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zachM
I am selling one of my spoons on ebay. I bought it from Kallisti a few years ago. Les Trous #25. Very nice spoon but I am moveing to an apartment the size of a milk carton. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewI…s=tab%3DSelling

Oxygenee
If it's too small to fit in an absinthe spoon, it really is too small.
absinthist
Hard to believe:

G&C
That's like Conju selling a $100.00 bottle of booze so he can pay the rent.
Head_prosthesis
Oh how could you! You'll never have that
Kallisti kissed spoon ever again! Oh no!!!

Somebody here has to keep it in the family.
zachM
I will take some pics of the apartment and you will believe me. I just cant put it under the bed or the top of my fridge. To be honest I am not certain where the bed is going to go. It does pain me to part with it but I am soon to understand what a starving artist really is. Besides one spoon is enough for me. I do not think I will be drinking much absinthe for awhile anyway.
speedle
I looked, and I thought about it. But I need booze more than I need a third spoon, even a spoon from Kallisti.
G&C
A spoon.

Something I will never need.
Head_prosthesis
5&Dime,
Sugar or no sugar, I bet you'd snatch up
this one I almost sold to Crosby years and years ago…

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absinthist
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Head_prosthesis
Dude, you shouldn't talk with your
mouth full of fried smash meat like that.
Marc
QUOTE(Head_prosthesis @ Feb 17 2008, 03:38 AM) *

fried smash meat

If that's the new words for "shit", then I'm out of date…
Head_prosthesis
Valentine's Day I had Wiener (huhuh) Shnitzel for dinner.
Pretty good but it was a lot like Tonkatsu and higher priced.
Yesterday, I was looking at Absinthists flickr photos.
He had a lot of pictures of flattened breaded animals.
Looking much like Schnitzle and Tonkatsu. I was
telling Kallisti about it and she coined the term
"fried smash meats".

I wasn't sure I heard him correctly, so I figured he
was eating while posting or something.
Head_prosthesis
Now, Mthulli.
"Chicken Fried Steak" that's an American term for "shit".
Donnie Darko
Extremely delicious shit, actually.

Though maybe not, last time I had one was when I was about 15, but I loved it then.
absinthist
QUOTE(Head_prosthesis @ Feb 17 2008, 12:46 AM) *

Yesterday, I was looking at Absinthists flickr photos.
He had a lot of pictures of flattened breaded animals.


I am very glad you liked them, Head.
bob_chong
A good chicken fried steak is hard to find. The long departed Que Sera on St. Charles Avenue in New Orleans had a damn fine one. With fries and gravy, too.
Donnie Darko
The last one I ate I believe was in the form of a Hardee's breakfast biscuit. Tasted like a salt block, I threw it out after 2 bites. But I had one before that at some family restaurant in Ringgold, Georgia that was really good.
Absomphe
I remember eating chicken fried steak, almost exclusively, at this one great dive in Austin, during a one week visit in 1980.

I can't remember the name of the place, but it was the best I've ever tasted.
Head_prosthesis
I got an engram from the last CFS I
ate. I bit into it and got a big jangled
of network of arteries stuck in my teef.
And when I pulled the bite away from
my mouf I could see that it was still
hanging onto the filet like a deeply rooted
cyst.

I know that's the hazard of eating meat,
but it was far to visceral a lunch sandwich.
absinthist
Yesterday during the reunion party, we were having very delicious pork chop stuffed with cheese and mushrooms, very interesting connection.

I rarely eat chickens at KFC, last time I went there, the newest thing they have had was that; it was so-so. If still, beer at KFC is relatively cheap as far as Warsaw goes.
Provenance
QUOTE(Head_prosthesis @ Feb 16 2008, 09:00 AM) *
Kallisti kissed spoon

What happened in Boveresse should stay in Boveresse.
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