages:

 

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They have a pretty strong taste of sundried tomatoes, and they are too dry to eat all alone, but mixed in with spaghetti or another pasta they are pretty tasty.

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And I'm especially not gonna be pleasant to any person that have a problem with me based on my race and/or gender by default.

Are you saying that the LGBT community in your area actively discriminates against you? If that's the case then I can understand a bit of your hostility toward them, but then aren't you doing the same thing to them? That seems like a vicious circle.

 

@barakav: So assuming sausage in Israel is pork free, what meats are used in kosher sausage?


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If I dress as a women and bed a lesbian and then she runs away screaming when she finds out she's in bed with a man. She would be called a bigot.

 

Except, no, I would be called a rapist.

 

And if she beat the crap out of you or perhaps even killed you rather than run away, a great many people would think she was within her rights to do so. All she'd have to say is 'self defense'.

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@barakav: So assuming sausage in Israel is pork free, what meats are used in kosher sausage?

 

Most of the good places aren't kosher but they are usually using a certain combination of lamb and calf/cow and local Arab spices.

 

Israel is probably one of the best places to eat meat all around the world because it is a melting pot of many cultures ,so you can find things like a kebab made out of a very famous French specie of cows called Limousin that have eaten a special kind of grass that can only be found in Israel ,you can add that to  a Lebanese humus and Turkish falafel and you get a multicultural meal that you won't get anywhere else.

 

An American cousin of mine was traveling all around the US and tried many of the great restaurants  there and after a week with me here he said he never ate anything like the food in Israel.(Of course you need to know where the good places are)

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Most of the good places aren't kosher but they are usually using a certain combination of lamb and calf/cow...

Ah, like gyro meat. Ive never tried falafel but the rest sounds delicious.


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@barakav: So assuming sausage in Israel is pork free, what meats are used in kosher sausage?

 

Most of the good places aren't kosher but they are usually using a certain combination of lamb and calf/cow and local Arab spices.

 

Israel is probably one of the best places to eat meat all around the world because it is a melting pot of many cultures ,so you can find things like a kebab made out of a very famous French specie of cows called Limousin that have eaten a special kind of grass that can be found only in Israel ,you can add that to  a Lebanese humus and Turkish falafel and you get a multicultural meal that you won't get anywhere else.

 

An American cousin of mine was traveling all around the US and tried many of the great restaurants  there and after a week with me here he said he never ate anything like the food in Israel.(Of course you need to know where the good places are)

 

 

The U.S. is one hell of a bigger melting pot of cultures than Israel is.

 

There's good food in every nation. It's always a matter of knowing where the good places are.

 

Kosher food is generally of better quality than what one will find in most of the rest of the west because it's generally held to higher quality standards than the industrial food supply companies have (the companies that supply most restaurants and grocery stores in the west). The same is true of Amish food.

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Okey, now we are talking about killing homosexuals. Thats great. You can hijax this thread to sausage if you wish.

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Are you saying that the LGBT community in your area actively discriminates against you? If that's the case then I can understand a bit of your hostility toward them, but then aren't you doing the same thing to them? That seems like a vicious circle.

 

There is no LGBT community in my area. Gay people kicked them out when they wanted to start some protests or whatever.

I'm talking in general. Just look at the OP. Bashing me for having an opinion. Well not personally, but if "white heterosexual males shouldn't speak" or "kill all men" shouldn't offend me personally then neither should my rants about LGBT in general or the limerick in PoE as those are not aimed at specific person.

 

As for the vicious circle, I'm not a big fan of turning the other cheek. In fact most people aren't.

What LGBT is building up is a mass hate that will eventually turn bloody. And innocent homosexuals etc. that are not part of and don't want to be a part of LGBT movements will get killed. That's how people are.

 

What do you mean Gay people kicked them out ?

 

The word LGBT stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender

 

How can Gay people kick themselves out of your area?


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