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Old 02-05-2013, 09:58 PM   #303181
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Your goals...they're...

OVER NINE THOUSAAAAAAAAAAAAAAND!!!

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Could you hear her covering her mouth over the phone?

"Teeheehee."
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I had some Tomato Bisque on Sunday.
Could only have been made better by a couple of soft-boiled eggs.
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Do Japanese girls always sound so cheerful and giddy? The girl who called me about the job sounded especially happy.

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Usually. Japanese people are usually trying to be excessively polite, so like of smiling, thank yous, giddy laughs by girls, respectful salutes by men, etc...
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Pics of said girls

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I also like Japanese cuisine, but could you imagine Japanese/French fusion?
I'm sure someone already has and it sounds very complicated.
Not complicated with ingredients, but with technique. I think that's why I find French cuisine more interesting than Italian, and why I like simple dishes. You can taste just how good the ingredients are (or not, if they didn't), and is a test of someone's skill.
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I also like Japanese cuisine, but could you imagine Japanese/French fusion?
I'm sure someone already has and it sounds very complicated.
Fusion usually means the chef is only kinda good at either, so just does both and goes for wow factor instead of flavor.
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That's pretty typical. lol


The non-giddy ones are much more interesting.
I like closet freaks as much as the next guy, but quiet Japanese girls are ALWAYS creepy to me:

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Could you hear her covering her mouth over the phone?

She probably did. She made the "shy chuckling" noise.
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Duh. And?

You know what else is really, really French? La Revolution, comprising peasants and their stale eggy bread.
If that's a "Duh" obvious thing then why did you say french toast is gourmet?
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Fusion usually means the chef is only kinda good at either, so just does both and goes for wow factor instead of flavor.
I like this unimpressed Miles. Tell me more. Really goes back to your elitist roots.
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Not complicated with ingredients, but with technique. I think that's why I find French cuisine more interesting than Italian, and why I like simple dishes. You can taste just how good the ingredients are (or not, if they didn't), and is a test of someone's skill.
That's exactly why I like Japanese cuisine.
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I really haven't found a fusion place I've liked yet.
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A bit of an extreme example.
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