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 Post subject: An Idiot Abroad
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I'll never whinge about the missuses attempts in the kitchen again (can't smell burning, must be salad for tea :cheers: ) after watching Karl Pilkingtons (An Idiot Abroad)'Special of the Day' whilst in Cairo :wtf: I'll NEVER go there if thats what they call Haute Cuisine LOL


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I am actually enjoying that series as he is quite amusing. How anyone could eat that shite I do not know. it mad me laugh how he was more impressed with the litter caught in a mini tornado instead of the pyramids :lol:

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I have seen a coupe of these and they are really good :thumbright:

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Yeah I like them a lot actually and find them to be hilarious. Maybe I am just a dork but he is rather amusing to me and its a nice distraction after a long day of work. Sort of a mindless escape or perhaps a guilty dorky pleasure.


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Its just his demeanor that makes me laugh out loud - he really doesn't have to say much, I just giggle all the way through it - like I do watching The Royle Family :thumbright:


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